Hanaholmen Swedish-Finnish Cultural Centre
The scientific program includes invited lectures from the international and national experts in mass spectrometry. The topics will cover theory and different applications of mass spectrometry. The sessions are divided into morning and afternoon sessions.
The participants are also encouraged to propose talks for oral sessions and there is possibility for poster presentations as well. Language of all the presentations is English.
The social program includes a cocktail reception and a conference dinner. The dinner is served in the restaurant Walhalla in the Suomenlinna fortress, where the participants are taken from the conference site by a boat. The boat trip offers beautiful views of the Finnish capital from the sea and presents parts of the inner archipelago of the Gulf of Finland.
Prof. Jonas Bergquist, Department of Chemistry, Uppsala University, Sweden
"Mass spectrometric analysis of hard to reach in-situ isolated clinical samples"
Prof. Thomas Krämer, Department of Forensic Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of Zürich, Switzerland
"Vegetarian dogs, drugged fish, poisoned birds and some dead guys - Mass spectrometric solutions in forensics"
Lab. dir. Tiia Kuuranne, Swiss Laboratory for Doping Analyses, Lausanne University Hospital, Switzerland
"Evolution of MS-based methods in anti-doping analyses – Faster, more sensitive, more reliable"
Assoc. Prof. Liam McDonnell, Laboratory of Proteomics and Metabolomics, Pisa Science Foundation, Italy
"Localized omics: Integrating mass spectrometry imaging and proteomics"
Prof. Peter O’Connor, Department of Chemistry, University of Warwick, UK
"An introduction to two dimensional mass spectrometry for proteomics applications"
August 26, 2019: 13.00-17.00
August 27, 2019: 09.00-16.30
August 28, 2019: 09.00-15.00