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Our 2015 Media Kit is now available
Your gateway to the latest oncology news, trends and resources
Inside this issue:
April 2015
AbbVie pays $21 billion for Pharmacyclics, nets promising cancer therapy...
by Kelsey Kaustinen

April 2015
How the flip of a switch is turning neuroscience on its head...
by Randall C Willis

April 2015
TSRI discoveries shed light on neurodegenerative disorders, including research on ‘molecular motor’...
by Zack Anchors

March 2015
Pfizer makes first M&A deal since failing to land AstraZeneca, committing to $17 billion for Hospira...
by Jeff Bouley & Lloyd Dunlap

Top Story

American Society for Mass Spectrometry (ASMS)
63rd ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics
America’s Center
St. Louis, Mo.
May 31–June 4, 201
ASMS 2015 Show Preview:
Massing in Missouri for mass spec
The American Society for Mass Spectrometry heads to St. Louis for its 2015 annual meeting

SLAS 2015 Post-show Wrap-up
The first SLAS event on the East Coast deemed a strong success
As is the SLAS tradition, a host of distinctive awards were recognized at SLAS2015
New fund to support graduate fellowships in quantitative biosciences
Results provide a snapshot of how laboratories across North America are planning to spend for equipment, staffing and facilities in 2015
SLAS provides startup companies with exposure and prestige by granting complimentary exhibit space and in-kind support
Editor's Focus:
April 2015
Leveraging science and technology to prevent and treat diseases based on our individual biological makeup is a potentially transformative approach that will enable us to deliver healthcare more effectively and efficiently than we ever thought possible, and one of the technological keys to that is LC-MS.. [ more ]
by Jeff Mazzeo of Waters Corp.

April 2015
Find out a bit about why Carl Djerassi is such a big deal and also why mass spectrometry means so much to life sciences generally and drug discovery and development as well.. [ more ]
by Peter T. Kissinger

April 2015
So much of our personal information is out there for consumption by corporate interests and others; new movements to use wearable tech to enhance life-sciences research and clinical trials mean your vitals might be added to that data collective, though it still may be for the best in the end.. [ more ]
by Jeffrey Bouley

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