May 2019
HPP Clinical Scientist Travel Grants
The Human Proteome Project (HPP) is once again offering five (5) clinical scientist travel grants to attend the 2019 HUPO World Congress in Adelaide, Australia this September. Applicants must be clinicians who are using, or are considering using, proteomics for their research projects. Travel grant recipients will receive USD $1,000 to offset travel costs in addition to complimentary HUPO2019 congress registration. Application deadline is June 28, 2019 Click here for more information and to complete the application form...
PhD Poster Competition
Once again, we'll be holding the PhD Poster Competition at HUPO2019 in Adelaide. Enter your abstract for a chance to give a short oral poster presentation. Deadline is June 14, 2019. Click here for more details...
National Cancer Institute's (NCI) CPTAC Research Survey
The National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) Office of Cancer Clinical Proteomics Research (OCCPR) has contracted with Cabezon Group and Clarivate Analytics to conduct a third-party, external evaluation which includes a research survey of the external perception of the Clinical Proteomic Tumor Analysis Consortium (CPTAC) program. Click here to read more and complete the survey...
HUPO 2019: September 15 -19, 2019
Early Bird Registration
HUPO2019 early-bird deadline is June 14 . Join or renew your HUPO membership here to receive a discounted HUPO member registration rate.
Call for Abstracts
Are you looking for an opportunity to share your work at HUPO2019? Abstract submission deadline is June 14 . Start your submission here ...
The Human Proteome Project (HPP)
The 21st C-HPP symposium “Illuminating the Dark proteome” Saint Malo, France, May 12-14, 2019
Full program and highlights: The dark proteome is defined accordingly to C-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.  Read on here...
Prioritizing Popular Proteins - Summary of the best currently available tools
Among the missions of the HUPO Biology/Disease-driven Human Proteome Project (B/D-HPP) initiatives is to identify popular proteins in the human proteome associated with diseases and biological systems. Recently, there has been a number of software tools emerging that allow researchers to prioritize crucial proteins in various organ-systems and diseases from the biomedical literature. Information obtained using such tools which can be used to facilitate the development and promote the application of proteomics assays, such as multiple reaction monitoring to target disease-specific proteins. Our B/D-HPP groups have capitalized on these resources and made significant strides in assembling and sharing prioritized protein lists relevant to their biological systems and diseases of interest. Below we provide a brief overview of some of these software tools that enable the prioritization of popular proteins.  Read the full article here...
29th HUPO Brain Proteome Project Workshop
Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 27-28, 2019
The HBPP Steering Committee invites you to register for the 29th HUPO Brain Proteome Project (HBPP) Workshop, which will be held on 27th and 28th of May 2019 in Amsterdam.   HBPP spring workshops cover a wide range of topics relevant to neuroproteomics research. The program is highly dynamic and interactive, all participants are given the opportunity to give an oral presentation on their research or updates of novel techniques and analytical approaches used in their labs. Workshops have included, for example, sessions on myelin proteomics, autoimmunity, and bioinformatics. More here...
Highlights From Recent Meetings
Interview with Professor Mary Higby Schweitzer
In 2018 Prof. Mary Higby Schweitzer 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...
PROTEOMICS BOOTCAMP IIT Bombay: Live Weekly Webinars
The IIT Bombay proteomics team has started a Proteomics Bootcamp live webinar series, which will take place every Thursday. Experts from the industry or academia are invited to present their work and participants can ask questions live. Click here for more details...
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