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Annual Proteomics Symposium 2017: "Unveiling the complexity of the cell proteome"

Annual Proteomics Symposium 2017: "Unveiling the complexity of the cell proteome"

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Program

Programme
Friday 10th November 2017

09:00-09:15  Registration opens

09:15-09:45  Morning Breakfast - Meet the Speakers

09:45-10:00  Welcome by Eduard Sabidó, Head of the CRG/UPF Proteomics Unit, Barcelona ES

10:00-10:15  "Exosomes in uterine aspirates: characterization and identification of diagnostic and prognistic biomarkers in endometrial cancer"
                      Irene Campoy, Vall d'Hebron Research Institute (VHIR), Barcelona ES

10:15-11:00  "The dark matter of the proteome"
                      Karl Mechtler, Vienna Biocenter Core Facilities, Vienna AT

11:00-11:15  "to be determined"
                      Gerard Seinsenbacher, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona ES

11:15-11:30  "to be determined"
                       Oscar Yanes, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Reus ES

11:30-12:15  "Drug resistance assessed by mass spectrometry based omics technologies"
                      Simone Lemeer, Biomolecular Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics, Utrecht University NL

12:15-12:45  "Pushing the leading edge in protein quantitation: Integrated, precise, and reproducible proteomi workflows" by Sega Ndiaye, Thermo Fisher Scientific

12:45-13:30  Lunch

13:30-13:45  Bruker talk

13:45-14:00  "Sub-minute phosphoregulation of cell-cycle systems during Plasmodium gamete formation"
                      Brandon Invergo, European Bioinformatics Institute, EMBL-EBI UK

14:00-14:45  "to be determined"
                      Judit Villén, Genome Sciences, Universtiy of Washington USA

14:45-15:00  "Revealing the organisation and function of cellular modules by structural proteomics"
                      Marco Faini, ETH Zurich CH

15:00-15:15  "Hormone dependent Breast cancer growth; Using proteomics to guide the way"
                      Roni Wright, Centre for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona ES

15:15-16:00  "Palaeoproteomics: state of the art and perspectives"
                      Enrico Cappellini,
Natural History Museum of Denmark, University of Copenhagen DK