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The TEAMS Symposium 2020 'What Mass Spectrometry Can Do For You' HAS BEEN POSTPONED.

It's the increasingly familiar story I'm afraid: due to the CoViD19 coronavirus pandemic, we have postponed our event and are now hoping to hold it in September 2020.

After TEAMS 2019, TEAMS assessed a number of applications for novel mass spectrometry projects from early career researchers. 7 were selected and awarded between £250 and £500 towards their project. We will hear about the progress of these projects at the next TEAMS Symposium 2020.

Please see below for the current programme.

 

2020 sponsors LECO anatune crawfordscientific merck thermofisher bruker waters biotage sciex peakscientific cst aligent shimadzu

Time

Title

Speaker

9.00-9.30

Arrival, tea/coffee

9.30-9.35

Welcome

Natalie Homer

IGMM – metabolomics, lipidomics and proteomics

9.35-9.40

Intro to facility

Alex von Krieghsheim

 

9.40-10.00

Interaction between TMEM98 and MYRF; a novel mechanism regulating protein function

Ian Jackson

10.00-10.20

Capturing RNA-binding Proteome in Staphylococcus aureus

Liangcui Chu

EdinOmics Facility – metabolomics and proteomics

10.20-10.25

Intro to facility

Tessa Moses

 

10.25-10.45

Metabolomics for Bioprocess Improvement

Joan Cortada Garcia

10.45-11.05

Biological recovery of metals from Lithium ion batteries (LIBs)

Virginia Echavarri Bravo

11.05-11.35

Tea/Coffee

SIRCAMS, Edinburgh and St Andrews EastChem – Intact Protein, Small molecule, Imaging MS

11.35-11.40

Intro to SIRCAMS and EastChem

Logan Mackay

 

11.40-12.00

Designing artificial metalloenzymes using an expanded genetic code

Richard Brewster

12.00-12.20

An Introduction to the St Andrews Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics

Sally Shirran

Roslin Institute – Proteomics and small molecules

12.20-12.25

Intro to Facility

Dominic Kurian

 

12.25-12.45

Training associated alterations in equine respiratory immunity using multi-omics methodologies

Anna Karagianni *Pump prime winner*

12.45-13.05

SILAC based quantitative proteomics reveals the key role of protein degradation pathways in protection against cardiovascular diseases

Kanchan Phadwal *pump prime winner*

13.05-14.15

LUNCH and NETWORKING

Edinburgh CRF MS core, QMRI – Targeted Clinical Analysis and Imaging MS

 

Intro to Facility

Natalie Homer

 

14.15-14.35

Mass spectrometry analysis of AT7519 metabolism, an inducer of neutrophil apoptosis, in mice with paracetamol toxicity

Jennifer Cartwright *Pump Prime Winner*

14.35-14.55

Analysis of estrogens in pulmonary arterial hypertension by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry

Nina Denver

Wellcome Trust Centre - Proteomics

15.00-15.05

Intro to Facility

Christos Spanos

 

15.00-15.30

Proteome characterisation of rare cell subpopulations using in-cell digest and AMPL

Tony Ly

15.30-15.45

Details of Push Prime Voucher Scheme and Interactive session

15.45-15.50

Closing remarks

 

15.50-17.00

Closing Reception – wine and tea/coffee

 

 

TEAMS is The Edinburgh Association of Mass Spectrometrists.

 

TEAMS unites five mass-spec facilities and one research lab across four campuses and the colleges of MVM and Science and Engineering in University of Edinburgh. Between us we offer different areas of expertise and instrumentation, covering a wide range of separation and mass spectrometry techniques including metabolomics, lipidomics, proteomics, Imaging and Quantitative mass spectrometry. We complement each other  in terms of technology, software and expertise.

 

TEAMS aims to put you in touch with the right lab to do your mass-spectrometry

 

If you want to know which facility is best for you, send an query/abstract to:  mass-spec@ed.ac.uk

 

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