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Proteomics, Interactomes (F2)


Organizer(s) Matthias Mann, Rudolf H. Aebersold and Mathias Uhlén
May 7—12, 2012
Clarion Hotel Sign • Stockholm, Sweden
Abstract Deadline: Jan 9, 2012
Late Abstract Deadline: Feb 9, 2012
Scholarship Deadline: Jan 9, 2012
Early Registration Deadline: Mar 8, 2012

Organized in collaboration with Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation and Science for Life Laboratory - Stockholm

Summary of Meeting:
This Keystone Symposia conference will bring together world-leading researchers in the burgeoning field of proteomics, which is the large-scale study of the expressed proteins in biological systems. In comparison to genomics, proteomics has historically been limited by the available technology. However, this has now changed as the field has matured considerably over the last few years. Indeed, the proteomics field is at a critical junction, where very powerful technologies are now at our disposal. However, often the creativity evident within the proteomics disciplines does not extend to the creation of strategies that combine different approaches to study cellular phenomena. For instance, structural biologists use electron tomography of the entire cell and combine this with mass spectrometry to obtain a view of protein complexes or ‘machineries’ that could not be achieved by each field working in isolation. The meeting will be unique in bringing together researchers from a diverse set of backgrounds that have now begun to transcend the boundaries of single-technology approaches. This conference will address how to make best biological, biotechnology and clinical use of the tremendous opportunities that these technologies now provide. The speakers will lay out the achievements and the challenges of each field and illustrate the power of proteomics with specific cell biological or clinical applications. Importantly, many of the speakers will outline how they have begun to combine fundamentally different proteomics technologies to address biological questions. Participants can then together discuss and devise novel proteomic approaches to many biological and clinical questions.

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MONDAY, MAY 7

15:00—19:30
Registration

Foyer
18:15—19:15
Refreshments

Foyer
19:15—20:30
Welcome and Keynote Address
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B 1-2
Susan Lindquist, HHMI/Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, USA
Deciphering Complex Protein Folding Diseases


TUESDAY, MAY 8

07:30—08:30
Breakfast

Individual Hotel
07:30—08:30
Poster Setup

B3
08:30—17:00
Poster Viewing

B3
08:30—11:30
Genomics Meets Proteomics
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B 1-2
* Rudolf H. Aebersold, Institute of Molecular Systems Biology, ETH Zürich, Switzerland

Daniel R. Larson, NCI, National Institutes of Health, USA
Single Cell Observation of Transcription and Implication for the Proteome

Brenda J. Andrews, University of Toronto, Canada
Global Protein Localization and Flux Maps in Yeast

Matthias Selbach, Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, Germany
EMBO Young Investigator Lecture: Investigating mRNA and Protein Dynamics by Parallel Metabolic Pulse Labeling

Elisa Izaurralde, Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, Germany
Evolutionary Plasticity of the Protein Interaction Network that Regulates mRNA Stability

Martin Kussmann, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Short Talk: Nutrigenomics: Where Proteomics Meets Genomics

09:40—10:00
Coffee Break

Foyer/B3
11:30—12:30
Lunch

Foyer/B3
12:00—14:30
Poster Session 1

B3
14:30—15:00
Coffee Available

Foyer/B3
15:00—17:00
The Complexity of the Proteome
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B 1-2
* Mathias Uhlén, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

Jonathan S. Weissman, University of California, San Francisco, USA
Defining Mammalian Proteomes though Ribosome Profiling

Pavel A. Pevzner, University of California, San Diego, USA
MS-GF+: From Specialized to Universal Database Search Tools for Mass Spectrometry

Amos Bairoch, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Mapping the Human Proteome Complexity in neXtProt

Sina Ghaemmaghami, University of Rochester, USA
Short Talk: Global Analysis of Protein Turnover in Mice

17:00
On Own for Dinner


WEDNESDAY, MAY 9

07:30—08:30
Breakfast

Individual Hotel
08:30—11:30
Protein Complexes and Interactions
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B 1-2
* Matthias Selbach, Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, Germany

Luis Serrano, Centre for Genomic Regulation, Spain
Mycoplasma pneumoniae Proteome Composition and Dynamics

Carol V. Robinson, University of Oxford, UK
Mass Spectrometry from Micelles to Motors

Anne-Claude Gavin, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Germany
Expanding the Interaction Space: Protein-Metabolite Networks

Jyoti Choudhary, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, UK
Protein Interaction Studies by Quantitative MS

Ankur Jain, University of Illinois, USA
Short Talk: Probing Cellular Protein Complexes via Single Molecule Pull-Down

09:40—10:00
Coffee Break

Foyer/B3
11:30—13:00
Poster Setup

B3
11:30
On Own for Lunch and Recreation

13:00—22:00
Poster Viewing

B3
16:30—17:00
Coffee Available

Foyer/B3
17:00—19:00
The Proteome in Space and Time
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B 1-2
* Carol V. Robinson, University of Oxford, UK

Mathias Uhlén, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
A Human Protein Atlas

Angus I. Lamond, University of Dundee, UK
Molecular and Cellular Proteomics Lecture: Superexperiments and the System-Wide Analysis of Protein Properties in Cell Biology

Kathryn S. Lilley, University of Cambridge, UK
Organelle Proteomics: Tools to Establish a Global Picture of Protein Subcellular Localization

Akira Chiba, University of Miami, USA
Short Talk: The isPIN Project: Imaging-Based Proteomic Maps of Cells in vivo

19:00—20:00
Social Hour with Lite Bites

Foyer/B3
19:30—22:00
Poster Session 2

B3

THURSDAY, MAY 10

07:30—08:30
Breakfast

Individual Hotel
07:30—08:30
Poster Setup

B3
08:30—11:30
Protein Modification and Activity and Proteomics Technology
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B 1-2
* Walter Kolch, University College Dublin, Ireland

Benjamin F. Cravatt III, The Scripps Research Institute, USA
Proteome-Wide Activity Profiling

Matthias Mann, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Germany
Large-Scale Analysis of Post-Translational Modifications

Rong Zeng, Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Highly-Sensitive Enrichment and Quantification of Islet Phosphoproteome Unveiled Extensive Post-Translational Regulation in Islet Function

Albert J.R. Heck, Utrecht University, Netherlands
Quantification Methods in MS-Based Proteomics

Haruna Imamura, Kyoto University, Japan
Short Talk: Toward Comprehensive Analysis of Kinase/Substrate Pairs by in vitro Kinase Assay Coupled with Phosphoproteomics

09:40—10:00
Coffee Break

Foyer/B3
11:30—12:30
Lunch

Foyer/B3
12:00—14:30
Poster Session 3

B3
14:30—15:00
Coffee Available

Foyer/B3
15:00—17:00
Cell Signaling Probed by Proteomics
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B 1-2
* Angus I. Lamond, University of Dundee, UK

Walter Kolch, University College Dublin, Ireland
Deciphering Signal Transduction Networks by Proteomics and Mathematical Modeling

Michal Sharon, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Regulating the 20S Proteasome: A Mass Spectrometry Perspective

Arminja N. Kettenbach, Dartmouth Medical School, USA
Short Talk: Deciphering Polo-Like Kinase Signaling in Mitosis by Interactome and Substratome Studies

Leonard J. Foster, University of British Columbia, Canada
Short Talk: Monitoring the Response of the Interactome to Bacterial Infection using Size Exclusion Chromatography and SILAC

17:00
On Own for Dinner


FRIDAY, MAY 11

07:30—08:30
Breakfast

Individual Hotel
08:30—11:30
Proteomics of Ubiquitin and Ubiquitin-Like Modifications
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B 1-2
* Matthias Mann, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Germany

Chunaram Choudhary, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Quantitative Proteomics of Ubiquitylation and Its Crosstalk with Acetylation

Wolfgang P. Baumeister, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Germany
Molecular Architecture of the 26S Proteasome Holocomplex Determined by an Integrative Approach

Ronald T. Hay, University of Dundee, UK
System Wide Analysis of SUMO Modification in Response to Stress

Veronica G. Anania, Genentech, Inc., USA
Short Talk: Evidence for Unconventional Ubiquitination in ER-Associated Degradation

09:40—10:00
Coffee Break

Foyer/B3
11:30
On Own for Lunch and Recreation

16:30—17:00
Coffee Available

Foyer/B3
17:00—19:00
Targeted Proteomics
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B 1-2
* Albert J.R. Heck, Utrecht University, Netherlands

Rudolf H. Aebersold, Institute of Molecular Systems Biology, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Measuring Proteomes and Systems Biology

Roman A. Zubarev, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
Proteomics Study of Alzheimer's Disease Mechanism

Ulf Landegren, Uppsala University, Sweden
Highly Sensitive Protein Analysis by Proximity Ligation

Martin Beck, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Germany
Short Talk: Investigating Human Nuclear Pore Composition by Targeted Mass Spectrometry

19:00—20:00
Social Hour with Lite Bites

B 2-3
20:00—23:00
Entertainment

B 2-3

SATURDAY, MAY 12

 
Departure


*Session Chair †Invited, not yet responded.



Keystone Symposia thanks our Sponsor for generously supporting this meeting:

Science for Life Laboratory - Stockholm

We gratefully acknowledge additional support for this conference from:

Cell Signaling Technology, Inc. Labome
Molecular and Cellular Proteomics Thermo Scientific
Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation
 

We gratefully acknowledge additional in-kind support for this conference from those foregoing speaker expense reimbursements:



EMBO Young Investigator Programme


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