Conferences

Two-Day Courses

Short courses are in the George R. Brown Convention Center (same location as the ASMS annual conference). Two-day courses are 9:00 am - 5:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday, May 30 and 31, 2020. Lunch and refreshment breaks are provided on both days.

Registration Fees and Deadlines for Two-day Courses: 

  • $400 for ASMS members; $700 for non-members; $150 for students.
  • There is no onsite registration for short courses.
  • April 30 is the deadline to register for a short course. Registration may remain open after this day, with a $50 fee increase, on a space available basis. The short course late registration period will be May 1-18, if available. After May 18 all short course registration will be closed.

Registration will open in early January 2020.

Two-Day Short Courses, Saturday and Sunday,May 30 and 31, 2020

 

01 Bioinformatics for Protein Identification
Instructors: Nuno Bandeira (University of California San Diego), Megan C. Burke (NIST) and David Tabb (Stellenbosch University)
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02 Clinical Diagnostics: Innovation, Validation, Implementation and Operation by Mass Spectrometry
Instructors: Matthew Crawford, Brian Rappold and Chris Shuford (LabCorp)
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03 DMPK: Experimentation and Data Interpretation
Instructors: Mark Hayward (Stemline Therapeutics), Mike S. Lee (Milestone Development Services), Naidong Weng (Janssen Research and Development), Mingshe Zhu (MassDefect Technologies).
NOTE: Registration for this course closes April 30.
Fee for this course is increased to cover cost of textbook.
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04 Glycans and Glycoproteins in Mass Spectrometry
Instructors: Jon Amster (University of Georgia), Carlito Lebrilla (University of California, Davis), Ron Orlando (University of Georgia), Joe Zaia (Boston University)
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05 High Resolution Mass Spectrometry for Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis: An Introduction
Instructors: Matthew Blatnik (Pfizer), Cong Wei (Biogen) and Graham West (Pfizer)
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06 LC/LC/MS: Understanding, Optimizing and Applying Techniques using Electrospray, APCI and APPI to Develop Successful Methods
Instructor: Robert D. Voyksner (LCMS Limited)
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07 LC-MS: Advanced Techniques and Applications
Instructor: Jack Henion (Advion, Inc.)
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08 LC-MS: Practical Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Instructors:  Susan Abbatiello (Northeastern University) and Will Thompson (Duke University)
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09 Native Mass Spectrometry
Instructors: Vicki Wysocki (The Ohio State University), Sophie Harvey (The Ohio State University), David Russell (Texas A&M University), Arthur Laganowski (Texas A&M University).
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10 Peptides and Proteins in Mass Spectrometry
Instructors: Matthew Foster (Duke University), Arthur Moseley (Duke University), Douglas Sheeley (NIH), Eric Soderblom (Duke University)
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11 Protein Structural Analysis by Mass Spectrometry: Hydrogen Exchange and Covalent Labeling
Instructors: Mark Chance (Case Western Reserve), John Engen (Northeastern University), Janna Kiselar (Case Western Reserve), Thomas W. Wales (Northeastern University) 
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12 Protein Therapeutics: Practical Characterization and Quantitation by Mass Spectrometry
Instructors: Jason Hogan and Li Tao (Bristol-Myers Squibb)
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13 Quantitative Mass Spectrometry
Instructors: Dwight E. Matthews (University of Vermont) and Robert Bethem (Consultant)
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14 Quantitative Proteomics: Case Studies
Instructors:  Meena Choi (Northeastern University), Birgit Schilling (Buck Institute), Ting Huang (Northeastern University), Olga Vitek (Northeastern University)
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15 Untargeted Metabolomics: From Basic Methods to Advanced Workflows and Isotope Labeling
Instructor: Gary Patti (Washington University-St Louis)
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