Don't miss a great scientific program.
Exchange ideas with fellow experts and leaders in the field at the 13th International Symposium on Mass Spectrometry in the Health and Life Sciences: Molecular & Cellular Proteomics.
Submit your abstract by July 7 and register by Aug. 1.
Minisymposium on data-independent analysis
Organizers: Robert Chalkley and Hannes Röst
Improving the robustness, throughput and comprehensiveness of quantitative proteomics
Mike MacCoss, University of Washington
Complex-centric proteome profiling by SEC-SWATH-MS
Isabell Bludau, ETH Zurich
Aligning label-based discovery and global DIA validation proteomics to explore bacterial virulence phenotypes
Stuart Cordwell, University of Sydney
Advanced algorithms to assess and improve quantitative suitability in large DIA datasets
Sebastian Vaca Jacome, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
Parallel accumulation — serial fragmentation combined with data-independent acquisition (diaPASEF)
Florian Meier, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry
Mobi-DIK (Ion Mobility DIA Analysis Kit): Targeted analysis software for diaPASEF data improves proteome coverage
Hannes Röst, University of Toronto
Applications of DIA for PTM research and specific DIA workflows
Birgit Schilling, Buck Institute for Research on Aging
Peptide MS/MS prediction for DDA and DIA
Mathias Wilhelm, Technical University of Munich
The life sciences are an important player in the age of Big Data. Modern high-throughput -omics technologies produce large quantities of high-dimensional data. Besides new challenges for analysing and visualising this amount of research data, also the management and sharing has become an important point in the daily research process. The major goal of the 2019s de.NBI SummerSchool is to give an overview about possibilities for a FAIR data sharing and their benefits for data producers as well as data consumers and furthermore to provide a brief introduction to recent technologies to process and inspect these data.
The 5th de.NBI Summer School on (Bio)Data Science takes place 02-06 September 2019 at the Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK) in Gatersleben, Germany. This training will be of interest to Life Scientists, Bioinformaticians, Computer Scientists, Systems Biologists, Synthetic Biologists and others working or interested in the field of (bio) research data.
First Announcement: 24-MAY-2019
Application Deadline: 21-JUN-2019
Notification of Acceptance: 12-JUL-2019
The summer school admission fee amounts to € 100 per participant.
Send your application here:
Please find below the poster announcing the 9th Symposium on Structural Proteomics which will be held in Göttingen, Germany, from November 3 to 6, 2019.
A number of top-class speakers have already confirmed their participation and will present their state-of-the-art research on the application of mass spectrometry not only to the structural elucidation of protein complexes, but also to “classical” structural biology. In addition to the main program we will offer workshops focused on MS-data evaluation and annotation.
Same as in previous years, we look forward to providing you a platform for scientific exchange, fruitful discussions and networking opportunities among scientists with an interest in Structural Proteomics.
We cordially invite you to join the event. The deadline for registration is September 1, 2019. We strongly encourage you to contribute to the symposium by submitting abstracts for poster or oral presentations. Please note that slots for oral presentations are available for students, as well as for senior scientists.
We would appreciate if you advertise this event to interested colleagues at your institute.
Thank you very much and best regards,
Henning (on behalf of the organizing committee)