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Oct 31, 2021 - Nov 04, 2021
ASMS 2021 - Shaping the future of LC-MS for health and safety research and testing

Join us at ASMS 2021  in Philadelphia, PA to hear firsthand from Scientific Changemakers who are shaping the future of LC-MS for health and safety research and testing using the latest technological advances from Thermo Fisher Scientific.

Register for technical workshops


Time to Connect and Collaborate in Person

Our scientific experts and collaboration partners are as excited as you are to attend ASMS in person this year. Hear from our leaders about how our teams have pivoted during the pandemic to continue developing cutting edge software and hardware solutions for you, our customers. You will also have the opportunity to hear about the latest technological advancements Thermo Fisher Scientific will be showcasing for multiple applications at ASMS this year in Booth 201.

Learn about what you can expect from Thermo Fisher Scientific in the areas of proteomics, structural biology, single cell analysis and metabolomics at ASMS 2021.

Eric Grumbach, a leader of our Pharma and Biopharma business, will give you a brief snapshot of what to expect by attending our biopharma and pharma focused sessions at ASMS, including our latest mass spectrometry innovations for the Multi-Attribute Method (MAM).

Hear from Tanis Correa on our Clinical Research vertical marketing team about new MS-based clinical research applications that will be presented at ASMS, designed to meet the needs of the clinical research community.


Register for our Technical Workshops at the Pennsylvania Convention Center

We are excited to offer both breakfast and dinner workshops at ASMS 2021. Don’t forget to register below! If you are unable to attend the conference in person, you will be able to watch the workshops on-demand shortly after the conference.

Seating is limited due to social distancing protocols.

Monday, November 1

See how the newest version of Thermo Scientific Proteome Discoverer software redefines proteomics data analysis by leveraging artificial intelligence for deeper mining of proteomics data. This innovative approach substantially increases the identification rate and the number of unique peptide identifications, improves protein coverage and quantitation capabilities, facilitates more efficient data acquisition schemes, and enables scientists to generate more biological insights from their existing and newly acquired data.

Speakers:
David Horn, Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Martin Frejno, Co-founder and CEO, MSAID GmbH

Tuesday, November 2

In this workshop, our expert speakers will lay out strategies that combine next generation technologies in mass spectrometry hardware and software innovations to achieve increased confidence for small-molecule unknown analysis using a Thermo Scientific Orbitrap IQ-X Tribrid mass spectrometers. Hear from expert users on the identification of botanical plant extracts, which present unique analytical challenges due to the abundance of isomers and analogues. Full characterization of botanical extracts is often required to determine authenticity and identify suspected toxicants. Learn about how the application of Real-Time Library Searching greatly increases efficiency and maximizes the likelihood that each scan provides vital, relevant information. This strategy decreases the need for additional runs and sample re-preparation, which is particularly valuable when sample and time are limited. This example highlights a broad method capable of increasing confidence using intelligent data acquisition to capture more low-abundance analytes for structure elucidation and on-the-fly identification of small molecules.

Speakers:
Brandon Bills, Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Vincent Sica, Senior Scientist, Procter & Gamble

Wednesday, November 3

The multi-attribute method (MAM) offers the potential to reduce the number of ‘traditional’ lot release assays and accelerate the rate of bringing high quality biotherapeutics to market. However, the implementation of MAM is hindered by the lack of comprehensive and fit-for-purpose solutions. Join us to learn a holistic, compliance-ready MAM platform that enables deployment of MAM across all stages of biotherapeutics development and manufacturing with seamless knowledge sharing at global scale.

Speakers:
Yi Zhang, Ph.D, Vertical Marketing Manager, Pharma & BioPharma, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Hao Yang, Ph.D, Senior Product Applications Specialist, Pharma & BioPharma, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Thursday, November 4

(All live attendees will be given a Thermo Scientific TSQ Altis Plus MS building blocks giveaway)

Excel in productivity using Thermo Scientific TSQ Plus mass spectrometers

Rapidly changing regulatory and clinical research requirements demand adaptive targeted quantitative workflow solutions to maintain productivity. The innovative hardware and software advancements incorporated into the TSQ Plus mass spectrometers are ideally suited to address throughput, sensitivity, and robustness while simplifying the operation. This workshop will demonstrate how the new features combine with the existing platform enabling users to excel in quantitative productivity in a range of market applications.

Detection of Intra-Articular Corticosteroids

The financial impact of equine lameness is a significant influencer for determining the use of clinical medication choices in horse racing. The equine regulatory environment requires strict control for the use of potent anti-inflammatory medications.  The University of Kentucky – Equine Analytical Chemistry Laboratory has selected the Thermo Scientific™ TSQ Altis Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer to detect this group of compounds at very low concentrations in biological matrices. Using this platform, we can detect the analytical drug targets, with the validated confirmatory analyses. This provides a state-of-the-art multi-functional instrument for anti-doping control.

Speakers:
Neloni Wijeratne, Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Abigail Burrows, Ph.D, Post-Doctoral Scholar, University of Kentucky-Gluck Equine Research Center

Seating is limited due to social distancing protocols.

Monday, November 1

(All live attendees will be given a Thermo Scientific Vanquish Neo UHPLC and Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 480 MS building blocks giveaway)

Innovation and new developments in proteomics continue to occur in 2021, despite challenges of the pandemic. This dinner session provides an opportunity to meet with your peers and to exchange information on proteomics applications, methods and technologies including high throughput single cell proteomics, new advances in low flow separations, and new strategies for plasma proteomics. We will showcase new innovations with short presentations, followed by discussions where you have the opportunity to meet and discuss topics with proteomics leaders from Thermo Fisher Scientific.

Speakers:
Andreas Huhmer, Sr. Director of Life Science Research OMICS Marketing, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Daniel Lopez-Ferrer, Director of Marketing for Proteomics and Translational Research, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Oleksandr Boychenko,  HPLC Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Jeff Op de Beeck, Pharmafluidics
Ryan Kelly, BYU
Chris Rose, Genentech
Lukas Reiter, Biognosys

Tuesday, November 2

Accurate and rapid performance of medical diagnostic tests is desired for enhanced clinical decision making and to improve human health. The integration of differentiated front-end solutions that include sample tracking, sample handling, online sample preparation and extraction through to LC-MS/MS detection is a great advancement for clinical research and toxicology laboratories. From single use-devices to real-time detection of trace-level detection of emerging contaminants, presenters today will discuss how various sample analysis tools are enhancing the utility of MS for the clinical laboratory.

Wednesday, November 3

With many new biotherapeutic modalities progressing from discovery to development to commercialization, more advanced, innovative and robust analytical solutions are needed to fully characterize these novel molecules. Please join this workshop and explore how Thermo Scientific Orbitrap HRAM MS platforms in combination with automated sample preparation, advanced UHPLC separation and unique software workflows can be utilized to characterize and accelerate the development of the next generation biotherapeutic modalities such as synthetic oligonucleotides, mRNA vaccines and gene therapies.

Speakers:
Luca Fornelli, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma
Keeley Murphy, Software Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Coming soon.

Register for our Technical Workshops at the Pennsylvania Convention Center

We are excited to offer both breakfast and dinner workshops at ASMS 2021. Don’t forget to register below! If you are unable to attend the conference in person, you will be able to watch the workshops on-demand shortly after the conference.

Seating is limited due to social distancing protocols.

Monday, November 1

See how the newest version of Thermo Scientific Proteome Discoverer software redefines proteomics data analysis by leveraging artificial intelligence for deeper mining of proteomics data. This innovative approach substantially increases the identification rate and the number of unique peptide identifications, improves protein coverage and quantitation capabilities, facilitates more efficient data acquisition schemes, and enables scientists to generate more biological insights from their existing and newly acquired data.

Speakers:
David Horn, Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Martin Frejno, Co-founder and CEO, MSAID GmbH

Tuesday, November 2

In this workshop, our expert speakers will lay out strategies that combine next generation technologies in mass spectrometry hardware and software innovations to achieve increased confidence for small-molecule unknown analysis using a Thermo Scientific Orbitrap IQ-X Tribrid mass spectrometers. Hear from expert users on the identification of botanical plant extracts, which present unique analytical challenges due to the abundance of isomers and analogues. Full characterization of botanical extracts is often required to determine authenticity and identify suspected toxicants. Learn about how the application of Real-Time Library Searching greatly increases efficiency and maximizes the likelihood that each scan provides vital, relevant information. This strategy decreases the need for additional runs and sample re-preparation, which is particularly valuable when sample and time are limited. This example highlights a broad method capable of increasing confidence using intelligent data acquisition to capture more low-abundance analytes for structure elucidation and on-the-fly identification of small molecules.

Speakers:
Brandon Bills, Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Vincent Sica, Senior Scientist, Procter & Gamble

Wednesday, November 3

The multi-attribute method (MAM) offers the potential to reduce the number of ‘traditional’ lot release assays and accelerate the rate of bringing high quality biotherapeutics to market. However, the implementation of MAM is hindered by the lack of comprehensive and fit-for-purpose solutions. Join us to learn a holistic, compliance-ready MAM platform that enables deployment of MAM across all stages of biotherapeutics development and manufacturing with seamless knowledge sharing at global scale.

Speakers:
Yi Zhang, Ph.D, Vertical Marketing Manager, Pharma & BioPharma, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Hao Yang, Ph.D, Senior Product Applications Specialist, Pharma & BioPharma, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Thursday, November 4

(All live attendees will be given a Thermo Scientific TSQ Altis Plus MS building blocks giveaway)

Excel in productivity using Thermo Scientific TSQ Plus mass spectrometers

Rapidly changing regulatory and clinical research requirements demand adaptive targeted quantitative workflow solutions to maintain productivity. The innovative hardware and software advancements incorporated into the TSQ Plus mass spectrometers are ideally suited to address throughput, sensitivity, and robustness while simplifying the operation. This workshop will demonstrate how the new features combine with the existing platform enabling users to excel in quantitative productivity in a range of market applications.

Detection of Intra-Articular Corticosteroids

The financial impact of equine lameness is a significant influencer for determining the use of clinical medication choices in horse racing. The equine regulatory environment requires strict control for the use of potent anti-inflammatory medications.  The University of Kentucky – Equine Analytical Chemistry Laboratory has selected the Thermo Scientific™ TSQ Altis Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer to detect this group of compounds at very low concentrations in biological matrices. Using this platform, we can detect the analytical drug targets, with the validated confirmatory analyses. This provides a state-of-the-art multi-functional instrument for anti-doping control.

Speakers:
Neloni Wijeratne, Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Abigail Burrows, Ph.D, Post-Doctoral Scholar, University of Kentucky-Gluck Equine Research Center

Seating is limited due to social distancing protocols.

Monday, November 1

(All live attendees will be given a Thermo Scientific Vanquish Neo UHPLC and Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 480 MS building blocks giveaway)

Innovation and new developments in proteomics continue to occur in 2021, despite challenges of the pandemic. This dinner session provides an opportunity to meet with your peers and to exchange information on proteomics applications, methods and technologies including high throughput single cell proteomics, new advances in low flow separations, and new strategies for plasma proteomics. We will showcase new innovations with short presentations, followed by discussions where you have the opportunity to meet and discuss topics with proteomics leaders from Thermo Fisher Scientific.

Speakers:
Andreas Huhmer, Sr. Director of Life Science Research OMICS Marketing, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Daniel Lopez-Ferrer, Director of Marketing for Proteomics and Translational Research, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Oleksandr Boychenko,  HPLC Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Jeff Op de Beeck, Pharmafluidics
Ryan Kelly, BYU
Chris Rose, Genentech
Lukas Reiter, Biognosys

Tuesday, November 2

Accurate and rapid performance of medical diagnostic tests is desired for enhanced clinical decision making and to improve human health. The integration of differentiated front-end solutions that include sample tracking, sample handling, online sample preparation and extraction through to LC-MS/MS detection is a great advancement for clinical research and toxicology laboratories. From single use-devices to real-time detection of trace-level detection of emerging contaminants, presenters today will discuss how various sample analysis tools are enhancing the utility of MS for the clinical laboratory.

Wednesday, November 3

With many new biotherapeutic modalities progressing from discovery to development to commercialization, more advanced, innovative and robust analytical solutions are needed to fully characterize these novel molecules. Please join this workshop and explore how Thermo Scientific Orbitrap HRAM MS platforms in combination with automated sample preparation, advanced UHPLC separation and unique software workflows can be utilized to characterize and accelerate the development of the next generation biotherapeutic modalities such as synthetic oligonucleotides, mRNA vaccines and gene therapies.

Speakers:
Luca Fornelli, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma
Keeley Murphy, Software Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific

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