April 2019
Call for HUPO 2019 Council Nominations
The Nominations and Elections Committee is seeking candidates to serve on HUPO Council for a three-year term beginning in January 2020 (2020-2022). We invite you to nominate yourself and other scientists from your region. Deadline is April 30 . Click here for more...
Call for 2019 HUPO Award Nominations
We are now accepting nominations for HUPO's annual awards. Nominations are due April 14 . Click here to review the nomination requirements and submit a nomination...
PhD Poster Competition
Once again HUPO will be holding a PhD Poster Competition a HUPO 2019 in Adelaide, Australia. Enter your abstract for a chance to give a short oral poster presentation. Deadline is June 14. Click here for more competition details...
HUPO 2019: September 15 -19, 2019
Early Bird Registration
HUPO 2019 early-bird deadline is June 14 . Click here to register and don't forget HUPO members receive a discounted rate. Join or renew your HUPO membership here...
Call for Abstracts
Don't miss the opportunity to share your work at HUPO 2019. Abstract submission deadline is June 14 . Start your submission here ...
The Human Proteome Project (HPP)
Early Career Researcher Initiative of HUPO– A Growing Community 
The Early Career Researcher (ECR) initiative of HUPO includes many of the up and coming leaders of the proteomics community. In this article they report on important activities of the ECR initiative and remind us that HUPO2019 in Adelaide is just around the corner. Read the full article here...
Program of 21st C-HPP Symposium “Illuminating the Dark Proteome” - Saint Malo, France, May 12-14, 2019
The dark proteome is defined accordingly to the HPP as “a colloquial term that includes missing proteins (PE2 – PE4), uncertain/dubious predicted proteins (PE5), uPE1 proteins, smORF (small proteins), and any proteins translated by long non-coding RNAs or uncharacterized transcripts including those arising from non-coding regions of DNA and/or novel alternative splicing.” The central theme of the 21st C-HPP symposium is “Illuminating the Dark proteome” and will take place in May 12-14, 2019 in Saint Malo (France) at the Hotel France & Chateaubriand, which is located inside the fortified city.  Click here to read on...
Proteomic study from the Chinese Human Proteome Project (CNHPP) identifies new therapeutic targets of early-stage hepatocellular carcinoma 
By navigating proteome landscape of early-stage hepatocellular carcinoma, Chinese scientists identified proteomic subtypes and new therapeutic targets for a specific sub-type characterized by disrupted cholesterol homeostasis and associated with a poor prognosis, moving us towards the era of proteomics-driven precision medicine. Read the full summary here...
Highlights From Recent Meetings
Interview with Beth Anderson
In 2018 Beth Anderson was interviewed in a video titled Perspective in Proteomics Part-II at HUPO 2018 in Orlando, Florida. The interview was directed and organized by Prof. Sanjeeva Srivastava. Click here to watch the interview...
US HUPO 15th Annual Conference - Rockville, MD, USA
From left to right: Wilhelm Haas, Juergen Cox and Gil Omenn.
Wilhelm Haas (Mass General, Harvard Medical School) recipient of the 2019 Robert J. Cotter New Investigator Award and Juergen Cox (Max-Planck Institute) recipient of the 2019 Gilbert S. Omenn Computational Proteomics Award pictured with Gil Omenn (University of Michigan) fellow US HUPO Board member at the US HUPO 15th Annual Conference.
From left to right: Alexey Nesvizhskii and Juergen Cox and Gil Omenn.
Alexey Nesvizhskii (University of Michigan) US HUPO Board member pictured with Juergen Cox (Max-Planck Institute) recipient of the 2019 Gilbert S. Omenn Computational Proteomics Award and Gil Omenn (University of Michigan) fellow US HUPO Board member at the US HUPO 15th Annual Conference.
Job Board Spotlight
Post-Doctoral Fellowships in Cell Surface Glycoproteomics and Glycomics - Milwaukee, WI
The Gundry Laboratory in the Department of Biochemistry at the Medical College of Wisconsin is seeking multiple post-doctoral research fellows to investigate cell surface glycoproteins and glycans in a variety of biological contexts, including stem cell differentiation, heart disease, and cancer. The laboratory uses state-of-the-art mass spectrometry and bioinformatic methods to study cell surface glycoproteins and glycans for the purpose of developing new reagents for immunophenotyping, immunotherapy, and targeted drug delivery.  See more here...
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