Workshops hosted at the University of Oklahoma focus on targeted-validation proteomics. Targeted-validation proteomics typically follows the discovery phase. For targeted-validation proteomics, specialized mass spectrometers are used to specifically quantify the levels of a small set of proteins in a large number of samples. Targeted-validation proteomics generally utilizes 1000s of samples to measure 10s of target proteins.
Workshops are available at every level of research; from Core Directors to Students. For more information on Targeted-Validation Proteomics Workshops offered at the University of Oklahoma, please see the appropriate link below.
The Targeted Quantitative Proteomics workshops at OMRF and OUHSC will be held:
June 20-22 for Proteomics Core Facilities Staff (application deadline May 19, 2017)
July 18-20 for IDeA State Faculty, Postdocs, and Graduate Students group #1 (more information coming soon)
Aug 1-3 for IDeA State Faculty, Postdocs, and Graduate Students group #2 (more information coming soon)