EDUCATION
 

Proteomics is a rapidly growing field of science and many new methods and technologies are constantly under development.  The Swedish Proteomics Society organizes educational activities that aid scientists and students to expand their knowledge and interact with leading experts in the field.
 
We will organize our next workshop in conjunction with the 15th annual meeting to be held in Gothenburg from 21-22 November 2016.
 
EARLIER ACTIVITIES

Read more on our previous workshop in quantitative proteomics that was held on 22-23 August 2015. The event was very popular with more than 25 participants.

Workshop in Quantitative Proteomics
5th Nordic Proteomics Symposium


Saturday, 22 August

13:00-13:10  Welcome and introduction - Sven Kjellström, Lund University

13:10-14:45  Introduction to Biological Mass Spectrometry - Elisabet Carlsohn, Göteborg University

14:45-15:00  Coffee break
 
15:00-16:00  Quantification part I - Garry Corthals, University of Amsterdam
 
16:00-17:00  Quantification part II - Garry Corthals, University of Amsterdam
 
17:00-19:00  Practical work MALDI quantification
 
19:00   Dinner at CEBMMS


Sunday, 23 August

09:00-09:50  Targeted Proteomics - Johan Teleman, Lund University
 
09:50-10:10  Coffee break
 
10:10-11:00   Quantitative proteomics using isobaric tags - Carina Sihlbom, Göteborg University
 
11:00-12:00  Quantitative proteomics in neuroscience - Carol Nilsson University of Texas
 
12:00-13:00  Lunch at CEBMMS
 
13:00-14:00 Continuation of practical work
 
Train to Malmö.

RECENT EVENTS

2003

Second Swedish Proteomics Society Symposium 7-8 December, 2003. Quantitative proteomics, fundamental aspects of glycoprotein, MALDI imaging and a number of other interesting topics were included in the 2003 year Symposium.

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The Biotech Forum Meeting 26-28 November, 2003 in Stockholm hosted a Proteomics session arranged by the Swedish Proteomic Society.

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SPS Workshop

SPS Workshop held in May 9, 2003, Ångströms Laboratory, Uppsala. Prof. Caprioli and Dr. Reyzer made presentations within the Tissue Imaging & Profiling Research Area using Mass Spectrometry.
 

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