The Australian and New Zealand Society for Mass Spectrometry (ANZSMS) was formed in 1970 and brings together a broad spectrum of scientists who work with mass spectrometry. The aim of the Society is to promote mass spectrometry by providing contact with local and international leaders in all areas, and providing a forum, through its meetings, for the presentation of research in mass spectrometry and related disciplines.
Membership of the ANZSMS is open to any person with an interest in mass spectrometry. Members receive periodic information about topics such as future ANZSMS Conferences, visiting speakers, local group activities and funding support for postgraduate students and technical staff to attend mass spectrometry conferences.
Last Updated: 17 April, 2013