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19th Lorne Proteomics Symposium - Australasian Proteomics Society

In 2014, the 19th Lorne Proteomics Symposium, will present the latest developments in proteomics technologies and will be held at “Mantra Lorne” in Lorne, Victoria from the 6th - 9th February.

Invited internationally recognised speakers will focus on themes that span not only core technologies in proteomic chemistry, but also tools for the interpretation of proteomics output that allow researchers to answer fundamental questions in biology. Currently this year’s program is focused around topics such as the following: 

  • Interactome research
  • Vesicle proteomics
  • Post-translational modifications
  • Clinical proteomics
  • Emerging technologies

The social program has a new line up for 2014.  The Welcome Reception will open up the conference social activities and this will be amongst the trade area.  Excitingly, the conference have added an opportunity for delegates to visit the Erskine Falls on a free afternoon and following on from the success of the 2013 Hospitality Suite, the conference will hold the APS Carnival on the Saturday night that will include lots of games, activities and networking. 

Submission and Earlybird Deadline

Abstract submission for oral presentations and early bird registration rates will close on Friday 8th November, 2013.

The Australasian Proteomics Society is a vibrant incorporated association and has a strong membership base. Proteomics will play an increasingly important role in much scientific research and it is the committee’s pleasure to invite you to be part of this exciting meeting.