Targeted Quantitative Proteomics
IDeA National Resource Targeted-Validation Phase Proteomics Workshop for Proteomics Facility Staff
June 20-22, 2017
Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation and the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
The first Targeted Quantitative Proteomics Workshop will be tailored to proteomics facility staff.
This workshop will emphasize advanced methods for targeted quantitative proteomics used to measure protein abundances in complex mixtures. The goal is to help IDeA state proteomics facilities incorporate these experiments into the services they offer investigators at their home institutions. Attendees will interact with faculty and presenters on a variety of topics such as experimental design, sample preparation, data collection, data analysis, and data interpretation. The workshops will be composed of both lecture-style presentations and laboratory demonstrations with LC-MS systems, sample preparation, and data analysis. The experiments will include both Selected Reaction Monitoring methods (SRM and PRM) and High Resolution Accurate Mass methods (HRAM).
Applications are currently closed. Check back soon for information on next year’s workshops.
All workshops are supported by a supplement to the Oklahoma INBRE (P20GM103447-17S1) and Arkansas INBRE (P20GM103429-15S1).
For more information, contact Cecilia H. Nguyen, Coordinator.
Dr. Mike Kinter
Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
Dr. Virginie Sjoelund
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Dr. Alan Tackett
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences