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The Michael S. Bereman Award for Innovative Clinical Proteomics : Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Taking a Step Back to Move Proteomics Forward in the Clinical Lab
Speaker: Mari DeMarco, PhD, DABCC, FACB, FCACB
University of British Columbia

Originally Presented at MSACL 2022.

Want to run a new test in your clinical lab that takes multiple days to prep, has a complicated (and costly) calibration scheme, and a detection approach so selective it could miss the analyte of interest? If that doesn’t sound appealing, you would be in the majority! While the analytical advantages of mass spectrometry resulted in it decisively displacing ligand binding methods as the gold standard approach for protein quantitation, making progress on the routine testing front has taken additional effort. Here we look at how re-evaluating the status quo in clinical proteomics has helped us take leaps forward and implement protein mass spectrometry to improve patient care.

May 20, 2022 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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