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East Midlands Proteomics Workshop 2013

06 Nov 2013 - 06 Nov 2013 - Leicester, UK

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The East Midlands Proteomics Workshop was established to create a network of investigators active in the proteomics area with a view to enhancing awareness of facilities available in the East Midlands, disseminating specialist knowledge and information relating to proteomics technologies, highlighting examples of proteomics research and providing a forum to discuss research interactions.

Keynote Speakers 2013:-

  • Duncan Smith    Head of Mass Spectrometry Patterson Institute for Cancer Research
  • Angus Lamond,  Professor of Biochemistry, Centre for Gene Regulation & Expression, University of Dundee
  • Paul Guest, Head of Proteomics (Bahn Lab), University of Cambridge
  • Colin Creaser, Professor of Analytical Chemistry/Head of the Centre for Analytical Science, Loughborough University

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