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2022 Conference Chairs

Peggi Angel

Medical University of South Carolina

David Muddiman

North Carolina State University

Ben Neely

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Renã Robinson

Vanderbilt University

US HUPO 2022: One World 

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

We are excited to welcome you to Charleston, South Carolina, for the 18th Annual US HUPO Conference with this year’s theme One World.

US HUPO 2022 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 Enabling Pandemic Proteomics, Automation and Large-Scale Proteomics, Microbiome Multi-omics and Proteomics to Advance Equity.

In addition, we present plenty of opportunities for young scientists to connect with seasoned proteomics professionals and present their work in over 200 poster presentations and 50 lightning-talks.

We are grateful to all US HUPO 2022 sponsors and exhibitors, who support the conference and many academic and professional organizations that will join us. We invite you to actively participate in the scientific sessions, present your own research and enjoy the excitement and the warm hospitality of the US HUPO Conference and the city of Charleston.

We hope you enjoy US HUPO 2022!

Peggi Angel, David Muddiman, Ben Neely and Renã Robinson

US HUPO 2022 Conference Organizers

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.

Past Conference Information

Looking for the conference program from 2021 or previous years? Visit the Past Conferences page for all past conference programs.


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