About the Conference
This fourth edition of the conference follows on the first three highly successful meetings, the last, was held in London in 2022. Over 150 participants from industry and academia converged to share the latest in HDX-MS technologies and applications. 

This focused, intimate, high-level meeting on the topic continues to be met with great enthusiasm and is widely viewed as a highlight conference within the community.

Given the growth in the field of higher-order protein structure analysis and the popularity of the conference, the International Society for HDX-MS, a not-for-profit organization, has been established to maintain the continuity of the conference and advocate with a single voice for HDX research.

We are proud of the broad representation and diversity that we have obtained within such a short time. The fourth edition of the meeting will continue in the vein of attracting all key thought leaders in the field and stimulate the attendance of those wanting to learn more. The 2024 meeting will focus on expanding the applications and utility HDX-MS from fundamental biological inquiry to biotherapeutics characterization.
Organizing Committee
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Sheena D'Arcy
University of Texas - Dallas
Sheena D'Arcy received her Bachelors in Biochemistry from the University of Sydney, Australia and her Ph.D. in Structural Biology from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom. She is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at The University of Texas at Dallas. Her team employs the integrated structural approach to study protein complexes and has particular expertise in HDX-MS. Her team works on a variety of biological systems, but do focus on chromatin-related complexes or those that expand the application of HDX-MS.
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Miklos Guttman
University of Washington - Seattle
Mike Guttman received his BS in Chemistry from University of Carlifornia, Irvine and his PhD in biochemistry from the University of California San Diego. He is currently an associate professor of medicinal chemistry at the University of Washington. His group has been applying HDX-MS to study many systems with a focus on highly glycosylated proteins. In parallel, his group continues to work on method development to make HDX-MS more informative and robust, including software tools, standards, and advances that will enable HDX-MS studies of more complex systems.
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Co-organized with the International Society for HDX-MS
Professional Conference Organizer
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ETP Symposium Inc. is a not for profit Canadian Corporation. ETP's mandate is

1) to organize and operate educational seminars and forums to facilitate the presentation, discussion and research into new developments in innovative technology for Life Sciences; and

2) to develop and interdisciplinary opportunity for international researchers and scientists to develop technology to extend the bio analytical capabilities of researchers in the life sciences area

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