Conference Program

Program for US HUPO 16th Annual Conference  |  March 8-11, 2020 


The US HUPO 2020 conference program will begin 6:00 pm, Sunday, March 8 and conclude at 12:00 pm, Wednesday, March 11, 2019. All sessions (orals and posters), short courses, and workshops will be located in the Westin Seattle.

Go to Program | Abstracts > Workshops or Short Courses to learn about the 2020 offerings.

A preliminary Schedule Overview is also available. If you have a late-breaking abstract, please go to Abstract Guidelines.


Plenary Speakers

The conference will open Sunday evening with a keynote lecture by Dame Professor Carol Robinson (University of Oxford).

Additional Plenary lectures on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday will be delivered by US HUPO Award winners. This includes the Donald F. Hunt Award for Outstanding Contribution to Proteomics (Monday morning), the Gil Omenn Computational Proteomics Award & Catherine E. Costello Lifetime Achievement in Proteomics Award (both on Tuesday morning), and the Robert J. Cotter New Investigator Award (Wednesday conference closing).



Parallel Session Tracks & Invited Speakers


Cascadia Proteomics Symposium Session
A special session in conjunction with the Cascadia Proteomics Symposium chaired by Eric Deutsch and Robert Moritz (Institute for Systems Biology)


Computational and Statistical Methods
Devin Schweppe (Harvard Medical School)
Brian Searle (Institute for Systems Biology)

Novel ‘omics and Multiomics: Data Integration and Applications
Bernhard Kuster (Technical University of Munich)
Bobbie-Jo Webb-Robertson (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)


Aging and Age-related Diseases
Fiona McAllister (Calico Labs)
Peter Rabinovitch (University of Washington)

Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases
Amanda Myers (University of Miami)
Nicholas Seyfried (Emory University)

Biomarkers, Cancer and Precision Medicine
Yansheng Liu (Yale University)
Amanda Paulovich (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center) 

Immunity and Infectious Disease
Matt Boygo (Stanford University)
Ulrike Kusebauch (Institute for Systems Biology)




Advances in Technology
Ben Collins (Queens University Belfast)
Joe W. Gray (Oregon Health & Science University)

Chemical Proteomics and Drug Discovery
Kate Caroll (The Scripps Research Institute)
Jack Taunton (University of California, San Francisco)

Innovations in Biological Sample Processing
Steven Carr (Broad Institute)
Ryan Kelly (Brigham Young University)

New Developments in Structural Proteomics
James Bruce (University of Washington)
Yi Shi (University of Pittsburgh)


Proteomic Analysis of PTMs and Proteoforms
Ying Ge (University of Wisconsin)
Donald Kirkpatrick (Genentech)

Systems Approaches for Cellular Signaling
Anne-Claude Gingras (The Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute, University of Toronto)
Ruth Huttenhain (University of California, San Francisco) 

Regulation and Function of Protein Phosphorylation
Arminja Kettenbach (Dartmouth College)
Judit Villen (University of Washington)