Best Student Talk at Mass Spectrometry Conference

Posted 25 July 2017

PhD student, Morphy Dumlao takes home the prize for best student talk from the 26th Australian and New Zealand Society for Mass Spectrometry (ANZSMS) Conference held at Flinders University, Adelaide, 16 – 20 July.

Dumlao presented his winning talk entitled “Solid-phase microextraction dielectric barrier discharge ionisation for mass spectrometry” at the biennial conference, which brings together local and international researchers working with mass spectrometry.

As the inaugural winner of the ANZSMS Michael Guilhaus Prize in 2015, proud supervisor, Dr W. Alex Donald was also invited speak on the “Mechanism and Control of the Selective Fragmentation of Protein Ions” at the conference. The national award was created in honour of the late Professor Guilhaus, former director of the Biomedical Mass Spectrometry Facility at UNSW Sydney.