Please note: All sessions will be held in the Performance Hall of the Ohio Union, except where noted.

Wednesday, October 12  

8:15-9:00 am Registration (in front of entrance to Performance Hall)
9:00-9:10 am (Opening Remarks) Vicki Wysocki, The Ohio State University; Ohio Eminent Scholar, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Director of CCIC, Director of Resource for Native MS Guided Structural Biology
9:10-9:50 am (Keynote) Lingjun Li, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Advancing biomedical research via innovation in mass spectrometry-based approaches
9:50-10:15 am (Invited Oral) Brian Searle, The Ohio State University, Machine Learning Methods for Proteomics
10:15-10:30 am Break (15 min)
10:30-11:30 am Parallel oral sessions (submitted abstracts)
  • 10:30-10:50 am (1)
  • 10:50-11:10 am (2)
  • 11:10-11:30 am (3)

Session A (Performance Hall): Applied Mass Spectrometry

    1. Addie Keating, University of Akron,
      Assessing Poly(styrene sulfonic acid) as A Noncovalent Protein Probe for Characterizing Locations of Surface Accessible Basic Residues on Folded Proteins
    2. Kayla Williams-Pavlantos, University of Akron,
      Investigation of thiol-yne comb polymer architectures through the utilization of tandem mass spectrometry and ion mobility techniques
    3. Justin Rabe, The Ohio State University,
      Investigating Differentially Expressed Epithelial-to-Mesenchymal Biomarkers in 1st and 2nd Generation Spheroids

Session B (Great Hall): Metabolomics and Mass Spectrometry in Diet and Health

    1. Fouad Choueiry, The Ohio State University,
      Database-Assisted Globally Optimized Targeted Secondary Electrospray Ionization High Resolution Mass Spectrometry (dGOT-SESI-HRMS) Enhanced Volatilomics Analysis of Bacterial Metabolites
    2. Sravya Kovvali, The Ohio State University,
      Elucidating the catalytic mechanism of a bacterial deglycase essential for utilization of fructose-lysine, an Amadori product
    3. Maria Sholola, The Ohio State University,
      A mass spectrometry-based approach for quantification of steroidal alkaloids in pig plasma after  tomato consumption
11:30-11:50 am Break/Lunch pickup (20 min)
11:50 am-12:20 pm (Lunch and Learn, sponsored by Agilent) Brandon Ruotolo, University of Michigan, Collision induced unfolding: Rapid, sensitive, information rich stability measurements
12:20-12:50 pm (Lunch and Learn, sponsored by Waters) Stuart Oehrle, Waters, Expamding the Horizon! Analysis of Various Compounds by UPLC/MS/MS Detection Using a UniSpray Ion Source
12:50-1:00 pm Break (10 min)
1:00-2:00 pm Poster Session 
2:00-2:30 pm Networking/exhibitor booths (Gallery area in front of Great Hall)
2:30-2:55 pm (Invited Oral) Benjamin Garcia, Washington University in St. Louis, Mass spectrometry based approaches for interrogation of epitranscriptomic RNA modifications
2:55-3:20 pm (Invited Oral) Emanuela Gionfriddo, University of Toledo, Harnessing the power of microextraction in metabolomics for targeted and untargeted characterization of complex systems
3:20-3:30 pm Closing remarks

Thursday, October 13  

8:30-9:00 am Registration (in front of the entrance to Performance Hall)
9:00-9:10 am (Opening Remarks) Matt Teegarden, The Ohio State University; Foods for Health Research Initiative
9:10-9:50 am (Keynote) Andrew Lane, University of Kentucky, NMR-based stable isotope resolved metabolomics from cells to organisms 
9:50-10:15 am (Invited Oral) Laura-Isobel McCall, University of Oklahoma, 3D metabolomics-enabled insights into infectious disease pathogenesis and drug development
10:15-10:30 am Break (15 min)
10:30-11:30 am Parallel oral sessions (submitted abstracts)
  • 10:30-10:50 am (1)
  • 10:50-11:10 am (2)
  • 11:10-11:30 am (3)

Session A (Performance Hall): Methods in Mass Spectrometry

    1. Philip Lindhorst, The Ohio State University,
      Mass Spectrometry and Flow Cytometry: Complimentary Techniques for Proteomics of HCT 116 Spheroids
    2. Ila Marathe, The Ohio State University,
      Establishing robust calibration curves for mass photometry-based measurements of RNAs and ribonucleoprotein complexes
    3. Zachary Drake, The Ohio State University,
      Protein complex prediction using Rosetta, AlphaFold, and mass spectrometry covalent labeling

Session B (Great Hall): Metabolomics and Multiomics in Disease

    1. Chunming Cheng, The Ohio State University,
      Glutaminolysis messages lipogenesis via ammonia
    2. Julian Aldana, The Ohio State University,
      Integrative multi-omic analysis of cellular responses to EZH2 mutations found in leukemia and lymphoma
    3. Andrew Gold, The Ohio State University,
      More than Meets the Eye: Untargeted Metabolomics and Lipidomics Reveal Complex Pathways Spurred by Activation of Acid Resistance Mechanisms in Escherichia coli
11:30-11:50 am Break/Lunch pickup (20 min)
11:50am-12:20pm (Lunch and Learn, sponsored by Bruker) Artem Filipenko and Savannah Snyder, Bruker, 4D mass spectrometry for metabolomics and food analysis
12:20-12:50 pm (Lunch and Learn, sponsored by SCIEX) Benjamin Garcia, University of Washington in St. Louis, Initial Impressions of Electron Activated Dissociation on a New QTOF Platform
12:50-1:20 pm (Lunch and Learn, sponsored by Thermo Fisher) Maowei Dou, Thermo Fisher Scientific, An automated sample preparation solution for mass spectrometry-based proteomics
1:20-1:30 pm Break (10 min)
1:30-2:00 pm Networking/exhibitor booths (Gallery area in front of Great Hall)
2:00-2:25 pm (Invited Oral) Jessica Prenni (Colorado State University), The periodic table of food initiative: First steps towards development of a democratized foodomics technology platform
2:25-2:50 pm (Invited Oral) Rachel Kopec, (The Ohio State University), Leveraging LC-MS metabolomics to elucidate dietary bioactive interactions
2:50-3:00 pm Closing remarks (poster awards)