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Mass Spectrometry has come a long way over the years and has brought powerful analytical capability to a wide range of applications. Behind every powerful mass spec is a powerful mind working to make a difference every day. We recognize your contributions and are here to ensure your lab runs seamlessly so you can focus on what really matters, the science!

We may not be able to gather together at ASMS this year, but that won’t stop us from sharing our latest Mass Spec content with you. Our Virtual Event will include presentations from leading scientists using technology and diverse applications to solve complex laboratory and research challenges. We will also be showcasing our latest innovations in mass spectrometry, software demos, a wide range of scientific posters, panel discussions, live chat with Agilent product & application experts, and additional information to keep your lab running at peak efficiency. It will truly be a Mass Spectacular!

 

 


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    Investigating Sensitivity Improvements on the Ultivo TQ using 3D-printed Atmospheric Pressure ion Focusing Devices
    Patrick Batoon, PhD
    Product Manager of Triple Quadrupole LC/MS, Agilent Tec...
    Brett Marsh, PhD
    Post-doctoral Researcher, Purdue University
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    The Next Generation of Ion Mobility MS with Structures for Lossless Ion Manipulations
    Christian Klein, PhD
    Product Manager, LC/Q-TOF and IM-QTOF, Agilent Technolo...
    Daniel DeBord, PhD
    Director of R&D, MOBILion Systems
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    Cracking Cellular Metabolism
    Mark Sartain, PhD
    LC/MS applications scientist, Agilent Technologies, Inc...
    Genevieve Van de Bittner, PhD
    Scientist, Agilent Research Laboratories, Agilent Techn...
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    Want to know if your Cannabis is safe?
    Anthony Macherone, PhD
    Sr. Scientist, Cannabis Technical Lead, Agilent Technol...
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    Product Manager, LC/Q-TOF and IM-QTOF, Agilent Technolo...
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  • Patrick Batoon, PhD
    Product Manager of Triple Quadrupole LC/MS, Agilent Technologies
    Biography
      Patrick Batoon is the Product Manager of Triple Quadrupole LC/MS at Agilent Technologies. His Ph.D was obtained at University of the Pacific with a focus on mass spectrometry fundamentals such as ionization efficiency, ion-molecule reactions, and ion fragmentation pathways. Joining the company in 2016, he was formerly a chemist in Agilent's LC/MS Quadrupole R&D group, as part of the core team for the Ultivo LC/TQ and LC/MSD iQ.
    • Joe Beckman, PhD
      Professor of Biochemistry and Biophyics, Oregon State University, CFO, e-MSion, Inc.
      Biography
        Joe is a Distinguished Professor of Biochemistry and Biophyics at Oregon State University and a cofounder of e-MSion, Inc. Joe was an undergraduate at the University of Colorado, a Captain in the US Army Medical Service Core and received his Ph.D. from Duke University. He became a Professor in the Departments of Anesthesiology and Biochemistry at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, before moving in 2001 to Oregon State as the Ava Helen Pauling Endowed Professor. He discovered the oxidant peroxynitrite (ONOO-) formed from superoxide and nitric oxide and nitrotyrosine, a common oxidative protein modification in pathology. He has shown protein nitration is a major pathological process mediating pathological processes as diverse as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and acute lung injury with respiratory viral infections. Shortly, after arriving at Oregon State, Joe began collaborating with Valery Voinov and Doug Barofsky to improve the mapping of oxidative protein modifications, which led to the development of electron-based fragmentation technology being commercialized at e-MSion in collaboration with Agilent Technologies for the past decade. The technology development has been supported by six SBIR awards from NIH. Joe enjoys skiing and white water rafting in the Pacific Northwest in between writing grant applications.
      • Timothy Bolduc
        LC/MS Application Scientist, Agilent Technologies
        Biography
          Tim Bolduc is an LC/MS Application Scientist at Agilent with a focus on Cannabis, Clinical, and Forensic Toxicology applications; supporting LC-QQQ and LC-Q/TOF platforms. Prior to joining Agilent Tim spent 8 years in industry as a senior chemist and project specialist; responsible for analytical method development, validation, and method transfer. Tim received a Master's degree in Pharmacology and Toxicology from the University of Utah and a B.S. in Forensic Chemistry from West Chester University.
        • Clifford C. Dacso, MD
          Professor of Molecular and Cell Biology, Baylor College of Medicine
          Biography
            Professor of molecular and cell biology at Baylor college of medicine and also a member of comprehensive cancer center at baylor. His research interest is in clinical metabolomics and biosensors. Dr. Dacso's research focuses on the development of novel delivery systems and non-invasive devices.
          • Daniel DeBord, PhD
            Director of R&D, MOBILion Systems
            Biography
              Daniel is the Director of R&D for MOBILion Systems where he helps guide the development and commercialization of SLIM- based analytical instrumentation. Since receiving his Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from Texas A&M University, he has served as the Associate Director of the Advanced Mass Spectrometry Facility at Florida International University and held industrial positions at BASF and 1st Detect Corporation, working on a variety of mass spectrometry related applications and instrumentation projects. His extensive experience in the ion mobility and mass spectrometry fields includes designing miniaturized MS-based detection systems for non-traditional markets as well as contributions to early Trapped Ion Mobility Spectrometry experiments.
            • James Dodds, PhD
              Postdoc in Professor Erin Baker's Lab, North Carolina State University
              Biography
                James completed his B.S. in chemistry in 2013 at the University of North Georgia where he was an undergraduate researcher under the advisement of Prof. Dan Thompson focusing on developing an interface between a thermogravimetric analyzer and a single quadrupole mass spectrometer. He then went on to further study mass spectrometry with a focus on characterizing ion mobility separations under the advisement of Prof. John McLean at Vanderbilt University, where he obtained his Ph.D. in chemistry in 2018. In his free time James enjoys watching college football, eating Taco Bell, and most importantly watching The Bachelor franchise.
              • Steven S. Gross, PhD
                Professor of Pharmacology, Director, Advanced Studies in Pharmacology, Director, Metabolomics Lab, Weill Cornell Medical College
                Biography
                  Steve's major research interest over the past three decades has been elucidating mechanisms of cell signaling by reactive molecules, with a primary focus on the physiological chemistry and biology of nitric oxide (NO). Work on NO culminated in over 170 published papers, 25 issued US patents, and founding of a biotech start-up that conducted a multinational phase III clinical study to test the therapeutic efficacy of a NO synthase inhibitor for a life-saving cardiovascular indication. With Nobel Laureates in the field, he contributed to founding the NO Society, and organized or participated in the organization of over a dozen national and international meetings on NO chemistry and biology. Since reactive molecules typically mediate their cell signaling actions by engaging in covalent reactions with proteins, Steve sought to develop proteomic approaches that can be used to define and inventory various NO-mediated protein modifications. This focus led to an interest in biological mass spectrometry and his establishment in 1997 of the MS core facility at Weill Cornell Medical College. As Director of the MS core facility from 1997-2011, Steve acquired instrumentation, broad experience, and know-how for the development and use of bioanalytical techniques for high-throughput protein and small molecule analyses - including platforms for untargeted metabolite profiling and untargeted stable isotope tracing. He was recognized in 2011 by an award from the American Chemical Society for Achievements in Mass Spectrometry and his lab was recognized as a Center of Excellence in Life Sciences Mass Spectrometry by Agilent Technologies in 2015. Steve will Co-chair the 2021 Gordon Research Conference on Metabolomics and Human Health.
                • Siji Joseph
                  Solution Scientist, Agilent Technologies
                  Biography
                    Siji Joseph, has over 22 years of Analytical experience in food, pharma and clinical research segments. Siji joined Agilent in 2007, as Application Scientist in supporting various products like HPLC, GC, GC/SQ, LC/SQ, LC/TQ, and LC/QTOF. In his current job title as solution Scientist, Siji is working on advanced analytical workflow solution development for food segment using Agilent state of the art instruments. Siji Joseph holds a Masters Degree in Analytical Chemistry (Mahatma Gandhi University, India, 1998)
                  • Christian Klein, PhD
                    Product Manager, LC/Q-TOF and IM-QTOF, Agilent Technologies
                    Biography
                      With an education in Chemistry, Chris Klein received his PhD in 2005 at the Max-Planck-Institute for Biochemistry in Martinsried, Germany, working on membrane proteins and mass spectrometry. After a PostDoc and 3 years as demo chemist and product specialist with Bruker Daltonics, Chris joint Agilent Technologies' LC/Q-TOF R&D team in 2010, and is since 2018 the LC/Q-TOF and IM-QTOF Product Manager.
                    • Anthony Macherone, PhD
                      Sr. Scientist, Cannabis Technical Lead, Agilent Technologies, Inc., Visiting Professor, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
                      Biography
                        Dr. Macherone is currently a Senior Scientist with Agilent Technologies and a Visiting Professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. For the past several years, Anthony has been leading a team of Agilent scientists for the development and deployment of analytical testing methodologies to assure quality and safety of cannabis products. Anthony has written extensively on cannabis testing methodologies, solving complex problems encountered when using certain analytical systems, and contributed several chapters to books on the subject. In June 2020, Anthony joined Cannabis Science and Technology®'s Editorial Advisory Board.
                      • Brett Marsh, PhD
                        Post-doctoral Researcher, Purdue University
                        Biography
                          Brett Marsh, Ph.D. received his B.S. degree in chemistry from Purdue University in 2011. After Purdue, he obtained his Ph.D. in physical chemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2015 under the guidance of Etienne Garand. At Wisconsin, Brett assisted with the development of a mass spectrometer with laser spectroscopic and ion-molecule reaction capabilities. After his Ph.D., he was a postdoctoral researcher in the lab of Stephen Leone at the University of California Berkeley where he performed tabletop x-ray spectroscopic studies of semiconductor materials for energy conversion until May 2018. Since June 2018, Brett has been a postdoctoral researcher in the lab of R. Graham Cooks at Purdue. He is studying reaction acceleration, instrumentation for mass spectrometry, and fundamentals of ion transport in the open air.
                        • Emily Parry, PhD
                          LC/MS Applications Scientist, Agilent Technologies
                          Biography
                            Emily Parry received her Ph.D. degree in Environmental Chemistry from the University of California, Davis. She joined Agilent after completing her postdoctoral work at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Her specialty is developing small molecule analytical methods on LC-TQ and LC-QTOF.
                          • Chandimal Pathmasiri
                            PhD Candidate, University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)
                            Biography
                              Chandimal Pathmasiri is a third year graduate student in the Cologna lab research group at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where his research focuses on mass spectrometry based omics studies of neurodegenerative disorders. He is a winner of UIC provost graduate research award in 2019. Chandimal received a BSc in Chemistry from University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka.
                            • Steve Pennington, PhD
                              Founder, CEO and CSO of Atturos Ltd.
                              Biography
                                Stephen Pennington who is currently Professor of Proteomics at the University college Dublin School of Medicine & Conway Institute in Dublin, Ireland, as well as Founder, CEO and CSO of Atturos Ltd. He graduated from Imperial College London and earned his PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Cambridge. Steve and his research team are actively engaged in a number of collaborative translational clinical proteomics projects using mass spectrometry. Atturos mission is to deliver advanced diagnostic tests to enable clinicians 'make better clinical decisions'. Atturos first 'in house' product is a patented multimarker test - OCProDx - designed to support men diagnosed with prostate cancer and we'll hear more about that in Steve's presentation.
                              • Rahul Raman, PhD
                                Research Scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
                              • Sushmita (Mimi) Roy, PhD
                                Executive Director Analytical Sciences, BioMarin Pharmaceuticals
                                Biography
                                  Mimi is Senior Director, Analytical Chemistry at BioMarin since November 2015. Her primary interests are scientific management and drug development (protein engineering, CMC and translation sciences) with a focus on protein characterization, high-end molecular analytics including mass spectrometry and NMR (https://www.linkedin.com/in/sushmita-mimi-roy-152824/). In 2014 she founded iON Bioservices, an analytical services & consulting firm, and co-founded SensiBrace Technologies obtaining a patent on a device to address carpal tunnel syndrome, a condition she suffers from. Previously she served as the US Site-Head of Caprion Inc., and as Director of Analytics at Sutro Biopharma. Mimi has a B.Sc. (Honours) from St. Stephens College, New Delhi and a M.S. from University of Sydney in Biochemistry. She completed a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Princeton University in 1998 specializing in Protein Design and Characterization, followed by a post-doctoral fellowship in DNA Design with Peter Schultz, Professor, CEO & President, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla. Mimi lives in San Rafael, California, and likes to spend her spare time with her family, practice yoga and sing.
                                • Mark Sartain, PhD
                                  LC/MS applications scientist, Agilent Technologies, Inc.
                                  Biography
                                    Mark has developed a diverse array of targeted and nontargeted mass-spectrometry based metabolomics and lipidomics applications since joining Agilent in 2012, with a focus on complete hardware/software workflows. Mark began utilizing mass spectrometry in his graduate work to characterize glycoproteins, and later established a novel LC/MS strategy to comprehensively profile and identify complex lipids of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in his postdoctoral fellowship at Colorado State University. He continued designing a wide range of MS-based techniques to measure metabolites and lipids for diverse projects as a Research Scientist at the Institute of Systems Biology (Seattle, WA) prior to joining Agilent.
                                  • Arun Sreekumar, PhD
                                    Professor, Director Metabolomics, Alkek Center for Molecular Discovery, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, Baylor College of Medicine
                                    Biography
                                      Arun Sreekumar is a professor and Co- Director of Center for Metabolism and Experimental Therapeutics, Co-Leader of Cancer Biology program and Professor of Cell Biology, at Baylor College of Medicine. At BCM he established state-of-the-art mass spectrometry-based metabolomics core facility. His team is studying metabolic profiles associated with different subtypes of tumors, characterize functions of oncometabolites, define predictive metabolic markers and design metabolite-based treatment regimens.
                                    • Genevieve Van de Bittner, PhD
                                      Scientist, Agilent Research Laboratories, Agilent Technologies, Inc.
                                      Biography
                                        Genevieve joined the Agilent Research Laboratories within Agilent Technologies in 2016 with a goal of improving technologies for metabolomic and metabolism measurements. Toward this goal, Genevieve has developed new sample preparation methods for LC/MS metabolomic and lipidomic analyses. These efforts have been informed by Genevieve's training in chemical biology, specifically in the development of novel chemical probes to study biological systems. In her graduate work in Professor Chris Chang's Lab at UC Berkeley, Genevieve created bioluminescent and fluorescent sensors for the in vivo measurement of reactive oxygen species and metal ions. This training led to a postdoctoral fellowship in Professor Jacob Hooker's Lab at Harvard Medical School, during which Genevieve developed new radiotracers for imaging specific neuronal populations.
                                      • David Wong, PhD
                                        Sr. Applications Scientist, LC/MS Solution, MSD Division, Agilent Technologies, Inc.
                                        Biography
                                          Dr. Wong has more than 19 years of experience working in the biotech/pharmaceutical industry. Prior to joining Agilent, he worked as Research Scientist and the Proteomics (Mass Spectrometry) Group Leader at DuPont Industrial Bioscience Division (formally Genencor International, Inc.) located in Silicon Valley. Dr. Wong has strong expertise in both small and macromolecules characterization (Identification, Quantitation, Proteomics, Metabolomics and various BioPharma applications). Dr. Wong received his Ph.D. in Biochemistry from University of California, Santa Barbara. He also served as a Post-doctoral Researcher at the UCSF Mass Spectrometry Facility, Dept. of Pharmaceutical Chemistry at University of California San Francisco.
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