The Pullen Symposium

The Pullen Symposium… Masses for the Masses!


Masses for the Masses !

This symposium will honour the dynamic legacy of Professor Frank Pullen in championing the implementation of novel and accessible mass spectrometry based strategies to leverage research in the pharmaceutical and health sciences.

The symposium is being co-hosted by the BMSS and RSC-SSG, with fraternal support from the ChromSoc. Members of all three groups are entitled to register at the preferential ‘members rate’ for this meeting. Morning/afternoon refreshments and a buffet lunch will be provided.  To register please click on the link in the left-hand margin.

Symposium Overview:

This 1-Day meeting is intended for both established practitioners and those entering the field. The event will be forward looking (i.e. not a retrospective tribute) and will focus on the current state-of-the-art of mass spectrometry and complementary techniques in the health sciences. The scientific programme will feature eight invited speakers, eight flash orals, and contributed posters (A0 portrait). A subset of the latter may be selected by the organising committee for flash oral presentation. To submit an abstract please click on the link in the left-hand margin.

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Professor Dame Carol Robinson FRS (Oxford University, UK)
  • Professor G John Langley (Southampton University, UK) 
  • Dr Jeff Kiplinger (COHERE, Albany, New York)

Early Career Scientists’ Participation:

Poster communications from Early Career Scientists (ECS) are warmly invited as Frank Pullen was committed to welcoming and nurturing new members of our profession thought his career.