The Pacific Northwest
Mass Spectrometry Group

PacMass 2014 Winter Meeting

Co-sponsored by the ASMS local area discussion group speaker support program

Speaker: Dr. James 'Jake' McKinlay
Assistant Professor, Department of Biology
Indiana University, Bloomington

Tracking stable isotopes through the metabolism of a biofuel-producing bacterium at work, rest, and play

February 4, 2014

Social hour: 5:30-6:30pm
Officer elections: 6:30pm, followed by the presentation

UW Medicine South Lake Union Building
Room 123A/B
815 Mercer St.
Seattle, WA 98109



The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group, PacMass, exists to provide a local forum for the free exchange of ideas and information concerning science, philosophy and technology as it relates to the discipline of mass spectrometry and related fields. PacMass members include scientists, students and corporate sponsors.

The quarterly meetings, which include presentations by invited speakers, are open to all at no charge. An informal social hour with refreshments precedes the lecture. While membership is not mandatory it is encouraged among non students.

We take pleasure in welcoming members and guests of the Proteomic Society to our PacMass meetings.


Please thank our corporate sponsors who help keep PacMass membership and dinner costs low.

If you have suggestions for a meeting topic, or know of a prominent mass spectrometrist who will be visiting the Pacific Northwest area, please contact Program Chair: sadilek@u.washington.edu

If you have comments or suggestions for this web site, please email the Web Administrator for this site: jason.winget@systemsbiology.org


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