CBM Fall 2020 Industry Advisory Board (IAB) Meeting

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Location: Hosted by Purdue University


Please join us!


The Center for Bioanalytic Metrology Fall 2020 Industry Advisory Board (IAB) meeting, hosted by Purdue University, will be held on Tuesday, December 1, 12:00-4:30 pm (ET), and Wednesday, December 2, 12:00-4:30 pm (ET), 2020.


All current members, potential members, and participating or interested faculty and students are encouraged to attend.

Companies or organizations interested in joining CBM are welcome to participate if they are willing to sign a non-disclosure agreement. To learn more about membership, please contact Chris Welch, CBM Marketing Director, 732-718-5974, chris.welch@icase.center.


Follow this link to register for the meeting. As the meeting approaches, all registered participants will receive an email with the links and passwords for the secure Zoom sessions, as well as a link to the Gather.town platform, which will be used for the online happy hour on Day 1 and the poster session on Day 2. Please register by Monday, November 30.

Poster Session

We are actively soliciting CBM-related posters for the meeting. The poster session is open to all faculty and students currently participating in CBM-supported projects or any who believe their research may be of interest to IAB members. The session will be held on Day 2 of the meeting on the Gather.town platform. On the registration site, please indicate your interest in presenting a poster and its title. Proposal submissions must be received by Friday, November 20. If selected, you will be sent the details for formatting and uploading your poster.

Professional Development Session

Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Researchers: CBM is hosting a special session for you on Day 2 of the meeting to discuss topics in professional development, especially from an industry perspective. Planned topics include resume writing, scientific reporting, work and recruitment during COVID-19, and others raised by industry partners. All grad students and postdocs who register for the meeting will be sent the link for this Zoom session later in November.


DAY 1 - Tuesday, December 1

12:00 p.m. IAB Session I (open to IAB members, CBM site directors, NSF, and faculty)

- Welcome
- Review logistics and objectives of the fall meeting
- Approve spring meeting minutes
- State-of-the-center presentation
- Discussion: member perspectives and Q&A w/ center leadership & NSF

1:00 p.m. Review use of NSF’s Level of Interest and Feedback Evaluation (LIFE) Forms

1:15 p.m. New proposal presentations (preserves numbering assigned during review process)

Project 1: Separation and Quantitative Characterization of Chemical Constituents of Aerosolized Biomass-derived Liquids Using HPLC-PDA-HRMS Platform; Alexander Laskin
Project 2: Efficient Capture and Characterization of Nanoparticles in Zeptoliter-Volume Nanopores; Paul Bohn
Project 3: Monitoring the Concentration and Properties of Therapeutic Proteins During Their Expression; Merlin Bruening
Project 5: Design of an In-line cIEF-ESI-MS/MS Interface with Robust MS-characteristics; Matthew M. Champion
Project 7: Fully autonomous HPLC/MSn interpretable machine learning platform; Gaurav Chopra and Hilkka Kenttämaa
Project 8: Characterization of Therapeutic Biomolecule Aggregation Using a Combination of Ion Mobility Spectrometry-Mass Spectrometry and Charge Detection Mass Spectrometry Techniques; David Clemmer & Martin Jarrold
Project 9: Coherent Multi-fluorophore Viromimetic Probes; Bogdan Dragnea

2:45 p.m. Break

3:00 p.m. New proposal presentations (preserves numbering assigned during review process)

Project 10: Super-resolution Label-free Protein Microscopy and Automated Image Segmentation; Scott Howard
Project 11: Enhancing the Sensitivity and Molecular Coverage of nano-DESI imaging; Julia Laskin
Project 12: Analysis of biomass-derived liquids by using high-performance liquid chromatography/high-resolution multistage tandem mass spectrometry; Hilkka I. Kenttämaa
Project 13: Smart Process Analytical Technologies Sensor System; Nosang V. Myung
Project 14: Investigation of novel covalent cross-linking reagents; Jim Reilly
Project 15: Phase Separation in Pharmaceutical Formulations by Two-Photon Excited UV Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy; Garth Simpson and Lynne Taylor
Project 16: Mechanism Model Enabled Mapping System for Characterization of Peptide Aggregation; Yichun Wang

4:30 p.m. End of Day 1 and brief preview of Day 2

4:35 p.m. Online happy hour on Gather.town (open to all)

DAY 2 - Wednesday, December 2

12:00 p.m. Logistics of Day 2

12:05 p.m. IAB Session II (open to IAB members, CBM site directors, NSF, and faculty)

- Review and discussion of LIFE forms

1:30 p.m. Break

1:45 p.m. Concurrent sessions:

1:45 p.m.–2:45 p.m. Track 1a: IAB Executive Session (open only to IAB members [max. two representatives per member], NSF, and invited staff support)

- Allocation of funding to 2021 projects

2:45 p.m.–3:15 p.m. Track 1b: IAB Session III (open only to IAB members, CBM site directors, NSF)

- IAB report out to center leadership


1:45 p.m.–3:15 p.m. Track 2: Professional Development (open to all graduate students and postdocs)

3:15 p.m. Break

3:30 p.m. Poster session on Gather.town

4:30 p.m. End of meeting

Learn More

Please contact Arnie Phifer, CBM Operations Director, 574-631-3057, aphifer@nd.edu, for more information about the meeting.