2017 Final Program
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The Analytical and Economic Challenges of Maintaining Food Safety in a Global Supply Chain; Janie Dubois, University of Maryland, JIFSAN

Spectroscopy Magazine's Emerging Leader in Molecular Spectroscopy Award. The Small Matter of Bioanalysis:  Adventures at Less Than 10 nm with Quantum Dots and/or FRET; Russ Algar, University of British Columbia

Ellis R. Lippincott Award Plenary. Vibrational Engineering: From Superlattices to Coherent and Squeezed Phonons; Roberto Merlin, University of Michigan

Sir George Stokes Award Plenary. Tackling Global Health Challenges with Biosensor Technologies; Tony Cass, Imperial College London

Charles Mann Award for Applied Raman Spectroscopy. Mann up, SERS Can be Useful!; Duncan Graham, University of Strathclyde

Coblentz Society Craver Award. The Technology Behind Coherent 2D IR Spectroscopy and its Application to Amyloid Diseases; Martin Zanni, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Applied Spectroscopy William F. Meggers Award.  Infrared Response of Sub-Micron-Scale Structures of Poly (Oxymethylene): Surface Polaritons in Polymers; Naoto Nagai, Industrial Research Institute of Niigata Prefecture

Lester W. Strock Award.  The Wonderful World of High-Precision Isotopic Analysis using Multi-Collector ICP-MS; Frank Vanhaecke, Ghent University

ANACHEM AwardDevelopment of Ultraviolet Photodissociation Mass Spectrometry for Characterization of Proteins; Jennifer Brodbelt, University of Texas at Austin

AES Mid Career Award.  Using Microchip Electrophoresis and Electrochemical Detection to Investigate Cellular Communication; R. Scott Martin, Saint Louis University

Announcement of the 2017 Innovation Award winner
Closing Session: The New Vision of Analytical Science by the World

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SciX 2017 Sessions and Abstracts:

Monday , October 9

17BIM03: Analytical Sciences in Molecular Biology

Location: Nevada 7
3:50 pm
Fluorescence microscopy for biomedical applications: Imaging nanoparticle-cell interactions
Nanoparticles offer exciting new approaches for biomedicine ranging from drug delivery to cellular imaging. Understanding how they interact with cells requires fluorescence microscopy.
Christine Payne1; 1Georgia Tech
4:10 pm
SERS Optophysiology of small organic metabolites in biosensing applications
Novel SERS technique for biomedical measurements
Jean-Francois Masson1, Felix Lussier1, Benjamin Charron1, Dimitris Missirlis, Joachim Spatz, Thibault Brulé; 1Universite de Montreal
4:30 pm
Resonance Raman and Fluorescence Studies of Membrane Proteins
This presentation illustrates the breadth of information from vibrational and fluorescence methods.
Judy Kim1; 1UC San Diego
4:50 pm
Imaging lipid turnover rates in mouse brains with desorption electrospray ionization mass spectrometry
This is a powerful new technique for the study of lipid metabolism
Paul Farnsworth1, Richard Carson1, Charlotte Lewis1, Mercede Erickson1, Anna Zagieboylo1, Bradley Naylor1, Kelvin Lee1, John Price1; 1Brigham Young University
5:10 pm
Investigating Photophysical Properties Associated with Bumble Bee Venom Antimicrobial Peptide-Membrane Interactions
Matthew Roberson1, Devin Smith1, Simon White1, Ian Wallace1, Matthew Tucker1; 1University of Nevada, Reno