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.