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Hot Topics in Proteomics

Journal of Proteome Research will host a webinar titled, “Hot Topics in Proteomics,” on Wednesday, April 10, at 11:00 A.M. EDT. During the hour-long webinar, participants will hear perspectives on trending topics across proteomics from leaders in the field.


Register Now. Alternately, you can subscribe to the newsletter from Journal of Proteome Research (located under “Analytical Chemistry” in the subscription management dialogue) to receive an email with the webinar replay link after the webinar airs.  


The webinar will be moderated by John Yates, the Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Proteome Research and Professor at the Scripps Research Institute. Yates will be responsible for guiding the discussion of the three speakers, who were chosen due to their expertise in three of the hottest topics in proteomics today.

Learn more about the speakers, their fields of expertise, and topic(s) of discussion below.

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Jennifer VanEyk, Ph.D., Director, Advanced Clinical Biosystems Institute in the Department of Biomedical Sciences: Jennifer is an international leader in the area of clinical proteomics and her lab focuses on developing technical pipelines for de novo discovery and large scale quantitative mass spectrometry methods.

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Lisa Jones, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Pharmacy, University of Maryland: Lisa is an expert in the field of structural proteomics. Her research focuses on the development and application of in vivo hydroxyl radical footprinting methods to study protein conformations and interactions.

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Nikolai Slavov, Assistant Professor, Bioengineering, Northeastern University

Nikolai’s laboratory studies include post-transcriptional regulation during cell differentiation, with a focus on translational regulation by specialized ribosomes. His group also develops and applies single-cell mass-spectrometry methods for investigating post-transcriptional regulation in single cells.

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Register Now. Alternately, you can subscribe to the newsletter from Journal of Proteome Research (located under “Analytical Chemistry” in the subscription management dialogue) to receive an email with the webinar replay link after the webinar airs.  

 

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