Dame Carol Robinson
Dr. Lee’s Professor of Chemistry, University of Oxford, UK
Global Engage are pleased to announce the inaugural Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics Congress, which will be held on 14th – 15th November 2016, in London. The event is part of our highly successful series of life science technology congresses.
Attracting experts working in all areas of mass spectrometry, including MALDI-TOF, ionisation techniques, MS imaging, sample preparation, high-throughput techniques and data interpretation, the conference will examine the latest developments in technologies and methods being used for progressing medical research in areas such as disease diagnostics, metabolomics, proteomics, drug discovery, virology and genomics. The challenges and possibilities of mass spectrometry will also be examined.
Mass spectrometry is an analytic technique with an increasing presence in both laboratory and clinical research and scientists are continually discovering the wide range of possibilities the technology can provide. As mass spectrometry techniques become ever more invaluable to areas of research such as proteomics and diagnoses, the field is receiving growing attention as a tool for progressing medical studies. It is estimated that the global market for this technology will reach $5.9 billion by 2018.
Limburg Chair, Professor of Molecular Imaging and Director of M4I (the Maastricht MultiModal Molecular Imaging Institute), Maastricht University, the Netherlands
Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Florida State University and Chief Scientist, Ion Cyclotron Resonance Program, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, USA
Scientific Director & Fellow, Pharmacokinetics, Dynamics & Metabolism, Janssen R&D, Belgium
The conference will provide an interactive networking forum to further develop and answer your queries through a vibrant exhibition room full of technology providers showcasing their technologies and other solutions, poster presentation sessions, expert-led case study presentations and interactive Q&A panel discussions from a 40-strong speaker faculty speaking on 3 different streams covering: