Pre Congress Satellites

PRE CONGRESS SATELLITES

Monday 9th September – Friday 13th September

Proteomics Course and Trans-Proteomics Pipeline

Date: Monday 9th – Friday 13th September

Time: 9:00am – 5:00pm each day

Venue: UniSA Health Innovation Building, Adelaide, Australia

Registration: $415.00 AUD Student, $515.00 AUD HUPO Member, $765.00 AUD HUPO Non-Member

The ISB Trans-Proteomic Pipeline (TPP) course that will focus on the use of our open-source software tools for the analysis, validation, storage and interpretation of data obtained from large-scale quantitative proteomics experiments and methods, and tandem mass spectrometry in DDA and DIAmodes. Through daily lectures and hands-on tutorials, course participants become proficient in the use of TPP tools including PeptideProphet, iProphet, ProteinProphet, ASAPRatio, DISCO, and other components of the TPP.

Schedule

Saturday 14th September

2nd Australasian Glycoscience Symposium (2nd AGS)

Date: Saturday 14th September

Time: 8:30am – 5:30pm

Venue: HB Building (L8) UniSA, North Terrace, Adelaide, Australia

Registration: $50.00 AUD

The 2nd Australasian Glycoscience Symposium (2nd AGS) held over three full days in conjunction with the 18th World HUPO Congress, Adelaide, South Australia. Coordinating the 2nd AGS with the 18th World HUPO Congress provides an exciting opportunity to further strengthen the bridge between the Glycosciences and Proteome research. The meeting will host a fantastic line-up of international speakers and showcase talent in the region by covering a variety of Glycoscientific topics.

HIPP Program

Date: Saturday 14th September

Time: 8:30am – 5:15pm

Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, Australia

Registration: Early bird (expires 15 July) - Regular $150 - Student $120
After early bird the following registration rates will apply - Regular $250 - Student $170

Abstract submission closes Thursday 1 August 2019. 

On behalf of the organising committee, we are delighted to welcome you to the Human Proteome Organisation satellite meeting focussed on the Human Immunopeptidome (HUPO-HIPP). The meeting will be held as a one-day workshop on Saturday 14th September at the Adelaide Convention Centre and will bring together leading scientists from academia and industry to showcase their latest findings in the field of immunopeptidomics across three major themes:

  • New methods and applications in immunopeptidomics
  • Immunopeptidomics in health and disease
  • Round table discussion on global standardisation of workflows as part of the establishment of a Precision Immunology Consortium

Sunday 15th September

HPP Investigators Meeting

Date: Sunday 15th September

Time: 8:30am – 3:30pm

Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, Australia

Registration: $100 AUD

The next Human Proteome Project Investigators Meeting will take place on September 15th, 2019 in Adelaide. Executive reports on the activity of the chromosome-based teams, biology and disease-based teams, and the resource pillars will be delivered.

Open debates about new opportunities and challenges to explore the uncovered proteome from a functional perspective will be held. Interested registrants at the Congress are welcomed.

Mentoring Day

Date: Sunday 15th September

Time: 8:30am – 3:30pm

Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, Australia

Registration: $75.00 AUD

Do you want to Move Your Career Forward? Please join us for Mentoring Day.

There is nothing like good advice from people who share your career path. Whether you’re just join the lab or have been with the same professor for many years, sometimes you just need advice, or maybe you need to hear how someone else dealt with a similar work problem or solved an issue. During the Mentoring Day we provide a positive environment, creates a learning culture and promote personal and professional development. Let’s us coach you to manage more effectively, speak more articulately, and how to market yourself through networking and do not forget about work/life balance and self-perception. Please join us and see yourself.

Cancer Biomarkers: The Things You Should Consider When Working on Biomarkers

Date: Sunday 15th September

Time: 12:30pm - 3:30pm

Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, Australia

Biomarker research requires a knowledge-driven environment, in which investigators generate, contribute, manage and analyse data available from a variety of sources and technological platforms. Discovering cancer biomarkers is a relatively easy process as judged by the number of papers published; more than 15,000 publications in 2016, and 1100 when limited to cancer biomarkers and early detection. However, translating these discoveries into useful clinical assays continues to be difficult. To date, less than 24 cancer biomarkers have been approved by the FDA and most of these are for monitoring the response to therapy. The learning objective of the workshop would be to understand issues related to biospecimens, statistical designs, experimental plan and data interpretation toward robust and reproducible biomarkers that can meet regulatory requirements.