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Program

Pre-Symposium Workshops - Wednesday 15th July

THERMO Workshop - To DIA or not to DIA

8:00am            
Registration 

Session 1& 2

9:00am - 12:30pm    
Stephen Binos - Advancing your Life Science Mass Spectrometry Workflow - Introducing the Orbitrap Fusion Lumos

Michael Blank - Redrawing the Edges of the Map of Protein Quantitation with IS-PRM

Benjamin Parker - Phosphoproteomics using DIA with the Q-Exactive and Skyline

10:30pm    
Morning Tea

12:30pm        
Lunch

SCIEX Workshop - Everybody is Talking About SWATH™

12:00pm        
Registration
 

Session 1A/B    SWATH™ (2 parallel talks) 

1:30pm    
Keith Ashman - SWATH™ Proteomics for Beginners    

1:30pm    
Chris Hodgkins - SWATH™ for ALL Molecules

3:00pm         
Afternoon Tea


Session 2     Next-Generation Proteomics – SWATH™ 2.0 and Beyond

3:30pm    
Xiaomin Song (APAF)
- Harnessing the power of SWATH™ to extend the dynamic range of plasma proteomics 

4:00pm    
Chris Hodgkins (Sciex)
- OneOmics™ in the cloud: See the full-release versions of SCIEX's BaseSpace apps and the new SWATH™ workflow

4:30pm            
Ludovic Gillett (ETH, Zurich)
- Tips and tricks for SWATH™ library generation
 


Symposium Day I - Thursday 16th July 

7:30am & 8:00am  
Novotel Parramatta shuttle bus pick up


8:00am            
Registration 

9:00am            
Welcome address by Professor Roger Reddel, Director of CMRI

Session 1    Chair: Peter Hains

9:15am            
Ludovic Gillet
- New developments for highest reproducibility of SWATH MS analyses

10:00am    
Tony Purcell
Simultaneous Quantification of Viral Antigen Expression Kinetics Using Data –Independent (DIA) Mass Spectrometry

10:30am         
Morning Tea

Session 2     Chair: Mark Baker

11:00am
Peter Hains
- Targeting SWATH: Studying Protein Kinase Changes with Mass Spectrometry

11:30am    
Klarisa Rikova
- Proteomic Analysis Identifies Multi-Dimensional Deregulated Signaling Pathways in Lung Cancer

12:00pm    
Michael Crouch
- Very high throughput immunoassay systems for protein detection in research and drug discovery

12:30pm        
Lunch 

Session 3     Chair: Tony Purcell

1:30pm    
Nicolai Bache
- Very Deep Coverage of the Human Proteome Using a Very High Resolution Quadrupole Time-of-Flight Instrument

2:00pm            
Mark Baker
Translational Signatures of Colorectal Cancer

2:30pm            
Bernhard Kuster
- Human Proteomes: From basic science to understanding drug action

3:00pm         
Afternoon Tea

Session 4     Chair: Ashley Waardenberg

3:30pm    
Marc Wilkins
Splice variant discovery with proteogenomics and its effects on protein-protein interactions

3:50pm            
Jean Yang
- Statistical issues with quantitative proteomics data

4:10pm    
Jason Wong
How accurate is quantitative proteomics? Assessing the need to improve mass spectrometry-based protein quantification

4:30pm            
Panel discussion
(incl. Marc Wilkins, Jean Yang and Jason Wong)

Poster Session/Mixer

5:00pm            
(Presenters at posters for 1 hour minimum) 
 


Symposium Day II - Friday 17th July 

7:00am & 7:30am    
Novotel Parramatta shuttle bus pick-up


8:00am    
THERMO Breakfast Session
GC Q Exactive a revolution in gas chromatography

Session 5     Chair: Mark Molloy

9:00am            
Ronald Quinn
- Linking the Malaria and TB Proteomes using Bioaffinity Mass Spectrometry

9:30am            
Mark Baker
- Choosing your man! It’s not all about his looks, think about his sperm!

10:00am    
Joel Rein
- A Multi-Omic Investigation of Drug Mitigated Obesity within A Mouse Model

10:30am         
Morning Tea

Session 6     Chair: Mark Graham

11:00am    
Richard Payne
- New ligation technologies for the rapid assembly and biological evaluation of modified proteins 

11:30am    
Pall Thordarson
- Short peptides as building blocks for 3D in vitro cell cultures and other materials in nanomedicine

12:00pm    
Stephen Wood
- Using an unbiased multidimensional, cytological profiling assay to identify Parkinson’s disease biomarkers

12:30pm        
Lunch 

Session 7     Chair: Tony Cesare

1:30pm    
Nicolle Packer
- MALDI imaging mass spectrometry of N-linked glycans on formalin-fixed tissue: differentiating tissue types

2:00pm            
Ben Parker
- Quantification of protein post-translational modification crosstalk

2:30pm    
Benjamin Stein
- Quantitative Proteomics Screen using Stable Isotope Labeling in Mammals Identifies Novel AMPK Substrates in Mouse Liver

3:00 pm         
Afternoon Tea

Session 8     Chair: Phil Robinson

3:30pm    
Martin Larsen
- PTMomics – Modulation of protein post-translational modifications in cellular signalling

4:00pm    
Bernhard Kuster
- Investigating kinase driven cancer signaling by chemical- and phospho-proteomics

4:45pm    
Closing Address by Professor David Currow, CEO of Cancer Institute NSW 


5:00pm - 6:30pm    
ACRF-CFK SAB meeting (by invitation)


7:00pm            
Shuttle bus to dinner pick up from CMRI to dinner Venue

7:30pm            
Symposium Dinner - Parramatta Old Government House