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HUPO Early Career Research initiative together with Young Proteomics Investigators Club (YPIC) invite everyone to special mentoring sessions at during HUPO Connect 2020. For the first time, the HUPO mentoring will be held online in 3 sessions on different days and times, to allow global participation.
Session 1. How to make the most out of a mentor-mentee relationship. Monday Oct 19, 14:00 UTC
Session 2. Career, family and work-life balance (during the pandemic). Tuesday Oct 20, 21:30 UTC
Session 3. Beyond academia - Reflections from industry and publishing. Wednesday Oct 21, 05:45 UTC
Speakers include B. Garcia and R. Huttenhain. See HUPO Connect 2020 program for session details.
Mentoring sessions are included in your HUPO Connect 2020 registration, so pull up a comfy chair, grab your drinks and snacks and join in the party.
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View our extensive program for HUPO Connect 2020 with 9 scientific sessions, 3 mentoring sessions, industry talks, General Assembly of Members, HPP Futures Day as well as PhD poster and ECR manuscript competition finals. Virtual posters will be available on-demand throughout the Congress. There will be different options for delegate interactions and fun activities, so don’t miss this opportunity to connect with international colleagues!
Pre-Congress Training Course
Our online Pre-Congress Training course includes 4 training topics: Proteomics 101, Proteogenomics, Post-translational modification (PTM) analysis, and Computational Tools for Functional Analysis of Proteins. The course will conclude with inspirational, short talks in a special New Technologies and New Approaches session on Friday, October 16, 2020. See detailed program here.
Early Bird Registration until Sept 28, 2020
Registration savings are still available for HUPO Connect 2020! A single registration allows access to the Pre-Congress Training course (from Sept 28) and all Main Congress activities including the Human Proteome Project Futures Day (Oct 19-22).
New Innovations in Proteomics
Join Chair, Anne Bendt, and Speakers, Albert Heck (Fishing Within the Proteome with Phosphate and Phosphonate Handles) and Bernd Bodenmiller (Highly Multiplexed Imaging of Tissues with Subcellular Resolution by Imaging Mass Cytometry), for our last webinar leading up to HUPO Connect 2020 on Thursday, September 24, 2020. Register today for New Innovations in Proteomics!
Note: All webinars are free for HUPO Members. Non Members can sign up for HUPO’s Mailing List during the registration process and receive complimentary registration. Learn more about these webinars by clicking here.
Nominations are invited from active HUPO members with professional experience in the educational, research, or commercial activities related to the purposes of HUPO, to serve 2-year terms as treasurer or member-at-large (2 positions) on the HUPO Executive Committee, commencing January 2021. Nominations will be elected by Council vote.
For more information and to apply, view, complete and submit the HUPO Executive Committee Nomination Form with a photo of yourself, by September 15 , 2020.
Online voting for HUPO 2020 Council Elections will begin on Monday, September 21st and an email containing a secure election ID code along with voting instructions will be sent to all active HUPO members. If you are a HUPO member and do not receive this email check your Junk/Spam folder. Election closes on Sunday, October 18, 2019 at 23:59 Pacific Standard time (PST); be sure to submit your anonymous vote before then!
Working on human protein data but never had time to explore neXtProt? Want to better understand its data model or integrate its tools in your data workflow? This online course (lecture and/or practicals) is for you! Please register asap, places are limited! Visit the SIB page for more details: https://www.sib.swiss/training/course/2020-09-nextprot
With the development of a “Virtual HUPO 2020” congress, this year the HUPO awards will be presented online via webinar during the virtual congress .
The following HUPO awards remain open for nominations until July 31, 2020:
Distinguished Achievement in Proteomic Sciences Award ($3000, sponsored by Journal of Proteome Research – ACS Publications) recognizes a scientist for distinguished scientific achievements in the field of proteomic science.
Discovery in Proteomic Sciences Award ($3000, sponsored by Journal of Proteomics – Elsevier BV) recognizes a scientist for single discovery in the field of proteomics.
Clinical and Translational Proteomics Award ($3000, sponsored by Clinical Proteomics – BioMedCentral) recognizes a scientist for distinguished scientific achievements in the field of clinical and translational proteomics.
Nomination Deadline: July 31, 2020
Click here to review the nomination requirements and submission details.
Thank you for your nominations!
After close monitoring of the global risk assessment by the World Health Organization of the COVID-19 pandemic, on behalf of the HUPO Executive Committee, Swedish Proteomics Society, Swedish Pharmaceutical Society and the HUPO 2020 Local Organizing Committee, we wish to share with you today that the HUPO 2020 World Congress (HUPO 2020), originally scheduled on October 18-22, 2020 in Stockholm, Sweden will be postponed to October 24-28, 2021. The location (Waterfront Congress Centre in Stockholm, Sweden) will remain the same.
The postponement was based on multiple factors, including but not limited to, the current travel restrictions put in place and, importantly, the toll currently being placed on our health care community. These restrictions significantly affect the ability of delegates, speakers, presenters, sponsors and exhibitors to participate fully in HUPO 2020. This decision also underlines our commitment to containing the virus and preventing further sickness and loss of life, as per WHO recommendations.
Although the postponement comes as a great disappointment, we are ready to embrace the challenge! We want to ensure you stay connected with what's happening in proteomics, which is why our team is excited to announce the first-ever international HUPO virtual experience! We will be providing a series of virtual meetings in fall of 2020 which amongst the sessions planned will include one to highlight the role of proteomics in tackling many key aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Due to the rapidly evolving nature of the pandemic, we invite all delegates and industry partners to read our FAQs and monitor your emails, as well as the congress website, for specific information on the new Congress timeline.
The Local Organizing Committee with the support of the Swedish Proteomics Society, Swedish Pharmaceutical Society and HUPO are committed to bringing you a HUPO World Congress as never before and look forward to seeing you in 2021!
In the meantime, please stay safe and healthy.
Don't miss the chance to submit your candidacy to become a HUPO Council member for a three-year term (2021-2023). Complete the 2020 Elections Nomination Form (available here) and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org before 30 April 2020.
The current council list can be found here:2020 HUPO Council Election
The deadline to receive nominations is 30 April 2020.
Henning Hermjakob, European Bioinformatics Institute, UK
Biomolecular pathways are a key tool to put proteomics results into context, and pathway databases are often the first port of call to make sense of long lists of identifications and quantitations. Reactome (https://reactome.org)  is an open source, open data knowledge base of curated human pathways. While Reactome employs full time curators, we depend critically on voluntary domain experts who provide their time and knowledge to ensure quality and coverage of the pathways annotated in the database. Similar to manuscript reviewers, these essential community contributors are hard to attract, and the Reactome team would like to reach out to the HUPO community to contribute to the extension and validation of Reactome content. Recently, we have added features that allow to search for contributors by name, and for them to claim their contributions to their ORCID (https://orcid.org/) profile with a few clicks , contributing to efforts to provide credit for open data.
So, if you have a favorite pathway, please check if it’s already perfect in Reactome, and if not, click on https://reactome.org/community/collaboration to provide your expertise, and to support your future pathway analysis!
When you give presentations please disseminate this important message- using the slides included here.
Example of a Reactome pathway overview diagram (free to download as vector graphic).
1: Jassal B, et al. The reactome pathway knowledgebase. Nucleic Acids Res. 2020 Jan 8;48(D1):D498-D503. doi: 10.1093/nar/gkz1031. PubMed PMID: 31691815.
2: Viteri G, et al. Reactome and ORCID-fine-grained credit attribution for community curation. Database (Oxford). 2019 Jan 1;2019. pii: baz123. Doi: 10.1093/database/baz123. PubMed PMID: 31802127.
Sanjeeva Srivastava, IIT Bombay, India
On February 5 – 7, 2019 the Continuing Education Programmes (CEP) at IIT Bombay hosted a Proteomics course titled “Proteomics: Sample Preparation, Mass Spectrometry and Data Analysis”. Participants prepared their own samples for protein identification, label-free quantification and iTRAQ-based quantitative proteomics analysis. While the participants learnt new techniques, the proteomics team from IIT did meta data analysis, results for coverage and reproducibility in assays. Click here to view the event photos.
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