The Next Step: Exploring the Proteome

Masur Auditorium, NIH: 8:30am - 5pm, Monday May 21, 2001

Symposium Information:

  • Schedule
  • Sponsors /
    Organizing Committee
  • ProtIG home page
  • Other proteome links:

  • NIH Mass Spectrometry Interest Group
  • Proteome Software on the Internet
  • Sources of Proteome Information
  • Schedule:

    The program is organized into a morning and an afternoon session. Below is the list of speakers, the title of their presentation and links to their abstract and bibliographical information:

    The morning session: 8:30am - midday:

    Michael M. Gottesman, Deputy Director for Intramural Research, NIH
    Opening address.

    Leigh Anderson, President for Proteomics, Large Scale Biology Corporation
    "Proteomics for Clinical and Research Use: Combining Protein Chips, 2D Gels and Mass Spectrometry"

    Jean-Charles Sanchez, Proteomics Group Leader, University of Geneva
    "Biomedical Applications of Proteomics."

    Scott Patterson, Senior Director for Proteomics, Celera
    "The Use of Mass Spectrometry in Proteomics."

    Ruedi Aebersold, Institute for Systems Biology, and Professor of Chemistry, University of Washington
    Quantitative Proteome Analysis: New Technology and Applications

    The afternoon session: 1:15pm - 5pm:

    Philip Andrews, Professor and Director, University of Michigan Center for Proteome Studies
    "Mapping Organisms Using Proteomics: Strategies, Technologies, and Infrastructure"

    Jonathan Minden, Professor of Biological Sciences, Carnegie Mellon University
    "Proteome Stargazing."

    John Cottrell, Director, Matrix Science, United Kingdom
    "Protein Identification by Combining Mass Spectrometry and Bioinformatics."

    James Garrels, President, Proteome Division, Incyte Genomics, Inc.
    "Building a Foundation of Protein Knowledge to Support Post-Genomic Research: The BioKnowledge Library Project."

    Eugene Koonin, Computational Biology Branch, NLM/NCBI.
    "Phylogenomics of Protein Domains."

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