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ProteoMMX 2.0 …. Strictly Quantitative

27 Mar 2012 - 29 Mar 2012 - Best Western Queen Hotel, City Road, Chester, UK

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In an ever-changing field like quantitative proteomics, new developments occur every day. Staying current with the latest trends and advancements is no easy task. ProteoMMX is an open and friendly forum for postgraduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and established scientists to tap into each other’s passion and expertise for quantitative proteomics in an effort to advance the state of the science.

Some of the biggest names in proteomics are presenting at ProteoMMX 2.0 including:
• Bernhard Kuster, Technische Universitaet Muenchen
• Phillip Wright, University of Sheffield  
• Simon Hubbard, University of Manchester
• Stefan Tenzer, Johannes Guetenberg-Universitaet  
• Kathryn Lilley, University of Cambridge
• Christina Ludwig, ETH, Zurich
• Pedro Cutillas, University of London
• Tobias Maier, Centre de Regulacio Genomica
• Oliver Kohlbacher, University of Tubingen
• Yishai Levin, Weizmann Institute of Science
• Don Jones, University of Leicester
• Kris Gevaert, University of Thent
• Andy Jones, University of Liverpool
• Javier Munoz, Utrecht University
• Conrad Bessant, Cranfield University
• Virginie Brun, Unite de Biologie a Grande Echelle
• Lennart martens, University of Ghent
• Bruno Domon, Luxembourg Clinical Proteomics

Session topics to include:
• Large scale quantification studies
• Label-free versus label-mediated quantification
• Quantotypic peptide selection & quantification assay design
• In vitro and in vivo label-mediated approaches
• Proteome dynamics
• Moving quantitative proteomics into the clinic
• Software for quantification strategies
• Quantification of post-translational modifications

Organizing Committee Chair:

Prof. Rob Beynon, University of Liverpool

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