(subject to change)

Sunday, August 20

6:00pm-9:00pm Doug Barofsky – Oregon State University, Emeritus
Cathy Costello – Boston University
Celebration of Professors

Monday, August 21

7:45am-8:30am Breakfast at Alumni Center
8:30am-8:35am Joe Beckman – Oregon State University
Introductory Remarks
8:35am-9:00am Roman Zubarev – Karolinska Institute
Electron Capture-based Dissociation: the first 25 years
9:10am-9:35am Takashi Baba – Sciex
Electron-activated dissociation in neutral plasma trapped in an RF ion trap
9:35am-9:50am Steven DeFiglia – University of Michigan
MALDI coupled with negative ion electron capture dissociation (niECD) for characterization of labile acidic biomolecules
9:55am-10:15am Break
10:15am-10:40am Brandon Routolo – University of Michigan
Combining Collision Induced Unfolding with Electron Capture Dissociation for Applications in Structural Biology
10:50am-11:15am Marius Kostelic – Ohio State University
Surface-Induced Dissociation with Electron Capture Charge Reduction in the analysis of large biological complexes
11:25am-11:50am Frederik Lermyte – Technical University of Darmstadt
Native-like cytochrome c oligomers undergo spontaneous gas-phase electron-based dissociation
12:00pm-1:30pm Lunch Provided and Posters
1:30pm-1:55pm Joe Loo – UCLA
Native Top-Down Mass Spectrometry with Electron Capture Dissociation: From Antibodies to Membrane Proteins
2:05pm-2:30pm Carter Lantz – Texas A&M
Digital Quadrupole Isolation with Subsequent Electron Capture Dissociation Provides Sequence and Structure Information on Protein Complexes
2:40pm-2:55pm Yuan Gao – Ohio State
Top-down ECD coupled with IM, SID, CIU, and SIU reveals higher order structures of protein complexes
3:00pm-3:15pm Break
3:15pm-3:40pm Kallol Gupta – Yale
Direct determination of membrane protein complexes from cellular membranes through native top-down mass spectrometer
3:50pm-4:15pm Adrian Guthals – e-MSion
Parameter-free Deconvolution Tailored for Electron-Based Fragmentation
6:00pm-9:00pm Buffet Dinner at “The Vue” Downtown Corvallis
Transportation Provided

Pickup at approx.: 5:30pm to 5:45pm
Hilton Garden Inn – 2500 SW Western Blvd, Corvallis, OR 97333
CH2M HILL Alumni Center – 725 SW 26th Street, Corvallis, OR 97331

Tuesday, August 22

7:45am-8:30am Breakfast at Alumni Center
8:30am-8:55am Ryan Julian – University of California, Riverside
Radical-directed dissociation (RDD) for top-down proteomics
9:05am-9:30am Albert Lebedev – MASSECO, Slovenia
Tandem mass spectrometry in the de novo sequencing of natural non-tryptic amphibian peptides
9:30am-9:45am Sarah Brandner – Technical University of Darmstadt
Native MS reveals unique gas-phase radical reaction between amyloid β and Cu(II)
9:50am-10:10am Break
10:10am-10:35am Blaine Roberts – Emory University
Probing Post-Translational Modifications in Neurodegenerative Diseases: Insights gained from UV Photodissociation and Electron Transfer Dissociation
10:45am-11:10am Ian Webb – University of Indiana
Exploiting Chemical Modifications for Structural Elucidation by Mass Spectrometry Equipped with Low-Energy Electrons
11:20am-11:45am Kicki Hakansson – University of Michigan
Keeping Track of Hydrogen Radicals: Implications for Dissociation Outcomes and Spectral Interpretation
12:00pm-1:30pm Lunch Provided and Posters
1:30pm-1:55pm I. Jonathan Amster – University of Georgia
Electron-Based Dissociation and UV Photodissociation of Glycosaminoglycans
2:05pm-2:30pm Nick Riley – University of Washington
Improvements in glycoproteomics through architecture changes to the Tribrid MS platform
2:40pm-3:00pm Stanislau Stanisheuski
Electron-based Fragmentation Methods for the Mapping of Protein Adducts with Benzo[a]pyrene Diol Epoxide in human plasma
3:00pm-3:15pm Break
3:15pm-3:40pm Cathy Costello – Boston University
Glycopeptides and electron fragmentation
3:50pm-4:10pm Rick Cooley – Oregon State University
Genetic Code Expansion to Probe Protein Structure and Post Translational Modifications
4:15pm-4:35pm Rachel Franklin – e-MSion/Agilent
Electron Fragmentation of the Highly Phosphorylated SARS-CoV Nucleocapsid
4:40pm-5:20pm Walking Tour of OSU, Genetic Code Expansion and MS Facility
6:00pm-9:00pm Dinner at Tyee Wine Cellars
Transportation Provided

Pickup at approx.: 5:30pm to 5:45pm
Hilton Garden Inn – 2500 SW Western Blvd, Corvallis, OR 97333
CH2M HILL Alumni Center – 725 SW 26th Street, Corvallis, OR 97331

Wednesday, August 23

7:45am-8:30am Breakfast at Alumni Center
8:30am-8:55am Yury Tsybin – Spectroswiss
Improved glycoprotein analysis via advanced data acquisition and processing in ExD Orbitrap FTMS
9:05am-9:30am Frank Sobott – University of Leeds
Conformation-sensitive fragmentation with ExD and UVPD
9:40am-9:55am Samantha Shepherd – University of Oregon
Investigation of capillary position on unintentional in-source unfolding and dissociation of native protein ions
10:00am-10:15am Break
10:15am-10:40am Frantisek Turicek
DNA cation radicals by electron transfer and photodissociation action spectroscopy
10:50am-11:15am Josh Hinkle – ThermoFisher
Low Mathieu q Resonant CID as an Efficient Supplemental Activation Strategy for Oligonucleotide Radical Anions
11:25am-11:40am Menatallah Youssef – University of Michigan
Direct determination of tyrosine sulfation sites in proteomic analysis
11:45am-12:00pm Ankit Jain – Emory
Identification and characterization of iso-aspartate peptides in human tissue using ion mobility and electron fragmentation strategies
12:00pm-1:00pm Lunch
1:00pm -1:15pm Joe Beckman – Oregon State University
Introduction to the paradoxical specificity of oxidative tyrosine nitration
1:15pm-1:40pm Ivan Chu – University of Hong Kong
Site-Specificity and Regio-Selectivity of Radical-Mediated Tyrosine Nitration: Insights from Isomeric Structures
1:50pm-2:15pm Andreas Ding – Boehringer Mannheim
Synthetic Peptide Therapeutics: Examples for common challenges in drug development
2:25pm-2:50pm Matt Bush – University of Washington
Differentiating Biomolecules Using Charge-State Manipulation, Collisional Activation, and Ion Mobility – Mass Spectrometry
3:00pm-3:25pm Jim Prell – University of Oregon
Preparing Ions for Enhanced ExD and UVPD: Design Principles from an Improved Impulsive Collision Model
3:30pm-4:00pm Closing Remarks
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