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British Mass Spectrometry Society

The British Mass Spectrometry Society is a registered charity founded in 1964. Its aims are to encourage participation in all aspects of mass spectrometry on the widest basis, to promote knowledge and advancement in the field and to provide a forum for the exchange of views and information. British Mass Spectrometry Society was founded to promote knowledge and advancement in the field of mass spectrometry. Mass Spectrometry is a central analytical tool for many areas including Chemistry, Forensic Science, Drug Discovery and the Biosciences. Dr Tony Bristow is the Immediate Past Chair and Chair of the Advisory Board of British Mass Spectrometry Society. These are the membership benefits: be part of a community of people with a similar interest to yours, have the opportunity to keep up to date with recent technological developments, learn more about MS and share your own knowledge and experience e.g. by joining Special Interest Groups (SIGs), be eligible to apply for grants towards small items of equipment, summer studentships and conference travel, be entitled to discounts for BMSS meetings and the European Journal of MS, receive copies of Mass Matters, the official publication of the BMSS, published three times a year. Students can benefit from our Education program (travel grants, summer studentships) and present in the Young Generation session at our Annual Meeting. All student members receive a general mass spectrometry text book upon joining. British Mass Spectrometry Society’s aim is to ensure the Society maintains its ability to continue promoting MS in the future. British Mass Spectrometry Society continually review their activities to meet the needs of the ever changing subject area of mass spectrometry. The British Mass Spectrometry Society Committee has currently chosen to focus on the activities (£150,000+ spent on Travel Grants between 2003 – 2010, Summer studentships, British Mass Spectrometry Society lectures from eminent mass  spectrometrists), but priorities are reviewed regularly.

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The following is the list of scholars from British Mass Spectrometry Society who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences

Peter J Baugh
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