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December 20, 2019
The May Institute on Computation and Statistics for Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics, taking place on April 27 - May 8, 2020 on the campus of Northeastern University in Boston MA, is now accepting applications. The application deadline is January 31, 2020.
New this year is a "Future developers workshop", a 2-day program that brings together developers (and aspiring developers) of R/Bioconductor-based tools for mass spectrometry and proteomics. We invite you to submit an abstract and present your research at the workshop.
Participants can select a subset of the following programs:
Instructors are leading experts, who contributed numerous experimental and computational methods and software. The target audiences are both beginners and experienced scientists, with both experimental and computational expertise.
Tuition fee waivers and travel fellowships will be available for students and postdocs affiliated with academic institutions in the US. Accepted presenters at the Future developers meeting will have a free admission to this part of the program.
More information is at https://computationalproteomics.khoury.northeastern.edu/
November 14, 2019
We received SIX fantastic designs for the 2020 conference t-shirt. Place a vote for your favorite by December 15. VOTE HERE
November 1, 2019
Be sure to check out the short course offering for 2020. We've added THREE new courses to the line-up. Courses are held at the conference venue, Seattle Westin Hotel. There is one two-day course spanning Saturday and Sunday, March 7 and 8 followed by six half-day courses on Sunday, March 8.
The time is now to start work on your abstract for the 2020 conference in March. There are plenty of opportunities to present your work as a talk or poster. Abstract submission guidelines and form | General Information on Seattle conference
We received six FANTASTIC designs for the 2020 t-shirt. Stay tuned for next steps on selection of the finalist.
August 19, 2019
View the complete conference program, hotel and venue information and more. It's time to save the date for US HUPO 2020, March 8 - 11, 2020 in Seattle, WA at the Westin Seattle.
March 29, 2019
Interview and presentation given by Prof. Juergen Cox, the awardee of the Gilbert S. Omenn Award in Computational Proteomics, at Bruker’s lunch event held at the US HUPO 2019. Watch the interview and presentation “Unlocking the Power of the Fourth Dimension: MaxQuant for timsTOF Pro" on YouTube now.
March 6, 2019
Yekaterina Kori (UPenn) recognized for Best Student Poster. Andy Qi (NCI, NIH) recognized for Best Postdoc Poster. Erica Pratt and Angela Kruse were recognized as Best Tweeters at the conference. These lucky winners each received $50. Honorable Mentions: Paolo Cifani, Alexey Nesvizhskii, John Yates. Help us keep US HUPO in the Twitter-sphere. #USHUPO when you share proteomics news and happenings.
There were four major awards presented at US HUPO 2019. Each recipient gave a plenary talk. Jennifer Van Eyk (Distinguished Contribution), Catherine Costello (Lifetime Achievement), Juergen Cox (Computational Proteomics), and Wilhelm Haas (New Investigator) delivered incredible lectures which highlighted their contributions and achievements in proteomics. More information on these and all Awards presented at US HUPO 2019.
The following funding opportunities may be of interest to the US HUPO community. If you have a funding announcement to share, please send details to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Funding Opportunity Announcement for Mass Spectrometric Assay in Obesity Research
Funding Opportunity Announcement within the HuBMAP