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EuBIC Winter School on Proteomics and Bioinformatics –

January 2019 in Zakopane, Poland

EuBIC (the European Bioinformatics Community) have scheduled a winter school on proteomics and bioinformatics for January 15-18th 2019 in Zakopane, Poland, (EuPA sponsored).

This is the third EuBIC event of this sort, which have previously proven to successfully bring together scientists in the field of proteomics and bioinformatics.

This year’s special focus is the Challenges in Quantification and DIA.

Although still waiting for the confirmation the invited speakers include Brian Searle, Evangelia Petsalaki, Hannes Röst, Kathryn Lilley, Lars Juhl Jensen, Martin Eisenacher, Mathias Wilhelm, Stefan Tenzer, Sven Degroeve, and Yasset Perez-Riverol.

The registration fees for
students are 300€ (early birds) and 400€. The participants are encouraged to
submit abstracts for poster presentation in order to discuss and promote their
work.

The abstracts will be
reviewed and the notification of acceptance will be given by November 30th,
2018. Selected authors will be given the opportunity to give a short oral
presentation of their work.

https://www.proteomics-academy.org/eubic-winter-school-2019

New FinnProt secretary

Dear FinnProt member,

Dr Martina Lorey will be stepping down as the FinnProt secretary. Their tasks will be taken over by Dr Robert Moulder (robert.moulder [at] btk.fi) who will be happy to answer all your questions in the future. On behalf of the FinnProt we wish to warmly thank her for all contributions and hard work for the board in the past.

With warm regards,

Maciej Lalowski

FinnProt, President

FinnProt grant anouncement

It is our pleasure to announce that Dr Natalia Battchikova (University of Turku) has been awarded a FinnProt grant (500 €) to attend the Nordic Proteomics Conference 2018.

Please visit a conference website to see the updates. Please note that the Abstract submission deadline has been extended to March 1st, 2018.

Nordic Proteomics Conference, NPC 2018, April 18th-20th, Bergen

We are thrilled to invite you to the coming Nordic Proteomics Conference, NPC 2018, April 18th-20th. The conference is located on the west coast of Norway in the beautiful city of Bergen. The conference provides workshops on the first day giving excellent educational opportunities followed by a strong scientific program presented over two days by top lecturers. The latest research, technology and methodology will be presented during this part of the conference.

The main goals of the conference are to give an overview of the newest and most exiting Nordic research in the field of proteomics, provide an arena for interactions within the Nordic proteomics societies and being an arena to meet people with common interest for possible initiations of new collaborations. There will be several time slots dedicated for vendor and social interactions, poster viewing, and meeting the speakers to see these goals reached.

Website Link: https://www.proteomics.no/

We hope to see you there!

 

 

2nd Finnish Symposium on Biological Mass Spectrometry

Dear colleagues, 

 the 2nd Finnish Symposium on Biological MS will be held 31.10. – 01.11. in Hotel Vanajanlinna in Hämeenlinna. There will be a one day course before the symposium.

Please check our website https://www.fsbms2.fi/

The registration is open already, and more news will follow very soon!

Update on the 2nd Finnish Symposium on Biological Mass Spectrometry

The Finnish Proteomic Society (FinnProt) and the Finnish Mass Spectrometry Society (FMSS) are arranging the

2nd Finnish Symposium on
Biological Mass Spectrometry

30 October – 1 November 2017
Vanajalinna, Hämelinna

 

Monday 30 October is reserved for a course program. Tuesday and Wednesday are booked for scientific presentations.

Room reservation are arranged by either the Vanajanlinna webpage (www.vanajanlinna.fi) or by email to tapahtumat@vanajanlinna.fi and using the reservation code FSBMS2017. The deadline for the room reservations is 10.10.2017 and it can be cancelled without extra costs without a medical certificate before 24/10/2017.

The price list depending on the room type is as follows (Breakfast included in the price):
75 € / person / night / Two people room
135 € / person / night /Single room
85 € / person / night / Two people Club Suit
145 €/ person / night / Club Suit for one person

It is also possible to arrange an extra bed (40 €) .

 

 

 

11th Summerschool “Advanced Proteomics”, Brixen Italy, 30th July – 5th August

The deadline for the 11th Summerschool “Advanced Proteomics” has been extended to the 15th of June. More informations in the attached in the following link

EuPA School on Practical Proteomics (8th-21th October 2017)

The 1st EuPA School on Practical Proteomics is aimed for early-career scientists that do not necessarily have MS instrumentation in their laboratories but are interested in learning theory and practical aspects of sample preparation for MS-based proteomics in order to collaborate with proteomics laboratories or core facilities. The renowned faculty will give lectures on common strategies in MS-based proteomics and their applications in cutting-edge biological research. In dedicated tutorial sessions, the faculty will provide a direct input about possible strategies in participants’ projects.

The practical part of the School will address hands-on protocols for protein extraction, digestion, enrichment of modified peptides, stable isotope labelling, peptide separation, as well as data interpretation after a successful MS measurement. The 1st EuPA School on Practical Proteomics is aimed for early-career scientists that do not necessarily have MS instrumentation in their laboratories but are interested in learning theory and practical aspects of sample preparation for MS-based proteomics in order to collaborate with proteomics laboratories or core facilities. The renowned faculty will give lectures on common strategies in MS-based proteomics and their applications in cutting-edge biological research. In dedicated tutorial sessions, the faculty will provide a direct input about possible strategies in participants’ projects. The practical part of the School will address hands-on protocols for protein extraction, digestion, enrichment of modified peptides, stable isotope labelling, peptide separation, as well as data interpretation after a successful MS measurement.

Abstract and Registration Deadline: 15. August 2017
Registration fee: EuPA member: 250 €, Non-EuPA members: 400 €

https://www.proteomics-academy.org/practical-proteomics-school