North Jersey Section
American Chemical Society

Mass Spectrometry Discussion Group

Nj-ACS Mass Spec Discussion Group

[ back | quick links | photos | upcoming meeting ]

About MSDG

The NJ-ACS Mass Spectrometry Discussion Group (MSDG) was formed in 1989 to promote and disseminate knowledge of mass spectrometry and related topics.

MSDG is an integral part of the American Chemical Society (ACS) North Jersey Section. Membership includes over 1,100 scientists involved in research and development both at academic, industrial and governmental laboratories.

Although the majority of our members reside in New Jersey, some come from its neighbor states of New York and Pennsylvania. Our interests include advancement of techniques and instrumentation in mass spectrometry, as well as application of mass spectrometry in biological sciences, pharmaceutical development, environmental testing, and beyond.

MSDG sponsors the following activities:

  • Vendor-sponsored seminars that highly focus on mass spectrometric applications in pharmaceutical, biotech, clinical, chemical, environmental sciences.
  • New Jersey Regional Award for Distinguished Achievements in Mass Spectrometry
  • New Jersey Early Career Award in Mass Spectrometry
  • New Jersey Distinguished Service Award in Mass Spectrometry
  • NJ-ACS MSDG Student Travel Award
  • NJ-ACS MSDG Distinguished Lectureship

 

MSDG also hosts The Annual Vendor Show on Mass Spectrometry that is attended by more than 300 local mass spectrometry users and major manufacturers and service providers related to mass spectrometry field.

top

2015 MSDG Board Contacts

Chair
Jonathan Ho, PhD
732-735-5429
jonathanho89@yahoo.com

Treasurer / Chair Elect
Allen Jones, PhD
908-501-5190
allen.n.jones@verizon.net

Secretary
Jasmine Lu, PhD
732-893-5405
yilu@shimadzu.com

Director of Communications
Kathleen Anderson
267-229-5220
kmanderson@shimadzu.com

Director of Awards
Michael B. Peddicord
732-227-7443
michael.peddicord@bms.com

 

Director of Public Relations
Jim X. Shen, PhD
609-252-6768
jimxshen@yahoo.com

Director of Event Coordination
Long Yuan, PhD
609-252-5336
long.yuan@bms.com

Special Coordinator
Carolina Cabral, PhD
617-785-7100 (mobile)
cbcabral@gmail.com

Past Chair – 2014
Robert M. Iannucci, PhD
908-295-8988
riannucci@hurleyconsulting.com


Webmaster
Paul Tukey, PhD
908-591-4759 (mobile)

Pictures from the 2014 Fall Vendor Show and Symposium


Picture from the June 2014 Meeting

Mass Spec June 2014 Mtg

(June 23rd, 2014) meeting (back row, L to R: Robert Iannucci, Carolina Cabral, both with NJMSDG; front row, L to R: Jerry Pappas, Jonathan Josephs, Tim Stratton, all with Thermo Fisher)


Pictures from the December 2012 Meeting


Benefactors & Sponsors

We are grateful to our sponsors for underwriting nearly all the costs of our monthly meetings, seminars, and symposia, and we are always pleased to find new sponsors. Please help! For more info contact: Mingxiang Lin at mingxiang.lin@merck.com.

Our 2011 Benefactors

The Benefactors have sponsored an MSDG meeting in 2011

IONICS
Bruker Daltonics
AB Sciex
Waters
Thermo Scientific, co-sponsor)
Agilent

sponsors2011-msdg

Our 2010 Benefactors

The Benefactors have sponsored an MSDG meeting in 2010

Bruker Daltonics
Agilent
Waters
Thermo Scientific, co-sponsor)
AB Sciex

sponsors2010-msdg

Our 2009 Sponsors

These Sponsors have given MSDG unrestricted donations in 2009

Quest Pharmaceutical
PTC Therapeutics
XenoBiotic
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Agilent

sponsors2009-msdg

Our 2008 Benefactors

The Benefactors have sponsored an MSDG meeting in 2008

Bruker Daltonics
Milestone Development
Shimadzu
Spark Holland
TandemLabs
SFBCI
Thermo
Waters
Cerno Bioscience

sponsors2008-msdg

Our 2008 Sponsors

These Sponsors have given MSDG unrestricted donations in 2008

Quest Pharmaceutical
XenoBiotic
Dionex
Eurofins Medinet

sponsors2008b-msdg

Our 2007 Sponsors

These Sponsors gave MSDG unrestricted donations in 2007

XenoBiotic
New Objective
Dionex
Lundbeck
Alta LCMS
Milestone

sponsors2007-msdg

Trackbacks for this post

  1. […] North Jersey ACS Mass Spectrometry Topical Group […]

Comments are now closed for this article.