15th Montreal Post-ASMS Mass Spec Symposium
Free-to-Attend Mass Spectrometry Users' Meeting
November 21, 2022 (Monday), from 3:30pm to 9:30pm
DoubleTree by Hilton Pointe Claire Montreal Airport West
Parallel Oral Sessions and Exhibition
Program Agenda
03:15pm-04:00pm: Registration & Welcome Refreshment Dinner Coffee and Tea and Cookies and Fruits
Parallel Sessions Before Dinner

Session 1A Chaired by Prof. Lekha Sleno
(Champagne Ballroom C)
Session 1B Chaired by Prof. Christoph Borchers
(Champagne Ballroom B)
04:00pm-04:20pm: Prof. Jeff Smith, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON
"Elucidating the lipidomic dynamics of lentiviral infection"
Prof. Mathieu Lavallee-Adam, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON
"SAPID-MSI: Spatially-aware protein identification algorithm for mass spectrometry imaging"
04:20pm-04:40pm: Prof. Stephane Bayen, McGill University, Montreal, QC
"LC-MS based fingerprinting as a tool for the integrated assessment of honey quality, safety and authenticity"
Prof. Jennifer Geddes-McAlister, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON
"A One Health Approach to Overcoming Fungal Infections using Quantitative Proteomics"
04:40pm-05:00pm: Prof. Liang Li, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB
"New advances in isotope-assisted LC-MS methods for global metabolome and lipidome analysis"
Prof. Leonard Foster, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
"DIA-PASEF for a clinical trial of human islet variation in health and diabetes"
05:00pm-05:20pm: Dr. Luca Genovesi, CellCarta, Montreal, QC
"Quantification of sBCMA in Human Plasma using a High-Throughput Mass Spectrometry Workflow"
Prof. David Schriemer, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB
"New advancements in structural proteomics"
05:20pm-06:20pm: Networking Buffet DinnerDinner Good Food & Good Science!
Parallel Sessions After Dinner

Session 2A Chaired by Prof. Jeff Smith
(Champagne Ballroom C)
Session 2B Chaired by Prof. Dajana Vuckovic
(Champagne Ballroom B)
06:20pm-06:40pm: Prof. Karl Jobst, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, NL
"Cyclic ion mobility-mass spectrometry: a novel platform that enables the discovery of emerging persistent organic pollutants"
Prof. Ian Lewis, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB
"Harnessing high resolution mass spectrometry as a platform for mapping the virulence of microbial populations"
06:40pm-07:00pm: Prof. Pierre Chaurand, University of Montreal, Montreal, QC
"Absolute quantification of cholesterol from thin tissue sections by silver-assisted laser desorption ionization mass spectrometry imaging"
Dr. Eric Bonneil, University of Montreal, Montreal, QC
"Segmented Ion Fractionation and High Field Asymmetric Waveform Ion Mobility Spectrometry unravel proteome changes during cell cycle"
07:00pm-07:20pm: Prof. Lekha Sleno, UQAM, Montreal, QC
"Targeted analysis of acetaminophen protein covalent binding in vivo"
Prof. Derek Wilson, York University, Toronto, ON
"Here's a question: How do cancer-linked proteins with virtually identical crystal structures and highly similar sequences exhibit wildly different binding specificity profiles?"
07:20pm-07:50pm: Networking Dessert Break Desserts Time for something sweet...
Plenary Session Finale

Session 3 Chaired by Prof. Pierre Thibault
(Champagne Ballroom C)

07:50pm-08:10pm: Prof. Christoph Borchers, McGill University, Montreal, QC
"Multiplexed dilute-and-shoot LC-MRM-MS clinical assay for determination of the metanephrines and catecholamines in human urine"
08:10pm-08:30pm: Dr. Sebastien Gagne, IRSST, Montreal, QC
"Matrix effect reduction for the determination of low levels of S-phenylmercapturic acid in urine, a benzene biomarker, by ultra performance liquid chromatography coupled with electrospray tandem mass spectrometry"
08:30pm-08:50pm: Dr. Helena Petrosova, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC
"Structural analysis of bacterial lipids by LC-MS/MS"
08:50pm-09:10pm: Mr. Garnet McRae, National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa, ON
"Quantitative LC-MS/MS and GC-MS/MS for Cannabinoids and Pesticides in Cannabis"
Raffle TimeGiftCard3 Winners will be Drawn - Each Winner will Receive a VISA Gift Card of $100
Please make sure you drop your name card in the bowl at the registration desk.