Okinawa Analytical Instrument Network Meeting 2019


Friday, November 22, 2019 - 12:25 to 16:45


B250, CB


As the annual event of Instrumental Analysis Section (IAS) of OIST, IAS host the half day workshop (Okinawa Analytical Instrument Network Meeting 2019) on Friday, November 22, 2019 with the collaboration of Instrumental Research Facility of University of the Ryukyus and analytical instrument facilities in Okinawa region.  This years’ OIST part topic is Mass Spectrometry (MS) with OMICS.  We will have five lectures with practical discussion by researchers and technicians. IAS also would like to invite all OIST researcher for this workshop and make the enthusiastic discussion.

Note: We highly recommend to make the registration from our website.  The workshop is sponsored by Thermo Fisher Scientific and WINX.  They will give us a small souvenir for participant, but the number is limited. The person with registration is guaranteed to have the souvenir.


Date: Friday, November 22, 2019

Venue: B250



Open Door


Opening Remarks


Introduction Lecture - Dr. Andreas Huhmer (Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.)
“High-Throughput Single Cell Proteomics Analysis with Nanodroplet Sample Processing, Multiplex TMT labeling, and Ultra-Sensitive LC-MS analysis in a New Orbitrap Tribrid Mass Spectrometer.”


Lecture - Prof. Yet-Ran Chen (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
“Development of MS-Based OMICs Approaches for the Study of Plant Immune Signaling”


Lecture - Prof. Newman Siu Kwan SZE (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
“emHILIC-MS/MS proteomics technology for profiling deamidatome to unravel proteinopathy in complex age-related diseases”


Lecture - Dr. Benjamin C. Orsburn (University of Virginia Medical School, U.S.A.)
“Best Practices for Maximum Protein Coverage and Reproducible Measurements in Shotgun Proteomics”


Lecture - Prof. Takeshi Bamba (Kyushu University, Japan)
“Development of metabolic profiling methodologies by supercritical fluid technologies”


Closing Remarks

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