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Jun 02, 2024 - Jun 06, 2024
Anaheim Convention Center | Anaheim Marriott | Hilton Anaheim | Anaheim, CA 92802
ASMS 2024 - Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics

This June, we invite you to join us in person for a week full of cutting-edge scientific breakthroughs, unparalleled networking opportunities, and unforgettable experiences. We cannot wait to show you the newest solutions for bridging the gap between discovery and clinical research.

As always, our annual users’ meetings, daily breakfast workshops, and customer appreciation event will be complemented by an incredible nightly hospitality suite in the Anaheim Marriott where you can unwind and network with our experts. You will hear firsthand from scientific changemakers who are helping to shape the future of human health—from compounds to clinics—using the latest advanced instruments and technology from Thermo Fisher Scientific.

Our experts and collaborative partners will be onsite all week in booth #206.

Stay up to date on our entire lineup of technical posters, presentations, workshops, user meetings, and other customer-focused events happening throughout the week by registering today. Spaces at our events during ASMS are limited, so registering in advance will secure your spot!

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Annual users meetings


Annual Users meetings

7 - 8 a.m. PDTBreakfast & registration
8 - 9:40 a.m. PDTThe future of translational omics panel

Hilton Anaheim - California Ballroom

Hear from leaders in the field about how discovering & validating insights at unprecedented scale has never been easier than before, with new technology revealing biological insights into disease mechanisms and clinical research outcomes. Learn about the latest advances in mass spectrometry for proteomics, metabolomics, and translational research.

Speakers:
Iain Mylchreest, Ph.D., Vice President, Research and Development AIG, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Michael MacCoss, Ph.D., Professor of Genome Sciences, University of Washington
Jennifer Van Eyk, Ph.D., Director of Advanced Clinical Biosystems Institute, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Jeffrey Whiteaker, Ph.D., Director of Proteomics, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Bruce Wilcox, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer at PrognomiQ
Crystal Pace, Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist, Metabolon
Gary Patti, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry, Washington University in St. Louis
Matthias Mann, Ph.D., Professor of Proteomics and Signal Transduction, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry

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Proteomics breakout: Peptides, Proteins, PTMs, and Proteoforms

9:40 a.m. - 12 p.m. PDT | Hilton Anaheim - California Ballroom C & D

Hear from experts on diverse proteomic applications ranging from single cell proteomics, PTMs, immunopeptidomics using new approaches for label free quantitation and multiplexing approaches.

Speakers:
Steven Gygi, Ph.D., Professor of Cell Biology, Harvard Medical School
Karl Mechtler, Ph.D., Head Proteomics Tech Hub, Research Institute of Molecular Pathology
Lisa Jones, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California, San Diego
Pierre Thibault, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry,  Université de Montréal
Brian Searle, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Ohio State University

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Metabolomics breakout: Metabolites, Lipids, and MultiOmics methods

9:40 a.m. - 12 p.m. PDT | Hilton Anaheim - Pacific Ballroom A & B

From metabolomics to lipidomics hear about the most recent advances for comprehensive small molecule characterization and quantitation using SQUAD, untargeted discovery, targeted validation and imaging methods.

Speakers:
Crystal Pace, Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist, Metabolon
Philip Lorenzi, Ph.D., Director of Metabolomics & Proteomics Cores, MD Anderson Cancer Center
Uri Keshet, Ph.D., Technical Director, Metabolomics Core, University of California, Davis
Bernhard Spengler, Ph.D., Professor of Analytical Chemistry, Justus Liebig University Giessen
Facundo Fernandez, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Georgia Institute of Technology

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BioPharma/Structural Biology breakout: Empowering discovery and development for large and small molecules

9:40 a.m. - 12 p.m. PDT | Hilton Anaheim - California Ballroom A

Hear from end users about applying the state-of-the-art LCMS technologies to accelerate pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical discovery and development, covering diverse applications of chemoproteomics, comprehensive antibody-drug conjugate characterization, disulfide bond mapping, and cell culture media analysis.

Speakers:
Aman Makaju, Ph.D., Scientist at Amgen
Luca Fornelli, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology, University of Oklahoma
Ben Niu, Ph.D., Principal Scientist at Bristol Myers Squibb
Richard Scheltema, Ph.D., Professor of Structural Proteomics, University of Liverpool
Elsa Gorre, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, Johnson & Johnson

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Clinical & EFS breakout: Innovations in clinical and translational research

9:40 a.m. - 12 p.m. PDT | Hilton Anaheim - California Ballroom B

Hear from experts on the latest innovations for diagnostic research studying diseases from Alzheimer’s, Oncology, and Diabetes by measuring protein, lipid, metabolite biomarkers and PFAS using standardized LC-MS workflows for clinical research and environmental safety.

Speakers:
Joel Braunstein, M.D., Chief Executive Officer, C2N Diagnostics
Steve Sweet, Ph.D., Director, Diagnostic Proteomics at AstraZeneca
Jun Qu, Ph.D., Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University at Buffalo
Sangtae Kim, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer at Bertis Bioscience
Lee Ferguson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Health at Duke University

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Customer hospitality event

12 - 2 p.m. PDT | Golden Road Brewing | 2210 E Orangewood Ave, Anaheim, CA 92806

Be sure to join us after our Annual Users Meetings on Sunday at Golden Road Brewery for an afternoon where you can unwind and network with peers and company leaders and have a bit of fun with other attendees over savory sips and bites. We even have some fun surprises in store for this exciting afternoon. Buses will be running continuously from 12pm-2:00pm from Hilton Anaheim to Golden Road brewery.

*Attendees must present their name badge from our Sunday Users' meeting to attend this event

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Breakfast workshops


Large molecules

Proteomics: Unrivaled sensitivity for single-cell protein quantitation
7 - 8 a.m. PDT | Anaheim Marriott | Platinum Ballroom 6

Learn about new technologies that enable high throughput single-cell proteomics and targeted pathway biology.

Speakers:
Zilu Ye, Ph.D., Group leader at Suzhou Institute of Systems Medicine
Siqi Huang, Ph.D. candidate Brigham Young University
Deanna Plubell M.S., Ph.D. candidate University of Washington

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Small molecules

Metabolomics: High sensitivity instrumentation for single cell metabolite analysis
7 - 8 a.m. PDT | Anaheim Marriott | Platinum Ballroom 9

Learn about new approaches for single-cell metabolomics, SQUAD, and connected software solutions.

Speakers:
Laura Hetzel, Ph.D. candidate at Leiden University
Whitney Stutts, Ph.D., Research Assistant Professor of Molecular and Structural Biochemistry, North Carolina State University

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Small molecules

Metabolomics: From system-level metabolomics to advances in targeted small molecule analysis
7 - 8 a.m. PDT | Anaheim Marriott | Platinum Ballroom 6

Learn about new technologies that enable single cell lipidomics, untargeted metabolomics, SQUAD, and targeted analysis of triglycerides.

Speakers:
Oliver Fiehn, Ph.D., Director West Coast Metabolomics Center, University of California, Davis
Johanna von Gerichten, Ph.D., Researcher Fellow, University of Surrey
Hector Gallart-Ayala, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, Metabolomics Mass Spectrometry, University of Lausanne

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Large molecules

BioPharma & Structural Biology: Molecular insights through mass spectrometry-enabled macromolecule analysis
7 - 8 a.m. PDT | Anaheim Marriott | Platinum Ballroom 9

Hear about new tools for structural biological characterization of macromolecules from native protein complexes to AAV capsids.

Speakers:
Rafa Melani, Senior Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Philip Compton, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer, Integrated Protein Technologies

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Large molecules

BioPharma & Pharma: New innovations that span the molecular spectrum
7 - 8 a.m. PDT | Anaheim Marriott | Platinum Ballroom 6

Hear about new tools to accelerate pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical discovery and development benefiting diverse applications from immunopeptidomics, native protein complex characterization to top-down sgRNA sequencing.

Speakers:
Susan Klaeger, Ph.D., Principal Scientist, Proteomics, Genentech
Helen Cooper, Ph.D., Professor of Mass Spectrometry, University of Birmingham
Christopher Crittenden, Ph.D., Principal Scientist, Genentech

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Large molecules

Proteomics: New hardware and software solutions for expanded peptidomic applications
7 - 8 a.m. PDT | Anaheim Marriott | Platinum Ballroom 9

Listen to expert speaker highlight improved workflow solutions that benefit immunopeptidomics and label free quantitation strategies using the latest software solutions.

Speakers:
Darshit Shah, M.S., Research Associate IV, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals
Matthias Mann, Ph.D., Professor of Proteomics and Signal Transduction, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry

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Large molecules

Clinical & Translational research: Accelerating translational workflows and clinical applications
7 - 8 a.m. PDT | Anaheim Convention Center | Room 202AB

Hear from subject matter experts on the improved workflows to study infectious disease, microbial host interactions using multiomics methods.

Speakers:
Ian Lewis, Ph.D., Director, Alberta Centre for Advanced Diagnostics
Jennifer Geddes-McAlister, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Guelph
Ethan Stancliffe, Ph.D., Director of Metabolomics, Panome Bio

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Small molecules

Environmental & Food safety: Safeguarding the environment - comprehensive analytical testing solutions for emerging environmental safety challenges
7 - 8 a.m. PDT | Anaheim Convention Center | Room 204A

Learn about streamlined and validated workflows for the analysis of PFAS and other environmental contaminants.

Speakers:
Toby Astill, Ph.D., Director, Vertical Marketing, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Joseph Monaghan, Ph.D., Vancouver Island University

Register

Posters


Coming soon.

Annual users meetings


Annual Users meetings

7 - 8 a.m. PDTBreakfast & registration
8 - 9:40 a.m. PDTThe future of translational omics panel

Hilton Anaheim - California Ballroom

Hear from leaders in the field about how discovering & validating insights at unprecedented scale has never been easier than before, with new technology revealing biological insights into disease mechanisms and clinical research outcomes. Learn about the latest advances in mass spectrometry for proteomics, metabolomics, and translational research.

Speakers:
Iain Mylchreest, Ph.D., Vice President, Research and Development AIG, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Michael MacCoss, Ph.D., Professor of Genome Sciences, University of Washington
Jennifer Van Eyk, Ph.D., Director of Advanced Clinical Biosystems Institute, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Jeffrey Whiteaker, Ph.D., Director of Proteomics, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Bruce Wilcox, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer at PrognomiQ
Crystal Pace, Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist, Metabolon
Gary Patti, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry, Washington University in St. Louis
Matthias Mann, Ph.D., Professor of Proteomics and Signal Transduction, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry

Register


Proteomics breakout: Peptides, Proteins, PTMs, and Proteoforms

9:40 a.m. - 12 p.m. PDT | Hilton Anaheim - California Ballroom C & D

Hear from experts on diverse proteomic applications ranging from single cell proteomics, PTMs, immunopeptidomics using new approaches for label free quantitation and multiplexing approaches.

Speakers:
Steven Gygi, Ph.D., Professor of Cell Biology, Harvard Medical School
Karl Mechtler, Ph.D., Head Proteomics Tech Hub, Research Institute of Molecular Pathology
Lisa Jones, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California, San Diego
Pierre Thibault, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry,  Université de Montréal
Brian Searle, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Ohio State University

Register


Metabolomics breakout: Metabolites, Lipids, and MultiOmics methods

9:40 a.m. - 12 p.m. PDT | Hilton Anaheim - Pacific Ballroom A & B

From metabolomics to lipidomics hear about the most recent advances for comprehensive small molecule characterization and quantitation using SQUAD, untargeted discovery, targeted validation and imaging methods.

Speakers:
Crystal Pace, Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist, Metabolon
Philip Lorenzi, Ph.D., Director of Metabolomics & Proteomics Cores, MD Anderson Cancer Center
Uri Keshet, Ph.D., Technical Director, Metabolomics Core, University of California, Davis
Bernhard Spengler, Ph.D., Professor of Analytical Chemistry, Justus Liebig University Giessen
Facundo Fernandez, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Georgia Institute of Technology

Register


BioPharma/Structural Biology breakout: Empowering discovery and development for large and small molecules

9:40 a.m. - 12 p.m. PDT | Hilton Anaheim - California Ballroom A

Hear from end users about applying the state-of-the-art LCMS technologies to accelerate pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical discovery and development, covering diverse applications of chemoproteomics, comprehensive antibody-drug conjugate characterization, disulfide bond mapping, and cell culture media analysis.

Speakers:
Aman Makaju, Ph.D., Scientist at Amgen
Luca Fornelli, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology, University of Oklahoma
Ben Niu, Ph.D., Principal Scientist at Bristol Myers Squibb
Richard Scheltema, Ph.D., Professor of Structural Proteomics, University of Liverpool
Elsa Gorre, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, Johnson & Johnson

Register


Clinical & EFS breakout: Innovations in clinical and translational research

9:40 a.m. - 12 p.m. PDT | Hilton Anaheim - California Ballroom B

Hear from experts on the latest innovations for diagnostic research studying diseases from Alzheimer’s, Oncology, and Diabetes by measuring protein, lipid, metabolite biomarkers and PFAS using standardized LC-MS workflows for clinical research and environmental safety.

Speakers:
Joel Braunstein, M.D., Chief Executive Officer, C2N Diagnostics
Steve Sweet, Ph.D., Director, Diagnostic Proteomics at AstraZeneca
Jun Qu, Ph.D., Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University at Buffalo
Sangtae Kim, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer at Bertis Bioscience
Lee Ferguson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Health at Duke University

Register


Customer hospitality event

12 - 2 p.m. PDT | Golden Road Brewing | 2210 E Orangewood Ave, Anaheim, CA 92806

Be sure to join us after our Annual Users Meetings on Sunday at Golden Road Brewery for an afternoon where you can unwind and network with peers and company leaders and have a bit of fun with other attendees over savory sips and bites. We even have some fun surprises in store for this exciting afternoon. Buses will be running continuously from 12pm-2:00pm from Hilton Anaheim to Golden Road brewery.

*Attendees must present their name badge from our Sunday Users' meeting to attend this event

Register

Breakfast workshops


Large molecules

Proteomics: Unrivaled sensitivity for single-cell protein quantitation
7 - 8 a.m. PDT | Anaheim Marriott | Platinum Ballroom 6

Learn about new technologies that enable high throughput single-cell proteomics and targeted pathway biology.

Speakers:
Zilu Ye, Ph.D., Group leader at Suzhou Institute of Systems Medicine
Siqi Huang, Ph.D. candidate Brigham Young University
Deanna Plubell M.S., Ph.D. candidate University of Washington

Register


Small molecules

Metabolomics: High sensitivity instrumentation for single cell metabolite analysis
7 - 8 a.m. PDT | Anaheim Marriott | Platinum Ballroom 9

Learn about new approaches for single-cell metabolomics, SQUAD, and connected software solutions.

Speakers:
Laura Hetzel, Ph.D. candidate at Leiden University
Whitney Stutts, Ph.D., Research Assistant Professor of Molecular and Structural Biochemistry, North Carolina State University

Register

Small molecules

Metabolomics: From system-level metabolomics to advances in targeted small molecule analysis
7 - 8 a.m. PDT | Anaheim Marriott | Platinum Ballroom 6

Learn about new technologies that enable single cell lipidomics, untargeted metabolomics, SQUAD, and targeted analysis of triglycerides.

Speakers:
Oliver Fiehn, Ph.D., Director West Coast Metabolomics Center, University of California, Davis
Johanna von Gerichten, Ph.D., Researcher Fellow, University of Surrey
Hector Gallart-Ayala, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, Metabolomics Mass Spectrometry, University of Lausanne

Register


Large molecules

BioPharma & Structural Biology: Molecular insights through mass spectrometry-enabled macromolecule analysis
7 - 8 a.m. PDT | Anaheim Marriott | Platinum Ballroom 9

Hear about new tools for structural biological characterization of macromolecules from native protein complexes to AAV capsids.

Speakers:
Rafa Melani, Senior Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Philip Compton, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer, Integrated Protein Technologies

Register

Large molecules

BioPharma & Pharma: New innovations that span the molecular spectrum
7 - 8 a.m. PDT | Anaheim Marriott | Platinum Ballroom 6

Hear about new tools to accelerate pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical discovery and development benefiting diverse applications from immunopeptidomics, native protein complex characterization to top-down sgRNA sequencing.

Speakers:
Susan Klaeger, Ph.D., Principal Scientist, Proteomics, Genentech
Helen Cooper, Ph.D., Professor of Mass Spectrometry, University of Birmingham
Christopher Crittenden, Ph.D., Principal Scientist, Genentech

Register


Large molecules

Proteomics: New hardware and software solutions for expanded peptidomic applications
7 - 8 a.m. PDT | Anaheim Marriott | Platinum Ballroom 9

Listen to expert speaker highlight improved workflow solutions that benefit immunopeptidomics and label free quantitation strategies using the latest software solutions.

Speakers:
Darshit Shah, M.S., Research Associate IV, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals
Matthias Mann, Ph.D., Professor of Proteomics and Signal Transduction, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry

Register

Large molecules

Clinical & Translational research: Accelerating translational workflows and clinical applications
7 - 8 a.m. PDT | Anaheim Convention Center | Room 202AB

Hear from subject matter experts on the improved workflows to study infectious disease, microbial host interactions using multiomics methods.

Speakers:
Ian Lewis, Ph.D., Director, Alberta Centre for Advanced Diagnostics
Jennifer Geddes-McAlister, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Guelph
Ethan Stancliffe, Ph.D., Director of Metabolomics, Panome Bio

Register


Small molecules

Environmental & Food safety: Safeguarding the environment - comprehensive analytical testing solutions for emerging environmental safety challenges
7 - 8 a.m. PDT | Anaheim Convention Center | Room 204A

Learn about streamlined and validated workflows for the analysis of PFAS and other environmental contaminants.

Speakers:
Toby Astill, Ph.D., Director, Vertical Marketing, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Joseph Monaghan, Ph.D., Vancouver Island University

Register

Posters


Coming soon.

New products


To be announced at ASMS 2024.


Featured products


Orbitrap Astral Mass Spectrometer
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Ardia Platform
Over the years, the throughput, sensitivity, and sophistication of mass spectrometers have improved dramatically, producing results with increasingly rich biological information. This creates new challenges around data management, throughput and collaboration. To address these challenges, advance your digital lab with our web-based Thermo Scientific Ardia Platform. It is built-from-the-ground-up on a scalable architecture that economically utilizes computing resources, enhances streaming performance for large files, and improves lab uptime. The Ardia Platform centralizes information including scientific data and results, maximizes instrument utilization, and accelerates data analysis to help scientists get closer to the truth.

Connecting your MS applications
Ardia Platform revolutionizes MS applications from omics to biopharma by connecting the data from Thermo Scientific software, including Xcalibur, Proteome Discoverer, Compound Discoverer and BioPharma Finder, in one central storage location. Designed as an open platform it will offer data transfer to and from non-connected applications via the Ardia Data Sync and enable data access to 3rd party applications such as Skyline. This ensures that you can easily process, share, access, and collaborate so users can focus on what matters most. Real-time data updates, shared dashboards, and collaborative tools facilitate efficient teamwork, accelerating project timelines and driving innovation.

µPAC Neo High Throughput HPLC Columns
The new Thermo Scientific µPAC NEO High Throughput column delivers higher performance for single-cell proteomics, deep diving proteomics and routine proteomics. The column is specifically designed to cover high throughput applications analyzing 180 samples per day without compromising consistency and robustness, for those proteomics researchers that have large sample cohorts.