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Lunch and Workshop
On Tuesday, 21 July, our major sponsor Shimadzu, is providing lunch followed by a 1.5 hour workshop ‘Breakthrough Technologies in Mass Spectrometry’ at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). Speakers from Japan, UK and Australia will take part in this workshop and subject matter will include applications based on the world’s most sensitive and fastest LC/MS/MS; On-Line Supercritical Fluid Extraction/Chromatography (SFE/SFC/MS); and MALDI-TOF-TOF including MS/MS imaging.
Prof Stephen Blanksby
On behalf of the Australian and New Zealand Society for Mass Spectrometry (ANZSMS) I would like to invite you to join us in Brisbane from July 19-22 2015 for the 25th Conference of the ANZSMS and the 6th Conference of the Asia and Oceania Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference (AOMSC). Modern mass spectrometry is central to our daily lives as well as our most ambitious scientific endeavours from health and food security to the challenges of the ‘omics’ revolution and even exploration of our solar system. Advances in the instrumentation and application of mass spectrometry will be the central focus of this conference.
ANZSMS was formed in 1970 and has as its mission to bring together the broad spectrum of scientists who work in the field of mass spectrometry and its allied disciplines. In keeping with this mission, ANZSMS25 will promote the science of mass spectrometry by facilitating interaction with local, regional and international leaders from all areas of science in which mass spectrometry plays a central role. We are delighted to holding ANZSMS25 as a joint meeting with our sister societies in Asia and Oceania. This will be the 6th time the AOMSC has been held and the first in the southern hemisphere and provides a unique opportunity to engage with the world-class science and scientists from our own region. We hope you will join us in Brisbane for this exciting showcase of mass spectrometric research.
Financial support for delegates is available to members of some of the participating societies. Delegates are encouraged to contact their local mass spectrometry society.
For ANZSMS members details on financial support for students and professional staff attending the conference can be found at anzsms.org.
The Australia and New Zealand Metabolomics Network is offering a limited number of travel awards to early career metabolomics researchers from Australia and New Zealand.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN THE YOUNG SCIENTISTS FORUM?
Young Scientists Forum
Sponsored by QUT
17 & 18 July 2015
Venue: Queensland University of Technology
The AOMSC Young Scientists Forum (YSF) has run in conjunction with the main conference over a number of years and provides an opportunity for graduate students; postdocs and other early career researchers to engage directly with plenary speakers and to network with young mass spectrometrists from throughout the Asian region. This years YSF will be held at Queensland University of Technology’s new Science and Engineering Centre at the Gardens Point campus directly across the river from the Brisbane Conference and Exhibition Centre. The forum will include an interactive poster session, tutorial lectures presented by internationally renowned scientists and a number of social activities.
Registration closes 8 July.