Spectronaut® User Meeting in Cambridge (MA) - Biognosys

Spectronaut® User Meeting in Cambridge (MA)

Join us for a Spectronaut® user meeting in our US headquarters in Cambridge (MA).


This in-person event will include hands-on technical sessions designed to help you get the most out of your DIA data and captivating proteomics stories from our users and collaborators.


Whether you are a seasoned Spectronaut user or new to the software, we invite you to join us for what is sure to be an exciting science-filled day.


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Time & Location


Thursday, May 11
9:00 AM – 6 PM (EST)


Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC)

Room “Mosaic”

245 Main, Floor 3
Cambridge, MA 02142
United States



9.00 AM Welcome
9.15 AM Hands-on Spectronaut Training – Part 1
Fabia Simona, PhD (Scientific Business Development Manager at Biognosys)
10.30 AM Coffee Break
10.50 PM Hands-on Spectronaut Training – Part 2
Fabia Simona, PhD (Scientific Business Development Manager at Biognosys)
12.30 PM Lunch Break
1.30 PM Building the Future of High-Throughput Proteomics
Ben Gonzales, MBA (General Manager at Biognosys)
2.00 PM Proteomics in Drug Discovery
Yuehan Feng, PhD (Director, Scientific Alliances at Biognosys)


2.30 PM New Developments in dia-PASEF & High throughput 4D Proteomics on the timsTOF Line of Systems
Matt Willetts, PhD
(Proteomics Applications Manager at Bruker)
3.00 PM Coffee Break
3.30 PM Proteomics: Applications in Pharma from Pathway Exploration to Target Validation
Dhiman Ghosh, PhD (Lab Head & Senior Principal Scientist, Precision Medicine and Computational Biology at Sanofi)
4.00 PM Kidney-omics: A DDA to DIA Journey
Zon Weng Lai, PhD & Jeff Culver, PhD (Senior Principal Scientist & Senior Scientist at Pfizer)
4.30 PM Closing remarks
4.45 PM Mixer
*Subject to change



Further Information


Hands-on Training


For the hands-on workshop, please bring a personal computer with the following minimum requirements: Windows 10, x64, Intel® Core™ CPU, 2.7 GHz (2-cores) or similar, 200 GB free space, and 8 GB of RAM. Spectronaut licenses and a demo dataset will be provided on USB flash drives on the day of the event.




Parking is available in several public parking garages near Kendall Square (e.g. Standard Parking, Kendall Square Parking, Cambridge Center East Garage, Cambridgeside Galleria mall garages) as well as street parking. Cars can stop on 3rd Street to load and unload passengers.




Do you have any questions about the event? Don’t hesitate to reach out to us.



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