1st Norwegian Symposium on Proteomics and Biological Mass Spectrometry

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Welcome to the first Norwegian symposium on proteomics and biological mass spectrometry. This meeting is jointly organised by the National Network of Advanced Proteomics Infrastructure (NAPI), the Norwegian Proteomics Society, the Norwegian Society for Mass Spectrometry, and the Mass Spectrometry Common Lab at the University of Oslo.

Our diverse program features excellent national and international speakers, and will provide an overview of the latest research and technological breakthroughs in a range of connected disciplines including proteomics, analytical chemistry, metabolomics, meta-omics, and imaging mass spectrometry.

The meeting is open to any researchers (including non-experts) who are interested in learning more about the growing capabilities for cutting-edge proteomics and biological mass spectrometry in Norway and beyond.

 

Registration is now open: access our registration page here.

There are two registration packages available. 

1) Scientific program only (800 NOK)

2) Scientific program, social excursion and symposium dinner (1500 NOK).

More information is available on the registration page. We look forward to being able to meet in person again, and have kept registration fees to a minimum in order to make the meeting as accessible as possible.

The registration deadline is Wednesday 20th April

Program

The scientific program runs from 9 AM to 4 PM on Thursday 5th May and 9 AM to 2 PM on Friday 6th May. The social visit to the Munch museum and the symposium dinner at The Grand Hotel both take place after the scientific program on Thursday 5th May (4:30 PM and 7:30 PM, respectively). The above timings are subject to minor modifications but will be finalised in the full program, available soon.

 

Confirmed speakers include:

Karl Mechtler. Protein Chemistry Facility, Research Institute of Molecular Pathology, Austria.

Provisional title: New Developments in Mass spectrometry based Single-Cell Proteomics

 

Katrin Marcus. Medical Proteome Centre, Ruhr Universitat Bochum, Germany. 

Provisional Title: Mass spectrometry-based identification of body fluids for forensic purposes 

 

Maarten Altelaar. Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Utrecht University, Netherlands. 

Provisional Title: Innovations in phosphoproteomics to study cellular signaling and cell cycle regulation

 

Tuulia Hyötyläinen. School of Science and Technology, Örebro University, Sweden. Provisional Title: Metabolomics and lipidomics strategies for clinical research and biomarker discovery

 

May-Britt Tessem. Department of Circulation and Medical Imaging, NTNU, Norway. 

Provisional Title: Tissue multi-omics of prostate cancer

 

Eivind Undheim. Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis, UiO, Norway. 

Provisional Title: Function and evolution of ant venoms

 

Pål Falnes. Department of Biosciences, UiO, Norway. 

Provisional Title: Using mass spectrometry to study methylation of nucleic acids and proteins

 

Phil Pope. The Microbial Ecology and Meta-omics Group, NMBU, Norway. 

Provisional Title: Reconstructing complex microbiomes in the “-Ome” era

 

Dario Segura Pena. Center for Molecular Medicine Norway (NCMM), UiO, Norway.

Provisional Title: Hydrogen-deuterium exchange (HDX) coupled to mass spectrometry for analysis of protein conformations and protein-ligand interactions

 

Jorunn Stamnæs. KG Jebsen Coeliac Disease Research Centre, UiO, Norway.

Provisional Title: Spatial tissue proteomics to study intestinal remodeling in celiac disease

 

Ravi Bollineni. Institute for Cancer Research, Oslo University Hospital, Norway. 

Provisional title: Tumor antigen discovery using mass spectrometry

 

Yakubu Princely Abudu. Institute of Medical Biology, UiT, Norway. 

Provisional title: 'Sequestosomics' studies reveal diverse roles of p62 in several cellular pathways

 

Paula Carrillo Rodriguez. Proteomics Unit at the University of Bergen (PROBE), Norway/University of Granada, Spain. 

Provisional Title: AXL receptor tyrosine kinase signaling: DDA, DIA and TMT proteomics analysis

 

Emma Ahrman. Bruker Daltonics

Provisional title: Latest developments for 4D Proteomics and SpatialOMx with trapped ion mobility technology

 

Gina Eagle. Sciex

Provisional title: TBC

 

Confirmed sponsors:

 

For more information contact the NAPI Administrative Manager Joseph Robertson

Published Mar. 10, 2022 3:12 PM - Last modified Apr. 20, 2022 10:33 AM