20th Toronto Post-ASMS Mass Spec Symposium
Free-to-Attend Mass Spectrometry Users' Meeting
November 22, 2022 (Tuesday), from 3:30pm to 9:30pm
Four Points by Sheraton Toronto Airport
Parallel Oral Sessions and Exhibition
Program Agenda
03:15pm-04:00pm: Registration & Welcome Refreshment Dinner Coffee and Tea and Cookies and Fruits
Plenary Session Before Dinner

Session 1 Chaired by Prof. Christoph Borchers
(Windsor C)

04:00pm-04:20pm: Prof. Lekha Sleno, UQAM, Montreal, QC
"Targeted analysis of acetaminophen protein covalent binding in vivo"
04:20pm-04:40pm: Prof. Ken Yeung, University of Western Ontario, London, ON
"MALDI MS Imaging of Neurotransmitters and Small Molecules in Brain Tissues with Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles"
04:40pm-05:00pm: Prof. Lars Konerman, University of Western Ontario, London, ON
"Toward a Comprehensive Understanding of Protein Ion Formation from ESI Droplets: Grotthuss MD Simulations of Proton Hopping"
05:00pm-05:20pm: Dr. Lili Mats, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Guelph, ON
"The effects of LED light on accumulation of glucosinolates and polyphenols in Brassica microgreens"
05:20pm-06:20pm: Networking Buffet DinnerDinner Good Food & Good Science!
Parallel Sessions After Dinner

Session 2A Chaired by Prof. Lekha Sleno
(Windsor C)
Session 2B Chaired by Prof. Hannes Rost
06:20pm-06:40pm: Dr. Ahmed Aman, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, Toronto, ON
"Picosecond infrared laser mass spectrometry identifies a metabolite array as a possible biomarker for diagnosis of select skin cancer types"
Prof. Leonard Foster, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
"DIA-PASEF for a clinical trial of human islet variation in health and diabetes"
06:40pm-07:00pm: Prof. Denina Simmons, Ontario Tech University, Oshawa, ON
"Proteins in municipal wastewater hold valuable information about community health"
Prof. Liang Li, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB
"New advances in isotope-assisted LC-MS methods for global metabolome and lipidome analysis"
07:00pm-07:20pm: 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"
Prof. Ian Lewis, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB
"Harnessing high resolution mass spectrometry as a platform for mapping the virulence of microbial populations"
07:20pm-07:40pm: Prof. Richard Oleschuk, Queen's University, Kingston, ON
"Discontinuous De-wetting and Automated Ambient Surface Sampling for the Democratization of Mass Spectrometry"
Prof. Gerold Schmitt-Ulms, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
"The arduous path of taking mass spectrometry data toward a treatment for neurodegenerative diseases"
07:40pm-08:10pm: Networking Dessert Break Desserts Time for something sweet...
Plenary Session Finale

Session 3 Chaired by Prof. Derek Wilson
(Windsor C)

08:10pm-08:30pm: Prof. J. Rafael Montenegro Burke, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
"Untargeted Metabolomics: Mapping the Cancer Metabolome to Identify Therapeutic Vulnerabilities"
08:30pm-08:50pm: 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"
08:50pm-09:10pm: Prof. David Schriemer, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB
"New advancements in structural proteomics"
09:10pm-09:30pm: Prof. Arash Zarrine-Afsar, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
"In situ tissue pathology from spatially encoded mass spectrometry classifiers visualized in real time through augmented reality"
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.