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About OMSS

The annual Ohio Mass Spectrometry Symposium (OMSS) was initiated in 2003 to promote opportunities for academic and industrial researchers in the region to present their findings, share information, discuss research challenges with colleagues, and spark new collaborations in the field of mass spectrometry. OSU’s Campus Chemical Instrumentation Center (CCIC) has served as host for the annual symposium, with support from generous sponsors.

Bringing mass spectrometry and metabolomics together (OMSMS)

In 2017, the OSU Foods for Health initiative held an inaugural Conference on Food and Nutritional Metabolomics. With shared interests and synergies, Foods for Health joined forces with CCIC to hold the conference jointly with OMSS from 2017-2020, for a combined event titled the Ohio Mass Spectrometry and Metabolomics Symposium (OMSMS). In 2021, Foods for Health will host MANA 2021, and CCIC will continue the partnership, presenting the 18th Annual OMSS as “Mass Spec Mornings” in conjunction with MANA.

The 18th Annual Ohio Mass Spectrometry Symposium will be held virtually in conjunction with the 3rd annual Metabolomics Association of North America conference. Please join us for “Mass Spec Mornings” on October 19-20, 2021. Please visit the MANA conference website for the full MANA conference program and registration information.

View Mass Spec Mornings Agenda

Mass Spec Mornings Keynote Speakers

  • Facundo Fernandez, Georgia Tech, Triboelectric Nanogenerator Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry (Tuesday, October 19)
  • Lan Huang, UC-Irvine, Developing Cross-linking Mass Spectrometry for Interactomics and Structural Biology (Wednesday, October 20)

Mass Spec Mornings Oral Presentations

  • Nicole Beller, The Ohio State University, Spatial SILAC, establishing selective pulse chase-SILAC labeling of three-dimensional multicellular spheroids
  • Uri Keshet, University of California-Davis, Combining Electron Activation and Collision-Induced Dissociation Yields Massively Enriched Mass Spectra for >3,000 Metabolites
  • Yongseok Kim, The Ohio State University, Combinational open-source software application for unknown feature analysis for LC-MS based untargeted metabolomics
  • Nyasha Munjoma, Waters, Achieving comprehensive lipid profiling with a CCS, retention time and MS/MS library
  • Alex Grooms, The Ohio State University, Direct mass spectrometry analysis of isomeric lipids and free fatty acids via online plasma-droplet derivatization
  • Chris Harrilal, PNNL, Biological Science Division, Development of a computational software for ultra-high precision collisional cross section measurements

Note: MS posters will present during the MANA poster session.

About OMSS

The annual Ohio Mass Spectrometry Symposium (OMSS) was initiated in 2003 to promote opportunities for academic and industrial researchers in the region to present their findings, share information, discuss research challenges with colleagues, and spark new collaborations in the field of mass spectrometry. OSU’s Campus Chemical Instrumentation Center (CCIC) has served as host for the annual symposium, with support from generous sponsors.

Bringing mass spectrometry and metabolomics together

In 2017, the OSU Foods for Health initiative held an inaugural Conference on Food and Nutritional Metabolomics. With shared interests and synergies, Foods for Health joined forces with CCIC to hold the conference jointly with OMSS from 2017-2020, for a combined event titled the Ohio Mass Spectrometry and Metabolomics Symposium (OMSMS). In 2021, Foods for Health will host MANA 2021, and CCIC will continue the partnership, presenting the 18th Annual OMSS as “Mass Spec Mornings” in conjunction with MANA.

Save the dates October 12-13, 2022 for OMSMS 2022!

Past OMSMS Programs

2020 |20192018 | 2017