TARGETED PROTEOMICS: WORKSHOP & INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
We thank all speakers, delegates and sponsors for being a part of the TPWIS 2015. We share the success of this event with all of you and hope to continue our association. Look out for more updates on pictures and reflections book on our website!
The advent of state-of-the art proteomic technologies has enabled us to obtain enormous scientific information in biomedical research, however verification of such quantitative data continues to remain a bottleneck for researchers.
Highlights of Day-1 CULTURAL EVENT
India shines in the area of Global Proteomics Research
– Nature India has published a Special Issue on “Proteomics Research in India” in August 2015.
– Journal of Proteomics has published a Special Issue on “Proteomics Research in India” in volume 127, September 2015.
Targeted Symposium Overview Video
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Announcement of Student Competitions!
Abstracts have been evaluated for the Poster Presentations and Short Oral Talks. Congratulations to the shortlisted participants who have been informed over e-mail. For any further queries, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have added few more seats as per request from participants and registration is open for Targeted Proteomics International Symposium, Trans-Proteomic Pipeline Workshop, Evening seminars & Education Day.
Targeted Proteomics International Symposium: We are pleased to inform that President of Human Proteome Organization – Dr. Mark Baker; Vice President, Dr. Robert Moritz; US-HUPO President Dr. Joshua LaBaer; and Dr. Sudhir Srivastava Chief of the Cancer Biomarkers Research Group of National Cancer Institute, NIH, USA would start the first session of symposium on “Cancer Biomarker Validation Using Targeted Proteomics”. President Proteomics Society, India (PSI) – Dr. Surekha Zingde and Ex-president, PSI Dr. Ravi Sirdeshmukh would also grace this unique event. For all session details and complete list of growing excellent speakers please follow the website – http://www.bio.iitb.ac.in/~sanjeeva/itpws/sym-d-1/