BMSS Virtual Lipidomics SIG events 2021

Welcome to the event page for the BMSS virtual Lipidomics SIG.
Please participate in our events & international seminars

 

We invite BMSS members and ALL members of the ‘Mass Spectrometry Community at Large’ to register (free of charge) to join our NEW BMSS Lipidomics SIG mailing list and receive ZOOM meeting invitations for planned events in 2021.

 

OUR SIG VISION FOR 2021+

The new BMSS Lipidomics SIG will host regular meetings in 2021, initially deployed virtually (as a consequence of the COVID-19 situation). Once circumstances are normalised we propose, in addition, to hold ‘analogue’ events at venues including the Babraham Institute (Cambridge), University of Manchester, and Cardiff University.

 

PLEASE REGISTER TO RECEIVE YOUR ZOOM EVENT INVITATION:

To participate in this series of events, registration (free of charge) is required to assist the BMSS in managing its ZOOM account and accommodate all participants. Please click here to register for the Virtual BMSS Lipidomics SIG seminar series. An email including the ZOOM invite will be sent to you prior to each event.

 

HELP US SPREAD THE WORD:

Please help us to bring our new BMSS Lipidomics SIG to the attention of colleagues around the world. We welcome the participation of ALL colleagues with an interest in lipidomics.

 

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE BMSS LIPIDOMICS SIG:

To learn more about out the BMSS Lipidomics Special Interest Group please visit our SIG pages by clicking here.

 

BMSS LIPIDOMICS SIG COORDINATORS:

Both of the founding coordinators of the BMSS Lipidomics SIG are active researchers working in mass spectrometry based lipidomics, and based at the Babraham Institute, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Andrea Lopez (Babraham institute): andrea.lopez@babraham.ac.uk

Bebiana Da Costa Sousa (Babraham institute): Bebiana.DaCostaSousa@babraham.ac.uk

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS:

The BMSS Lipidomics SIG coordinators gratefully acknowledge the support of multiple colleagues from the following two institutions:

LIPID MAPS®: https://www.lipidmaps.org/
BABRAHAM Institute : https://www.babraham.ac.uk/science-services/lipidomics