2015 Annual Meeting

September 13–September 14, 2016

Event Flyer

8th Center for Analytical Instrumentation Development (CAID) Workshop... not just talking, but seeing and doing in small groups. 2015 MS in the Clinic and Surgery. Undergrads: September 13th @ 2pm - September 14th @ 4 pm. Profesisonal level: September 14th @ 2 pm - September 15th @ 5 pm. Location: Discovery, Learning, and Research Center, Purdue University, 207 S. Martin Jischke Drive, West Lafayette, IN 47907. No registration fee! Miniature mass spectrometer, Therapeutic drug monitoring, Microorganism identification, Point-of-care testing, Single cell analysis, Cancer diagnostics.

Demo Sessions

  1. Detection of strep throat causing bacterium and related Streptococcus species by swab touch spray mass spectrometry
  2. Rapid analysis of human brain cancer using tissue smears by desorption electrospray ionization – mass spectrometry 
  3. Point-of-care monitoring of therapeutic drugs by direct ionization and sampling methods using a miniature mass spectrometer
  4. Cerebrospinal fluid analysis by paper spray – mass spectrometry to support Parkinson's disease diagnosis
  5. Fundamentals of paper spray, inductive and relay electrospray
  6. Next generation blood sample preparation card for LC-MS-MS analysis

Schedule

Undergraduates

Sunday, September 13

2:45 PM: Introduction and Registration (Burton D. Morgan, Main Hall)

3:30 PM: Lab

4:15 PM: Lab

5:00 PM: Lab

6:00 PM Refreshments and Remarks (Burton D. Morgan, Main Hall)

Monday, September 14

8:30 AM: Breakfast & Coffee (Burton D. Morgan, Main Hall)

9:30 AM: Lab

10:15 AM: Lab

11:00 AM: Lab

11:45-1:00 PM: Lunch and Poster Session (Burton D. Mogran, Main Hall)

1:00 PM: Introduction to presentations. Coordinator: Prof. Pete Kissinger (Burton D. Morgan, room 122)

1:15 PM: Talk 1. Dr. Masterson (IUSM/IU Health) "Surgery and Analytical Measurements"

2:00 PM: Talk 2. Prof. Fred Regnier (Purdue University) "Point-of-care-diagnostics. Driver and analytical issues"

2:45 PM: Talk 3. Nelu Grinberg, PhD (Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc ) “Vibrational Circular Dichroism —Technique for the determination of absolute configuration of kinetics of racemization”

Professional Track

Monday, September 14

11:45-1:00 PM: Registration (Burton D. Morgan, Main Hall)

1:00 PM: Introduction to presentations. Coordinator: Prof. Pete Kissinger (Burton D. Morgan, room 122)

1:15 PM: Talk 1. Dr. Masterson (IUSM/IU Health) "Surgery and Analytical Measurements"

2:00 PM: Talk 2. Prof. Fred Regnier (Purdue University) "Point-of-care-diagnostics. Driver and analytical issues"

2:45 PM: Talk 3. Nelu Grinberg, PhD (Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc ) “Vibrational Circular Dichroism —Technique for the determination of absolute configuration of kinetics of racemization”

5:00-5:15 PM: Bus departs from Purdue Memorial Union

5:30-10:00 PM: Dinner & Panel discussion “The role and pitfalls of MS in surgery and diagnostics”  Location: Thomas Duncan Community Hall, 619 Ferry Street, Lafayette, IN, 47901.

Tuesday, September 15

8:30 AM: Breakfast & coffee (Burton D. Morgan, main hall)

9:30 AM: Lab

10:15 AM: Lab

11:00 AM: Lab

11:45 AM – 1:30 PM: Lunch break and Poster session (Burton D. Morgan, main hall)

1:30 PM:  Lab

2:15 PM: Lab

3:00 PM: Lab

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