ASMS Success!


The research perfromed as part of ARCHE was very well recieved at ASMS in Houston!

ARCHE members Catherine Gilbert, Vasek Krupicka, Aleksandra Popowich and Daniel Vallejo flew a cumulative 39,123 km (24,310 miles) to present their work at ASMS 2023 hosted in Houston Texas, USA 

Not even COVID could stop our members from presenting their work listed below. We thank everyone at ASMS for their wonderful discussions and questions, and look forward to implementing them in our future work. Hope to see you in 2024! 

Recap of the ARCHE research presented below:  

Oral Presentations: 

  • Catherine Gilbert: Forensic proteomics offers a new minimally invasive and robust tool for discriminating ivory species Forensics: Innovations and Applications, Thursday 8th June, 2:30pm, General Assembly B 
  • Aleksandra Popowich: Identifying chia oil in Colonial Mexican art materials using multi-omics approaches Plants and Natural Products, Tuesday 6th June, 2:30pm, Room 332 

Poster Presentations 

  • Daniel Vallejo: Unlocking new levels of structural information for proteins relevant to cultural heritage using native and top-down mass spectrometry Ion Mobility: Applications I, Wednesday 7th June, 10:30-2:30pm, Poster WP 448 
  • Vaclav Krupicka: Paint cross-section layer composition identification and prediction using MALDI-MSI, Imaging MS: Method Development I, Monday 5th June, Poster MP 346 

Workshop Participation 

  • Art, Museums, and Archaeology, Wednesday 7th June, 5:45-7:00pm, Room 351 CF Aleksandra Popowich 
  • Waters User Meeting, Saturday 3rd June, Marriot Marquis Daniel Vallejo 
  • Recognizing the “A” in DEIA: Effective Ways to Improve Accessibility for Mass Spectrometrists, Tuesday 6th June, Ballroom B, Daniel Vallejo