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2nd Annual North American Mass Spectrometry Summer School

 

July 21-24, Madison, WI

Join us for the second annual Annual North American Mass Spectrometry Summer School. We are proud to have assembled world-leading experts in mass spectrometry for this two and a half-day course. Students will experience an engaging and inspiring program covering fundamentals of mass spectrometry and the latest in its application to the analyses of plants (NSF) and animals (NIH). Tutorial lectures include: Mass Analyzers, Ionization, Tandem MS, Chromatography, Shotgun Proteomics, Instrument Acquisition and Setup, Spectral Interpretation, and PTMs. Also planned are several hands-on workshops for scientific and professional development.

There is no cost to participate. This event is made possible by generous funding from the National Science Foundation (Integrated Organismal Systems, Plant Genome Research Program, Grant No. 1546742) and the National Institutes of Health National Center for Quantitative Biology of Complex Systems (P41 GM108538).

Register for MaxQuant on July 24-26.

Summer School Sponsors

UW
Morgridge
WSG
thermo
promega

Speakers & Sponsors

Tutorial
Lectures

Data Analysis
Mass Analyzers
Ionization
Tandem MS
Chromatography
Shotgun Proteomics, Instrument Acquisition and Setup
PTMs

World-Leading Expert Instructors

Josh Coon – University of Wisconsin
Ulrike Kusebauch – Institute for Systems Biology
Jesse Meyer – University of Wisconsin
Doug Sheeley – National Institutes of Health
Evgenia Shishkova – University of Wisconsin
Beatrix Ueberheide – New York University School of Medicine
Judit Villen – University of Washington-Seattle
Mike Westphall – University of Wisconsin
Evan Williams – University of California-Berkeley

Hands-On Workshops

Data Integration
Mass Spec 101
Negotiations
Intellectual Property
Science Writing
Scientific Illustrations
Spectral Interpretation
NIH funding and grant process

5-Column Summer School

The Schedule

Sunday, July 21

Pyle Center
702 Langdon St
Madison

5:30 PM – Registration
Pyle Center, Rooftop

6:00 PM – Welcome & Intro
Pyle Center, Rooftop

6:00-8:00 PM – Reception
Pyle Center, Rooftop

Monday, July 22

Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery
330 Orchard St
Madison

8:00 AM – Registration & Poster Setup
Coffee and pastries in Open Court.
Sessions in H.F. DeLuca Forum Room.

8:30-10:00 AM – Tutorial Lecture
Mass Analyzers, Mike Westphall

10:00-10:45 AM – Hands-On Workshop
Mass Spec 101, Mike Westphall

10:45-11:00 AM – Break

11:00-12:00AM – Tutorial Lecture
Ionization, Evan Williams

12:00-1:00 PM – Lunch & Poster Viewing
Lunch buffet
Posters in Open Court

1:00-2:00 PM – Tutorial Lecture
Tandem MS, Joshua Coon

2:00-3:00 PM – Tutorial Lecture
Chromatography, Evgenia Shishkova

3:00-3:15 PM – Break

3:15-4:30 PM – Hands-On Workshop
Negotiations, Charlie Trevor
H.F. DeLuca Forum Room
or
Intellectual Property, Michael Falk

4:30-6:30PM – Poster Session with Refreshments
In Open Court

Tuesday, July 23

Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery
330 Orchard St
Madison

8:30 AM – Sessions Open
Coffee and pastries in Open Court.
Sessions in H.F. DeLuca Forum Room.

9:00-10:45 AM – Tutorial Lecture
Shotgun Proteomics, Instrument Acquisition and Setup, through DDA and DIA, Jesse Meyer)

10:45-11:00 AM – Break

11:00 AM-2:00 PM – Hands-On Workshop
Spectral Interpretation Workshop with Box Lunch

2:00-2:15 PM – Break

2:15-4:30 PM- Hands-On Workshop
Science Writing, Alicia Williams
OR
Scientific Illustrations, Adam Steinberg

4:30-4:45 PM – Break

4:45-6:00 PM – Hands-On Workshop
NIH – funding, grant process, peer review, Doug Sheeley

Wednesday, July 24

Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery
330 Orchard St
Madison

8:30 AM – Sessions Open
Coffee and pastries in Open Court.
Sessions in H.F. DeLuca Forum Room.
Registration for MaxQuant in Open Court.

9:00-10:30 AM – Tutorial Lecture
PTMs, Judit Villen

10:30 AM-12:00 PM – Research Lecture
Ulrike Kusebauch – Institute for Systems Biology

12:00 PM – Mass Spec
Summer School Adjourns

1:30 PM – MaxQuant
Sessions Begin in H.F. DeLuca Forum Room

Summer School Registration

Ready for a career-changing experience?

For your application to the North American Mass Spec Summer School, combine the following into one pdf file for upload:
Letter of recommendation from your current PI/Supervisor
Statement of why you want to attend and how you plan to apply what you have learned (Limit 300 words)
Current CV

Have the following ready to cut and past into the online application:
Abstract: Title (Limit 20 words); Introduction (Limit 120 words); Methods (Limit 120 words); Preliminary data (Limit 300 words); Novel aspect (Limit 20 words); Co-author names and affiliations (institute/company)
All attendees will be required to participate in the poster session.

Application opens January 20 for the North American Mass Spec Summer School

There is no registration fee for the North American Mass Spec Summer School, however attendees must pay their own travel costs.
Applications for the North American Mass Spec Summer School closes on March 24 at midnight CST US time.
Applicants will be notified of their admission to the program by April 1.
Due to space limitations, all who apply may not be admitted to the program.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
You do not need to attend MaxQuant in order to attend Mass Spec.


Registration for MaxQuant is separate and opens January 20:

Information and Registration for MaxQuant Summer School

Registration fee for MaxQuant is $450US and does not include travel costs.
Payment of your fee is confirmation of your admittance to MaxQuant.
Admittance is on a first come first served basis.
You do not need to attend Mass Spec in order to attend MaxQuant.
Registration for MaxQuant closes on March 29 at midnight CST US time.
The program may close early if maximum attendance is reached.

Hotel and Travel Information

Travel Information

Hotel

Room blocks are being held at the following hotels:

Fluno Center: 7 blocks from the conference site; room block expires on June 21st; call 608-441-7117 to request parking.
Lowell Center: 7 blocks from the conference site; use group code MASPEC, room block expires June 21st.
Graduate Hotel: 5 blocks from the conference site; room block expires June 21st.
Edgewater Hotel: 2 miles from the conference site; room block expires June 7th; use group name “UW Mass Spec Summer School.”

All the above hotels have availability beyond the room blocks. Call the hotel or use their on-line reservation form if the room block is full.

Arrival Airport

The closest airport is Dane County Regional (MSN), about a 15 minute cab ride to the event site/hotels.

The other airport option is O’Hare arriving in Chicago. From the O’Hare you can take the Van Galder bus to the UW campus stop. The bus stop is within walking distance of several hotels. It is recommended you purchase tickets online ahead of time. Bus schedules and pickup/drop off locations can be found online along with a map.

If you choose to drive, please request parking when you make your hotel reservation. Parking is very limited in some locations.

Directions to the Event Site

All summer school sessions will be held at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery, 330 N. Orchard St. Madison, WI 53715. Directions and a map can be found here.

Directions to the Welcome Event

The welcome event on July 21 will be held on the rooftop of the Pyle Center, 702 Langdon Street, Madison, WI 53706. It is adjacent to the Lowell Center. Directions and a map can be found here.

Questions

Please send questions to NCQBCS@gmail.com.

downloadable PDFS

Download Documents from 2018 Summer School

pROGRAM Schedule               Abstract Book               Lecture Recordings