The 2015 spring meeting will be organized together with the Werkgroep Klinische Massaspectrometrie, part of the NVKC, and will take place on Tuesday April 14th at the LUMC in Leiden. Theme: Clinical Mass Spectrometry. The spring meeting offers young researchers the opportunity to present their research results in a poster. The best poster will be rewarded with a poster prize.
|09:30||Registration / Coffee|
|10:00||Welcome||dr. Rob Vreeken|
|10:05||Targeted Proteomics in Laboratory Medicine: about biomarker pipelines and lifelines||dr. Christa Cobbaert||LUMC, Leiden|
|10:30||Simultaneous determination of protein affinity and heterogeneity by capillary electrophoresis–mass spectrometry||dr. Rob Haselberg||VU, Amsterdam|
|10:55||A role for adrenic acid in the resolution phase of inflammation||dr. Martin Giera||LUMC, Leiden|
|11:20||Advances in clinical proteomics in breast cancer research||dr. Arzu Umar||Erasmus University Rotterdam|
|11:45||Lunch / posters|
|13:30||A new approach in hair forensics: Longitudinal scanning of drugs of abuse in hair using DART‐MS||
NVMS conference fund winner:
|13:40||Peptide fragmentation mechanisms by infrared ion spectroscopy: recent developments||
NVMS conference fund winner:
dr. Jonathan Martens
|Radboud University, Nijmegen|
|13:50||Development, validation and application of a quantitative LC-MS/MS method for insulin like growth factor-1 in human plasma.||Kees Bronsema||RUG, Groningen|
|14:15||Coffee / Posters|
|14:45||High throughput clinical glycomics||dr. Manfred Wuhrer||VU, Amsterdam||dr. Maarten Altelaar|
|15:10||Next Generation Metabolic Screening||prof. dr. Ron Wevers||Radboud University, Nijmegen|
|15:35||Advanced Ti4+-IMAC (phospho)proteomics to identify novel melanoma companion drug targets and uncover phosphorylation dynamics and pathway dependence in senescence signaling||dr. Violette Gautier||Utrecht University|
|15:55||Poster Award / Afsluiting||dr. Rob Vreeken|
|16:00||Borrel / Drinks|
The fee is €10,- which must be payed on site.
Leids Universitair Medisch Centrum (LUMC)
2333 ZA Leiden
The LUMC is located behind Leiden’s Central Station and is within walking distance. All regional buses to Leiden stop at the Central Station in Leiden.
Some buses stop in front of the LUMC, at Bargelaan (behind the station). All buses stop at the bus station in front of the station.
For up-to-date information on public transport you can phone the Public Transport travel info line 0900-9292 (in Dutch, 75 cents per minute) or look on the internet: Openbaar Vervoer Informatie (in Dutch).
How to get there by car
Coming from Rotterdam (A13, A4):
Take the A13 and then the A4 towards Amsterdam; exit at junction 6a (Zoeterwoude-Rijndijk, Leiden-Oost) and turn left. At the end of the road, turn right and follow the signposting (‘H-Ziekenhuizen’).
Coming from Utrecht (A12, N11):
Take the A12 and at Bodegraven take the exit for Leiden (N11). At the end of the N11, turn right and follow the signposting (‘H-Ziekenhuizen’).
Coming from The Hague (N44, A44):
From The Hague, take the N44 (which turns into the A44) and exit it at junction 8 (Leiden, Noordwijk, Katwijk); turn right and follow the signposting (‘H-Ziekenhuizen’).
Coming from Amsterdam (A4, A44):
Take the A4 and then the A44 in the direction of Leiden-West. Exit the A44 at junction 8 (Leiden, Noordwijk, Katwijk, N206), turn left and go under the viaduct. Follow the signposting (‘H-Ziekenhuizen’).