Eduard Sabidó (CRG), Ruedi Aebersold (ETH Zürich) and many more...
This EMBO Practical Course aims to fill in the gap between theory and the actual implementation of the targeted proteomics workflow. Registration and abstract submission deadline: 1 JUNE 2014
Different targeted proteomics strategies have recently emerged in the field of proteomics that enable the detection and quantification of a predetermined subset of proteins with a high degree of sensitivity and reproducibility across many samples. This 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 the targeted proteomics workflows on their own research laboratories. The course will offer a daily keynote talk by a high-profile speaker introducing the topic of the day with examples of his/her own research, followed by "Practical demonstrations" (20%), and "Practical work and exercices" (40%) 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, these sessions will be followed by "Poster Sessions" (10%) and "Social Events" to introduce informal discussion tables to adapt the technology to each participant's particular interests.
The course will cover a topic per day:
• Biological significance of targeted proteomics experiments
• How to get optimal targeted proteomics assays?
• Data interpretation and statistical analysis
• Turning targeted proteomics high-throughput
Please visit the course website for complete information and registration:
Registration and abstract submission deadline: 1 JUNE 2014