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Queensland Mass Spectrometry Symposium

The Queensland Mass Spectrometry Symposium will showcase cutting edge mass spectrometry research and facilities in Queensland, focussed workshops, poster sessions with student prizes, as well as networking opportunities.

Who will participate? All Queensland researchers and end-users with an interest in mass spectrometry and its applications. 

The Program

Through rapid-fire presentations, focused workshops and a poster session, attendees will be provided with opportunities for networking around mass spectrometry technology in all aspects of biomedical and biological research and applications. All Queensland researchers and users of mass spectrometry technology will be invited to participate at the mini-symposium, with topics including:

  • Proteomics, post-translational modifications
  • Metabolomics, lipidomics
  • Clinical applications
  • Toxicology and environmental applications
 

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Poster Presentations

Posters and rapid-fire presentations will be delivered on the day. Submitted abstracts will be elligible for junior researcher awards with cash prizes are sponsored by ThermoFisher Scientific.

The following researchers will have a poster on display in the networking room next to the auditorium:

  • Alok Shah, The University of Queensland
  • Andre Ng, The University of Queensland
  • Ayenachew Bezawork-Geleta, Griffith University
  • Daniel Broszczak, Queensland University of Technology
  • Dominic Hare, University of Technology Sydney, Florey Institute of Neuroscience & Mental Health
  • Duin McDiarmid, The University of Queensland
  • Edward Kerr, The University of Queensland
  • Helen Won, The University of Queensland
  • Jane Mullaney, The University of Queensland
  • Jeffrey Molendijk, The University of Queensland
  • Kent Yuen Benjamin Yeo, The University of Queensland
  • Lin Luo, The University of Queensland
  • Lucia Zacchi, The University of Queensland
  • Michael Caragata, The University of Queensland & Queensland University of Technology
  • Michael Franklin, Princess Alexandra Hospital
  • Michelle Hill, The University of Queensland
  • Panagiotis Chrysanthopoulos, Griffith University
  • Phil Min Choi, The University of Queensland
  • Rani George, Griffith University
  • Saul Chemonges, The University of Queensland & Queensland University of Technology
  • Saurabh Pandey, The University of Queensland
  • Thomas Stoll, The University of Queensland
  • Tuo Zang, Queensland University of Technology

 

 

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Event Contact & Sponsorship Opportunities

Associate Professor Michelle Hill
ARC Future Fellow, UQ Diamantina Institute
Academic Lead
TRI Proteomics & Mass Spectrometry Core Facility
E: [email protected]

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