Marta del Campo Mila, VU University, Medical Centre, Amsterdam,
Charlotte Teunissen, VU University, Medical Centre, Amsterdam,
The HUPO Brain Proteome Project (HBPP) Steering Committee invites you to register for the 29th HUPO Brain Proteome Project Workshop, which will be held on 27th and 28th of May 2019 in Amsterdam.
HBPP Spring Workshops cover a wide range of topics relevant to neuroproteomics research. The program is highly dynamic and interactive, and all participants are given the opportunity to give an oral presentation on their research or updates of novel techniques and analytical approaches used in their labs. Workshops have included, for example, sessions on myelin proteomics, autoimmunity, and bioinformatics.
HBPP is committed to a strong clinical and translational focus. Hence, sessions in last meetings were dedicated to proteomics of psychiatric disorders, movement disorders, spinal cord injury & trauma, dementia, and cancers of the CNS. On top of that, there will be a very nice evening program that will allow all the delegates to have relax interactions with a unique local atmosphere.
The HBPP Steering Committee encourages every researcher interested in brain proteomics, including junior scientists to join this event. For more information about the workshop please visit https://www.hbpp2019.com/.
Don’t hesitate to extent and share this information between all your colleagues within the field.
We are looking forward to see your latest results at this inspiring meeting!
On behalf of the HBPP steering committee, thank you.