The program of the 18th norwegian seminar in mass spectrotemetry on January 25th 2021 starts at 9:00 and closes at approx. 15:15.
We will have talks from invited speakers: Andreas Thomas (German Sports University), Alexandros Asimakopoulos (NTNU – Trondheim) and Nicholas Warner (NILU – Tromsø). Additionally we have exciting talks from the mass spectrometric community around the country.
Meeting compendium can be downloaded here
|9:00||9:10||Meeting opens – Leon Reubsaet|
|9:10||9:40||New challenges in doping controls – Andreas Thomas|
|9:40||10:00||Retrospective screening of new psychoactive substances in data files from forensic post mortem samples analysed by LC-QTOF-MS – Per Ole Gundersen|
|10:15||10:35||Electromembrane extraction of streptomycin from biological fluids prior to hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography – tandem mass spectrometry – Frederik Hansen|
|10:35||10:55||Automated sample preparation and atmospheric pressure GC-MS/MS as a powerful tool for analysis of legacy POPs in human serum and plasma – Sandra Huber|
|10:55||12:00||The last news from our vendors. Short and exciting elevator pitches.|
|12:00||12:45||Digital break and poster session|
|12:45||13:15||Supercritical fluid and liquid chromatography methods for rapid trace analysis of emerging pollutants and biomolecules – Alexandros Asimakopoulos|
|13:15||13:45||Advantages and Challenges in GC-Orbitrap high resolution mass spectrometry for trace analysis of legacy and emerging contaminants – Nicholas Warner|
|14:00||14:30||An Introduction to the National Network of Advanced Proteomics Infrastructure (NAPI) – Tuula Nieman|
|14:30||14:50||Disulfide bond reduction upfront liquid chromatography mass spectrometry for protein analysis – Chistine Olsen|
An investigation of reductive CO2 activation by tandem mass spectrometric techniques – Joakim Samuel Jestilä
|15:10||15:15||Closing remarks – Leon Reubsaet|