Jim Prell gives workshop and research talks at Advancing Mass Spectrometry 2019

Jim recently attended the second biannual Advancing Mass Spectrometry conference in Amherst, MA in July. This conference featured numerous talks from world-class speakers on the latest in native mass spectrometry, glycomics, and other exciting topics. Jim gave two talks at the Native Mass Spectrometry workshop held on the Sunday of the conference (one on gas-phase ion activation methods, and one on software for native mass spectrum deconvolution) as well as an invited talk on the Prell Group’s latest research. The conference was a huge success, thanks to the hard work of all the organizers, including and especially Prof. Richard Vachet (UMass Amherst).

Sean Cleary gives talk at ACS NORM in Portland

Sean gave a talk on his latest work deconvolving extremely congested mass spectra (using iFAMS) at the Northwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society in Portland, OR in June. His talk covered the use of Gabor Transform to simplify interpretation of native protein mass spectra, including those acquired from electrospray ionization out of non-volatile salt buffers.