13th Human Proteome Organization World Congress

05 October 2014 - 08 October 2014

13th Human Proteome Organization World Congress

We are delighted to announce that the 13th Human Proteome Organization World Congress will be held in Madrid, Spain from 5 to 8, October 2014. We gather annually to discuss about the most recent advances in proteomics technology and its present and future applications. On the occasion of the Madrid Congress, we speak to further promote the development to its young field to contribute to the well-being of future generations.

62nd ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics

15 June 2014 - 19 June 2014

62nd ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics

All conference sessions and short courses will be held at the Baltimore Convention Center, 1 W Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21201. Tel: 410-649-7000. The conference program is coordinated by Jenny Brodbelt (VP Programs), University of Texas - Austin. The schedule begins on Sunday, June 15 with tutorial lectures at 5:00 pm and the opening session and plenary lecture at 6:45 pm. A Welcome Reception in the poster/exhibit hall will follow. Monday through Thursday are full program days of concurrent oral sessions, poster sessions, and workshops. Poster sessions are scheduled 10:30 am to 2:30 pm to allow four hours of viewing. The program will conclude on Thursday, June 19 with a plenary lecture followed by a Closing Event at the National Aquarium (ticket required). The participation of the ASMS Corporate Members is an integral part of the conference. A Corporate Member exhibit booth or hospitality suite provides access to over 6,500 scientists attending one of the most dynamic scientific conferences in the world. Information is available on the 'exhibitors' page.

US HUPO: Frontiers in Proteomics: Advancing Biology through Technology and Computation

06 April 2014 - 09 April 2014

US HUPO: Frontiers in Proteomics: Advancing Biology through Technology and Computation

We hope you will all join us in Seattle for the 10th Annual Conference. As the Society continues to mature US HUPO sharpens its focus on the next generation of researchers with the establishment of the Robert J. Cotter New Investigator Award in 2013 and increased support for student and post-doc travel stipends. The annual meeting provides opportunities to experience presentations from top scientists, both up-and-coming and established, on cutting-edge topics.

61st ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics

09 June 2013 - 13 June 2013

61st ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics

The program begins on Sunday, June 9 with tutorial lectures at 5:00 pm and the opening session and plenary lecture at 6:45 pm. A Welcome Reception in the poster/exhibit hall will follow. Monday through Thursday will be full program days of concurrent oral sessions, poster sessions, and workshops. Poster sessions are scheduled 10:30 am to 2:30 pm to allow four hours of viewing. The program will conclude on Thursday, June 13 with a plenary lecture followed by a Closing Gala at the Convention Center (ticket required).

Top Down Presentations

Session Time Room Speaker Title
MOH-am 9:30 103 K. Breuker Characterization of Modified RNA by Top Down Mass Spectrometry
MOB-pm 2:30 L100 M. Gross Fragmenting Intact Macromolecules and Protein Assemblies: Native ESI and Top-down MS for Protein Biophysics and Analysis
MOB-pm 2:50 L100 Y. Ge Top-down Mass Spectrometry Enabled Cardiac Proteomics for Understanding Heart Failure
MOB-pm 3:10 L100 A. Marshall Unequivocal Determination of Site-Specific Protein Disulfide Bond Reduction Potentials by Top-Down FT-ICR MS/MS
MOB-pm 3:30 L100 B. Ganisl Detailed characterization of complex protein and RNA modification patterns by top-down mass spectrometry
MOB-pm 3:50 L100 L. Fornelli Antibody characterization by top-down and middle-down electron transfer dissociation using a high-field Orbitrap FTMS
MOB-pm 4:10 L100 A. Catherman Comprehensive Top Down Proteomics of Human Cells: The Role of Mitochondria and Membrane Proteins in Cellular Senescence
TOH-am 8:30 103 L. Dekker An integrated top-down and bottom-up proteomic approach to characterize antibodies
TOH-am 8:50 103 W. Jabs In-depth Mass Spectrometry Characterization of Therapeutic Antibodies for Efficient Biosimilar Development
TOB-am 9:10 L100 A. Kiss Mass Spectrometry Imaging with a LAESI hybrid iontrap FT-ICR mass spectrometer
TOH-am 9:30 103 W. Wang An Online Top-down Mass Spectrometry Based Strategy Aimed at Complete De novo Sequencing of Monoclonal Antibodies
TOH-am 9:50 103 S. Hengel Micro-Scale Native Top-Down LCMS of Cysteine-Linked Antibody-Drug Conjugates
TOH-pm 2:50 103 M. ElNaggar Applications of an in situ Microextraction Based Surface Sampling System to Microorganism Analysis
TOA-pm 4:10 Ex Hall A J. Shaw Intact Protein Characterization by 193 nm Ultraviolet Photodissociation in an Orbitrap Elite
WOE-am 8:30 Aud. E. Nikolaev The way to isotopic resolution of mega Dalton protein mass spectra for top-down proteomics
WOD-pm 3:30 Ball A J. Savaryn Quantifying Proteoforms using High-Throughput Top-Down Proteomics for Cell-Based Biomarker Discovery
WOB-pm 3:50 L100 R. LeDuc Using Prior Knowledge to Improve Scoring in High-Throughput Top-Down Proteomics Experiments
ThOA-am 9:10 Ex Hall A C.C. Hsu  Microscopy Guided Atmospheric Ionization In Situ Top-Down Protein Mass Spectrometry
ThOB-pm 3:50 L100 J. Chamot-Rooke

2013 Sanibel Conference on Top Down Mass Spectrometry

24 January 2013 - 27 January 2013

Co-Organizers: Neil L Kelleher, Northwestern University and Ljiljana Paša-Tolić, PNNL Top Down mass spectrometry is a classical approach to molecular analysis, but is reborn in the contemporary context of protein analysis. Top Down now stands at a turning point – somewhat beyond an emerging technology, but yet difficult to implement vs. more widely used Bottom Up approaches to protein and proteome interrogation. For proteomics, Top Down strives to preserve the forms of proteins present in vivo by measuring them intact, rather than measuring peptides produced from them by proteolysis, with the largest impact thus far felt in chromatin biology via Top Down and Middle Down analysis of histones. For single biopharmaceutical targets that are highly modified, Top Down continues its acceleration toward an accepted, even wide-spread practice. This meeting will bring together novice and seasoned practitioners in the field of Top Down mass spectrometry with the goal to outline recent approaches and applications and provide an outlook for its future.

19th International Mass Spectrometry Conference

15 September 2012 - 21 September 2012

19th International Mass Spectrometry Conference

The Local Organizing Committee and the Mass Spectrometry Society of Japan (MSSJ) welcome you all to attend the 19th IMSC. It is a particular honor that this landmark event - the first IMSC to be held outside Europe - will be staged in Asia. Indeed, the conference city, Kyoto, is one of the leading Asian cities. It is not only renowned as former capital and culture heart of Japan, but also for its place at the cutting edge of mass spectrometry research. The long history can be seen today in 17 UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Sites, fascinating traditions, cozy workshops, and sumptuous dining; the bright future in state of the art research institutions. The 19th IMSC will demonstrate the mass spectrometry community to be a global body.