Conferences

Conference Program

All program activities and sessions listed below will be at the Georgia World Congress Center unless otherwise noted.
The Final Program is now available via Online Planner and Program Book (pdf)67th Cover_400px
   

Program Overview

Saturday, June 1, 2019


9:00 am - 5:00 pm

2:00 - 5:00 pm
Short Courses (Day 1 of two-day courses)

Conference Registration

Sunday, June 2, 2019


9:00 am - 5:00 pm

10:00 am - 8:00 pm

Short Courses (One-day courses and day 2 of two-day courses)

Conference Registration

  

5:00 - 6:30 pm

Tutorial Session I, Murphy Ballroom
Susan Richardson, presiding

5:00-5:45 pm, Lipidomics
Stephen Blanksby (Queensland University of Technology) and Gavin Reid (University of Melbourne)

5:45-6:30 pm, Targeted Imaging
Enrico Davoli (Mario Negri Institute)

Tutorial Session II, B302-305
Erin Baker, presiding

5:00-5:45 pm, Native Mass Spectrometry
Michal Sharon (Weizmann Institute)

5:45-6:30 pm, Data Independent Acquisition
Birgit Schilling (The Buck Institute)

6:45 - 7:45 pm

Opening Session: Plenary Lecture, Murphy Ballroom

Jacobson_optMark Z. Jacobson
Stanford University

Transitioning the World Energy for All Purposes to Stable Electricity Powered by 100% Wind, Water, and Sunlight

 

        

7:45 - 9:00 PM
Welcome Reception in the Exhibit Hall

    
Monday, June 3, 2019


8:30 - 10:30 am
Oral Sessions (in Parallel)
  • MOA am - Cannabis Testing, Murphy Ballroom 
  • MOB am - Glycopeptides and Glycoproteins, Room B401-402
  • MOC am - Membrane Protein MS, Room B405-407
  • MOD am - Imaging: Instrumentation & Method Development, Room B302-305
  • MOE am - Lipidomics: Targeted and Untargeted, Room B308-309
  • MOF am - Fundamentals: Ion Mobility and MS (In Memory of Al Yergey), Room B312-314
  • MOG am - Instrumentation: Portable and Transportable Mass Spectrometers, Auditorium
  • MOH am - Biomarkers: Qualitative Analysis, Room A411-412

10:30 am - 2:30 pm

Poster Session, Exhibits, Lunch Break

Odd-numbered
poster boards present 10:30 - 11:30 am PLUS 12:30 - 2:30 pm
Even-numbered poster boards present 10:30 am - 12:30 pm PLUS 1:30 - 2:30 pm

2:30 - 4:30 pm
Oral Sessions (in Parallel)
  • MOA pm - Informatics: Multiomics Integration and Applications, Murphy Ballroom
  • MOB pm - Homeland Security: Chemical/Biological Defense, Room B401-402
  • MOC pm - Food Safety & Chemistry: Foodomics, Allergens, Bacteria, Foods, and Supplements, Room B405-407
  • MOD pm - Therapeutic Proteins, Antibodies, and Antibody/Drug Conjugates, Room B302-305
  • MOE pm - Lipidomics: New MS Technologies and Applications, Room B308-309
  • MOF pm - Biomarkers: Quantitative Analysis, Room B312-314
  • MOG pm - Instrumentation: New Developments in Ionization and Sampling, Auditorium
  • MOH pm - Art, Archaeology, and Paleontology, Room A411-412
4:45 - 5:30 pm

Plenary Lecture:  Award for a Distinguished Contribution in Mass Spectrometry, Murphy Ballroom

5:45 - 7:00 pm

Monday Workshops

  • 01 High Spatial Resolution 2D and 3D Mass Spectrometry Analysis: Current Trends, A402/403
  • 02 Enhancing MS-Based Glycomics and Glycoproteomics Toolbox: Round-table Discussion, A404/405
  • 03 MassIVE Translation of Public Mass Spectrometry Big Data into Reusable Community Resources, A406/407
  • 04 Mass Spectrometry in the Developing World: Supporting Education and Research, A408
  • 05 Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry: Latest Trends (Ion Trap MS Interest Group), A410
  • 06 FAIMS/DIMS/DMS Technology and its Impact on Current Day MS Analyses, A307
  • 07 Food Safety and Quality Applications: Tools for Putting MS Methods into Practice (Flavor Frangrance & Foodstuff Interest Group), A309
  • 08 Automation for Proteomics Sample Preparation, A311
  • 09 MS Software: Peak Picking - Paramount Practises and Perilous Pitfalls, A312
  • 10 Solid Phase Microextraction Approaches Applied with Mass Spectrometry Techniques, A313
  • 12 LC-MS Jeopardy - I'll Take Increasing Throughput for $200 (LCMS & Related Topics Interest Group), A315
  • 13 Art and Cultural Heritage: Mass Spec Applications, A316
  • 14 Photoionization (APPI/PI) - Bridging the Gap between Academic and Industrial Research (Photoionization MS Interest Group), A303
  • 15 MS-Based Multi-Attribute Method (MAM): The Future of Biotherapeutic Development Analytics (Biotherapeutics Interest Group), A302
  • 16 MS Career Options: How to Kick Start Your Career (Young Mass Spectrometrists Interest Group), A301
  • 17 Membrane Proteins, Nanodiscs, and Beyond: MS Analysis in Academia and Industry, A305
  • 18 Energy, Petroleum, and Biofuels MS: Targeted Analysis, Fingerprinting and Speciation in Complex Mixtures (Energy Petroleum & Biofuels Interest Group), A304
8:00 - 11:00+ pm
Corporate Hospitality Suites, Omni CNN Center

     
Tuesday, June 4, 2019


8:30 - 10:30 am

Oral Sessions (in Parallel)

  • TOA am - Informatics: Innovations, Murphy Ballroom
  • TOB am - Fundamentals: Photoionization and Photodissociation, Room B401-402
  • TOC am - Native MS in Structural Biology, Room B405-407
  • TOD am - Imaging: Pharmaceuticals, Metabolites, and Lipids, Room B302-305
  • TOE am - Environmental: Emerging Contaminants (In Honor of Ron Hites), Room B308-309
  • TOF am - Protein-Ligand Interactions,B312-314
  • TOG am - MS in the QC Lab, Auditorium
  • TOH am - Nucleic Acids and Oligonucleotides, Room A411-412
10:30 am - 2:30 pm

Poster Session, Exhibits, Lunch Break

Odd-numbered poster boards present 10:30 - 11:30 am PLUS 12:30 - 2:30 pm
Even-numbered 
poster boards present 10:30 am - 12:30 pm PLUS 1:30 - 2:30 pm

2:30 - 4:30 pm
Oral Sessions (in Parallel)
  • TOA pm - Informatics: Data-Independent Acquisition, Murphy Ballroom
  • TOB pm - GC/MS, GCxGC/MS, GC-MS/MS, and GC/HRMS, Room B401-402
  • TOC pm - Top Down Protein Analysis, Room B405-407
  • TOD pm - Drug Target Identification by MS, Room B302-305
  • TOE pm - Food Safety & Chemistry: Innovations, Room B308-309
  • TOF pm - Cancer Research, Room B312-314
  • TOG pm - Instrumentation: Innovative Separations Approaches Coupled to MS, Auditorium
  • TOH pm - Energy, Petroleum, and Biofuels: Instrumentation and Applications, Room A411-412

4:45 - 5:30 pm

   

Plenary Lecture: Biemann Medal, Murphy Ballroom

   

5:45 - 7:00 pm

Tuesday Workshops 

  • 01 Top Down Proteomics: Advancing Widespread Adoption and Expanding Applications (Top-Down Proteomics Interest Group), A402/403
  • 02 Networking for Scientists: Celebrating Women Mass Spectrometrists (Year 2), A404/405
  • 03 Say No to Drugs: Forensic Applications Outside of Traditional Illicit Drug Analysis (Forensics & Homeland Security Interest Group), A406/407
  • 04 Proteoform Identification and Quantification Using Toppic Suite, A408
  • 05 Protein Biomarkers Method Development & Validation by LCMS, HRMS and Hybrid LBA/LCMS: Recent Advancements (Regulated Bioanalysis Interest Group), A410
  • 06 Improving Scientific Writing Skills, A307
  • 07 Metal Ions and Non-Threshold Ion Activation in Biomolecules (Metal Ion Coordination Chemistry Interest Group), A309
  • 08 Protein Imaging - Are We There? Are All Issues Solved? (Imaging MS Interest Group), A311
  • 09 Metabolomics: Points of Agreement and Disagreement (Metabolomics Interest Group), A312
  • 10 Enivronmental MS: Detection of Emerging Contaminants (Environmental Applications Interest Group), A313
  • 11 Visualization, Comparison and Accessibility of Large Data Sets (Analytical Lab Managers Interest Group), A314
  • 12 Advances in Polymer Mass  Spectrometry - Architecture (Polymeric Materials Interest Group), A315
  • 13 (Emotional) Intelligence Gathering (Career Development Interest Group), A316
  • 14 MS in Extractable and Leachable Analysis, A303
  • 15 HDX, Covalent Labeling & Cross-Linking: Status of Community-Initiatives and New Developments and Applications (HDX Covalent Labeling & Cross Linking Interest Group), A302
  • 16 Lipidomics: Path to Clinical Utility (Lipids & Lipodomics Interest Group), A301
  • 17 Data Independent Acquisition: Expanding the Scope of DIA Strategies for Quantitative Mass Spectrometry (Data Independent Acquisition Interest Group), A305
  • 18 Trans-Proteomic Pipeline: Recent Advances and Future Directions, A304
8:00 - 11:00+ pm
Corporate Hospitality Suites, Omni CNN Center

     
Wednesday, June 5, 2019


8:30 - 10:30 am
Oral Sessions (in Parallel)
  • WOA am - Metabolomics: New Technologies and Applications, Murphy Ballroom
  • WOB am - Carbohydrates, Room B401-402
  • WOC am - Fundamentals for Everyone:  Peptides and Proteins, Room B405-407
  • WOD am - Microdosing and Microsampling: Analytical Challenges, Room B302-305
  • WOE am - Environmental: Innovative Approaches and Instrumentation, Room B308-309
  • WOF am - Ion Mobility: New Developments & Applications, Room B312-314
  • WOG am - Fundamentals for Everyone:  Structural Elucidation, Auditorium
  • WOH am - Synthetic Polymers, Room A411-412
10:30 am - 2:30 pm

Poster Session, Exhibits, Lunch Break

2:30 - 4:30 pm
Oral Sessions (in Parallel)
  • WOA pm - Metabolomics: Untargeted Profiling, Murphy Ballroom
  • WOB pm - Hydrogen-Deuterium Exchange MS: Innovations, Room B401-402
  • WOC pm - Forensics: Innovations and Applications, Room B405-407
  • WOD pm - Endogenous Protein Biomarkers in Drug Discovery and Development: Quantitative Analysis, Room B302-305
  • WOE pm - Clinical Analysis: MS in the Operating Room, Room B308-309
  • WOF pm - Ion Mobility: Small Molecules, Pharmaceuticals, and DMPK, Room B312-314
  • WOG pm - Instrumentation: Ambient Ionization and Applications, Auditorium
  • WOH pm - Fundamentals:  DDA and DIA LC-MS, Room A411-412

4:45 - 5:30 pm

       

ASMS Meeting, Murphy Ballroom

     

5:45 - 7:00 pm

Wednesday Workshops 

  • 01 MS-Based Interactomics: Computational Resources and Tools for Studying the Physical Interactome (Bioinformatics MS Interest Group), A402/403
  • 02 IMS: When Chromatography Just Won't Do (Ion Mobility MS Interest Group), A404/405
  • 03 Clinical Applications: Standardization and Harmonization Efforts (Clinical Chemistry Interest Group), A406/407
  • 04 Exposomics Workshop (Exposomics Interest Group), A408
  • 05 MS-Based Process Analytical Technology (PAT): Testing & Control of CQAs (Pharmaceuticals Interest Group), A410
  • 06 Endogenous Biomarkers: Measurement to Predict in vivo Drug-Drug Interactions (DMPK Interest Group), A307
  • 07 The NIH and NSF Review and Funding Process, A309
  • 08 Why You Should Submit Your Best Manuscripts to JASMS, A311
  • 09 Metaproteomics for the Masses: Solutions, Opportunities and Challenges, A312
  • 10 Bridging the Gap between Computational Biology and Biology: Matchmaking Session, A313
  • 11 Ambient Ionization: Where We Stand Now and Go from Here, A314
  • 12 The Proteomics Standards Initiative and ProteomeXchange: Supporting Open Data Practises in Proteomics, A315
  • 13 Fundamentals: Structural Elucidation of Proteins (Fundamentals Interest Group), A316
  • 14 Education: Teaching MS at the Undergraduate Level (Undergraduate Research in MS Interest Group), A303
  • 15 New Ion Manipulations Prior to FT-MS (FTMS Interest Group), A302
  • 16 Cannabis and Hemp Testing Requirements: How to Leverage with Mass Spectrometry, A301
  • 17 Getting Started with R for Mass Spectrometry Data Analysis, A305
8:00 - 10:30 pm
Corporate Hospitality Suites, Omni CNN Center

     
Thursday, June 6, 2019


8:30 - 10:30 am
Oral Sessions (in Parallel)
  • ThOA am - Informatics: Metabolomics, Murphy Ballroom
  • ThOB am - Fundamentals: Ion Spectroscopy, Room B401-402
  • ThOC am - Post-translational Modifications: Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis, Room B405-407
  • ThOD am - Drug Discovery and Development : Quantitative Analysis, Room B302-305
  • ThOE am - Supramolecular and Macromolecular Complexes, Room B308-309
  • ThOF am - Clinical Analysis using MS, Room B312-314
  • ThOG am - Applications of Stable Isotope Labeling in MS, Auditorium
  • ThOH am - Exposomics, Toxicology, and Human Health, Room A411-412
10:30 am - 2:30 pm

Poster Session, Exhibits, Lunch Break

Odd-numbered poster boards present 10:30 - 11:30 am PLUS 12:30 - 2:30 pm
Even-numbered 
poster boards present 10:30 am - 12:30 pm PLUS 1:30 - 2:30 pm
2:30 - 4:30 pm
Oral Sessions (in Parallel)
  • ThOA pm - Informatics: Peptide and Protein Identification, Proteomics, Murphy Ballroom
  • ThOB pm - Microorganisms and the Microbiome, Room B401-402
  • ThOC pm - Quantitative Proteomics in Systems Biology, Room B405-407
  • ThOD pm - Covalent Labeling and Chemical Crosslinking, Room B302-305
  • ThOE pm - Plant “omics”, Room B308-309
  • ThOF pm - Ion Mobility: Structure, Room B312-314
  • ThOG pm - Instrumentation: Innovations in Mass Analyzers, Auditorium
  • ThOH pm - Fundamentals: Ion Activation and Dissociation, Room A411-412
4:45 - 5:30 pm

Closing Session: Plenary Lecture, Murphy Ballroom

lilly-dangelo_optLilly D'Angelo
Global Food & Beverage Technology Associates

Chemistry of Food and Soft Drinks

 

6:30 - 9:30 pm
Closing Event at the Georgia Aquarium. Purchase ticket via online conference registration. Cost is $40 for conference registrant..