The CBC Summer Workshop in Proteomics and Informatics

Date

August 2, 2010, 11:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location

CBC/UIC Proteomics and Informatics Services Facility (PISF), 835 S. Wolcott Avenue, Chicago

Description

CBCO-OT The CBC Summer Workshop in Proteomics and Informatics, August 2-6, 2010

Submitting Unit
Chicago Biomedical Consortium Type of Event
Other scheduled event
Date of Event
Monday, August 2 2010 Start Time
09:00 AM End Time
05:00 PM Building
CBC/UIC Proteomics and Informatics Services Facility (PISF), 835 S. Wolcott Avenue, Chicago Room
TBA

Title of talk or presentation
The CBC Summer Workshop in Proteomics and Informatics, August 2-6, 2010

Description
August 2-6, 2010
The CBC/UIC Proteomics and Informatics Services Facility (PISF)

The Chicago Biomedical Consortium (CBC) invites students, staff, and faculty to participate in our 3rd
annual hands-on Summer Workshop in Proteomics and Informatics at the CBC/UIC Proteomics and
Informatics Services Facility (PISF), 835 S. Wolcott Avenue, Chicago. This intensive workshop builds on
last year’s successful workshop and will offer a theoretical and practical introduction to tandem mass
spectrometry proteomics, including the key experimental methods and computational tools needed to
pursue analysis of complex proteomic samples. Attendees will participate in 5 full days of training,
including sample preparation, peptide separation, mass spectrometry, and data analysis. Graduate credit
for the course will be available from the CIC Traveling Scholar Program. For more information about
this program please visit the CIC website http://www.cic.net

We can accommodate 20 attendees for this workshop. We anticipate that there may be more applicants
than spaces available. If that is the case, the organizers will select participants to achieve a broad
representation of institutions, levels of training, range of scientific fields, and levels of experience in
proteomics. Space will fill up fast so please submit your application as soon as possible.

Registration
To be considered for the workshop please send your CV and a short summary of your research to
ksnapp@northwestern.edu. Graduate students and post-doctoral fellows should have their PI send a
statement describing how proteomics will be used in the trainee’s research. Attendees will be selected
starting on July 12th and can hold a space in the course with a tuition fee of $350. If you have any
questions please contact Dr. Karen Snapp.

Karen Snapp, D.D.S., Ph.D.
Associate Director
Chicago Biomedical Consortium (CBC)
Phone: 847-467-0633

Webpage URL (if any)
http://proteomics.rrc.uic.edu/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=156:save-the-date-august-proteomics-workshop&catid=1&Itemid=46

Contact Name
Jola Glotzer

Contact Email
jolaglotzer@uchicago.edu

Contact Phone
773-834-5132

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