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Results for Young Scientist Travel Awards

 

On behalf of the Organising Committee of the Asia Oceania Mass Spectrometry Conference 2017, we thank you for your application for the Young Scientist Travel Award. All applications were thoroughly reviewed by the Scientific Committee and selection was based on a fair mixture of recipients in terms of research quality, experience, working position, home institution and country.

All Award recipient should have received an email from us. If your name is in the list but you have not received an email from us, please send email us at info@aomsc2017.org . Specific details to your presentation has been included in the email, thus is it very important that you have a copy of the email.

We are delighted to announce the following presenters whom have been selected as a Young Scientist Travel Award recipient:

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First Name
Last Name Organisation Abstract Title
1 Saurabh Attarde Savitribai Phule Pune University Cytotoxic Activity Of NN-32 Toxin From Indian Spectacled Cobra Venom On Human Breast Cancer Cell Lines
2 Lubna Azmi CSIR-NBRI Highly afficeant quantification of isoflavones, Formononetin and Biochanin A, and their conjugates in female and male rat plasma using LC-ESI-MS/MS: Application in pKa/pD study
3 Yunju Cho Green-Nano Materials Research Center Correlation analysis of oils sourced from different shale facies by GC and FT-ICR MS for geochemical maturation
4 Yongchuan Gu University of Auckland Proteomic profiling of predictive biomarkers for hypoxia-activated prodrugs in head & neck squamous cell carcinomas
5 Yechen Hu Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences Bis(zinc(II)-dipicolylamine) functionalized core-shell microspheres enabled comprehensive recognition of N-phosphopeptides under neutral condition
6 Isaac Kresse Northeastern University Inferring hydrogen-deuterium exchange with greater amino acid resolution using Poisson-fit overlapping peptides
7 Yan Chak Li The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Fast Similarity Measure of SWATH-MS by Cosine Similarity of Random Pairs(CS-RP)
8 Hongli Li Nanjing normal university Development of rapid and high throughput mass spectrometric-based technologies for multiple case studies
9 Huilin Li Institute of Genetics and of Molecular and Cellular Biology (IGBMC) Structure Refinement of the VDR-RXR-MED1 Nuclear Receptor Co-regulator Complex using Integrated Structural Mass Spectrometry
10 Li-En Lin National Taiwan University Image Fusion of MALDI MSI and Microscope Image for Molecular Mapping of Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment
11 Ian Loke Macquarie University Complementary LC-MS/MS strategies Reveal Unusual Immune-Modulating N-glycosylation of Human Neutrophil Elastase
12 Qiang Lyu Department of Chemistry, National Taiwan University Linking fecal metabolites and gut microbiota with liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry molecular networking
13 Venkateswara Reddy Narreddula Queensland University of Technology Rapid identification of isomeric fatty acids by mass spectrometry using novel fixed-charge photo-labile derivatives
14 Yu-Meng Ou Genomics Research Center, Academia Sinica Experimental Validation of Comprehensive Modeling for Ultrahigh Mass Resolution Linear Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry
15 Nari Seo GRAST/Chungnam National University Comparative analysis of functional components in Asian milk; Korean, Chinese, and Vietnamese
16 Pei Jean Tan Cancer Research Malaysia Defining the Pharmacokinetic Boundaries of Natural Anti-Cancer Compounds using Targeted Mass Spectrometry
17 Wei Wu Utrecht University Oxidation of protein tyrosine phosphatases during tissue regeneration
18 Hsin-Yi Wu Instrumentation Center, National Taiwan University Quantitative phosphoproteomic analysis reveals system-wide signaling networks in chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) B cells
19 Songlin Yu Peking Union Medical College Hospital Is It Necessary for All Samples to Quantify 25OHD2 and 25OHD3 Using LC-MS/MS in Clinical Practice?
20 Chao Zhao Hong Kong Baptist University Multi-omics and spatial imaging analysis reveal toxicological mechanisms of bisphenol F in breast cancer xenografts

Important information to note for all award recipient:

• The travel award presentation will take place on the Day 3 (13th December 2017) before the closing ceremony. Your attendance
  will be required for the award presentation.
• As a Young Scientist Travel Award recipient, attendance in the Young Scientist Forum (10th December 2017) is compulsory.
  Your Details of presentation slot can be found in the email sent.
• Please register for the conference as soon as possible in order to benefit from the early bird registration rate (which will end on 15th October 2017). Please also remember to indicate your attendance for the Young Scientist Forum.
• Please organise your travel and accommodation arrangements. Student accommodations are available   (http://nus.edu.sg/ohs/guests/index.php) but extremely limited, please book them as soon as possible
  (http://uhms.nus.edu.sg/Conference-Guest-Reg). For your reference, we have also listed some accommodation options on the
  conference website (http://www.aomsc2017.org/stay.html).
• Please remember to reply to the secretariat email by 22nd September 2017 to confirm your acceptance of the travel award, failing   which the award will be presented to candidates on the waiting list.        

 

 

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