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This SIG is for people who use Mass Spectrometry in a clinical or forensic context. We hope that the Mass Spec experience held by the current members of the BMSS will assist healthcare scientists who find themselves working with these machines from the world of analytical chemistry, and that chemists embarking on clinical projects could tap into the knowledge of those members from the healthcare arena. If you would like any more information or have any suggestions then feel free to contact us.

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Mass Spectrometry in the Clinical Laboratory 2018
1 Brownlow Street, Liverpool, L69 3GL

15 NOV: Training Day for Clinical Laboratory Scientists

The third in a series of training days aimed at clinical laboratory scientists, organised by the BMSS Clinical & Forensic SIG.



SIG co-leader

SIG co-leader

John Dutton
Senior Research Fellow
University of East Anglia
Norwich Medical School,
Faculty of Medicine and
Health Sciences,
c/o 542 Europa Boulevard,


Andrew S Davison
Consultant Clinical Biochemist and NIHR
Doctoral Fellow,
Department of Clinical Biochemistry and
Metabolic Medicine,
Liverpool Clinical Laboratories
4th Floor Duncan Building,
Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen
University Hospitals NHS Trust,
Prescot Street,
L7 8XP

Tel:  44 (0)161 362 4055
Tel: 44 (0)151 706 4011

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