The goal of this monthly workshop is to provide a medium for discussion for our faculty and students and allow them to be exposed to new and exciting research in the field of mass spectrometry with a focus on food/nutrition/environment and agriculture. Held once a month from 12-1 pm on a Wednesday, we hope this will be an enlightening hour for all those who participate.
Open to everyone! Anyone interested in learning more about Mass Spectrometry and its applications will obtain a great deal from these monthly workshops.
Multi-mycotoxin LC-MS methods: pushing the limits of sensitivity and selectivity in complex samples
Speaker: Dr. Dajana Vuckovic, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Concordia University
Dajana Vuckovicis an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry at Concordia University. She holds the Concordia University Research Chair in Clinical Metabolomics, Biomarkers and Preventive Health, and is the Director of the Centre for Biological Applications of Mass Spectrometry. Vuckovic's group focuses on the development of new and improved methods to study low abundance metabolome in biological fluids and tissues and biomarker discovery and validation for clinical and preventive health applications.
For more information: nausheen.sadiq [at] mail.mcgill.ca (Nausheen Sadiq); anca.baesu [at] mail.mcgill.ca (Anca Baesu); stephane.bayen [at] mcgill.ca (Professor Stephane Bayen)