Chris Overall, C-HPP Chair, Canada
Hybrid 23st C-HPP Workshop to be held July 1, 2021 in Busan (South-Korea)
With predicted travel restrictions and vaccination progress occurring at different rates in our various team countries the form of the 23st C-HPP workshop to be held in Busan (South-Korea) on July 1, 2021 will be a hybrid meeting comprised of face-to-face with online participation of one 4-hour session occurring from 15:00-19:00 local time. Keynote speakers will be Dr Lydie Lane, Co-Chair of the C-HPP and Josh La Baer. Team presentations, next-MP50 and next-CP50 updates, new strategies and future trajectory will be discussed. On the following day, Friday July 2, the annual C-HPP PIC meeting will be held for one hour. Details will follow as the dates close in.
We hope that vaccination program against COVID19 will progress and will allow us to meet again in person soon.
Looking for groups hosting C-HPP Workshop in 2022 and 2023
C-HPP is playing a central role in completing the human proteome by discovering evidence for the proteins making up the missing proteome, in identifying the function of proteins with expression evidence at the protein level (PE1), but lacking any known function (uPE1 proteins), and in identifying human protein sequence variants and post-translational modification profiles. C-HPP EC and international chromosome teams are meeting twice annually at international HUPO Congress and at bespoke C-HPP Workshop. We are looking for volunteer teams to propose and host the 2022 and 2023 C-HPP workshops, sometime in spring. Please, send your workshop organisation plan to the C-HPP EC for consideration and help in developing a fantastic proposal.
Join us! Research teams for Chromosome 21 and 22!
C-HPP Consortium leadership is looking for partners, which can join C-HPP initiative to advance MP50 and CP50 projects by identifying missing proteins and identify function(s) to uPE1 proteins for chromosomes 21 and 22. Motivated PIs are encouraged to contact Chris Overall (Chair of C-HPP, email firstname.lastname@example.org) or other members of the C-HPP leadership.