Speakers:

Francois
Dr Yannis FRANCOIS
Session chair, Short course lecturer, Poster presenter
University of Strasbourg

Guillarme
Dr Davy GUILLARME
Session chair, Short course lecturer
University of Geneva

Protein biopharmaceuticals are macromolecules with a therapeutic effect, which are now more and more commonly used for the treatment of various diseases including cancer, diabetes, infection, inflammatory, and autoimmune disorders. However, protein biopharmaceuticals have a complexity far exceeding that of small molecule drugs. The goal of this short course is to introduce the general concepts about therapeutic proteins and provide some useful information on the analytical platforms that have to be used for their characterization. Among them, liquid chromatography (i.e. ion exchange, size exclusion, hydrophobic interaction, hydrophilic interaction, and reversed phase liquid chromatography) as well as capillary electrophoresis (i.e. capillary zone electrophoresis, gel capillary electrophoresis, capillary isoelectic focusing), coupled or not with mass spectrometry will be largely covered. Numerous applications to monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) and antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) will be used to illustrate the advantages and limitations of these diverse analytical approaches.

This workshop is suited for beginners in the field of protein biopharmaceuticals characterization, but with a good theoretical knowledge of liquid chromatography, capillary electrophoresis and their hyphenation to mass spectrometry. The workshop also covers a number of advanced analytical approaches, which can also be of interest for more experienced users in proteins analysis. During this short-course, you will also have the opportunity to discuss specific refinements with the lectrurers.

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Speakers:

Barbas 2
Prof. Coral BARBAS
Plenary Lecture speaker, Short course lecturer
Center for Metabolomics and Bioanalysis (CEMBIO) Universidad San Pablo CEU - Madrid, Spain

Rudaz
Prof. Serge RUDAZ
Symposium chair, Short course lecturer, Workshop speaker
University of Geneva

The untargeted analysis of all the metabolites that change under a pathophysiological situation, or any wanted or unwanted action produced on a biological system, requires specific tools. In this short course, we will introduce the general concept of Metabolomics and it’s workflow. The main analytical platforms that are used, based on mass spectrometry will be presented, together with an introduction to the multivariate data analysis as well as Identification strategy of the instrumental signals to transform them into a name with a biological interpretation.

This short course is suited for anyone interested in starting, improving or tailoring metabolomics workflows. Although a previous background on metabolomics is desirable, the workshop covers the principles of each step on the workflow. During the workshop you will also have the opportunity to dicsuss advanced topics and specific refinements with the lecturers. 

When you enter the virtual room, make sure your camera is on (your audio will be automatically muted). The short course lecturers are the host of the session and will give you the flow if you have questions and unmute your audio.

You can download the course handhout with the following links: PART 1, PART 2, PART 3, PART 4, PART 5 and PART 6.

Speakers:

Roussel
Dr Jean-Marc ROUSSEL
Short course lecturer
JM Roussel, Macon, France

Although the EMA (2012), FDA (2018) and ICH M10 (Draft-2019) guidelines on Bioanalytical Methods Validation give clear statements on the validation design and methodology, the emergence of the Analytical Quality by Design (AQbD) and Target Measurement Uncertainty (TMU) concepts may confuse the analysts when coming to their bioanalytical methods validation stage. In this short-course we will describe the AQbD principles and explain how the EMA and FDA requirements can be included in this method development and lifecycle assessment workflow. We will particularly focus on the Accuracy characteristic and demonstrate how a simultaneous assessment of Precision and Trueness can provide the analyst with the Accuracy information, by means of the Total Error concept. Measurement Uncertainty is nowadays becoming a major concern in analytical and bioanalytical methods development, we will explain how this information can be extracted from the method validation results, using a balanced validation design such as those described in the EMA and FDA guidelines. We will also discuss about the use of this information in routine analysis and its role in decision making once the analytical result is obtained.

This short-course is suited for all anyone involved in bioanalytical methods development and validation. Although a previous knowledge on basic statistics is desirable, the short-course covers the principles of each calculation involved in the process. During this short-course, you will also have the opportunity to discuss specific refinements with the lecturer.

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Speakers:

Aebersold
Prof. Ruedi AEBERSOLD
Plenary Lecture speaker
ETH Zurich and Faculty of Science, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Rudaz
Prof. Serge RUDAZ
Symposium chair, Short course lecturer, Workshop speaker
University of Geneva

Taverna
Prof. Myriam TAVERNA
Symposium chair
University of Paris-Saclay

04.30 pm CEST - Opening Ceremony MSB 2020. Myriam Taverna & Serge Rudaz

04.40 pm CEST - Housekeeping rules, interactive tools and participant challenge.

04.45 pm CEST - Introduction & moderation. Myriam Taverna

04.50 pm CEST - The modular proteome and its biological significance. Ruedi Aebersold

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Speakers:

Rohrbasser
Prof. Claude ROHRBASSER
Workshop speaker
PHARMELP

Roth
Mr Samuel ROTH
Workshop speaker
HEIA-FR

Rudaz
Prof. Serge RUDAZ
Symposium chair, Short course lecturer, Workshop speaker
University of Geneva

Vorlet
Prof. Olivier VORLET
Workshop speaker
HEIA-FR

In this workshop, a new generation open-source CE will be presented. This prototype, intended to be evolutionary and sustainable, was created by the University of Applied Sciences of Fribourg (Western Switzerland) in collaboration with the University of Geneva (Switzerland) and the Geneva University Hospitals (Switzerland). This CE device was conceived to help developing countries to fight falsified or sub-standard medicines, but it could also be useful for educational purposes. Interested users will get acquainted with the instrument, understand it and get trained on how to repair it. The new prototype includes a renewable energy source to make it independent from local supply, and an integrated software to simplify data treatment and reporting. Components are stardard and interchangeable, so they could be replaced by a local solution or easily available parts found on the Internet.

05.30 pm CEST - Introduction. Serge Rudaz

05.35 pm CEST - Workshop. Part 1. Samuel Roth

05.55 pm CEST - Q&A. Samuel Roth, Olivier Vorlet, Claude Rorhbasser, Serge Rudaz

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Speakers:

Stevens
Prof. Molly STEVENS
Plenary Lecture speaker
Imperial College

Smadja
Prof. Claire SMADJA
Session chair, Poster presenter
Paris-Saclay University

This lecture is brought to you by

10.30 am CEST - Introduction & moderation. Claire Smadja

10.35 am CEST - Designing materials for ultrasensitive biosensing. Molly Stevens

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Speakers:

Cottet
Prof. Hervé COTTET
Session chair, Oral communication speaker
University of Montpellier, Montpellier, France

Ferre
Mrs Sabrina FERRE
Oral communication speaker
University of Geneva

Lechner
Mr Antony LECHNER
Oral communication speaker
LSMIS

Neusuess
Prof. Christian NEUSUSS
Session chair, Oral communication speaker
Aalen University, Aalen, Germany

Ramautar
Dr Rawi RAMAUTAR
Oral communication speaker, Ceremony speaker
Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands

Ramsey
Prof. Michael RAMSEY
Keynote speaker
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, United States of America

This session is brought to you by

11.15 am CEST - Introduction & moderation. Christian Neusüss

11.20 am CEST - Microchip CE: characterizing molecules large-to-small using mass spectrometers large-to-small. Michael Ramsey KN

11.45 am CEST - Quantification of protein adsorption and optimization of separations in CE and CE-MS. Hervé Cottet

12.00 pm CEST - Evaluation of a nanoflow interface based on the triple-tube coaxial sheath-flow sprayer. Sabrina Ferré YS

12.15 pm CEST - Profiling nucleotides in low numbers of mammalian cells by sheathless CE-MS in positive ion mode: circumventing corona discharge. Rawi Ramautar

12.30 pm CEST - Characterization of post-transcriptional RNA modifications by capillary electrophoresis - tandem mass spectrometry. Antony Lechner YS

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Speakers:

Guillarme
Dr Davy GUILLARME
Session chair, Short course lecturer
University of Geneva

Hen
Mr Karsten HENDRIKS
Oral communication speaker
SCIEX

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Prof. Zhengjin JIANG
Session chair, Oral communication speaker
Jinan University

Kendall
Mrs Kendall JOHNSON
Oral communication speaker
Northeastern University

R%e2%88%9a%e2%88%82mer
Mrs Jennifer ROMER
Oral communication speaker
Aalen University, Aalen, Germany

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Dr Koen SANDRA
Keynote speaker
RIC

This session is brought to you by

It covers a number of advanced analytical approaches and applications in the field of protein biopharmaceuticals characterization. The keynote lecture introduces some general concepts about therapeutic proteins analysis and provides insights on the use of micropillar array columns in nano-LC coupled with mass spectrometry for monoclonal antibodies characterization. The four oral presentations highlight some innovative analytical approaches for biopharmaceuticals, including i) the use of CZE-MS for charge variants analysis, ii) the possibility to perform 2D capillary electrophoresis, iii) the analysis of mAb products at low concentration in biological matrixes using capillary electrophoresis, and iv) the possibility to use Fab specific biomaterials for mAb capture and analysis.

11.15 am CEST - Introduction & moderation. Davy Guillarme

11.20 am CEST - In-depth characterization of biopharmaceuticals using micropillar array columns combined with mass spectrometry. Koen Sandra KN

11.45 am  CEST - Charge variant analysis of monoclonal antibodies by CZE-MS under native conditions. Kendall Johnson YS

12.00 pm CEST - Online mass spectrometry of CE(SDS)-separated proteins by two-dimensional capillary electrophoresis. Jennifer Römer YS

12.15 pm CEST - Detection of a reduced monoclonal antibody (mAb) at low ng/ml concentrations in biological samples by CESI-MS. Karsten Hendriks

12.30 pm CEST - Fab-specific peptide functionalized biomaterials for mAbs capture and analysis. Zhengjin Jiang

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Speakers:

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Prof. Michael ROPER
Keynote speaker, Tutorial speaker
Florida State University, Tallahassee, United States of America

Ross
Mrs Philippa ROSS
Tutorial speaker
Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, United Kingdom

This tutorial is brought to you by 

It provides Editors’ insights on how to publish impactful work and give the opportunity for attendees to ask questions about publishing, the peer review process, etc.

12.50 pm CEST - Introduction & Tutorial. Philippa Ross (Executive Editor, Lab on a ChipAnalyst and Analytical Methods)

01.10 pm CEST - Q&A. Michael Roper (Associate Editor, Analytical Methods)

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Speakers:

Fillet
Prof. Marianne FILLET
Session chair, Seminar speaker
University of Liege

Nicar
Mr Henri NICAR
Seminar speaker
AGILENT

This seminar is organized by 

It covers the use of CE for characterization and quantitative analysis of active molecules, drugs and biopharmaceuticals. First the features and improvements in interface design are presented for the direct CE-MS coupling in the field of protein biopharmaceuticals characterization. Then a keynote lecture illustrates the latest approaches that CE can offer in different drug discovery frames and added value for QC of complex and innovative therapies, such as biopharmaceuticals. This seminar gives also the opportunity for attendees to ask questions to the speakers about AGILENT CE and CE-MS systems and solutions in the field of pharma and biopharma.

03.00 pm CEST - Introduction. Henri Nicar

03.05 pm CEST - Charge heterogeneity characterization with cIEF-MS. Henri Nicar

03.15 pm CEST - Contribution of capillary electrophoresis in the context of drug development and quality control. Marianne Fillet

03.35 pm CEST - Q&A. Henri Nicar & Marianne Fillet

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Speakers:

Britz
Prof. Philip BRITZ-MCKIBBIN
Session chair, Oral communication speaker
McMaster University

Erny
Dr Guillaume ERNY
Oral communication speaker, Poster presenter
LEPABE/FEUP

Guttman
Dr Andras GUTTMAN
Oral communication speaker
Sciex

Ivanov
Prof. Alexander IVANOV
Session chair, Oral communication speaker
Northeastern University, Barnett Institute, Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, College of Science

Jooss
Dr Kevin JOOSS
Oral communication speaker
Northwestern University

Marto
Prof. Jarrod MARTO
Keynote speaker
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School

This session is brought to you by

03.50 pm CEST - Introduction & moderation. Alexander Ivanov

03.55 pm CEST - Adventures in multidimensional fractionation for quantitative proteomics. Jarrod Marto KN

04.20 pm CEST - Metabolic trajectories following contrasting diets from food provisions: identifying robust biomarkers of habitual diet. Philip Britz-Mc Kibbin

04.35 pm CEST - Genomics meets glycomics: a comprehensive omics approach for lung cancer biomarker discovery. Anna Farkas & Andras Guttman

04.50 pm CEST - Native capillary electrophoresis top-down mass spectrometry for the characterization of proteoforms and their complexes. Kevin Jooss YS

05.05 pm CEST - Computer-assisted LC(CE)-HRMS tools for untargeted analysis: sources of errors and strategies to overcome them. Guillaume Erny

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Speakers:

Fillet
Prof. Marianne FILLET
Session chair, Seminar speaker
University of Liege

Lock copy
Prof. Stephen LOCK
Oral communication speaker, Poster presenter
Sciex / Uni of Pannonia

Malburet
Mrs Camille MALBURET
Oral communication speaker
IBMM/Sanofi Pasteur

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Mr Lukas NAUMANN
Oral communication speaker
University of Aalen

Roper copy
Prof. Michael ROPER
Keynote speaker, Tutorial speaker
Florida State University, Tallahassee, United States of America

Sadighi
Mrs Raya SADIGHI
Oral communication speaker
Vrije University Amsterdam

This session is brought to you by

03.50 pm CEST - Introduction. Marianne Fillet

03.55 pm CEST - Quantitative microscale analytical systems to aid in drug development. Mike Roper KN

04.20 pm CEST - Direct analysis of glycosylation pattern of intact antibodies in cell supernatant with LC-MS or CE-MS. Lukas Naumann 

04.35 pm CEST - The use of capillary electrophoresis in gene therapy product testing. Stephen Lock

04.50 pm CEST - Characterization of antigen-adjuvant interactions in vaccines by Taylor dispersion analysis. Camille Malburet YS

05.05 pm CEST - Fast and robust quality assessment of therapeutic monoclonal antibodies using size exclusion chromatography-mass spectrometry. Raya Sadighi

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Speakers:

Rohrbasser
Prof. Claude ROHRBASSER
Workshop speaker
PHARMELP

Roth
Mr Samuel ROTH
Workshop speaker
HEIA-FR

Rudaz
Prof. Serge RUDAZ
Symposium chair, Short course lecturer, Workshop speaker
University of Geneva

Vorlet
Prof. Olivier VORLET
Workshop speaker
HEIA-FR

In this workshop, a new generation open-source CE will be presented. This prototype, intended to be evolutionary and sustainable, was created by the University of Applied Sciences of Fribourg (Western Switzerland) in collaboration with the University of Geneva (Switzerland) and the Geneva University Hospitals (Switzerland). This CE device was conceived to help developing countries to fight falsified or sub-standard medicines, but it could also be useful for educational purposes. Interested users will get acquainted with the instrument, understand it and get trained on how to repair it. The new prototype includes a renewable energy source to make it independent from local supply, and an integrated software to simplify data treatment and reporting. Components are stardard and interchangeable, so they could be replaced by a local solution or easily available parts found on the Internet.

05.30 pm CEST - Introduction. Serge Rudaz

05.35 pm CEST - Workshop. Part 2. Claude Rorhbasser

05.55 pm CEST - Q&A. Samuel Roth, Olivier Vorlet, Claude Rorhbasser, Serge Rudaz

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06:05 pm CEST - Posters 1 to 22

06:35 pm CEST - Posters 23 to 44

07:05 pm CEST - Posters 45 to 66

07:35 pm CEST - Posters 67 to 88

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Speakers:

Batzin
Dr Damien BAZIN
Oral communication speaker, Poster presenter
Chromatotec

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Prof. Juliane HOLLENDER
Keynote speaker
Eawag & ETH Zurich

Mai
Dr Thanh Duc MAI
Session chair
University of Paris-Saclay, Chatenay Malabry, France

Neusuess
Prof. Christian NEUSUSS
Session chair, Oral communication speaker
Aalen University, Aalen, Germany

Still copy
Mrs Kristina STILL
Oral communication speaker
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

This session is brought to you by

09.00 pm CEST - Introduction & moderation. Thanh Duc Mai

09.05 pm CEST - HPLC coupled to high resolution mass spectrometry (HRMS) has boosted environmental research. Juliane Hollender KN

09.30 pm CEST - Closing the Gap: enrichment-free analysis of anionic persistent and mobile organic compounds in the sub-ppb range in drinking water by CE-HRMS. Christian Neusüß

09.45 pm CEST - Parallel coupling of nano-liquid chromatography with microarray bioassays and nano-electrospray mass spectrometry for untargeted screening of toxic compounds. Kristina Still YS

10.00 pm CEST - Development of a miniature and air-transportable liquid chromatograph with UV detector: crude oil characterisation by GPC-UV. Damien Bazin

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Speakers:

Gottarddini
Mr Andrea GOTTARDINI
Oral communication speaker
Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1

Jiang copy
Prof. Zhengjin JIANG
Session chair, Oral communication speaker
Jinan University

Massolini
Prof. Gabriella MASSOLINI
Keynote speaker
University of Pavia

Tran
Dr Thuy TRAN
Oral communication speaker
Institut Galien Paris Saclay

09.00 pm CEST - Introduction. Zhengjin Jiang

09.05 pm CEST - Chromatographic IMERs as prototypes for flow-chemistry applications. Gabriella Massolini KN

09.30 pm CEST - The potential of porous polymer monoliths for sample preparation in capillary electrophoresis: from enrichment to microreactors. Thuy Tran

09.45 pm CEST - Ultra-miniaturized weak affinity chromatography for ligand identification of nanodiscs-solubilized G-protein coupled receptors: a new fragment screening approach in FBDD. Andrea Gottardini YS

10.00 pm CEST - Affinity sheathless CE-MS for the selective study of FcRn - antibody interaction. Christoph Gstöttner YS

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Speakers:

Belder
Prof. Detlev BELDER
Plenary Lecture speaker, Award recipient
Leipzig University

Kutter
Prof. Jörg KUTTER
Session chair
University of Copenhagen

This session is brought to you by

10.20 am CEST - Sciex Innovation Award 2020. Jörg Kutter

10.30 am CEST - Ion mobility and mass spectrometry detection for chip-based separation devices. Detlev Belder

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Speakers:

Sara
Dr Sara ABALDE-CELA
Oral communication speaker
International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory

Asquini
Prof. Rita ASQUINI
Keynote speaker
Sapienza University of Rome

Dieguez
Dr Lorena DIEGUEZ
Session chair
International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory

Fomitcheva
Mrs Anna FOMITCHEVA KHARTCHENKO
Oral communication speaker
IBM Research Zurich

Varenne
Prof. Anne VARENNE
Oral communication speaker
Chimie ParisTech PSL

This session is brought to you by

11.15 am CEST - Introduction. Lorena Dieguez

11.20 pm CEST - Current trends and applications in biosensors. Rita Asquini KN

11.45 am CEST - Lab on a chip for the electrochemical quantitation and recycling of strategic materials. Anne Varenne

12.00 pm CEST - Quantification of protein expression locally on frozen tissue section to evaluate tumor heterogeneity. Anna Fomitcheva Khartchenko YS

12.15 pm CEST - Multiplex phenotypic profiling of single-cancer cells in microdroplets. Sara Abalde-Cela

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Speakers:

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Prof. Haider AL LAWATI
Oral communication speaker
Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman

Escarpa
Prof. Alberto ESCARPA
Keynote speaker
University of Alcalà

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Prof. Ana M. GARCĬA-CAMPAŇA
Session chair, Poster presenter
University of Granada

Pham hung viet
Prof. Hung Viet PHAM
Oral communication speaker
Vietnam National University

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Dr Bárbara SOCAS RODRIGUEZ
Oral communication speaker
Lund University

This session is brought to you by

11.15 am CEST - Introduction. Ana García-Campaña

11.20 pm CEST - Tailored micromotors for analyte (bio)sensing in health applications. Alberto Escarpa KN

11.45 am CEST - Analysis of nutritional and bioactive compounds in food supplements using purpose-made CE with contactless conductivity detection: a case study in Vietnam. Hung Viet Pham & Thanh Dam Nguyen

12.00 pm CEST - Supercritical fluid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry combined with miniaturized extraction techniques as a promising tool for the analysis of vitamin D metabolites in biological samples. Bárbara Socas Rodríguez YS

12.15 pm CEST - Green micro-separation of phenolic acids and flavonoids using 3D printed lab on a chip device. Haider Al Lawati

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02:30 pm CEST - Posters 1 to 22

03:00 pm CEST - Posters 23 to 44

03:30 pm CEST - Posters 45 to 66

04:00 pm CEST - Posters 67 to 88

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Speakers:

Copeland
Dr Jennifer COPELAND
Seminar speaker
VICI

Goodall
Prof. David GOODALL
Seminar speaker
Paraytec Ltd

Stearns
Mr Stanley D. STEARNS
Seminar speaker
VICI

This seminar is organized by

It provides a look into making smaller and smaller components to investigate smaller and smaller samples. We will show the use of the True NanoTM UHPLC for shotgun proteomics of HeLa cells, discuss using a version of the system for virus-like particle detection, and how we are envisioning single-cell proteomic analysis.

04.40 pm CEST - Introduction. Stanley D. Stearns

04.45 pm CEST - Nanofluidics with chromatography tools. Jennifer C. Copeland

05.10 pm CEST - Q&A and moderation. Shirley Li, Jennifer C. Copeland & Stanley D. Stearns

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Speakers:

Rohrbasser
Prof. Claude ROHRBASSER
Workshop speaker
PHARMELP

Roth
Mr Samuel ROTH
Workshop speaker
HEIA-FR

Rudaz
Prof. Serge RUDAZ
Symposium chair, Short course lecturer, Workshop speaker
University of Geneva

Vorlet
Prof. Olivier VORLET
Workshop speaker
HEIA-FR

In this workshop, a new generation open-source CE will be presented. This prototype, intended to be evolutionary and sustainable, was created by the University of Applied Sciences of Fribourg (Western Switzerland) in collaboration with the University of Geneva (Switzerland) and the Geneva University Hospitals (Switzerland). This CE device was conceived to help developing countries to fight falsified or sub-standard medicines, but it could also be useful for educational purposes. Interested users will get acquainted with the instrument, understand it and get trained on how to repair it. The new prototype includes a renewable energy source to make it independent from local supply, and an integrated software to simplify data treatment and reporting. Components are stardard and interchangeable, so they could be replaced by a local solution or easily available parts found on the Internet.

05.30 pm CEST - Introduction. Serge Rudaz

05.35 pm CEST - Workshop. Part 3. Olivier Vorlet

05.55 pm CEST - Q&A. Samuel Roth, Olivier Vorlet, Claude Rorhbasser, Serge Rudaz

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Speakers:

Descamps
Mrs Lucie DESCAMPS
Oral communication speaker
Institut des Nanotechnologies de Lyon

Descroix
Prof. Stéphanie DESCROIX
Session chair
Centre de recherche de l'Institut Curie

Jeger
Dr Nathan JEGER-MADIOT
Oral communication speaker
CNRS / ESPCI / PMMH

This session is brought to you by

6.05 pm CEST - Introduction: Stéphanie Descroix

6.10 pm CEST - Microscale biochemical assays for multiomic profiling of tumor sections. Govind Kaigala KN

6.35 pm CEST - Arrays of micro-magnets for negative selection of Circulating Tumor Cells in a microfluidic device. Lucie Descamps YS

6.50 pm CEST - Extraction of NSAIDs and their metabolites from liver-on-chip samples by dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction based on the solidification of the floating organic drop. Maarten van der Horst YS

7.05 pm CEST - Fabrication of 2D monolayers and 3D spheroids of cells in acoustic levitation. Nathan Jeger-Madiot

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Speakers:

Jacobs
Mr Paul JACOBS
Oral communication speaker
PharmaFluidics

Remcho
Prof. Vincent REMCHO
Session chair
Oregon State University

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Prof. Alexander ZESTOS
Oral communication speaker, Poster presenter
American University, Washington, United States of America

This session is brought to you by

6.05 pm CEST - Introduction: Vince Remcho

6.10 pm CEST - Advanced tools in precision medicine: from 3D in vitro tissue models to point-of-care diagnostics. Frederic Zenhausern KN

6.35 pm CEST - Multiplexing neurochemical detection with carbon electrodes and fast scan cyclic voltammetry. Alexander Zestos YS

6.50 pm CEST - Concentration and separation of DNA in complex biological fluids with µLAS technology. Audrey Boutonnet-Rodat 

7.05 pm CEST - Capillary flow LC-MS using micro-PACTM columns: combining sensitivity with robustness and throughput. Paul Jacobs

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Speakers:

Barakat copy
Mrs Fatima BARAKAT
Oral communication speaker
Université de Bordeaux

Cottet
Prof. Hervé COTTET
Session chair, Oral communication speaker
University of Montpellier, Montpellier, France

Nora
Mrs Nora HARTNER
Oral communication speaker
Leipzig University

Somsen
Prof. Govert SOMSEN
Oral communication speaker
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

This session is brought to you by 

08.30 am CEST - Introduction. Hervé Cottet

08.35 am CEST - CE-ICP/MS and TDA-ICP/MS for the characterization of a therapeutic gadolinium-based nanoparticle. Lucie Labied YS

08.50 am CEST - Coupling on-chip separations to ion mobility spectrometry. Nora Hartner YS

09.05 am CEST - ROMANCE strikes back: on the path to reliable CE-MS quantification. Santiago Codesido YS

09.20 am CEST - Analysis of lipid-oligonucleotide conjugates by cyclodextrin-modified capillary zone electrophoresis. Fatima Barakat 

09.35 am CEST - Ultra-fast chiral separations of biomolecules by voltage-gradient gas-phase electrophoresis. Govert W. Somsen

Speakers:

Msb020
Mr Kostiantyn BREIEV
Start-up pitch speaker, Poster presenter
Elvesys

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Nowadays, the European market for glass chips is dominated by a small number of large companies. Having glass microfluidic chips at an accessible price is nearly impossible.  Therefore, during his PhD at Elvesys SAS (project DNARepairman, ID 722433), Kostiantyn Breiev focused on the fabrication of high-quality glass chips for microfluidics at an obtainable price. As a result, he created Quasar Microfluidics – the company that circumvents classical limitations (e.g. use of a clean room, UV Kub, mask aligners, strong glass-glass-bonding) by use of a novel technique for glass chip fabrication.

 

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Discover the LineUp™ Series, Fluigent’s leading fluidic delivery platform. A complete solution, including software for automation, to easily adapt to any microfluidic setup and provide unmatched accuracy, simplicity, and versatility.

Speakers:

Vesna
Mrs Vesna BACHEVA
Oral communication speaker
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

Kuban
Dr Pavel KUBÁŇ
Keynote speaker
Czech Academy of Science, Brno, Czechia

Ndiaye
Mr Massamba Mbacké NDIAYE
Oral communication speaker
ESPCI Paris PSL University

See
Prof. Hong Heng SEE
Session chair
University of Technology Malaysia

Tey
Mrs Hui Yin TEY
Oral communication speaker
University of Technology Malaysia (UTM)

This session is brought to you by

10.40 am CEST - Introduction. Hong Heng See

10.45 pm CEST - Liquid phase microextraction of biological samples: from principles to automation. Pavel Kuban KN

11.10 am CEST - On-chip sample preparation using a ChipFilter coupled to nanoLC-MS/MS for bottom-up proteomics. Massamba Mbacké Ndiaye

11.25 am CEST - Solid sampling probe based on a polymer inclusion membrane. Hui Yin Tey YS

11.40 am CEST - New approach for on-chip magnetic immuno-extraction of exosomes. Monica Araya-Farias

11.55 am CEST - Buffer exchange Coronavirus detection using bidirectional flow. Vesna Bacheva YS

Speakers:

Drouin
Dr Nicolas DROUIN
Oral communication speaker
Leiden University

Francois
Dr Yannis FRANCOIS
Session chair, Short course lecturer, Poster presenter
University of Strasbourg

Gou
Mrs Marie-Jia GOU
Oral communication speaker
Laboratory for the Analysis of Medicines, University of Liege

Kasicka
Dr Vaclav KASICKA
Oral communication speaker
Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the Czech Academy of Sciences

Waldron
Prof. Karen WALDRON
Oral communication speaker
University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada

Watzig
Prof. Hermann WÄTZIG
Oral communication speaker
Univ Braunschweig

This session is brought to you by 

10.50 am CEST - Introduction. Yannis François

10.55 am CEST - CE-MS/MS: investigation of two hyphenating approaches for proteomics studies in the context of multiple myeloma. Marie-Jia Gou YS

11.10 am CEST - Analysis and investigation of acid-base and electromigration properties of applied and potential peptide drugs by capillary electromigration methods. Vaclav Kasicka

11.25 am CEST - Physicochemical protein properties, quality and binding affinities. Hermann Wätzig

11.40 am CEST - Metabo-ring study: a multi-center trial for the identification of metabolites in biological samples by CE-MS. Nicolas Drouin YS

11.55 am CEST - Selection and application of markers for CE-DAD migration time correction of peptide maps used to assess enzyme activity. Karen Waldron

 

Speakers:

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Mrs Sonia LE FICHER
Seminar speaker
Shimadzu

This seminar is organized by

In this seminar, Shimadzu brings to you a simple yet elegant way for measuring monoclonal antibody drugs in human plasma. We'd like to introduce novel technology of nSMOL, making bioanalysis of mAbs easier than ever before. A straight forward sample preparation methodology combined with UFMS technologies provides to you ready to use workflows for easy adoption by any lab.   

12.15 pm CEST - Introduction. Sonia Le Fisher

12.20 pm CEST - nSMOL for large mABs. Rashi Kochhar

12.45 pm CEST - Q&A. Sonia Le Fisher & Rashi Kochhar

Speakers:

Do lago copy
Prof. Claudimir DO LAGO
Keynote speaker
University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil

Graf
Mr Hannes GRAF
Oral communication speaker, Poster presenter
Uni Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany

Hasuer
Prof. Peter HAUSER
Session chair
University of Basel

Kehl
Dr Florian KEHL
Oral communication speaker, Poster presenter
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology

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Mr Théo LIÉNARD-MAYOR
Oral communication speaker
Institut Galien Paris-Sud, Châtenay-Malabry, France

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Mrs Andrea J. PERETZKI
Oral communication speaker, Poster presenter
Institute of Analytical Chemistry

02.45 pm CEST - Introduction. Peter Hauser

02.50 pm CEST - A few contributions to the development of capillary electrophoresis systems. Claudimir Lucio do Lago KN

03.15 pm CEST - A portable CE-LIF prototype system of the Ocean Worlds Life Surveyor (OWLS) instrument suite for potential astrobiology spaceflight missions. Florian Kehl

03.30 pm CEST - A microfluidic HPLC-droplet-ESI-MS chip for the investigation of enzyme inhibitors. Andrea Peretzki YS

03.45 pm CEST - Application of Microfluidic Glass-based Interfaces for 2D Electromigrative Separation Techniques. Hannes Graf YS

04.00 pm CEST - A new concept for modular CE with LiF detection: a highlight with glycans analysis. Théo Liénard-Mayor YS

 

Speakers:

Britz
Prof. Philip BRITZ-MCKIBBIN
Session chair, Oral communication speaker
McMaster University

Ivanov
Prof. Alexander IVANOV
Session chair, Oral communication speaker
Northeastern University, Barnett Institute, Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, College of Science

Eulalia
Dr Eulalia OLESTI
Oral communication speaker
University of Geneva

Robert
Dr Frédéric ROBERT
Session chair
SEBIA

Shakalisava
Dr Yuliya SHAKALISAVA
Oral communication speaker
Leiden University

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Mr Alexander STOLZ
Oral communication speaker
Aalen University, Aalen, Germany

Tagliaro
Prof. Franco TAGLIARO
Keynote speaker
Verona University

This session is brought to you by 

02.45 pm CEST - Introduction. Frédéric Robert & Philip Britz-McKibbin

02.50 pm CEST - Capillary Electrophoresis application of Forensic Medicine and Science. Franco Tagliaro KN

03.15 pm CEST - In-depth characterization of hemoglobin in clinical samples by top-down capillary electrophoresis-tandem mass spectrometry. Alexander Stolz

03.30 pm CEST - Capillary Isotachophoresis separation of exosomes. Yuliya Shakalisava

03.45 pm CEST - Deep and highly sensitive CZE-MS-based glycan profiling of human plasma and blood-derived immunoglobulin G and extracellular vesicle isolates. Alexander Ivanov

04.00 pm CEST - Steroid profile in human seminal fluid: is it linked to sperm quality? Eulalia Olesti YS

Speakers:

Barbas 2
Prof. Coral BARBAS
Plenary Lecture speaker, Short course lecturer
Center for Metabolomics and Bioanalysis (CEMBIO) Universidad San Pablo CEU - Madrid, Spain

Rudaz
Prof. Serge RUDAZ
Symposium chair, Short course lecturer, Workshop speaker
University of Geneva

04.45 pm CEST - Introduction. Serge Rudaz

04.50 pm CEST - New developments in metabolomics with CE-MS. Coral Barbas

 

Speakers:

Rohrbasser
Prof. Claude ROHRBASSER
Workshop speaker
PHARMELP

Roth
Mr Samuel ROTH
Workshop speaker
HEIA-FR

Rudaz
Prof. Serge RUDAZ
Symposium chair, Short course lecturer, Workshop speaker
University of Geneva

Vorlet
Prof. Olivier VORLET
Workshop speaker
HEIA-FR

In this workshop, a new generation open-source CE will be presented. This prototype, intended to be evolutionary and sustainable, was created by the University of Applied Sciences of Fribourg (Western Switzerland) in collaboration with the University of Geneva (Switzerland) and the Geneva University Hospitals (Switzerland). This CE device was conceived to help developing countries to fight falsified or sub-standard medicines, but it could also be useful for educational purposes. Interested users will get acquainted with the instrument, understand it and get trained on how to repair it. The new prototype includes a renewable energy source to make it independent from local supply, and an integrated software to simplify data treatment and reporting. Components are stardard and interchangeable, so they could be replaced by a local solution or easily available parts found on the Internet.

05.30 pm CEST - Introduction. Serge Rudaz

05.35 pm CEST - Workshop. Part 4. Samuel Roth, Olivier Vorlet, Claude Rorhbasser, Serge Rudaz

Speakers:

Gonzalez ruiz
Dr Victor GONZÅLEZ-RUIZ
Ceremony speaker
University of Geneva

Kohler
Dr Isabelle KOHLER
Ceremony speaker
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Ramautar
Dr Rawi RAMAUTAR
Oral communication speaker, Ceremony speaker
Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands

Rozin
Dr Gerard ROZING
Ceremony speaker
ROZING.COM consulting

This session is brought to you by 

MSB has always been committed to rewarding and promoting excellent science. With a special focus on innovative research carried out by young scientists, several awards and prizes will be awarded to the best communications presented during the conference. A number of recognised scientists along with every attendee of e-MSB 2020 will have the opportunity to score the quality of the presented works.

Join us for this ceremony to discover this year’s winners!

Introduction. Gerard Rozing

Young Speaker awards. Isabelle Kohler 4 young speakers YS (<35 years old) will be awarded

Poster awards - Special prize from the public. Rawi Ramautar 5 poster presenters will be awarded

Poster awards - Prize from the jury. Gerad Rozing 5 poster presenters will be awarded

Participant challenge prizes. Víctor González Ruiz 2 winners

Speakers:

Ivanov
Prof. Alexander IVANOV
Session chair, Oral communication speaker
Northeastern University, Barnett Institute, Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, College of Science

Rudaz
Prof. Serge RUDAZ
Symposium chair, Short course lecturer, Workshop speaker
University of Geneva

Taverna
Prof. Myriam TAVERNA
Symposium chair
University of Paris-Saclay

06.10 pm CEST - Closing Ceremony MSB 2020. Myriam Taverna & Serge Rudaz

06.20 pm CEST - Invitation to MSB 2021. Alexander Ivanov