September 2019
2019 HUPO Council Elections - Now Open
Online elections for HUPO 2019 Council Elections began on Wednesday, August 21 and an email containing a secure election ID code along with voting instructions was sent to all active HUPO members. Are you a HUPO member and did not receive an email from Simply Voting? Check your Junk/Spam folder. Election closes on Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 23:59 Australian Central Daylight time (ACDT); b e sure to submit your anonymous vote before then!
Call for Manuscript Submissions to the Journal of Proteome Research (JPR) 2020 Special Issue on Methods for Omics Research
The deadline to submit your papers for the 2020 Special Issue: Methods for Omics Research is extended to February 7, 2020. This 2020 Special Issue will highlight significantly updated methods for proteomics, metabolomics and omics studies in general. Click here for guidelines and submission details...
HUPO 2019: September 15 -19, 2019
2019 Council Meeting
The 2019 HUPO Council meeting will take place at HUPO 2019 in Adelaide, Australia on Sunday, September 15, from 15:45 - 17:45 in Hall E2 in the Adelaide Convention Centre.
2019 HUPO General Assembly of Members 
The HUPO General Assembly of members will take place at HUPO 2019 on Monday, September 16, from 17:20 - 18:00 at the Adelaide Convention Centre. Complimentary beer and wine service.  All HUPO members are encouraged to attend.
PhD Poster Competition
HUPO is pleased to announce the eight finalists of the PhD Poster Competition! The PhD Poster Competition will be held at HUPO 2019 in Adelaide, Australia on Tuesday, September 17, from 17:30 - 18:15 during the afternoon poster break.  See who the finalists are here ...
Early Career Researcher Activities During HUPO 2019
The Early Career Researcher (ECR) initiative has prepared numerous exciting activities for HUPO 2019. See the list of activities that will highlight ECR talents and provide junior scientists with unique development opportunities here...
SynPeptide gives away $1M of synthetic peptides at HUPO Congress Adelaide
SynPeptide is giving out $1M worth of coupons only to attendees at the HUPO Congress Adelaide in September. The 1000 coupons will enable anyone to request synthetic peptides of their choice to be synthesized by SynPeptide for their own research purposes. Many thanks to the team at SynPeptide and the support for all HUPO members!
The Human Proteome Project (HPP)
The Human Proteome Project (HPP) MS-Pillar Phosphopeptide challenge (HPC) resource will present its first findings at the HUPO Congress Adelaide this month. The HPC continues to collect new data and invites new participants to also contribute to this knowledgebase. Participants are again invited to contribute to both phases of phosphopeptide identification methods development by analyzing a set of phosphopeptides by their favorite method and follow up with a method of affinity purification step using the popular ReSyn HUPO affinity kit to see improvements in their methods. Click here to read on...
HPP- SAB Chair Ruedi Aebersold
Systems biology pioneer Ruedi Aebersold is the new Chair of HUPO’s Human Proteome Project Scientific Advisory Board (HPP-SAB). The HPP-SAB is composed of internationally recognized scientists and supports strategic human proteomics research. Find out more about Professor Aebersold in the following interview here...
C-HPP Program at HUPO 2019
The Annual HUPO Congress in 2019 in Adelaide, Australia is approaching and will again host a rich C-HPP and HPP program and activities to share progress and results of the international chromosome teams and the whole C-HPP. Status reports will be presented on the status of missing protein identification (neXt-MP50) and the identification of functions of uPE1 proteins in the neXt-CP50 projects, to seek new joint projects with B/D-HPP teams, and to discuss the future directions of C-HPP. Read on here...
Early Career Researcher Initiative (ECR)
Open Position for HUPO Early Career Researcher Initiative
The HUPO ECR committee has an open position for a member at the post-doctoral fellow or junior faculty level. This member would be responsible for the communications of the initiative. Click here to find out more about this role...
Job Board Spotlight
Post-doctoral Research Fellow Position - UBC, Canada
The Brömme Lab at the University of British Columbia is seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic, and independent-thinking postdoctoral candidate studying the cellular ligase activities of protease. Read full job posting here...
Post-doctoral Fellowship- NIH, USA
The Redmond lab (Laboratory of Retinal Cell & Molecular Biology, National Eye Institute, NIH) is seeking to recruit an outstanding post-doctoral fellow to study proteomics of the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) of the outer retina.  Read full job posting here...
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