PNACIC News & Events
3rd Annual MANA Summer Symposium, September 10, 2021
The theme of the symposium was “Novel Analytical Strategies for Scoring Confidence in Compound Annotation.” Tom Metz gave an invited presentation titled, “Multi-dimensional mass spectrometry measurements and standards-free compound identification: the good, the bad, and the ugly.” Jessica Bade gave an invited oral presentation titled, "Drift Time Shift Modeling in IMS-MS/MS Fragmentation Matching" and Sean Colby presented the poster, "DEIMoS: An Open Source Tool for Processing High-Dimensional Mass Spectrometry Data -- Updates and Improvement."
International Society of Exposure Science 30th Annual Meeting, Oakland, CA, September 20-24, 2020
Tom Metz co-chaired a symposium called "The Chemical Space in Exposure Assessments." This symposium showcased tools and methods for assessing the exposome and characterization of its full chemical space.
MANA 2020, September 14-16, 2020
Sean Colby and Felicity Nielson spoke at the 2020 virtual conference of the Metabolomics Association of North America, along with 10 other researchers from PNNL. Colby's talk was titled "DEIMoS: an open-source tool for processing high-dimensional mass spectrometry data," and Nielson gave a lightning talk on her poster "Exploring conformer selection for accurate in silico chemical property prediction." Her poster was ultimately one of ten chosen as best from among all conference presenters.
NIH Metabolomics Scientific Interest Group Webinar, June 16, 2020
Tom Metz gave a talk titled "Shifting the Metabolomics Paradigm: Exploiting Computationally Predicted Metabolite Reference Data for Comprehensive Metabolomics."
Nutrition 2020, virtual meeting sponsored by the American Society for Nutrition, June 2, 2020
Tom Metz was an invited speaker in a symposium titled "Advances in Untargeted Metabolomics and Compound Identification: Implications for Nutrition Research."
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May 20, 2020
ISiCLE and standards-free metabolomics highlighted in the Metabolomics Society newsletter