Virtual MSIS OurCon MS Imaging seminars 2020

Welcome to the event page for the Virtual OurCon Mass Spectrometry Imaging Seminar series, organized by the MSIS and hosted by BMSS.

The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated the cancelation of many international meetings as well as meetings organized by national societies. This has significantly reduced opportunities for the dissemination of new developments in MSI and community networking generally.

The MSIS Virtual OurCon Seminars have been designed to address these shortcomings, ...to provide a virtual space for the benefit of the MSI community at large. The vision is to facilitate a series of interactive seminars primarily for Early Career Researchers to share their work with our community, ...to enable feedback and active discussion. The seminars originated from the desire to re-host a cancelled BMSS special interest group meeting as an online meeting, that grew with the help of MSIS into an international effort supported by multiple national societies.

We invite ALL colleagues in the Mass Spectrometry Imaging Community to join us!

ALL EVENTS ARE ENABLED WITH ZOOM.
MSIS Virtual OurCon Seminars will typically last for 60 minutes, and feature two 25 minute ECR presentations with on-line Q&A.

PLEASE REGISTER TO RECEIVE YOUR ZOOM EVENT INVITATION:
To participate in the MSIS Virtual OurCon Seminar series - registration (free of charge) is required. Please click here to register, an email including the ZOOM invite will be sent to you prior to each event.

SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT:
Early Career Researchers are encouraged to apply to present their work. Please click here to submit an abstract. The MSIS Executive Committee will then review your abstract and get back to you.

ENQUIRIES & ASSISTANCE:
Please address any enquiries about the MSIS Virtual OurCon Seminar programme to: seminars@ourcon.org

Please address any requests for technical assistance with registration/abstract submission to the BMSS Meetings Secretary Dr Mark McDowall: mark_mcdowall@icloud.com

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE MSIS:
Please visit the MSIS website by clicking hereyou will be redirected to an external website.