Targeted Quantitative Proteomics Workshops for Faculty, Postdocs, and Graduate Students
IDeA National Resource for Proteomics
July 18-20, 2017
August 1-3, 2017
Hosted by the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation and the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Targeted Quantitative Proteomics methods are often used to validate Discovery Proteomics results, but can also be designed to target and quantify large groups of proteins to test a hypothesis without prior discovery results.
The goal of the workshop is to help the attendees understand the methods and incorporate them into their own research using either their local mass spectrometry resource or the IDeA National Proteomics Resource.
These workshops will be tailored to include people with moderate to limited to no mass spectrometry experience. Attendees will receive lecture-style presentations on topics such as fundamental principles of proteomics, experimental design for proteomics experiments, sample preparation, data collection, data analysis, and interpretation. Laboratory demonstrations of the practical sides of sample preparation and liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry methods will also be used.
We have 15 slots available for each workshop. The workshops are supported by supplements from the NIH to the Oklahoma INBRE (P20GM103447-17S1) and Arkansas INBRE (P20GM103429-15S1).
These supplements pay all travel, lodging, and meals for the participants.
The application deadline has passed. Both workshops are currently full. Please check back later for information regarding new workshops.
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