ANNOUNCEMENTS


AWARD WINNERS

2017 KEN STANDING AWARD WINNER

We wish to Congratulate

LEONARD FOSTER,
UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

Dr. Foster will be presenting his work at the upcoming ETP 2017 - please join us.


2017 BILL DAVIDSON GRADUATE STUDENT
TRAVEL AWARD

We Congratulate:

Nadia Lauzon, Université de Montréal
and
David Simon, Queen's University

both Nadia and David be presenting their work at the upcoming ETP 2017 - please join us.


Symposium Agenda is now available
CLICK HERE

There are several exciting presentations that you will not want to miss!

LATE BREAKING POSTER ABSTRACTS
ARE ACCEPTED

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9th International Symposium on Enabling Technologies
(ETP 2017)
held in conjunction with the
CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR MASS SPECTROMETRY

Lekha Sleno, Université du Québec à Montréal, Chair

Invited Speakers
Jeffrey Agar, Northeastern University
Vladimir Baranov, Fluidigm Canada Inc.
Kevin Bateman, MERCK
Catherine E. Costello, Boston University School of Medicine
Daniel Figeys, University of Ottawa
Richard Oleschuk, Queens University

ETP 2017 May 4-5, 2017
Ottawa, ON

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

We are pleased to announce that there will be two poster awards
presented at the conclusion of ETP 2017.
These awards are generously donated by
ANALYST and ANALYTICAL METHODS.

Members of the Canadian Society for Mass Spectrometry (CSMS)
receive discounted registrations.
Please
click here to join CSMS

Download our Symposium Poster

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ETP Symposium Inc. (ETP) specializes in organizing and running scientific conferences. Founded in 2006 as a non-profit corporation, ETP is committed to organizing and operating educational seminars and forums and to develop interdisciplinary opportunities for researchers and scientists to develop technology in the life sciences area.

In addition to offering our services to others, ETP successfully runs its own biennial Symposium entitled:
International Symposium on Enabling Technologies. ETP's roots are based in a research environment and was created as part of a collaborative project between Genome Canada (through its regional office Genome Prairie/Genome Alberta), MDS Sciex, University of Victoria, University of Alberta, University of Manitoba, Queens' University at Kingston, Centre Hospitalier de  Universitaire de Quebec.