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Ensembl Tutorial
May 8, 2017, from 8:30 – 4:30 pm
MET-141 at UC San Diego
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Quantitative Proteomics Approaches to Study Host-Pathogen Relationships

Thursday, September 10, 2015, from 1 pm to 7 pm

UCSD Medical Education and Telemedicine (MET) Building, Room 141

Recently, many host-pathogen relationships have been explored using high-throughput approaches that uncover novel biology through the application of quantitative and unbiased proteomics methods. This workshop will focus on the best practices in the field for applying quantitative proteomics approaches to study host-pathogen relationships. Speakers will describe the latest and most effective methods for probing protein-protein interactions, post-translational modifications, as well as advanced approaches to add quantitative value to proteomics studies. Special attention will be placed on experimental design and bioinformatics strategies for each approach that maximize the amount of biological information that can be extracted from highly complex proteomics data.

This meeting is open to the public but seats are limited so be sure to register early.

 

Schedule
1:00 Registration in the MET courtyard
1:30 John Yates (Professor, The Scripps Research Institute)
Understanding Diseases using Mass Spectrometry
2:15 Jeffrey Johnson (Director of the Mass Spectrometry Lab, Gladstone Institutes)
Characterizing protein-protein interactions with affinity purification and mass spectrometry
3:00 Ruth Huttenhain (Postdoctoral Fellow, Nevan Krogan’s Lab, UCSF)
Targeted proteomics approaches
3:45 Coffee break in the MET courtyard
4:00 Billy Newton (Associate Specialist, Nevan Krogan’s Lab, UCSF)
Approaches to globally characterize post-translational modifications
4:45 Mary Lewinski (Assistant Professor, UCSD)
Applying global ubiquitination profiling to study HIV infection
5:15 Reception in the MET courtyard

 

No Show Policy

While we do not charge a fee to attend this event, these and our other events would be unsustainable unless those unable to attend cancelled their reservations no later than 2 days before the event. A no-show can limit your ability to book our events in the future. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

 

Directions

The Medical Education and Telemedicine (MET) building can be found here, along with nearby parking options. Registration, coffee breaks and the reception will occur in the MET courtyard. All talks will be held in MET Room 141.

 

Pictures of scientists having fun

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With additional support provided by Flu-OMICS

Flu-OMICS is funded by a grant from the NIH/NIAID U19AI106754