Call for Student Speakers for the workshop “Imaging Mass Spetrometry Data Analysis and Interpretation”

Are you going to American Society For Mass Spectrometry (ASMS) this year? Are you interested in Imaging Mass Spectrometry Data Analysis and Interpretation? Are you ready to tackle this challenge that we are facing with our (big) data?

Most importantly: are you a motivated young researcher / student?

Then this call is for you! (warning: deadline April 27th)

Dear All,

The Imaging MS Interest Group workshop at ASMS in San Diego this year will be held on Wednesday evening at 5:45 p.m. (Room 32 AB) and will address the big question:

Imaging Mass Spectrometry Data Analysis and Interpretation:
Are You Getting the Most out of Your Data?

In this workshop, we will discuss some of the latest developments and strategies in computational analysis of IMS data including statistical methods, anatomical/histological correlation, and molecular annotation.  We will have several experts in these areas give short presentations to facilitate discussion.  Additionally, we would like to give students the opportunity for short presentations (5 min./2-3 slides) on their perspectives of IMS data analysis and interpretation, including insights or any challenges and limitations they face in these areas.  If you are interested in participating please contact us as soon as possible (before Friday, April 27th) with a brief description (1-2 sentences) of what you would like to discuss.

Thank you and best regards,

Reid Groseclose and Martina Marchetti-Deschmann

If you are interested in participating or have any questions, please contact us via email:

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