Our laboratory is organizing a seminar series on Applied Mass Spectrometry [food/nutrition/environment and agriculture] @ McGill Macdonald Campus.

Here is a list of our previous speakers:

20-Sep-17 Dr. Alex Wahba - Dept of Chemistry, McGill University
Quantitative analysis of resveratrol in wine by LC-UV-MS

18-Oct-17 Dr. Dajana Vuckovic - Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Concordia University
Multi-mycotoxin LC-MS methods: pushing the limits of sensitivity and selectivity in complex samples
22-Nov-17 Dr. Gaëlle Bridon, Mass Spectrometry Product Specialist, Agilent Canada.
Ion mobility as a preseparation step prior to mass spectrometry: principles and applications. 

14-Mar-18 Dr. Alexandra Furtos, Department of Chemistry, Université de Montréal.
 Mass spectrometry characterization of bioactive species from fruit extracts. 

18-Apr-18 Dr. Pedro Alejandro Segura,  Department of Chemistry, Université de Sherbrooke
Spectral accuracy: a new tool for the identification of small organic molecules.

3-May-18 Dr. Jeff Smith , Department of Chemistry, Carleton University
In situ TrEnDi: enhancing the sensitivity and safety of MS based quantitative lipidomics analyses via novel chemistry on a new device.

26-Sep-18 Prof. Kevin Wilkinson, Department of Chemistry, Université de Montréal
Single particle inductively coupled mass spectrometry for the determination of nanoparticle sizes and concentrations.
7-Nov-18 Dr. Lekha Sleno, Department of Chemistry, Université de Québec à Montréal
Targeted quantitation of covalently modified proteins. 

27-Nov-18 Dr. Karen Waldron, Department of Chemistry, Université de Montréal. 
Optimization of chromatographic separation and application of mass spectrometry for analysis of cannabinoids.

21-Jan-19 Dr. Christopher Thibodeaux,  Dept of Chemistry, McGill University
Using Hydrogen/Deuterium exchange and native mass spectrometry to study peptide antibiotics biosynthesis.

21-Feb-19 Dr. Pierre Chaurand, Department of Chemistry, Université de Montréal
Novel sample preparation approaches for LDI imaging MS to answer key biological questions. 

3-Oct-19 Dr. Robert Letcher, NWRC, Environment and Climate Change Canada.
Mass Spectrometry Approaches Combined With In Vitro and In Vivo Model Systems to Determine the Exposome, Degradation and Effects of Organophosphate Ester (OPE) Contaminants in Environmental Biota.