HUPO 2021 World Congress

FULL HUPO 2021 PROGRAM

Please note that the program is subject to change without notice. All sessions are listed in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Please view the World Clock Converter for your timezone.

HUPO 2021 ReCONNECT is a fully virtual Congress.

Pre-Congress Program (Nov. 8-12)

  • NOV 8
  • NOV 9
  • NOV 10
  • NOV 11
  • NOV 12

14:00 - 15:00 (UTC)

Pre-Congress Training*

*Full-length talks will be available as of October 25 as pre-release content and attendees are required to watch them and submit questions to the presenters in advance of the live sessions. The Live Day Sessions will feature live discussion with the presenters. The recordings will not be played during the live sessions.

Proteomics 101

Characterization of complex proteomes is the key to reveal their composition and functions. This session will present an overview of the current methodology used to identify and quantify proteins. Three experts will cover the basic principles and practice of proteomics, analytical workflows and data interpretation of mass spectrometry based proteomics, global (isotopic labeling, label-free, DIA) and targeted quantitative proteomics methods [e.g., selected reaction monitoring (SRM) and parallel reaction monitoring (PRM)].

Chair: Marc Wilkins

Co-Chair: Maike Langini

Pre-Recorded Talks (each 1 hour, must be watched in advance of the live session, will not be played during live session)

  • Introduction to Proteomics and Mass Spectrometry, Lindsay Pino
  • From Mass Spectrum to Protein, David Tabb
  • Quantitative and Targeted Proteomics, Michael MacCoss

14:00 - 15:00 (UTC)

Pre-Congress Training*

*Full-length talks will be available as of October 25 as pre-release content and attendees are required to watch them and submit questions to the presenters in advance of the live sessions. The Live Day Sessions will feature live discussion with the presenters. The recordings will not be played during the live sessions.

Statistics and Experimental Design

Tutorials covering statistics essential for proteomics experiments, and considerations for proteomics experimental design will be presented in this session. Attendees will learn the basics of designing a proteomics experiment for biological research and biomarker discovery, as well as issues related to analysing (large) quantitative proteomic data sets generated by data-dependent acquisition (DDA; including label-free and label-based-methods), data-independent acquisition (DIA), and targeted proteomics. The session will also cover the statistical principles for peptide and protein identification and quantification, taking into account the specific challenges of large data sets and cohorts.

Chair: Tiannan Guo

Co-Chair: Mathieu Lavallée-Adam

Pre-Recorded Talks (each 1 hour, must be watched in advance of the live session, will not be played during live session)

  • Statistical Considerations for Biomarker Discovery Experiments, Meena Choi
  • Statistics for Peptide and Protein Identification and Quantification, Alexey I. Nesvizhskii
  • Experimental Design and Data-analysis in Label-free Quantitative LC/MS Proteomics: A Tutorial with MSqRob, Lieven Clement

14:00 - 15:00 (UTC)

Pre-Congress Training*

*Full-length talks will be available as of October 25 as pre-release content and attendees are required to watch them and submit questions to the presenters in advance of the live sessions. The Live Day Sessions will feature live discussion with the presenters. The recordings will not be played during the live sessions.

Interactomics Approaches

Proteins do not function in isolation, but rather, they associate with other proteins to form complexes and interaction networks with distinct structures and compositions to execute their function. Moreover, disease-causing genetic mutations may lead to alterations in protein function by modulating the interactions of the mutated proteins. Thus, a fundamental part of understanding a protein’s function in health and disease is to systematically study the proteins and other molecules that it interacts with and their dynamic changes in a cellular or disease state. Proteomics is the premier method for mapping protein-protein and protein-ligand interactions. This session will highlight approaches for the identification and characterization of protein-protein interactions and complexes.

Chair: Ileana Cristea

Co-Chair: Ruth Hüttenhain

Pre-Recorded Talks (each 1 hour, must be watched in advance of the live session, will not be played during live session)

  • Thermal Protein Profiling, Mikhail M Savitski
  • Complex Centric Proteome Profiling, Isabel Bludeau
  • Protein-protein Interactions/Spatial Proteomics, Anne-Claude Gingras

16:00 - 18:30 (UTC)

Bioinformatics Hub

16:00 - 17:00

Session #1 - Proteogenomics - Current State of the Art and Future Directions

David Fenyö | Sam Payne

17:00 - 17:30

Session #2a - ProteomeXchange - Current Status and Future Directions - Discussion

Juan Antonio Vizcaino


17:30 - 18:00

Session #2b - Proteomics Standards Initiative - Ongoing Projects and Future Directions - Discussion

Eric Deutsch | Dave Tabb


18:00 - 18:30

Session #3a - Human Proteome Project - Protein Function Prediction

Lydie Lane | Gil Omenn


18:30 - 19:00

Session #3b - Human Proteome Project - PE1 Validation with Protein-protein Interaction and Similar Data

Lydie Lane | Sandra Orchard


20:00 - 22:00 (UTC)

BD-HPP Session

10:00 - 12:00 (UTC)

Bioinformatics Hub

10:00 - 11:00

Session #4 - Deep Learning in Proteomics
Mathias Wilhelm | Cheng Chang


11:00 - 11:30

Session #5a - EuBIC-MS: Ongoing Projects and Future Directions 
Tim Van Den Bossche | Veit Schwammle | Viktoria Dorfer


11:30 - 12:00

Session #5b Tutorial: Proteomics in R
Christian Panse | Tobias Kockmann

14:00 - 15:00 (UTC)

Pre-Congress Training*

*Full-length talks will be available as of October 25 as pre-release content and attendees are required to watch them and submit questions to the presenters in advance of the live sessions. The Live Day Sessions will feature live discussion with the presenters. The recordings will not be played during the live sessions.

Proteomics Informatics Workflows

Managing the informatics pipeline of a typical proteomics experiment is as important and challenging as managing the experimental and analytical workflows. This session will provide examples of large scale computational workflows for proteomics data management and analysis.

Chair: Eric Deutsch

Co-Chair: Cheng Chang

Pre-Recorded Talks (each 1 hour, must be watched in advance of the live session, will not be played during live session)

  • MaxQuant and Perseus Workflows, Jürgen Cox
  • DIA Workflows, Brian Searle
  • ProteORE for Proteomics Data Interpretation in Galaxy, Yves Vandenbrouc

14:00 - 15:00 (UTC)

Pre-Congress Training*

*Full-length talks will be available as of October 25 as pre-release content and attendees are required to watch them and submit questions to the presenters in advance of the live sessions. The Live Day Sessions will feature live discussion with the presenters. The recordings will not be played during the live sessions.

Biological Context and Interpretation

Large-scale proteomics experiments generate an immense amount of data that need to be comprehensively interpreted to extract biological meaning after computational/statistical analyses are completed. This crucial step is required in order to select targets for functional follow-up which could take months to years of work. More specialized mass spectrometry-based experiments (such as interactome identification) also bring specific challenges for biological interpretation. This session will focus on use of large-scale datasets for elucidation of biological function, highlighting tools and strategies that can aid in these steps.

Chair: Jennifer Geddes-McAlister

Co-Chair: Andreas Hober

Pre-Recorded Talks (each 1 hour, must be watched in advance of the live session, will not be played during live session)

  • BioPlex 2.0 Project, Interactome, Ed Huttlin
  • HPA for Proteomics Data Interpretation, Cecilia Lindskog Bergström
  • Large-scale Phosphoproteomics, Judit Villen

14:00 - 15:20 (UTC)

Session 1: HPP Project

Chair: Ileana Cristea
  • The Human Proteome Project “Grand Project - Robert Moritz, Chair HPP 
  • Translating Proteomics to the Clinical Arena - Tom Montine 
  • The Pharma Proteomics Project- Chris Whelan 
  • Target 2035 – Pharmacological modulators for The Human Proteome Project “Grand Project” - Cheryl Arrowsmith
  • Expanding Proteomics Beyond the Proteomic Community With the The Human Proteome Project “Grand Project” - Open Discussion 
  • Wrap up

16:00 - 17:40 (UTC)

Session 2: HPP Breakout Room Discussions

Chair: Cecilia Lindskog
  • Breakout I - SAB - Ruedi Aebersold 
  • Breakout II - Pathology Pillar “Clinical relevance of the Grand Project” - Michael Roehrl 
  • Breakout III - Chromosome Centric-HPP – Chris Overall 
  • Breakout IV - Biology/Disease-HPP - Ileana Cristea 
  • Breakout V - MS Pillar/Knowledgebase Pillar/Antibody Pillar – Contribution of Pillars to the Grand Project - Susan Weintraub, Eric Deutsch, Cecilia Lindskog
  • Summary - Reports 

18:00 - 19:40 (UTC)

Session 3: HPP Progress and Plans

Chair: Susan Weintraub
  • Review and updates from 2021 (Outcomes and Developments)
    • C-HPP - Chris Overall 
    • B/D-HPP - Ileana Cristea 
    • Resource Pillar: Ab - Cecilia Lindskog 
    • Resource Pillar: PA/NP - Eric Deutsch & Nuno Bandeira & Lydie Lane 
    • Resource Pillar: PP - Michael Roehrl & Ed Nice  
    • Resource Pillar: MS - Susan Weintraub 
  • ECR involvement in HPP and the Grand Challenge
  • Other Opportunities – Questions from Floor
  • OPEN SESSION – Grand Project Discussion
  • Final Summary – Rob Moritz
  • Incoming HPP Chair Address - Charles Pineau
  • Closing Address –Rob Moritz & Ruedi Aebersold

Main Congress Program (Nov. 15-19)

  • NOV 15
  • NOV 16
  • NOV 17
  • NOV 18
  • NOV 19

11:30 - 12:30 (UTC)

HUPO Council Meeting Session 1

12:45 - 14:15 (UTC)

Opening Session & Plenary 1 - Visualizing the Cell

For a complete understanding of a system's processes and each protein's role in health and disease, it is essential to study protein expression with a spatial resolution, as the exact location of proteins at the tissue, cellular or subcellular levels is tightly linked to protein function. This session highlights new discoveries and emerging efforts based on different spatial technologies.

Speakers:  Emma Lundberg | Kathryn Lilley

Chair: Stephen Pennington

Co-chair: Cecilia Lindskog

Spatiotemporal Dissection of the Human Proteome Emma Lundberg

The Dynamic Spatial Organisation Of The Cell Kathryn Lilley

This session is sponsored by :      

14:30 - 15:45 (UTC)

Session 1 - Combating COVID-19

COVID-19 infections have changed the world as we know it, possibly permanently in several ways. Research on coronaviruses has in record time led to a great understanding of the biology and pathogy of this modern-day plague, including the development of vaccines. Proteomics has been instrumental in our full understanding of this virus's mechanism and this session will highlight the latest proteomics research in this emergent area.

Speakers: Max Crispin | Jennifer Van Eyk | Susan Klaeger | Sean ODonoghue

Chair: Aleksandra Nita-Lazar

Co-chair: Mehdi Bouhaddou

Glycomics Of Sars-Cov-2: From Structural Biology To Vaccines Max Crispin

Chasing SARS-CoV2 and Finding More Jennifer Van Eyk

Profiling SARS-CoV-2 HLA-I Peptidome Reveals T Cell Epitopes From Out-of-Frame ORFs Susan Klaeger

SARS-CoV-2 Structural Coverage Map Reveals Viral Protein Assembly, Mimicry, and Hijacking Mechanisms Sean ODonoghue

This session is sponsored by:      

16:00 - 17:00 (UTC)

Mentoring Session - How to Successfully Balance a Personal Life While in Academia

In addition to managing their daily lab work, young researchers are increasingly facing strenuous hurdles, such as maintaining a work-life balance, unclear career prospects, publication pressure, and writing blockades. Organized by HUPO’s Early Career Researcher Initiative in partnership with the European Proteomics Association’s Young Proteomics Investigators Club, the mentoring sessions extend the scope of HUPO ReCONNECT 2021 from pure science and technology to the topics that indirectly affect our research. In engaging virtual formats, three mentoring sessions will be offered: How to successfully balance a personal life while in academia, Scientific integrity, and Getting started on writing manuscripts, grants, and fellowships.

Chair: Maurine Fucito

Co-chair: Blandine Chazarin

Mentors: Christine Carapito, University of Strasbourg | Harry Whitwell, Imperial College London | Jennifer Geddes-McAlister, University of Guelph

17:15- 18:15 (UTC)

Industry Seminars

 

 

 

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18:30-19:45 (UTC)

Session 2 - Precision Pathology: Proteomics for Patients

Precision Medicine is now entering an era that reaches beyond genomics. Pathology, in particular, is transforming to diagnose the precise and quantitative changes of proteins as the machines of life and disease. Proteome-based diagnostic pathology will address crucial clinical needs, and there is an urgent need to develop stringent, fit-for-purpose proteomic assays that can be implemented in the clinic for the benefit of patients. This session will discuss high-impact clinical areas that will be transformed by proteomics, and hopes to bring together physicians and scientists to drive this proteomic evolution of health care.

Speakers:  Michael Roehrl | Tiannan Guo | Miren Alonso-Navarro | Juliane Gottwald

Chair: Ed Nice

Co-chair: Justyna Fert-Bober

Proteomics For Patients: How Proteomics Will Transform Medicine Michael Roehrl

A Protein-Based Classifier for Thyroid Nodule Diagnosis Tiannan Guo

Multiomics Identification and Validation of Novel Blood-Based Alzheimer’s Disease Autoantibody Biomarkers Miren Alonso-Navarro

Beyond Fibril-Forming Proteins: Developing a More Holistic Approach on Amyloid Formation Juliane Gottwald

This session is sponsored by:

  

20:00 - 21:00 (UTC)

Student Poster Competition

The student poster competition serves as a platform to highlight the important contributions that graduate and PhD students make to the proteomics field. In this session eighth preselected finalists will be present their posters and will be evaluated by an expert committee to select a winner and two runner-ups.

Chair: Giuseppe Palmisano

Co-Chair: Jessica Brandi

21:15 - 22:15 (UTC)

Industry Seminars

 

 

 

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23:00 - 00:00 (UTC)

HUPO Council Meeting Session 2

13:00 - 14:15 (UTC)

Plenary Session 2 - Omics at Single-Cell Resolution

Single-cell omics is taking a quantum leap to dissect biology at individual cell resolution. This session will present emerging technologies and applications in single-cell omics.

Speakers: Matthias Mann | Nikolai Slavov

Chair: Catherine CL Wong

Co-chair: Blandine Chazarin

Single Cell/Deep Visual Proteomics Matthias Mann

Increasing The Sensitivity, Reliability, Reproducibility And Throughput Of Single-Cell Proteomics Nikolai Slavov

This session is sponsored by :     

14:30 - 15:45 (UTC)

Session 3 - Technological Advancements in Proteomics

This session will focus on new technologies for proteomics, highlighting improved ways to handle challenging samples, cutting-edge approaches and instrumentation for sample analysis, and enhanced strategies for data processing. Presentations will include examples of biological and/or clinical applications that illustrate the performance of the new technology.

Speaker: Markus Ralser | Steven Carr | Rafael Melani | Alex Rosa Campos

Chair: Gary Kruppa

Co-chair: Maurine Fucito

Ultra-Fast Proteomics and How It Opens New Doors for Gene Function Prediction, Drug Screens, and Clinical Proteomics Using AI Markus Ralser

MONTE: A Multiomics Suite Enabling Serial Immunopeptidome, Ubiquitylome, Proteome, Phosphoproteome, Acetylome Analyses of Sample-Limited Tissues Steven Carr

Next-generation Serology by Mass Spectrometry: Ig-MS Readout of the SARS-CoV-2 Antibody Repertoire Rafael Melani

In-depth Plasma Proteomics Profiling with ProteographTM Product Suite: A Performance Evaluation of Label Free and TMT Multiplexing Approaches Alex Rosa Campos

16:00 - 17:00 (UTC)

Poster Sessions

17:15- 18:15 (UTC)

Industry Seminars

 

 

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20:00 - 21:00 (UTC)

HUPO General Assembly of Members Session 1

21:15 - 22:15 (UTC)

ECR Networking Hour

The ECR Networking Hour is an open forum to bridge the digital, cultural, and continental gaps so that early-stage researchers can meet, share, and create bridges for future collaboration. Participants are encouraged to engage with their cameras and join in both the ice-breaker and proteomics-related networking. In preparation for the ECR Networking Hour, participants are encouraged to set up a LinkedIn or Twitter handle to keep the engagement going beyond the 16th of November.

Chair: Rob Rivers
Co-Chair: Justyna Fert-Bober | Mathieu Lavallée-Adam

Mentors are encouraged to attend

13:00 - 14:15 (UTC)

Plenary Session 3 - Proteome-wide Structural Biology

A fundamental understanding of how proteins function in biology and disease requires a detailed characterization of their structures and the structural dynamics through protein interactions and post-translational modifications. This session will highlight emerging proteomics approaches to globally map protein structure alterations.

Speakers: Paola Picotti | Lisa Jones

Chair: Juri Rappsilber

Co-chair: Ruth Huttenhain

3D Proteomics: From Structural To Functional Screens Paola Picotti

Structural Biology on the Proteome-Wide Scale using Protein Footprinting Lisa Jones

This session is sponsored by:     

14:30 - 15:45 (UTC)

Session 4 - Translating Proteomics into the Clinic

Proteomics has led to the discovery of new biomarkers in a wide range of diseases. This session will present new technologies to accelerate detection and prediction of diseases, and assay development from discovery to clinical use.

Speakers: Stephen Pennington | Yoshiya Oda | Esthelle Hoedt | Eva Coll-de la Rubia

Chair: Bernd Wollscheid

Co-chair: Chia Jung Yu

Development And Delivery Of Protein Biomarkers For Patient Benefit: “It’s Easy” Stephen Pennington

Approach to Hypothesis Building from Multi-Omics Using Human Plasma Samples Yoshiya Oda

Health Surveillance Panel Multiplexed MRM-Based Protein Assay for the Identification of Multiple Biomarkers of Disease Severity in Human Coronary Disease Esthelle Hoedt

Approaching a Non-invasive Diagnosis of Endometrial Cancer by the Analysis of Protein Biomarkers in Pap-Smears Eva Coll-de la Rubia

This session is sponsored by:     

16:00 - 17:00 (UTC)

Concurrent Hot Topic Discussion Groups

  • Future Preparedness for Pandemics: Role of Proteomics & Multi-omics Technologies - Organizer: Sanjeeva Srivastava
  • Moms in Proteomics - Organizer: Jennifer Geddes-McAllister
  • Standardization is Key - Organizer: Michael Barrett Andersen
  • HPP - Organizer: Gil Omenn

17:15 - 18:15 (UTC)

Industry Seminars

 

 

 

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18:30 - 19:45 (UTC)

Session 5 - Brain Rewiring in Neurological Disorders

As the world's population ages, age-related neurological disorders will continue to increase in numbers affected. Proteomics technologies will continue to play a central role in understanding how perturbations in protein modification, protein interactions, and localization in the brain propagate disease states. This session will illuminate recent findings that hold promise for new therapeutic targets and biomarkers.

Speakers: Perdita Barran | Judith Steen | Helle Bogetofte | Matthew MacDonald

Chair: Renã A. S. Robinson

Co-chair: Ling Hao

Mass Spectrometry In The Pandemic: Translation And Collaboration For Diagnostics And Prognostics Perdita Barran

Using Large Data Approaches to Diagnose and Drug Dementia Judith Steen

Health Surveillance Panel Multiplexed MRM-Based Protein Assay for the Identification of Multiple Biomarkers of Disease Severity in Human Coronary Disease Helle Bogetofte

Parallel Proteomic and Microscopy Analyses Identify Protein Networks Associated with Synapse Loss Across Aging in the Human Brain Matthew MacDonald

 

20:00 - 21:00 (UTC)

Mentoring Session - Scientific Integrity

In addition to managing their daily lab work, young researchers are increasingly facing strenuous hurdles, such as maintaining a work-life balance, unclear career prospects, publication pressure, and writing blockades. Organized by HUPO’s Early Career Researcher Initiative in partnership with the European Proteomics Association’s Young Proteomics Investigators Club, the mentoring sessions extend the scope of HUPO ReCONNECT 2021 from pure science and technology to the topics that indirectly affect our research. In engaging virtual formats, three mentoring sessions will be offered: How to successfully balance a personal life while in academia, Scientific integrity, and Getting started on writing manuscripts, grants, and fellowships.

Chair: Andreas Hober

Co-Chair: Emily Hashimoto-Roth

Mentors: Stephen Pennington & Suzanne Farley & Anne-Claude Gingras

21:15 - 22:15 (UTC)

Industry Seminars

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23:00 - 00:00 (UTC)

ECR Manuscript Competition

The manuscript competition serves as a platform to highlight the important contributions that postdoctoral fellows, young clinicians, and junior faculty members make to the proteomics field. In this session, three preselected finalists will be present their publications and will be evaluated by an expert committee to select the "Proteomics Highlight of the Year".

Chair: Maike Langini

Co-Chair: Christian Moritz

Finalists: 

  1. Mehdi Bouhaddou - The Global Phosphorylation Landscape of SARS-CoV-2 Infection
  2. Stacy Malaker - Benefits of Chemical Sugar Modifications Introduced by Click Chemistry for Glycoproteomic Analyses
  3. Yansheng Liu - Global and Site-specific Effect of Phosphorylation on Protein Turnover

00:15 - 01:30 (UTC)

Session 6 - Proteomics-guided Therapeutics

Compared to gene-centric measurements, proteomics accurately reflects the action, mechanism, and effect of therapy. This session will highlight proteomics technologies to guide immuno-oncology, accelerate pharmaceutical research and development, and technological advancements in chemical proteomics.

Speakers: Anthony Purcell | Hojeong Kwon | Rocío Paz González | Jarrod Marto

Chair: Bernhard Kuster

Co-Chair: Teck Yew Low

Insights into the Tumour Immunopeptidome and its Role in Personalized Immunotherapy Anthony Purcell

Exploring Drug-Target Interaction Using Label-Free Darts And Lc-Ms/Ms. Method And Its Translational Impact Hojeong Kwon

Proteomic Markers Predict Response to Methotrexate in Patients with Early Rheumatoid  Arthritis Rocío Paz González

Warp-speed Selectivity Profiling of Small Molecule Inhibitors Using µSPE Chip-based CE-MS with PRM-LIVE Acquisition on An Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometer Jarrod Marto

This session is sponsored by :     

01:45 - 02:45 (UTC)

Industry Seminars

03:00 - 04:15 (UTC)

Plenary Session 4 - Proteomics-driven Precision Medicine

The promise of precision medicine aims to deliver customized medication to subgroups of patients based on molecular or cellular analysis. This section will highlight proteomics-driven translational studies with diagnostic and/or therapeutic impacts.

Speakers: Fuchu He |  Tamar Geiger

Chair: Henry Rodriguez

Co-Chair: Rob Rivers

Presentation Talk TBC Fuchu He

Tackling Cancer Proteomic Heterogeneity Towards Early Diagnostics And Precision Medicine Tamar Geiger

This session is sponsored by :     

04:30 - 05:30 (UTC)

Poster Sessions

05:45 - 06:45 (UTC)

HUPO General Assembly Session 2

23:00 - 00:00 (UTC)

Concurrent Hot Topic Discussion Groups

  • Glycoproteomics Needs Glycobioinformatics - Organizer: Rebekah L. Gundry
  • Top-down MS and Native Proteomics - Organizer: Si Wu
  • Next Generation Proteomics Technologies - Organizer: Jenny Xiao
  • Metaproteomics - Organizer: Josh Elias

23:00 - 00:00 (UTC) (November 18)

Concurrent Hot Topic Discussion Groups

  • Glycoproteomics Needs Glycobioinformatics - Organizer: Rebekah L. Gundry
  • Top-down MS and Native Proteomics - Organizer: Si Wu
  • Next Generation Proteomics Technologies - Organizer: Jenny Xiao
  • Metaproteomics - Organizer: Josh Elias

00:15 - 01:30 (UTC)

Session 7 - Proteomics Data Science and AI

Proteomics data science has developed from an appendix of data generation to the center stage, often requiring as much planning, time, and resources as the experimental component. This session will present current challenges and approaches, from proteogenomics to AI.

Speakers: David Fenyö | Juan Antonio Vizcaino | Sven Degroeve | Isabell Bludau

Chair: Tiannan Guo

Co-Chair: Kun-Hsing Yu  

Connecting Tumor Histopathology Images With Molecular Features Using Multi-Resolution Deep Learning Models  David Fenyö

Pride And Proteomexchange: Enabling “Big Data” Approaches In The Proteomics Field Juan Antonio Vizcaino

Ionbot: A Novel, Innovative and Sensitive Machine Learning Appr­­oach to LC-MS/MS Peptide Identification Sven Degroeve

Systematic Detection of Functional Proteoform Groups from Bottom-up Proteomic Datasets Isabell Bludau

01:45 - 02:30 (UTC)

Industry Seminars

03:00 - 04:15 (UTC)

Plenary Session 5 - The Future of Proteomics

Proteomics is mature for system-wide measurement and quantification of protein expression levels, but also for comprehensive analyses at the single cell level. This session will highlight and discuss the future of proteomics and what is the place of the technology in precision medicine and precision health.

Speakers: Michael Snyder | Ruedi Aebersold

Chair: Lennart Martens

Co-chair: Mathieu Lavallée-Adam

Thoughts on the Future of Proteomics Mike Snyder

Exploring Uncharted Facets of the Proteome Ruedi Aebersold

This session is sponsored by :     

04:30 - 05:30 (UTC)

Mentoring Session -  Getting Started on Writing Manuscripts, Grants, and Fellowships

In addition to managing their daily lab work, young researchers are increasingly facing strenuous hurdles, such as maintaining a work-life balance, unclear career prospects, publication pressure, and writing blockades. Organized by HUPO’s Early Career Researcher Initiative in partnership with the European Proteomics Association’s Young Proteomics Investigators Club, the mentoring sessions extend the scope of HUPO ReCONNECT 2021 from pure science and technology to the topics that indirectly affect our research. In engaging virtual formats, three mentoring sessions will be offered: How to successfully balance a personal life while in academia, Scientific integrity, and Getting started on writing manuscripts, grants, and fellowships.

Mentors: Yasushi Ishihama, Kyoto University | Rebekah L. Gundry, University of Nebraska | Molecular Omics Representative

Chair: Mio Iwasaki

Co-Chair: Justyna Fert-Bober

05:45 - 06:45 (UTC)

Industry Seminars

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07:00 - 08:30 (UTC)

Closing Ceremony & Award Lectures

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