All posters presented at MSB 2018 will be considered for a Best Poster MSB 2018 Award.

The posters will be reviewed by an international panel of scientists based on the following criteria:

Posters will be up and presented at specific times assigned in the program. Please review instructions for poster presentations here.

Poster awards comprise cash prizes for the 4 best posters. Runners-up 5-10 will receive book vouchers (made available by Springer-Verlag) or a one-year free subscription to Analyst, Analytical Methods or Lab-on-a-chip (made available by the Royal Society of Chemistry).

Poster prize winners will be presented and awarded at the Closing Ceremony on Wednesday. All nominees will receive a certificate to acknowledge their achievement.

Poster Prizes

Best poster presentations were selected by: Norberto Guzman, Govert Somsen, Rob Haselberg, Oleg Mayboroda, Julie Schappler, Michal Lämmerhofer, Chuck Henry, Vincent Remcho, Aaron Wheeler, Andras Guttman, Karen Waldron, and Gerard Rozing.

Top 4 Posters:

  1. PP02: Adriana F. L. Vilela (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil) “On-line Dual-enzymatic Assay for Screening Ligands by Co-immobilisation of Acetylcholinesterase and β-Secretase1 Coupled with Mass Spectrometry” – Prize: US$ 100 sponsored by PharmaFluidics
  2. PP22: Esme Candish (SCIEX, USA) “CESI-MS - A Sensitive and Versatile Approach for Metabolomics” – Prize: US$ 100 sponsored by Agilent Technologies
  3. PP32: Juliana Maria de Lima (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil) “On-line Ligands Screening Assays by Zonal Chromatography Approach and Immobilized Enzyme Reactor (IMER) for Nucleoside Diphosphate Kinase B (NDKb)” – Prize: US$ 100 sponsored by Bruker
  4. PP56: Thiago Paixão (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil) “Fabrication of Glucose Paper-based Electrochemical Biosensor Using a Laser Scribed Protocol” – Prize: US$ 100 sponsored by Waters

Runner-ups 5-10:

  1. PP17: Daniel Nelson (University of Virginia, USA) “An Improved Integrated, Centrifugally-driven Microdevice for the Electrophoretic Separation of DNA” – Prize: €100 book voucher from Springer-Verlag
  2. PP18: Elena Dominguez Vega (Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands) “Sheathless CE-MS for the Characterization of Antibody-derived Therapeutics at the Intact and Middle-up Level of Analysis” – Prize: € 100 book voucher from Springer-Verlag
  3. PP31: José Alberto Fracassi da Silva (University of Campinas, Brazil) “Simple and Fast Method for Simultaneous Determination of Propionate and Sorbate in Bread by Capillary Electrophoresis with UV Spectrophotometric Detection” – Prize: € 100 book voucher from Springer-Verlag
  4. PP36: Letícia Jordão Marques de Oliveira (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil) “Pencil-drawn Electrochemical Paper-based Analytical Devices (ePADs) for Determination of Ethinylestradiol in Water Supply Samples” – Prize: a one-year free subscription to Lab on a Chip from the Royal Society of Chemistry
  5. PP57: Víctor González-Ruiz (University of Geneva, Switzerland) “ROMANCE: Improving Data Exchange and Robustness in CE-MS Based Metabolomics” – Prize: a one-year free subscription to Analyst from the Royal Society of Chemistry
  6. PP59: Wendell Coltro (Federal University of Goiás) “Pencil Drawing of Electrochemical Paper-based Analytical Devices for Forensic Applications” – Prize: a one-year free subscription to Analytical Methods from the Royal Society of Chemistry