Corporate member events

In addition to the scientific sessions and the interactive forums, our corporate members are also hosting a variety of events so that they can better interface with the attendees.  These events include breakfasts and lunches hosted by individual corporate members, as well as a forum on Precision Medicine that is being coordinated by all Corporate Members.  An overview of the Corporate Member Events is here.  Additional details for individual events, as provided by some Corporate Members, are below.

- Waters
- Bruker
- Thermo





SCIEX: click here for registration link




- click here for breakfast registration link.

- click here for lunch registration link.





Bruker: click here for event registration link.




Thermo: no advance registration; entrance based on availability.


Please join Thermo Fisher Scientific at the 1st Annual Metabolomics Association of North America Conference, November 15 – 17, 2019 at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia.


Two event meetings give you the opportunity to keep up to date with latest advances in mass spectrometry technology and data processing software. Conference registration is required to attend.


Friday, November 15, 12PM – 1 PM, Room 301

Interactive Workshop: Turning Metabolomics Data into Knowledge with Thermo Scientific Compound Discoverer Software

Hosted by Dr. Ralf Tautenhahn, Thermo Fisher Scientific


In this interactive workshop participants will learn about data processing tools like mzLogic data analysis algorithm to rank order database hits using fragmentation spectra, FISh to structurally explain fragment ions, QC-based normalization for batch correction, Thermo Scientific mzCloud™ spectral library for spectral matching, and untargeted stable isotope labeling.


Lunch will be provided on a first come first serve basis. Seating available for up to 60 participants.


Saturday, November 16, 7:45AM – 8:45AM, Room 301

A High Throughput Metabolomics Workflow from Samples to Biological Information

Hosted by Dr. Ioanna Ntai, Thermo Fisher Scientific


In this presentation, we describe a complete workflow for increasing analysis throughput while improving metabolome coverage. A dual LC-MS system equipped with AcquireX intelligent acquisition was utilized. The AcquireX algorithm fragmented more unique metabolites, by annotating non-biological features and redundant features on the fly. Data analysis included unknown annotation and pathway mapping for biological knowledge generation.


Breakfast will be provided. Seating available for up to 60 participants.