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Monday September 22nd
9:00 am    Registration
10:00 amConference opening
 
Session 1 LC-MS
Chair: Günter Fauler
10:15 am    Oswald Quehenberger, UC San Diego, CA, USA
Lipidomic insights to bioactive lipids in health, inflammation and infection
11:00 amMichael Wakelam, Brabraham Institute, UK
Lipidomic analysis of tumour cells and tissues
11:30 amHarald Köfeler, Medizinische Universität Graz, Austria
Applications of an integrated high resolution lipidomics platform
Talk sponsored by Avanti
12:00 amLunch
 
Session 2 Signalling Lipids
Chair: Harald Köfeler
1:30 pmAndrej Shevchenko, Max-Planck Institut CBG, Dresden, Germany
Drosophila Ecdysteroidome from Dietary Sterols to Catabolites
2:15 pmIvo Feußner, Georg-August Universität Göttingen, Germany
How does stress affect the plants lipidome?
2:45 pmCraig Wheelock, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
Lipid mediator profiling for identifying subphenotypes of respiratory disease
3:15 pmMartin Trötzmüller, Medizinische Universtität Graz, Austria
Quantitation of PA and LPA molecular species using HILIC coupled to electrospray ionization high resolution mass spectrometry
3:35 pmCoffee break
 
Session 3 Fundamentals and MALDI-TOF
Chair: Hans Jörg Leis
4:05 pmWilliam Griffiths, Swansea University, UK
The effects of elimination of the sterol hydroxylase enzymes on oxysterol formation in mouse and man
4:35 pmFong-Fu Hsu, Washington University, St. Louis, MO, USA
Electrospray ionization with low-energy collisionally activated dissociation tandem mass spectrometry of sphingolipids: Mechanisms of fragmentation and structural characterization
5:05 pmErnst Pittenauer, Technische Universität Wien, Austria
20 keV CID TOF/RTOF-MS - The ultimate technique for structure elucidation of complex lipids (TAGs and GPLs)
Talk sponsored by Shimadzu
5:35 pmBeate Fuchs, Universität Leipzig, Germany
A simple MALDI MS-based method to identify ether lipids in complex lipid mixtures of spermatozoa.
7:00 pmWelcome Reception
 
Tuesday September 23rd
Session 4 Shotgun Lipidomics
Chair: Gerald Rechberger, Kim Ekroos
9:00 amXianlin Han, Sanford Burnham Medical Research Institute, Orlando, FL, USA
Shotgun lipidomics and neuroscience
9:45 amKim Ekroos, Zora Biosciences, Helsinki, Finland
Differential mobility spectrometry-driven shotgun lipidomics
10:15 amCoffee break
10:45 amGerhard Liebisch, Universitätsklinikum Regensburg, Germany
High throughput quantification and metabolic profiling of lipid species
11:15 amChrister Ejsing, Syddansk Universitet Odense, Denmark
Comprehensive lipidome analysis by shotgun lipidomics on an Orbitrap Fusion mass spectrometer
11:45 amMichael L. Easterling, Bruker
Advanced multi-modal Mass Spectrometry applied to the complexity of lipid analysis
12:15 pmLunch & poster
 
Session 5 LC-MS
Chair: William Griffiths, Michal Holcapek
2:45 pmMichal Holcapek, Univerzita Pardubice, Czech Republic
Comparison of mass spectrometry based approaches in lipidomics
3:15 pmMartin Giera, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands
Inflammation resolution investigation by a multi-platform approach
Talk sponsored by ABSciex
3:45 pmMyriam Demant, ThermoFisher Scientific
Plasma lipid profiling: workflows deploying HR/AM mass spectrometry, complementary fragmentation strategies and software tools for data mining
4:15 pmCoffee break
4:45 pmGiuseppe Astarita, Waters
Lipidomics of Alzheimer's Disease using an Integrated Microfluidic-Ion Mobility-MS Device
5:15 pmOskar Knittelfelder, Karl-Franzens Universität Graz
A versatile ultra-high-performance LC-MS metod for lipid profiling
5:35 pmSilke Matysik, Universitätsklinikum Regensburg, Germany
Determination of steroid hormones in human plasma: GC-based vs. LC-based mass spectrometric methods
6:00 pmPoster award
7:30 pmConference dinner
 
Wednesday September 24th
Session 6 Bioinformatics
Chair: Christer Ejsing, Juan Antonio Vizcaino
9:00 amMatej Oresic, Steno Diabetes Center, Copenhagen, Denmark
Identification of lipid pathways behind the acquired obesity and the associated co-morbidities
9:45 amJuan Antonio Vizcaino, European Bioinformatics Institute, Hinxton, UK
Bioinformatics for lipidomics: Putting some building blocks together
10:15 amCoffee break
10:45 amFriedrich Mandel, Agilent
Linking data to biology - an example of a pathway-directed workflow
11:15 amJürgen Hartler, Technische Universität Graz, Austria
LDA 2 - flexible lipid identification for LC-MSn data
11:35 amMarcus Stahlman, Sahlgrenska Akademien, Göteborg, Sweden
Total lipid extration made easy - the BUME method
11:55 amMikhail Golovko, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, USA
Un-targeted lipidomic analysis using UPLC coupled to accurate mass MS reveals brain conjugated bile acids that regulate prostanoid level through bile acid receptors
12:15 amClosing remarks