Targeted Proteomics: experimental design and data analysis

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Targeted Proteomics: experimental design and data analysis

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Targeted proteomics: Experimental design and data analysis

November - December 2021.-  Different targeted proteomics strategies have emerged in the field of proteomics that enable the detection and quantification of subsets of proteins with a high degree of sensitivity and reproducibility across many samples. This (virtual) EMBO Practical Course aims to fill in the gap between theory and the actual implementation of the targeted proteomics workflow, so that by the end of the week the students have the necessary know-how to implement different targeted proteomics workflows in their own research laboratories. The course will offer a daily keynote talk, followed by lectures and practical demonstrations, as well as practical work and exercises that will cover the complete workflow for experimental design and data analysis of targeted proteomics assays (i.e. targeted method design, optimization of instrument settings, manual and automated quantitative analysis, and statistical analysis of the data). Moreover, the course will host virtual poster sessions and social events to introduce informal discussion and adapt the technology to each participant's particular interests.

Organizers

  • Eduard Sabidó, Center for Genomic Regulation (CRG)/UPF Proteomics Unit and Omicstech
  • Michael MacCoss, University of Washington, USA

Speakers

  • Birgit Schilling, Buck Institute for Research on Aging, USA
  • Brendan MacLean, University of Washington, US
  • Cristina Chiva, Center for Genomic Regulation/UPF Proteomics Unit, ES
  • Eduard Sabido, Center for Genomic Regulation/UPF Proteomics Unit, ES
  • Eva Borras, Center for Genomic Regulation/UPF Proteomics Unit, ES
  • Forest M. White, MIT - Koch Institute for integrative cancer research, US
  • Guadalupe Espadas, Center for Genomic Regulation/UPF Proteomics Unit, ES
  • Jeffrey Whiteaker, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, US
  • Jesper Velgaard Olsen, Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research (CPR), University of Copenhagen (UCPH), DK
  • Lindsay Pino, University of Pennsylvania, US
  • Lukas Reiter, Biognosys, CH
  • Matthias Mann, Max Planck Institute, DE
  • Matthias Wilhem, Technical University of Munich, DE
  • Michael MacCoss, University of Washington, US
  • Ruedi Aebersold, ETH Zürich, CH

Registration

Registration fee: Academic 75€ / Industry: 200€

  • Registration Deadline - 15 September 2021
  • Abstract Submission Deadline - 15 September 2021
  • Chosen Participants Will Be Notified By - 30 September 2021
  • Payment Deadline - 15 October 2021                                                                                            

Registration includes:

  • Participation in all course sessions
  • Course materials
  • Social Activity

More information and registration HERE

Download the poster HERE

 

Contact

CRG Training Unit

E-mail: training@crg.eu

Phone: +34933160375