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:

Wednesday , October 11

17FORENS03: Proteomics for Forensic Analysis

Location: Nevada 6
3:50 pm
Overview of Proteomic Approaches to Forensics at LLNL
LLNL is developing methods that use protein sequence information as a DNA surrogate for individual identification in a forensic setting.
Katelyn Mason1, Deon Anex1, Glendon Parker13, Bradley Hart1; 1Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, 2Protein Based Identification Technologies, 3University of California Davis
4:10 pm
Proteomic Approaches to Increasing the Value of Hair Shaft Evidence
A proteomic approach to improved indivudal human identification from hair shaft evidence
Robert Rice1, Pei-Wen Wu1, Tempest Plott1, Zachary Goecker1, Glendon Parker1; 1University of California Davis
4:30 pm
Combing mass spectrometry protein analysis and DNA PCR-STR testing for contact traces
The approach maximises testing for low amounts of biological material on contact evidence.
Mechthild Prinz1, Steven Kranes1, Stacey Ann Sterling1, Glendon Parker2, Katelyn Mason3, Deon Anex3, Bradley Hart3; 1John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 2UC Davis, 3Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
4:50 pm
“NextGen Serology: Leveraging Mass Spectrometry for Protein Based Human Body Fluid Identification
Provides fast, sensitive and confirmatory identification of biological fluids for forensic applications.
Phillip Danielson1, Kevin Legg2, Heather McKiernan12; 1University of Denver , 2Center for Forensic Science Research and Education
5:10 pm
High-throughput Screening for Lipid Biomarker Discovery in Novel Arabidopsis thaliana Signaling Pathway
Identification of lipid biomarkers in FERONIA pathway using high-throughput mass spectrometry techniques
Rebecca Hansen1, Hongqing Guo1, Yanhai Yin1, Young-Jin Lee1; 1Iowa State University