Waters has expanded its slate of speakers for the 6th International Symposium on MS and Related Techniques in Advanced Analytical Science on 12-14 April at the Hilton Manchester, Deansgate.
The event will feature presentations from scientists in the fields of bioanalysis, food and environmental testing, metabolic profiling/lipidomics, imaging mass spectrometry, structural biology and proteomics.
Attendees will hear experts share insights into their use of high-resolution mass spectrometry, ultra-performance liquid chromatography, ion mobility mass spectrometry and informatics.
Attendance is limited to the first 250 registrants and, for scientists registering by 18 February, the symposium fee is GBP150.
Research scientists scheduled to present at the symposium include: plenary lecture - Patrick Arpino, Societe Francaise de Chimie, Paris, France; food/environmental - Michel Nielen, Rikilt-Institute of Food Safety, Wageningen, NL; Helen Grundy, Food and Environmental Research Agency, York, UK; Timo Stark, Food Chemistry and Molecular Sensory Science TUM, Germany; Chris Elliott, Queen's University, Belfast, UK; Mark Stahl, ZMBP, Universitat Tubingen, Germany; metabolic profiling/lipidomics - Jose Castro-Perez, Merck, Rahway, NJ, US; Stefan Blech, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharma, Germany; Jonathan Barr, owl Genomics, Spain; imaging mass spectrometry/molecular histology - Ron Heeren, FOM-AMOL Amsterdam, NL; molecular/protein structure - Justin Benesch, Oxford University, UK; Alison Ashcroft, Leeds University, UK; Kasper Rand, Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics; CH Proteomics - Rob Beynon, Institute of Integrative Biology, Liverpool University, UK; Kathryn Lilley, Cambridge University, UK; Bernhard Kuster, TUM, Munich, Germany; Gert Kramer, AMC Amsterdam, NL; Sebastien Carpentier, Plant Research, NL; Michal Dadlez, IBB, Warsaw, Poland; bioanalysis - Timothy Sangster, Charles River, Edinburgh, UK; Lieve Dillen, Janssen Research and Development, Belgium; and Mohammed Abrar, York Bioanalytical, York, UK.