The Annual HUPO Congress in 2019 in Adelaide, Australia is approaching and will again host a rich C-HPP and HPP program and activities to share progress and results of the international chromosome teams and the whole C-HPP. Status reports will be presented on the status of missing protein identification (neXt-MP50) and the identification of functions of uPE1 proteins in the neXt-CP50 projects, to seek new joint projects with B/D-HPP teams, and to discuss the future directions of C-HPP.
HPP Workshop Days
The various activities of the C-HPP are listed and continuously updated on the C-HPP Wiki. Especially relevant are the pre- and post-congress HPP Workshops. On Sunday September 15th is the HPP Investigators Program, Hall A, Adelaide Convention Centre jointly coordinated by Chris Overall and Fernando Corrales. The Post-Congress HPP workshop, organized by Mark Baker, is being held 9 – 5pm, Thursday Sept 19th, Bradley Forum, Level 5 Hawke Building, City West Campus, UniSA, 50 – 55 Nth Terrace, Adelaide, about 500 m west on North Terrace towards the new Hospital. Again, the program is posted on the C-HPP Wiki and the C-HPP Portal.
C-HPP Poster Session
Outside the submitted abstracts stream for HUPO, again we will have a separate C-HPP poster session running the entire meeting. Please bring extra posters relevant to the C-HPP that you wish to present, especially unpublished recent data. Note, abstracts do not have to be uploaded to the HUPO-Adelaide web site, just bring your research along to present. We encourage you to bring additional extra posters for this section to translate your research, highlight your trainees, and accelerate C-HPP discussions. The C-HPP Poster Discussion, led by Gil Omenn will be at morning coffee/tea Tuesday 10:00-10:40 and possibly in the afternoon tea break also. Lightning 2-minute talks at each poster will be followed by Q & A. This will be a key part in deciding Poster Awards!
Please put up the posters Sunday afternoon or Monday morning at the latest to ensure ample viewing and discussion time. We have a great location, posters numbers 1 – 20, just as you enter the main exhibit hall on the left and en route to the Bioinformatics Hub. These posters will be displayed for the entire length of the congress. Protifi (https://www.protifi.com/) is sponsoring 3 @ USD200 C-HPP Poster Awards, which along with Certificates, will be presented at the Awards Ceremony on Wednesday at the close of the congress.
Again, Eric Deutsch has mastered a wide ranging and practical program on bioinformatics challenges (click for the program) in MP hunting, data analysis and implementing the new Human Proteome Project Data Interpretation Guidelines (Version 3.0) in a friendly atmosphere that encourages Q & A and for attendees to come away truly knowing the answer to their questions. The Hub is perfectly located at the main entrance of the exhibit hall to the left, incidentally with the C-HPP posters on one of its outside walls.
The new HPP Data Guidelines v 3.0
A key take home message from the HPP workshop days in Adelaide and the bioinformatics hub will be presentation and discussion on implementation of the new guidelines for MP discovery and promotion to PE1. Please read the preprint here Human Proteome Project Data Interpretation Guidelines (Version 3.0).
C-HPP Annual Report
The C-HPP Annual report can be found here.
The C-HPP Wiki
The C-HPP wiki is updated, but we require your input for the individual chromosome teams. Please refer to Peter Horvatovich for log in info to post and edit entries. Peter will be presenting how to edit the wiki in the bioinformatics hub on Monday, September 16, 2019 at 10:30-11:00 and is available during the meeting to help members work with the wiki. Each chromosome group is also requested to send their respective neXt-MP50 and neXt-CP50 reports and update their chromosome C-HPP Wiki page.
We look forward to seeing you at (C)-HPP events of the HUPO 2019 Congress in Adelaide. Let’s go!
Chris Overall (chair), Young-Ki Paik (co-chair), Lydie Lane (co-chair), Gilberto B. Domont (MAL), Fernando Corrales (MAL), Pengyuan Yang (MAL) and Peter Horvatovich (secretary general).