We are excited to welcome you to the 17th Annual Conference of US HUPO with this year’s theme “Proteomics from Single Cell to Systems Biology in Health and Disease”!
This year’s US HUPO conference features a full program of outstanding plenary speakers, a great variety of 14 parallel scientific sessions and oral presentations, as well as educational short courses and topic-specific evening workshops. Our oral presentation sessions cover diverse and fascinating proteomic topics, such as ‘Single Cell proteomics’, ‘Cellular Signaling & Systems Biology’, ‘Omics of the Central Nervous System’, ‘Proteomics of Infectious Disease (COVID-19)’, ‘Biomarkers and Precision Medicine’, ‘Cardiovascular Proteomics’, ‘Technology Innovation in Multi-omics’, ‘Epigenetics and Chromatin Biology’, ‘Protein post-translational modifications’, ‘Top-down proteomics and native MS’, ‘Machine learning and computational proteomics’, ‘Multi-‘omics - Methods and Applications’, ‘New Strategies of Interactomics in Structural Biology’, and ‘Stem Cell proteomics and Chemical Proteomics in Drug Discovery’. In addition, we present plenty of opportunities for young scientists to present their work in over 200 poster presentations, 50 lightning-talks and 10 ‘tips and tricks’ talks. We also hope to promote the collaboration between industry and academia in this US HUPO 2021!
We are grateful to all US HUPO 2021 sponsors, who helped support the Congress and many academic and professional organizations that joined us. Due to organizational travel restrictions and the uncertainty around the COVID-19 pandemic, the US HUPO 2021 Conference will be held virtually on Monday, March 8 – Friday, March 12, 2021. We invite you to fully participate in the scientific sessions and enjoy the excitement and the warm hospitality of the US HUPO Conference.
We hope you enjoy US HUPO 2021!
Ying Ge, Stephanie Cologna, Alexey Nesvizhskii, and Yingming Zhao
About the Conference
The US HUPO Annual Conference has established itself as a highly valued contribution to the interdisciplinary scientific field of proteomics, with a particular focus on current technologies in the field and their application to solving biological and clinical questions relevant to human health. The topics covered at the annual conference reflect the multiple disciplines, strategies, and technologies encompassing the proteomics field, and their use to address complex biomedical problems and enable new discoveries aimed at advancing diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of human disease.
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