2024 PacMass Spring Meeting

Date: Tuesday, May 7

Time: 5.30 to ~7.30 PM (Social with light refreshments:  5.30 to 6.30 PM, Presentation: 6:30 PM)
Location:  UW Chemistry Building conference room 102, ground floor, University of Washington campus MAP IT

Parking:  We  have some campus parking permits available per needed basis. Please RSVP by email to Martin Sadilek for the campus parking permit.

Speaker:   Prof. Sharon Pitteri, Stanford University

2024 Pacmass Winter and Business Meeting

Date and Time:   Thursday, March 7, 2024, 5:30-6:30 pm, Social Hour, 6:30~6:40 pm, Annual Business Meeting, 6:40~7:40 pm Speaker Presentation.

Speaker:   Assist. Prof. Kelly M. Hines, University of Georgia

Title:  Exploring the influence of membrane fluidity on antibacterial susceptibilities using multi-dimensional lipidomic methods

Abstract: Exploring the influence of membrane fluidity on antibacterial susceptibilities using multi-dimensional lipidomic methods. Staphylococcus aureus varies its membrane fluidity in response to environmental stresses by changing the ratio of branched-chain fatty acids (BCFAs) to straight-chain fatty acids (SCFAs) in its membrane lipids. Altered membrane fluidity has been associated with an increased tolerance of membrane-targeting antibiotics, including daptomycin. The routine assessment of microbial membrane fluidity relies on the measurement of total BCFA-versus-SCFA determination by GC-MS. Although GC-MS can resolve BCFA and SCFA isomers, the requirement of free fatty acids eliminates the possibility to evaluate the preferences of lipid subclasses for BCFAs vs. SCFAs. We recently demonstrated an RPLC method that can separate lipid isomers having different combinations of BCFA and SCFAs. Using this approach, we examined the distribution of FA isomers in the lipids of a S. aureus strain with daptomycin resistance.

Location:  UW South Lake Union Campus, Building C, Room 123 AB, 815 Mercer St, Seattle. If you enter the garage before 5:30 pm we can provide vouchers.  Once inside the garage, you can use the elevators to get into the building and then exit the building after the meeting. Free street parking is available after 6 pm. The street-level building entrance doors close at 5:30 pm, but one of the PacMass officers will be by the entrance door by the front desk of the building in case you arrive after 5:30 pm.

Email Martin Sadilek if you have any further questions!

Thank you to our sponsors!


Members’ Night – November 8, 2023

PacMass Member’s Night Social and Poster Session!
Come and mingle, share your research, and enjoy food and refreshments.

***CALL FOR NEW OR PREVIOUSLY PRESENTED POSTERS***

Come share your research and present your posters – new or previously presented at other events this year. 8′ x 4′ posterboards will be available. At least one author must be a member of PacMass to present. (Membership is free; requests can be sent via email to Kim Alonge). Please submit your title, authors, and author affiliations to Kim by Monday, November 6th so they may be included in the printed program.

Date: Thursday, November, 8, 2023

Event Schedule:
5:00 – 5:30 pm – Poster Setup
5:30 – 8:00 pm – Social and Poster Session
8:00 – 8:15 pm – Breakdown poster setups

Location: Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, Room B1-072/074/076, Weintraub Bldg
1100 Fairview Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98109

Parking: We have arranged for a Hutch parking lot to be open to us between 4:45-6:00 pm (it’s a gated parking lot, but you will not need to pay and the gate should be open). Download a map of the campus, with the parking lot indicated by a red rectangle (Employee Parking). Two other Visitor Parking areas might also have available spots (marked with white on blue Ps in the pdf).


The Consortium for Top-Down Proteomics is very pleased to invite you to the 2nd International Top-Down Proteomics Symposium.

The program, hosted by Northwestern University, will take place in Chicago, Illinois, on the University’s beautiful downtown campus on October 3-5, 2023.

Find out more HERE.


PacMass 2nd Spring meeting

May 17, 2023

UW South Lake Union Campus, Building C, Room 123 AB, 815 Mercer St, Seattle**
 5:30-6:30 pm social hour, 6:30~7:30 pm speaker presentation
“Mapping the Diversity in Spatio-temporal Regulation of G Protein-Coupled Receptors.”
Prof. Ruth Huttenhain, Stanford University
Talk sponsored by ASMS Speaker Travel Award

G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) regulate diverse physiological processes in response to hormones, neurotransmitters, odorants, and light, making these receptors drug targets for many diseases. Despite their relevance, our understanding of their signaling is mostly limited to known signal transducers and second messengers. These are however insufficient to explain the diverse physiological effects mediated by GPCRs, suggesting additional specialization on the cellular level.

We leverage a proximity biotin labeling method based on the engineered peroxidase APEX combined with DIA-based proteomics for a panel of eleven GPCRs. Taking snapshots of their proximal proteome over a time course of activation, we demonstrated that GPCR-APEX-MS has the capacity to simultaneously capture interaction networks and cellular location of the activated receptors with high temporal resolution.

**We have arranged to have a security guard stationed at the gate of the garage under the building, and parking will be free.***  Once inside the garage, you can use the elevators to get into the building and then exit the building after the meeting. Free street parking is available after 6 pm. The street-level building entrance doors close at 5:30 pm, but one of the PacMass officers will be by the entrance door by the front desk of the building in case you arrive between 5:30-6:30 pm.


PacMass Spring 2023 Meeting

Date and Time:   Wednesday, April 5, 2023, 5:30-6:30 pm Social Hour, 6:30~6:40 pm Annual Business Meeting, 6:40~7:40 pm Speaker Presentation.

Speaker:   Prof. A. Daniel Jones, Michigan State University, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, https://bmb.natsci.msu.edu/faculty/a-daniel-jones/current-research.aspx

Title:   Exploring the human serum metabolome and exposome in the Isle of Wight birth cohort

Location:  UW South Lake Union Campus, Building C, Room 123 AB, 815 Mercer St, Seattle, see also the attached directions.  ***We have arranged to have a security guard stationed at the gate of the garage under the building, and parking will be free.***  Once inside the garage, you can use the elevators to get into the building and then exit the building after the meeting. Free street parking is available after 6 pm. The street-level building entrance doors close at 5:30 pm, but one of the PacMass officers will be by the entrance door by the front desk of the building in case you arrive after 5:30 pm.

Please send an email to rschoenh@fredhutch.org in case you have any questions about the PacMass meeting.  We look forward to seeing you soon!


Members Night , November 16, 2022

PacMass Members’ Night Social and Poster Session, to be held at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center.  Come and mingle, share your research, and enjoy food and refreshments. 

Date:  Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Times:

5:00-5:30 pm, poster set up
5:30 pm-8 pm, Social and Poster Session
8:00-8:15 pm, take down posters.

Location: Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, Room B1-072/074/076, Weintraub Bldg., 1100 Fairview Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98109 

Parking: We have arranged for a Hutch parking lot to be open to us between 4:45-6:00 pm (it’s a gated parking lot, but you will not need to pay and the gate should be open).  Please see the attached pdf for a map of the campus, with the parking lot indicated by a red rectangle (Employee Parking).  Two other Visitor Parking areas might also have available spots (marked with white on blue Ps in the pdf).

*** Call for new or previously presented Posters ***

Share your research and present your posters – new or previously presented at other events this year (8′ wide x 4′ high poster boards will be available).  At least one of the authors must be a member of PacMass.  (Membership is free; membership requests can be sent to me via email at rschoenh@fredhutch.org.)  Please submit your title, authors, and author affiliations to me at rschoenh@fredhutch.org by Tuesday, November 15, to facilitate the preparation of a printed program. 


PacMass Fall 2022 Meeting

Date and Time:   Wednesday, October 12, 5.30-8pm  

In-Person Location:  UW South Lake Union, Building F, room 106. Free (PacMass sponsored) parking is available in E/F garage. If you enter after 5.30, let security know that you are coming for the Mass Spectrometry Meeting in F106. 

Zoom invite details will be emailed by Monday 10/07 (to be coordinated with AV at SLU)

Agenda: 

5.30 – 6.30 Social hour with pizza and beer provided by Shimadzu 

6.30 – 7.30ish Featured presentation with Zoom remote option by 

Prof. Kim Alonge, University of Washington, School of Pharmacy

Title: “Mass spectrometry analysis of brain glycans in neurometabolic diseases.”  

Parking information entering the building after hours: 

All participants can park for free in garage under E/F buildings at SLU. Let the Security know that you are coming for Mass Spectrometry meeting in room F 106. After the event, security will raise the gate arms allowing guests to leave. 

In case you arrive to the closed door to the F-building (after 5.30pm) – there may be someone at the door, you can call a colleague already inside, call the room (room number with the zoom details TBD) or enter through the garage and elevator to the lobby. 


PacMass Spring 2022 Meeting

Greetings PacMass Members,

We hope you are doing well and you have had a good 2022 so far!  We have missed meeting with you in person, and we are excited to start a new year of PacMass meetings.  We invite you to our 2022 Spring meeting, which will take place as a type of mixed mode meeting, both in person and in a virtual fashion.  We are delighted to have Prof. Devin Schweppe from the University of Washington as our speaker.  Please see below for the in-person and Zoom meeting details.

In addition, since this is the first meeting of the year, a few minutes will be spent on an organization update and officer elections before Prof. Schweppe’s presentation.

As of now, the officer candidates for this coming year are listed below.  Also, we would like to thank Mia Chagoya for her work as Assistant Program Chair on behalf of PacMass over the last couple of years.  We very much appreciated her contribution. 

If one of you would like to join us as an Assistant Program Chair, please feel free to let us know.  We welcome additional input and ideas at any time.

Martin Sadilek, Program Chair

Dale Whittington, Assistant Program Chair

Miklos Guttman, Assistant Program Chair

Abhigya Mookherjee, Assistant Program Chair

Sanjit (Sunny) Uppal, Assistant Program Chair

Yi He, Treasurer

Regine Schoenherr, Secretary

Chad Lessard, Web Administration

PacMass Spring 2022 Meeting details:

Date and Time:   Tuesday, April 12, 11:55-1ish pm.  Lunch time meeting (however, as a COVID pre-caution we will not serve any food or refreshments).

In-Person Location:  Chemistry Building conference room 102, University of Washington (see attached map)

Zoom invite details can be found below.

Speaker:  Prof. Devin Schweppe, University of Washington, Genome Sciences, https://www.schweppelab.org/home

Title:   Multiplexed Mapping of Complex Proteomes


In addition, The MDPI journal, Molecules, is issuing a Special Issue on the topic Mass Spectrometry to Illuminate Glycosylation. Guest Editor Abhigya Mookherjee (abhigm@uw.edu) would like to spread the word that they are accepting manuscripts for this. Anyone who would be interested in publishing their work as part of this Special Issue can contact Abby to discuss one-on-one.

More details can be found here:

https://www.mdpi.com/journal/molecules/special_issues/MS_Glycosylation


Roadway Runoff As A Source of Toxic Trace Contaminants To Surface Waters

Prof. Edward Kolodziej

Associate Professor
University of Washington
Sciences and Mathematics-Tacoma
Civil and Environmental Engineering-Seattle
Center for Urban Waters (Tacoma, WA)
https://www.ce.washington.edu/facultyfinder/edward-kolodziej

Thursday April 15, 2021, 12:00 – 1:30 pm

Via Zoom!
Zoom invitations will be sent out to PacMass members!
Details for joining are here: http://www.pacmass.org/membership/


PacMass Members’ Night Social and Poster Session

There are still slots for poster submissions available!

Wednesday, November 13, 2019 at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

5:00-5:30 pm, poster set up
5:30 pm-8 pm, Social and Poster Session
8:00-8:15 pm, take down posters.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Room B1-072/074/076, Weintraub Bldg., 1100 Fairview Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98109

Fred Hutchinson Campus MapShare your research and present your posters – new or previously presented at other events this year (8′ wide x 4′ high poster boards will be available). At least one of the authors must be a member of PacMass. (Membership is free; membership requests can be sent to me via email at rschoenh@fredhutch.org.) Please submit your title, authors, and author affiliations to me at rschoenh@fredhutch.org by Tuesday, November 12, to facilitate the preparation of a printed program.


Congratulations to our Logo Contest Winners!

1st Place Prize – Julia Robbins (F)
2nd Place Prize – Meagan Gadzuk-Shea (A)
3rd Place Prize – Nathan Laha (B)


Improving Data Quality and Coverage in Metabolomics with Applications to Colon Cancer

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group Spring Meeting

Dr. Daniel Raftery

Professor, Dept. of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine
Adjunct Professor, Dept. of Chemistry
University of Washington

Member, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Director, NORC Metabolomics Sub-Core Facility

Wednesday, June 13th, 2018

UW South Lake Union Campus,
Building C, Room 123 AB,
815 Mercer St, Seattle

Social Hour 5:30-6:30 pm
Speaker Presentation 6:30-7:30 pm

Newborn Screening, Diagnosis, and Prognosis for Inherited Genetic Diseases by Mass Spectrometry: From Research Laboratory to Worldwide Deployment

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group Winter Meeting

Dr. Michael Gelb

Professor and Boris and Barbara L. Weinstein Endowed Chair in Chemistry
Adjunct Professor of Biochemistry,
Dept. of Chemistry
University of Washington

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

UW South Lake Union Campus
Building C, Room C123 A/B
815 Mercer St, Seattle

5:30 – 6:25 pm: Social Hour
6:25 – 6:40 pm: Annual Business
6:40 pm: Presentation

PacMass Members’ Night

Social and Poster Session

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Room B1-072/074/076
Weintraub Bldg.
1100 Fairview Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98109

5:00-5:30 pm, poster set up
5:30 pm-8 pm, Social and Poster Session
8:00-8:15 pm, take down posters.

Insect transmission of plant pathogens: lessons from proteomics

Dr. Michelle ‘Cilia’ Heck

Boyce Thompson Institute, USDA ARS, and Cornell University

Wednesday, September 27th

UW South Lake Union Campus
Building C, Room C123 A/B
815 Mercer St, Seattle

5:30 – 6:30 pm: Social Hour
6:30 pm: Presentation

On the building of the Skyline targeted mass spectrometry software

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group Spring Meeting

Brendan MacLean

Department of Genome Sciences
University of Washington

Wednesday, May 17, 2016

UW South Lake Union Campus
Building C, Room C123 A/B
815 Mercer St, Seattle

5:30 – 6:30 pm: Social Hour
6:30 pm: Presentation

Mass spectrometry for the discovery of volatile biomarkers of lung infections: A chromatographer’s perspective.

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group Winter Meeting

Prof. Heather D. Bean

Arizona State University

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

UW South Lake Union Campus
Building C, Room C123 A/B
815 Mercer St, Seattle

5:30 – 6:30 pm: Social Hour
6:30 pm: Presentation

Lipidomics by Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group Fall Meeting

Dr. Yi He
University of Washington

Wednesday, October 6, 2016

UW South Lake Union Campus
Building C, Room C123 A/B
815 Mercer St, Seattle

5:30 – 6:30 pm: Social Hour

6:30 pm: Presentation

Chemical Production by Fermentation: Higher Throughput Mass Spec for Designer Cell Factory Screening

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group Spring Meeting

Dr. Libin Xu

Department of Medicinal Chemistry
University of Washington

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

UW South Lake Union Campus
Building C, Room C123 A/B
815 Mercer St, Seattle

5:30 – 6:30 pm: Social Hour

6:30 pm: Presentation

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group Winter Meeting

Dr. Daniela Grabs

Arzeda Corporation
Wednesday, February 24, 2016

UW South Lake Union Campus
Building C, Room C123 A/B
815 Mercer St, Seattle

5:30 – 6:30 pm: Social Hour
6:30: Officer elections followed by presentation

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group

Annual Member’s Night Social and Poster Session

Share your research and present your posters – new or previously presented at other events this year (8′ wide x 4′ high poster boards will be available).
At least one of the authors must be a member of PacMass.
(Membership is free; membership requests can be sent to me via email at rschoenh@fredhutch.org.)

Please submit your title, authors, and author affiliations to me
at rschoenh@fredhutch.org by Monday, November 2th, to facilitate the preparation of a printed program.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

5:00 – 5:30 pm: poster setup
5:30 – 8:00 pm: social and poster session
8:00 – 8:15 pm: poster take down

Fred Hutch
Weintraub Building, Room B1-072/074/076
1100 Fairview Ave N., Seattle

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – 2015 Winter Meeting

“Mass Spectrometry in Polymer and Materials Science”

Chrys Wesdemiotis

Distinguished Professor, Dept. of Chemistry, University of Akron, OH

April 20, 2015

UW South Lake Union

Room C123 A/B

Social: 5:30-6:30pm

Talk: 6:30-8:00

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – 2015 Winter Meeting

“Developing new capabilities for complex ion manipulations based upon Structures for Lossless Ion Manipulations”

Richard “Dick” Smith

Batelle Fellow, Chief Scientist in the Biological Sciences Division, and Director of Proteome Research, PNNL, Richland WA

February 05, 2015

UW South Lake Union

Room E130 A/B

Social: 5:30-6:30pm

Talk: 6:30-8:00

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Autumn Meeting

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group invites you to our Annual Member’s Night and Social

November 19, 2014

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Room B1-072, Weintraub Bldg.

Poster setup: 5:00-5:30pm

Social and poster session: 5:30-8:00pm

Take down posters: 8:00-8:15pm

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Autumn Meeting

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group invites you to our Autumn Meeting

Brandon Ruotolo

Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry

University of Michigan

Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry: From Structural Proteomics to Protein Folding Diseases

October 14, 2014

UW South Lake Union

C123AB

Social Hour: 5:30-6:30pm

Presentation: 6:30pm

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Summer Meeting

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group invites you to our Summer Meeting

Pieter Dorrenstein

If microbes share chemical information, we should do the same?

The creation of Google maps and GPS-type infrastructure for the molecular analysis of microbes and people

August 26, 2014

UW South Lake Union

E130AB

Social Hour: 5:30-6:30pm

Presentation: 6:30pm

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Spring Meeting

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group invites you to our Spring Meeting

Panel Discussion

Brittany Holmes, Washington State Dept. of Agriculture

Greg Mercer, FDA office of regulatory affairs

Jim Hungerford, FDA office of regulatory affairs

Subject: What’s really in your shopping cart? Mass Spectrometry and food safety

May 28, 2014

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Weintraub Building, Pelton Auditorium

Social Hour: 5:30-6:30pm

Presentation: 6:30pm

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Winter Meeting

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group invites you to our Winter Meeting

Dr. James “Jake” McKinlay

Assistant Professor

Department of Biology

Indiana University, Bloomington

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

February 4, 2014

UW SLU Campus

815 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109

Social Hour: 5:30-6:30pm

Presentation: 6:30pm

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Member’s Night 2013

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group invites you to our Member’s Night Social and Poster Session

Location: Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Room B1-072/074/076
Weintraub Bldg, 1100 Fairview Ave. N
Seattle, WA 98109

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Fall Meeting

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group invites you to our Fall Meeting

Joint event with the Northwest Metabolomics Research Center (NWMRC)

The 2013 NWMRC Metabolomics Symposium

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Spring Meeting

 

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group invites you to our Fall Meeting

Dave Goodlett

Professor

Department of Medicinal Chemistry, University of Washington

“Nine Years of Biomedical MS at the UW

October 4th, 2012

UW SLU Campus

815 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109

Social Hour: 5:30-6:30pm

Presentation: 6:30pm

Video: http://tcs.slu.washington.edu/tcs/#page:recordingList&pageNumber:1&id:D03C0DCA-9B2E-4B34-B884-FAC6AB895152

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Winter Meeting

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group invites you to our Winter Meeting

Annual Poster Session

Members’ Night Social!

November 8th, 2011

Room M1-A305/A307, Arnold Bldg.

Fred Hutchinson Research Center

1100 Fairview Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98109

Poster set-up: 5-5:30pm

Poster take-down: 7:45-8pm

Poster Session: 5:30-8pm

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Fall Meeting

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group invites you to our Fall Meeting

Bingyun Sun

Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Simon Fraser University

“Functional Proteomics-methodology development, application in biomarker discovery, and a connection between the past and future”

Monday, September 26, 2011

Dendreon

3005 First Avenue

Seattle, WA 98121

Poster Session: 5:30-8pm

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Spring Meeting

We are very pleased to announce this spring’s PacMass meeting

Professor Tim Griffin

Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics

University of Minnesota

“Mouth proteomics: new discoveries in oral biology and cancer via mass spectrometry.”

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Thomas Building, Room D1-080/084

1100 Fairview Ave N

Seattle WA 98109

Social hour: 5:30-6:30 pm

Presentation: 6:30 pm

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Spring Meeting

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group invites you to our Spring Meeting

Dr. Ruedi Aebersold

Institute of Molecular Systems Biology

ETH in Zurich

Mapping and Measuring Proteomes

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Unniversity of Washington

South Lake Union Building

Orin Smith Auditorium

815 Mercer St., Seattle, WA

Social Hour 5:30-6:30

Presentation 6:30

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Winter Meeting

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group invites you to our Winter Meeting

Dr. Alan Marshall

Robert O. Lawton Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Florida State University

Director of the Ion Cyclotron Resonance (ICR) Program

National High Magnetic Field Laboratory

“Reading Chemical ‘Fine Print’: The Key to Exploiting Nature’s Compositional Complexity”

Monday February, 8, 2010

Genome Sciences Building

Foege Auditorium

Social Hour 5:30 pm

Lecture 6:30 pm

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Winter Meeting

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group invites you to our Winter Meeting

Members’ Night Social and Poster Session

Thursday November 19, 2009

South Lake Union

Building C, Room 123 A/B

5pm to 8pm

Food and beverages sponsored by Bruker

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Summer Meeting

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group invites you to our Summer Meeting

Dr. Tomas Vaisar

Research Assistant Professor

University of Washington, Department of Medicine

Division of Metabolism, Endocrinology, and Nutrition

“Can a good cop go bad? Clues from HDL proteomics”

Thursday July 23, 2009

Unniversity of Washington

South Lake Union, Room C123A

Reception 5pm

Lecture 6pm

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Winter Meeting

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group invites you to our Winter Meeting

Dr. Jennifer Brodbelt

University of Texas at Austin

“Probing DNA/Drug Interactions by Tandem Mass Spectrometry”

Monday, February 23, 2009

University of Washington, Foege Auditorium

(in the south end of the WH Foege Genome Sciences Bldg.)

Social hour 5:30-6:30 with drinks and hors d’ oeuvres

Officer elections will be held at 6:30pm, followed by presentation

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Summer Meeting

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group invites you to our Summer Meeting

Amanda Paulovich, M.D., Ph.D.

Assistant Member, Clinical Research Division; Director

Early Detection Initiative, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

“A Multi-step Biomarker Discovery Pipeline Demonstrated in a Mouse Model of Breast Cancer.”

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Weintraub Building, Pelton Auditorium (B1-065)

Social hour from 5:30-6:30

The presentation will follow at 6:30 pm

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Summer Meeting

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group invites you to our Summer Meeting

Prof. A. Daniel Jones

Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Department of Chemistry, Michigan State University

“High-throughput LC/MS approaches to large-scale analyses of metabolic phenotypes”

Thursday, May 22, 2008

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Arnold Building, Room M1-A305/307

6-7 pm social hour, drinks and hors d’oeuvres

7-8 pm presentation

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group – Winter Meeting

The Pacific Northwest Mass Spectrometry Group invites you to our Winter Meeting

Peter O’Connor, Ph.D.

Assistant Director

BUSM Mass Spectrometry Resource

“New Instrumentation and applications of FTICR mass spectrometers and Electron Capture Dissociation”

March 10, 2008

University of Washington

Seattle, WA

5:30-6:30 social

6:30-7:30 elections and presentation