We’ll be at the American Society for Mass Spectrometry meeting
The American Society for Mass Spectrometry’s annual conference will be held in June in Georgia. Our journal Molecular & Cellular Proteomics will have a table, and several ASBMB members, including editorial board members from two of our journals, will be speakers or instructors.
The meeting is officially called the 67th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics. It is slated for June 2–6 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.
Here’s where you can find MCP editorial board members,* Journal of Lipid Research editorial board members** and other ASBMB members during the meeting:
- Nuno Bandeira* (University of California San Diego) will be an instructor for the two-day short course (June 1–2) on bioinformatics and protein identification.
- Carlito Lebrilla* (University of California, Davis) and Joseph Zaia* (Boston University) will be instructors for the two-day short course (June 1–2) on glycans and glycoproteins in mass spec.
- Mark Chance* (Case Western Reserve University) will be an instructor for the two-day short course (June 1–2) on protein structural analysis by mass spec.
- Dwight E. Matthews (University of Vermont) will be an instructor for the two-day short course (June 1–2) on quantitative mass spec.
- Gavin Reid** (University of Melbourne) will co-present the lipidomics tutorial on Sunday (June 2).
In addition, in between sessions MCP’s editor for manuscript integrity, Saddiq Zahari, will banswer questions about the journal at the MCP table in the registration area.
For registration and submission deadlines, visit the meeting website.
And, in case “Hotlanta” isn’t steamy enough for you, the 2020 meeting will be held in Houston.