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2020 SUMS-RAS

SUMS Research Applications Symposium
MASS SPEC: THE NEXT GENERATION

Wed-Thurs October 28-29, 2020
9 am-2 pm Pacific Time, online

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Thanks to everyone who joined us on the holodeck for a successful voyage of the 2020 virtual SUMS-RAS, "Mass Spec: The Next Generation"!

A free symposium for mass spectrometry users, researchers, and explorers!  The online Stanford University Mass Spectrometry Research Applications Symposium (SUMS-RAS) is an opportunity for scientists around the galaxy to learn, present, and discuss what's on the horizon of mass spec-related research.

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FLIGHT PLAN
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SPEAKERS
Come explore the future of mass spec with these exciting early-stage investigators!
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Dr. Balyn Zaro, University of California, San Francisco - Proteomic Analysis of Young and Old Hematopoietic Stem Cells and their Progenitors Reveal Unique Post-transcriptional Regulation in Stem Cells

Dr. Beatrix Ueberheide, New York University - All Tangled Up: High Resolution Neuroproteomics of the human pTau interactome

Dr. Raghav Sehgal, Yale University - Drug Metabolism Database: An Integrated Omics Study to Catalogue Metabolic Changes from 500 Drugs, in 50 Different Cell Lines over 5 Years

Dr. Kelsi Sandoz, Cornell University - Keeping It All Together: How Mass Spectrometry Revealed a New Tethering Mechanism in the Gram-negative Cell Envelope

Dr. Miloslav Sanda, Georgetown University - Structure and Site-specific N- and O- Glycosylation of the SARS-CoV-2 Spike Glycoprotein using Low Collision Energy Fragmentation and Cyclic Ion Mobility

Dr. Brandon Ruotolo, University of Michigan - Collision Induced Unfolding: A New Paradigm in Rapid Protein Stability Measurements

Dr. Jim Prell, University of Oregon - Getting Quantitative with Native Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry

Dr. Ulrike Kusebauch, Institute for Systems Biology - Discovering Tyrosine Phosphorylation in Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Dr. Lihua Jiang, Stanford University - A Quantitative Proteome Map of the Human Body

Dr. Chris Crutchfield, University of Cincinnati - Cutting-Edge Application Developments in Clinical Mass Spectrometry

Dr. Tanveer Singh Batth, University of Copenhagen - High-throughput Ex-vivo Organ Specific Identification of Drug Targets

 

 

SPONSOR BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Take a deeper dive with sponsored speakers and individual interests
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ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION
Diverse views on two topics:

"Responding to the global health crisis: How are research needs being shaped by COVID-19?"

"The Next Generation: What new technologies will define the field of mass spectrometry in five years?"

Roundtable participants:

Dr. Ganesh Balasubramanian, Field Sales Representative - Bruker

Dr. Eric Carlson, CEO - Protein Metrics

Dr. Stephen Kurzyniec, Business Development Specialist - Shimadzu

Dr. Daniel Lopez-Ferrer, Senior Manager, Vertial Marketing Proteomics - Thermo

Dr. Roy Martin, Senior Field Marketing Manager, Biological Mass Spectrometry - Waters

Dr. Loren Olson, Senior Scientist - Sciex

Dr. John Sausen, Director of Strategic Initiatives - Mass Spectrometry - Agilent

Dr. Stoyan Stoychev, Head of Proteomics - ReSyn Biosciences

 

 

MANY THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS!

     

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