HUPO 2019 Program

PROGRAM

 

In 2019, the ‘proteome’ will celebrate its 25th birthday by returning home to Australia.

HUPO 2019 will focus on “Advancing Global Health Through Proteome Innovation” and will bring together world-leading experts and the next generation of early career scientists to promote how proteomics is advancing our knowledge of human and planetary health. HUPO 2019 will both celebrate what has been achieved and look forward to future advances and discoveries that will revolutionize global health.

The HUPO 2019 program will include 6 major thematic streams

  • Health and Disease;
  • Biological Applications of the Proteome;
  • Beyond the Proteome;
  • Human Proteome Project (HPP);
  • Our Human Environment;
  • Enabling Technologies.

We look forward to an exciting program with outstanding opportunities for fruitful discussions!

HUPO 2019 Preliminary Program Outline

PRE-CONFERENCE SATELLITE MEETINGS

SATURDAY – 14th September 2019

8:30am – 10:30pm HIPP Program & HIPP Program Dinner

8:30am – 5:00pm 2nd AGS Program

SUNDAY – 15th September 2019

8:30am - 3:30pm Mentoring Day

9:00am - 3:30pm HPP Investigators Meeting

3:45pm – 5:45pm HUPO Council Meeting

6:00pm Official Welcome

Plenary 1

Welcome Function

MONDAY – 16th September 2019

8:30am-10:00am Plenary 2

Plenary 3

10:00am-10:30am Morning Tea

10:30am-12:30pm Concurrent Scientific Sessions

Concurrent Session 1: Health and Disease

Concurrent Session 2: Biological Applications of the Proteome

Concurrent Session 3: Beyond The Proteome

Concurrent Session 4: HPP

Concurrent Session 5: Our Human Environment

Concurrent Session 6: Enabling Technologies

12:30pm-1:40pm Lunch

1:40pm-2:25pm Plenary 4

2:25pm-3:00pm HUPO AGM

3:00pm-3:30pm Afternoon Tea

3:30pm-5:30pm Concurrent Scientific Sessions

Concurrent Session 7: Health and Disease

Concurrent Session 8: Biological Applications of the Proteome

Concurrent Session 9: Beyond The Proteome

Concurrent Session 10: HPP

Concurrent Session 11: Our Human Environment

Concurrent Session 12: Enabling Technologies

5:30pm-6:30pm Poster Session 1 with refreshments

7:00pm - 8:00pm Invited Speaker function

TUESDAY – 17th September 2019

8:30am-10:00am Plenary 5

Plenary 6

10:00am-11:00am Morning Tea with Poster Session 2

11:00am-1:00pm Concurrent Scientific Sessions

Concurrent Session 13: Health and Disease

Concurrent Session 14: Biological Applications of the Proteome

Concurrent Session 15: Beyond The Proteome

Concurrent Session 16: HPP

Concurrent Session 17: Our Human Environment

Concurrent Session 18: Enabling Technologies

1:00pm-2:10pm Lunch

2:10pm-3:55pm Plenary 7

Plenary 8

3:55pm-4:25pm Afternoon Tea

4:25pm-6:25pm Concurrent Scientific Sessions

Concurrent Session 19: Health and Disease

Concurrent Session 20: Biological Applications of the Proteome

Concurrent Session 21: Beyond The Proteome

Concurrent Session 22: HPP

Concurrent Session 23: Our Human Environment

Concurrent Session 24: Enabling Technologies

7:00pm Conference Dinner

WEDNESDAY – 18th September 2019

9:00am-9:45am Plenary 9

9:45am-10:45am Morning Tea with Poster Session 3

10:45am-12:45pm Concurrent Scientific Sessions

Concurrent Session 25: Health and Disease

Concurrent Session 26: Biological Applications of the Proteome

Concurrent Session 27: Beyond The Proteome

Concurrent Session 28: HPP

Concurrent Session 29: Our Human Environment

Concurrent Session 30: Enabling Technologies

12:45pm-2:00pm Lunch

2:00pm-4:00pm Concurrent Scientific Sessions

Concurrent Session 31: Health and Disease

Concurrent Session 32: Biological Applications of the Proteome

Concurrent Session 33: Beyond The Proteome

Concurrent Session 34: HPP

Concurrent Session 35: Our Human Environment

Concurrent Session 36: Enabling Technologies

4:00pm-4:45pm Plenary 10

4:45pm-5:00pm Closing Session

5:00pm-6:00pm Farewell Drinks

POST-CONFERENCE SATELLITE MEETING

THURSDAY – 19th September 2019

HPP Workshop

Molecular & Cellular Proteomics, an official publication of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, introduced its sponsored lectureship series as part of its 10th anniversary celebration in 2011. Each lecturer is a leader in the field of proteomics who presents his or her particular research and interests, with the intent to expand on proteomics’ potential to ask (and answer) increasingly complex questions associated with health, energy, food supply and the environment. The lectureships are given at germane meetings and symposia throughout the year, and the lecturers are chosen by the organizers of those meetings. Each lecturer is presented with a crystal plaque to commemorate the occasion.