The UWPR, Genome Sciences and the School of Pharmacy MS Center
Present a

Proteomics Symposium

UW South Lake Union campus
Orin Smith Auditorium
May 18th 2012
9am - 4pm

Co-sponsored by
Thermo Fisher Scientific and Waters Corporation

Please join us for a one day Proteomics Symposium at the University of Washington South Lake Union Campus in Seattle.

We welcome everyone with an interest in Proteomics and, thanks to our sponsors, attendance is free. Space is limited so please register (see below).

Internationally recognized speakers will talk about their current research and discuss advances and new technologies in the field of proteomics!

Symposium Schedule

Morning Session: Moderator Jim Bruce


  Welcoming remarks
Robert Waterston University of Washington Genome Sciences


  Andy Tao Purdue University
Integrated Proteomic Strategies to Identify Direct Kinase Substrates


  Kelly Lee University of Washington
Probing Structural Dynamics in Glycoproteins


  Jarrett Egertson University of Washington
Multiplexed Data Independent Acquisition for Comparative Proteomics


  Jarrod Marto Harvard Medical School/Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Application of Quantitative Proteomics to Questions in Developmental Biology


  Matthew Bush University of Washington
Gas-Phase Structural Biology of Protein Complexes


  Juan Chavez University of Washington
Dynamics of Degradation: Monitoring Changes in Protein Turnover Rates in Relation to Chemoresistance

11:50 to 1pm

  Lunch Break
Check out this interactive South Lake Union neighborhood map to find places to eat

Afternoon Session: Moderator Judit Villen


  Scott Gerber Dartmouth University
Quantitative Proteomics to Study Kinase Signaling in Cell Division


  Scott Edgar University of Washington
Coupling Surface Acoustic Wave Nebulization with Droplet Microfluidics for Rapid Hydrogen Deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometry


  Kirsten Beck University of Washington
Global Analysis of the Dynamics of EGF Receptor Signaling Using Phosphoproteomics and Gene Expression Profiling


  Ileana Cristea Princeton University
Targeting Immune Sensors of Viral Infection using Proteomics


  Chad Weisbrod University of Washington
Real-time Analysis Based on Mass Relationships


  UWPR tour optional
Interested registrants will meet after the last talk in front of the Auditorium to go visit the mass spec lab

Download the schedule: Proteomics Symposium Schedule (pdf)


Registrations is free, but space is limited. Please register to save your spot and to help organizers plan the event. Simply send an email to priska@ and put Proteomics Symposium as a subject and include your name and affiliation. Or use the QR code at the bottom of this page to send the email.

Download the flyer: Proteomics Symposium Flyer (pdf)

Thank you for your time and interest!

Thanks to our Sponsors:

School of Pharmacy Mass Spectrometry Center

University of Washington Proteomics Resource

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Waters Corporation

Use this QR to send the Registration email: