March 2, 2023 - This is the third HUPO Education and Training Committee (ETC) Auditorium. Prof. Ruedi Aebersold shares his views and experience regarding “scientific writing and publishing” and scientific communications. This webinar presentation highlights the importance of writing in a scientific career, comment on the scientific journal landscape and how to navigate it and discuss aspects of efficient scientific writing and common pitfalls.
The Essence of Data Visualization: How to Create Effective Figures of Your Data
January 31, 2023 - This is the second HUPO Education and Training Committee (ETC) Auditorium with speaker Martin Krzywinski. Martin Krzywinski works in bioinformatics, data visualization, science communication and the interface of science and art. He applies design, both data and artistic, to assist discovery, explanation and engagement with scientific data and concepts. Martin’s information graphics have appeared in the New York Times, Wired, Scientific American and covers of numerous books and scientific journals such as Nature and Genome Research. He is going to elaborate on how small changes to critical elements can turn a muddled figure into one that is clear and concise.
Science Communication - Who, How, Where and Why?
November 16, 2022 – ECR Online Panel - Effective science communication has ripple effects through all aspects of society. But how do you convey clear and concise messages? What is the best way to get these messages across a wide range of platforms? See and hear the answers to all of these questions and more during this webinar. Panelists include: Dr. David Tabb, Institut Pasteur; Dr. Ann Van der Jeugd, Leuven Brain Institute; Dr. Ben Orsburn, Johns Hopkins University.
Write, Write, Write - Professor John Yates on Academic Writing
November 2, 2022 - A 40-minute lecture plus 35-minute Q&A. Professor Yates elaborates on the 3 pillars of academic writing: mechanics, style and content, followed by interactive and animated panel discussions: Where should we start writing? What journals should we aim for? What if English is not your native language? Who should be the corresponding author? And so much more - all in this episode.
HUPO B/D-HPP Single Cell Initiative Webinar
October 26, 2022 - The Single Cell Proteomics Initiative organized the first webinar about the current state of single cell proteomics with prominent people in the field. The webinar covered different platforms for both single cell preparations and a wide variety of single cell analysis platforms. Next webinar in this series is planned for Spring 2023 - stay tuned for more details in March 2023.
Managing Expectations with a Supervisor
September 29, 2021 - In partnership with the European Proteomics Association’s Young Proteomics Investigators Club (YPIC), the HUPO ECR Initiative hosted its second online panel discussion on September 27th at 10AM EDT (2PM UTC). Our panelists, Dr. Kathryn Lilley (University of Cambridge), Dr. Tharan Srikumar (Bruker), and Dr. Lindsay Pino (Talus Bio), shared their insights on managing expectations between a supervisor and oneself, which sparked lively conversations with attendees in the audience. Thank you to everyone who attended, our panelists, and our panel chair, Andreas Hober (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)!
B/D-HPP Webinar - PTM in Human Diseases
June 9, 2021 - In 2021 a stellar cast of leading experts from around the world showcased cutting-edge approaches for investigating protein post-translational modifications in disease research. Hear what the following experts had to say on the subject - Dr. Nicki Packer, Dr. Boris Macek, Dr. Claire Eyers, Dr. Andy Tao, Dr. Alexey Nesvizhskii, and Dr. Stacy Malaker.
Promoting Diversity in Proteomics
June 1, 2021 - In partnership with the European Proteomics Association’s Young Proteomics Investigators Club (YPIC), the HUPO Early Career Researcher Initiative hosted its first online panel discussion on May 17th at 7PM EDT (GMT-4/New York Time). Our panelists, Dr. Yu-Ju Chen (Academia Sinica, Taiwan), Dr. Renã A. S. Robinson (Vanderbilt University, USA), and Dr. Robert Rivers (National Institutes of Health, USA), shared their insights on the importance of promotion of diversity in proteomics, which sparked lively conversations with attendees in the audience.