The Oaks Resort, Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia
Sunday 8 September 2019
This one-day satellite will focus on the key role that proteomic and other omics technologies will play in the development of personalized/precision medicine. The meeting will be held immediately prior to the 13th Australian Peptide Conference. Previous successful meetings in this series were held in conjunction with the 2013 APC meeting in Penang, the 2015 meeting in Kingscliff, and the 2017 meeting in Noosa. HUPO 2019 will be held in Adelaide the following week from 15-19 September 2019.
Session will cover Cancer Proteomics, Biomarkers, Diagnostics, Emerging Technologies, Biosensors and Personalized Medicine.
This meeting will give those of you attending the HUPO 2019 meeting in Adelaide the possibility of combining the established meeting with a chance to meet more of your colleagues and see more of Australia. This satellite is free for all registrants of the 13th Australian Peptide Conference, but you will need to register. For those only attending the satellite meeting, registration will be $175 AUD. This will include morning coffee, lunch and attendance at the opening mixer of the main meeting. A number of speaking slots are still available. Registration and abstract submission are open at https://apc2019.org. For further information Contact firstname.lastname@example.org (mobile 0421346716)
On behalf of the HUPO 2019 organizing committee, we are delighted to welcome you to the Human Proteome Organisation satellite meeting focused on the Human Immunopeptidome (HUPO-HIPP). This is the third meeting of the HUPO-HIPP initiative after it was founded in 2015. The initiative strives to enable (i) method and technology development, (ii) standardisation, (iii) effective data sharing, and (iv) education, as defined by Caron et al. Immunity, 2017.
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Intended audience: clinical residents and students in clinical proteomics.
Course overview: this course aims to show 1) the clinical applications of proteomic technologies to residents in medicine, and 2) the analytical routines that take place in a hospital to PhD students in proteomics. The participants will take part in the daily working routines of different areas in the hospital in the mornings, while the afternoons will be allocated to theoretical lessons on the clinical applications of proteomic technologies, and to discuss their links to the morning working routines.
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