Register now for Mass Spectrometry Symposium

UNL faculty, postdocs and graduate students interested in protein science and mass spectrometry are invited to attend the 2013 Nebraska Symposium on Mass Spectrometry Oct. 18, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., at the Nebraska East Union, Great Plains Room. Registration is due Oct. 15.
 
This free event is hosted by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in cooperation with Waters Corp. Centers of Innovation.
 
Topics and speakers include: 
  • Mass spectrometry and its role in protein biophysics, Michael L. Gross, Washington University;
  • targeted glycoproteomics, Fred E. Regnier, Purdue University;
  • identifying and quantifying glycoprotein glycans, Ron Orlando, University of Georgia;
  • protein separation technology coupled to tandem mass spectrometry, M. Arthur Moseley, Duke University;
  • forensic ion accounting, Scott Geromanos, Waters Corp.;
  • oxidative stress-induced protein modifications, Jiri Adamec, UNL;
  • characterizing recombinant therapeutic glycoproteins, Kevin Van Cott, UNL;
  • challenges in glycoproteomics, Eric D. Dodds, UNL; and
  • histone posttranslational modification milieu in human primary macrophages, Pawel Ciborowski, University of Nebraska Medical Center. 
For more information contact Ron Cerny, research professor of chemistry, (402) 472-6020.