Single-Cell ProteomicsUnderstand that cell
11 – 12 June 2019
|Single-Cell Mass-Spec Workshops
A how-to guide
10 June 2019
New ideas and emerging technologies allow quantifying thousands of proteins in very small samples, down to single mammalian cells. This progress is poised to transform biomedical research, from fundamental biological research to biomedical engineering and clinical applications. The high-throughput quantification of proteins and their post-translational modifications (PTMs) in ultra low input tissue samples and even single cells provides essential information for the proteome identity of distinct cell types and their signaling activities.
The single cell proteomics meeting will bring together many of the pioneers in the field for sharing ideas, results, and informal discussions of future directions. We aim to create a forum for sharing knowledge and defining together the agenda of this new community. The meeting will include poster sessions and talks from selected abstracts as well as talks from invited leaders in the field. We look forward to hosting this pioneering meeting at this exciting time for single cell proteomics!
We look forward to providing a stimulating platform of scientific exchanges and to welcoming you in Boston.
- Ruedi Aebersold, ETH Zurich
- Jürgen Cox, Max Planck Institute
- Alexander Ivanov, Northeastern University
- Alex Kentsis, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
- Peter Kharchenko, Harvard Medical School
- Yuval Kluger, Yale University
- Evan Macosko, Broad Institute
- Sara Rouhanifard, Northeastern University
- Savas Tay, University of Chicago