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Home> Events> The Fifth World Chinese Mass Spectrometry Conference Held in Beijing
The Fifth World Chinese Mass Spectrometry Conference Held in Beijing
Publish Date:2015/12/19   |   Click:6555

From October 28 to 30, 2015, the 5th World Chinese Mass Spectrometry Conference (WCMSC) hosted by the China Mass Spectrometry Society (CMSS) was held in Beijing. This conference was staged in conjunction with the 2015 Beijing Conference and Exhibition on Instrumental Analysis (BCEIA). Delegates from CMSS, Taiwan Society for Mass Spectrometry (TSMS), Hong Kong Society of Mass Spectrometry (HKSMS) and Chinese American Society for Mass Spectrometry (CASMS) were invited to give talks at the five oral sessions lasting two and half days. These sessions were well attended with more than 200 attendees. The Q&A period after each talk was lively. Poster presentations were also given during the conference.

Part of the CASMS delegation attending the 5th WCMSC conference and the reception in Beijing.

CASMS sent a delegation of 12 members to attend the 5th WCMSC. Among them, seven members were originally invited by CMSS to give keynote lectures at the BCEIA conference. Five additional members were selected by the Executive Committee Members of CASMS via a teleconference discussion to represent different sectors of our society. No financial support was given by CASMS to the delegates. These delegates gave presentations covering a wide range of topics (see Appendix A shown below).

Oral session at the 5th WCMSC conference. 

In addition to attending the Opening Ceremony of the 5th WCMSC and the scientific sessions, the CASMS delegates actively interacted with the representatives of our sister societies during the conference to renew our friendship and establish new contacts. Some of the pictures taken during the conference are attached in Appendix B. We would like to thank the Organizing Committee and other members of the leadership team of CMSS and many volunteers for their help, the warm welcome and gracious hospitality.


 Dr. Jinying Li, President of CSMS, gave a welcome speech at a reception. Several delegates of CASMS and TSMS gave brief talks on their personal experiences of working in the field of mass spectrometry.


(Reported by LL, photos from RW/LJL & compiled by ZG; Dec. 12, 2015)


Appendix A. List of CASMS delegates.




Xian CHEN (陈先)

University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill School of Medicine, USA

Discovery of novel signaling and epigenetic pathways by quantitative proteomics

Yue CHEN (陈悦)

University of Minnesota, USA

Stoichiometry analysis of protein posttranslational modifications with stable-isotope coded mass spectrometry

Xianlin HAN (韩贤林)

Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute, USA

Multi-dimensional mass spectrometry and its application for lipidomics

Liang LI (厉良)

University of Alberta, Canada

Mass spectrometry for quantitative metabolomics with large metabolome coverage

Lingjun LI (李灵军)

University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Pharmacy, USA

Development and application of novel chemical labels for highly multiplexed quantitative proteomics and peptidomics by mass spectrometry

Zheng OUYANG (欧阳证)

Purdue University Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering, USA

Quantitation for point-of-care mass spectrometry analysis

Rong WANG (王融)

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, USA

Novel ionization source for electrospray ionization mass spectrometry unveil the fundamental of molecule protonation

Weiguo Andy TAO (陶纬国)

Purdue University, USA

Proteomic tracing nanoparticle delivery

Yinsheng WANG (汪寅生)

University of California – Riverside, USA

Novel mass spectrometry-based methods for assessing the impact of DNA lesions on transcriptional and replicative bypass of DNA lesions in cells

Ching WU (吴青)


What high-performance ion mobility spectrometry can do for mass spectrometry

Yu XIA (瑕瑜)

Purdue University, USA

Global analysis of unsaturated lipids from biological samples - specificity of c=c location achieved via on-line photochemistry and MS

Zhibo YANG (杨志柏)

University of Oklahoma, USA

The single-probe: a miniaturized device for mass spectrometry single cell analysis and tissue imaging



























 Appendix B. Photos taken at the 5th WCMSC.

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