The Human Proteome Organization presents HUPO awards annually at the World Congress. These awards recognize the outstanding efforts and achievements of individuals (or groups) in the field of proteomics. HUPO gratefully acknowledges the support of Clinical Proteomics - BioMed Central, Journal of Proteomics - ELSEVIER BV, Journal of Proteome Research - ACS Publications, and the Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) as sponsors of four of the annual awards.
The 2019 HUPO Award recipients have been announced; see the 2019 HUPO Award recipients here.
Early Career Researcher Manuscript Competition
The ECR Manuscript Competition is the perfect occasion to make early-career researchers more visible to the proteomics community and serves as a platform to highlight the important contributions that post-doctoral fellows, young clinicians, and junior faculty members make to the proteomics field. HUPO encourages all ambitious early-career proteomics researchers to participate in this competition with an already published publication during calendar years 2018-2019. Three finalists will present their publications in a related parallel sessions at HUPO 2019 in Adelaide, where an expert committee will evaluate their oral presentations.
The 2019 ECR Manuscript Competition is closed; see who the three finalists are here.
PhD Poster Competition
HUPO holds a PhD Poster Competition annually at the world congress. Eight (8) poster abstracts are selected based on excellence to have a 3-min oral poster presentation. From these eight presentations, three presenting authors are awarded.
The 2019 PhD Poster Competition is now closed; see who the eight finalists are here.
HPP Clinical Scientist Travel Grants
Each year the The Human Proteome Project (HPP) reaches out to clinical scientists or clinicians who are using, or consider using, proteomics for their research projects. This year the HPP is supporting five (5) clinical scientists with a USD $1000 travel grant plus complimentary congress registration to attend the 2019 HUPO World Congress in Adelaide, Australia that will take place from September 15-19, 2019.
2019 HPP Clinical Scientist Travel Grant recipients have been announced; see who they are here.