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2024 HUPO Council Election:   Call for Nominations (Term 2025-2027)

The HUPO Nominations and Elections Committee (NEC) is seeking candidates to serve on the HUPO Council for a three-year term beginning January 2025 (2025-2027).

Each Councilor must be an active (paid) HUPO member who is a scientist from the public or private sector with professional experience in educational, research, or commercial activities related to the purposes of HUPO. HUPO Councilors are expected to actively participate in at least one HUPO Committee, Initiative or Working Group and assist with other HUPO activities from time to time, during their term. 

By serving in a leadership capacity, you can further the priorities outlined in the HUPO strategic plan and enhance your professional profile and organization among peers and across the proteomics community. HUPO embraces diversity and inclusion and is committed to building an organization that represents a variety of identities, backgrounds, perspectives and abilities. In 2017 HUPO Council removed the clause that requires Councilors to have at least ten years of professional experience.

The NEC Chair Aleksandra Nita-Lazar and Co-chair Si Wu, invite your self nominations.

To submit a nomination please complete the 2024 Nomination Form and submit it by July 8, 2024.

The current Council list can be seen here and the HUPO Mission statement here.

For questions or further information, please contact the HUPO Office office@hupo.org

Again this year, voting will be conducted electronically. In September, all active (paid) HUPO members will receive an email containing a secure election ID code. Electors simply click on the link provided and cast their anonymous votes. 

Diversity Candidates 

Each regional organization (Eastern, Central, Western) will be asked to nominate two (2) candidates to be considered for diversity positions on the HUPO Council. Diversity candidates are nominated by the national/regional proteomics societies with the understanding that the selections should increase the diversity of the Council from each region (examples: less represented countries as defined by HUPO membership fees, gender balance, young scientists, agricultural and micro-organism proteomic, industry). There is a block vote for diversity candidates with “accept” or “not accept” as part of the global HUPO election process.




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