Leading researchers in the field of proteomics and mass spectrometry convened to discuss the latest research in this rapidly emerging and dynamic area.
Aimed at scientists and students active in the life sciences and medical fields, the symposium explored different perspectives of proteomics and the many potential future applications for the technology, both in the lab and the clinic.
The symposium also explored the ways in which recent advances in proteomics began to provide large amounts of high-quality data that have the potential to drive change across a wide range of other areas of research and clinical practice, particularly personalized medicine.
The two-day event featured lectures on human-specific aspects on the first day and human-pathogen interactions on the second. The event also offered a platform for junior scientists to present and discuss their own work relating to proteomics.