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September 2020

YPIC Executive Board Member Elections

September 16, 2020 @ 08:00 - 17:00

The EUPA YPIC is looking for new Executive board members. We seek for creative and diligent scientists with a desire to assist other young researchers in proteomics, all under the umbrella of EUPA. Possible positions within the YPIC board: president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, communication (2 positions). If you have completed your latest degree no longer than 7 years ago and are ready to take on some responsibility running the Club for the next two years (2020-2022) send us a motivation…

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4th International Metaproteomics Symposium, now in September!

September 28, 2020 @ 00:00 - September 30, 2020 @ 23:59
Neumünster Abbey, 28, rue Münster
Luxembourg-Grund, 2160 Luxembourg
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Metaproteomics is the large-scale characterisation of the entire protein complement of a microbiota directly from an environment at a given point in time. Research examining environmental and human-associated microbiomes via multi-omics is expending rapidly. Especially, functional meta-omic approaches such as metaproteomics are currently employed intensively and provide a more comprehensive picture of multiple environments and their associated microbial communities than what could be done previously. The International Metaproteomics Symposium is the leading event in the field of metaproteomics and related…

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October 2020

6th YPIC-webinar: “Grant writing – tips and best practice from a professional”

October 9, 2020 @ 10:00 - 12:00

Dr. Marc Daigneault, who is Head of Research Funding at Medicines Discovery Catapult, will talk about "Grant writing - tips and best practice from a professional". Marc is responsible for business engagement, development, and exploitation. He has a strong academic record across a range of disciplines, including infection and immunity, cell signaling, cardiovascular disease and biomaterials. For the past 5 years, Marc has worked as a business development and innovation professional supporting SMEs in raising over £30 million in non-dilutive funding and…

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HUPO Connect 2020

October 19, 2020 @ 08:00 - October 22, 2020 @ 17:00

The HUPO 2020 World Congress originally scheduled to take place on October 18-22, 2020 in Stockholm, Sweden will be postponed to October 24-28, 2021. The postponement comes as a great disappointment but we are ready to embrace the challenge!  We want to ensure the proteomics community stay connected with what's happening in the field and have the opportunity to communicate their research. That’s why we are pleased to announce the first-ever international HUPO virtual experience – HUPO Connect 2020!HUPO Connect…

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November 2020


November 6, 2020 @ 15:00 - 16:30

Dr Vadim Demichev Ultra-Fast Proteomics for COVID-19 Outcome PredictionDr Demichev will present an update to his work on identifying outcome and severity predictors for CoVID-19. Dr Pedro Beltrao Comparative Host-Coronavirus Protein Interaction NetworksDr Beltrao will present an update to his work on CoVID-19 protein-host interaction networks. Prof Perdita Barran Coordination, Collaboration and COVID-19 - The Role of Mass SpectrometryProf Barran will provide an update on the CoVID-19 Mass Spectrometry Coalition You can register here.

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COVID Innovation Symposium | Solving the Complex Challenges of Today (Waters)

November 18, 2020 @ 14:00 - 18:30

Advancing Science Together for a Better Tomorrow Join Waters as the global scientific community connects to advance science together for a better tomorrow. In these unprecedented times, scientific collaboration has never been more important. By bringing together researchers with diverse scientific backgrounds and perspectives, we can address perplexing questions and solve complex problems such as those associated with the current COVID-19 pandemic, at an accelerated pace.  Just last month, Waters opened the first in a series of Research and Innovation Labs…

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Ist BELSACT Scientific Meeting (Virtual):

November 24, 2020 @ 09:00 - 18:00

Innovative tools for cell culture and process understanding, control and improvement The Ist BELSACT Scientific Meeting will bring together participants from top academic and industrial groups from Belgium and its neighboring countries. This meeting will discuss major innovative tools from the last decades that support cell culture and processes understanding, control and improvement. Leading scientists in these fields will provide cutting edge overview of these advances for improving animal cell cultures.

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January 2021

EuBIC Winter School 2021

January 11 - January 15

!CORONA CANCELLATION PENDING! The EuBIC Winter School on computational mass spectrometry (MS) takes place every two years. Its aim is to bring together the users and developers of computational mass spectrometry tools, as well as academia and industry. The winter school starts with an educational day dedicated to workshops and trainings in established computation MS tools and workflows. The following days, internationally renowned invited speakers give lectures and practical workshops covering the aspects of identification, quantification, result interpretation, and integration…

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February 2021

BePAc2020: Spatial Proteomics *CANCELED*

February 8 @ 08:00 - 17:00
University of Liège, Place du 20 Août
Liège, 4000 Belgium
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Protein function through space and time CHANGED DATE: This event was postponed to December 2021. Every two years, the Belgian Proteomics Association organizes a two-day symposium for everyone who is interested in proteins. The event is set up to facilitate collaborations and to introduce (young) people to the field of proteomics. Unfortunately, 2020 will not have its own edition. However, we are determined to have the meeting in December 2021 instead! This year the symposium revolves around Spatial Proteomics. A…

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May 2021

The Human Protein Atlas – Spatial proteomics in health and disease

May 6 @ 19:00 - 21:00

By Dr. Cecilia Lindskog (Uppsala University, Sweden) The spatial distribution of proteins determines the morphology and function of tissues, cells, and organelles. Knowledge of this spatial distribution is therefore essential to understand the healthy and diseased human body. The Human Protein Atlas (HPA) project is a large-scale initiative aiming at mapping the entire human proteome using antibody-based proteomics and integration of various other omics technologies. The publicly available knowledge resource www.proteinatlas.org has grown into one of the world’s most visited biological databases. The…

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