Welcome to the EuPA website!
EuPA is the federation of European national proteomics societies. It has been established to coordinate and integrate national initiatives within the proteomics field. The main objectives are to strengthen and promote fundamental research and applications, through education and training in all areas of proteomics throughout Europe. EuPA is a non-profit organisation.
Call for Candidates for the EuPA Young Investigator Prize (PhD)
The European Proteomics Association (www.eupa.org) hereby announces a call for candidates for the EuPA Young Investigator Prize to be awarded at the 10th EuPA Annual Congress from 21-25 June 2016, in Istanbul, Turkey (www.eupa2016.org). A special session will be dedicated to presentations, which will be given by the finalists selected from the submitted abstracts. The winner, judged by the panel after the presentations, will receive €1.000, sponsored by the Journal of Proteomics, and a EuPA certificate. The winner of the Young Investigator Prize will also be announced in the major proteomics journals.
PhD Postion at Lab. of Proteomics and Separation Sciences
University of Milan
Lipidomic and proteomic techniques applied to the study of dyslipidemia
Application open until August 31st, 2016
EuPA Bulletin is now called EuPA News and changes its scope
- Are you a dynamic and enthusiastic scientist?
- Are you interested by the EuPA life?
- Do you want to get involved in communication and scientific sharing?
Please participate to EuPA News with original contributions. All contributions will be published in EuPA Open Proteomics Journal
Within the EuPA Conference and Communication Committee, the following persons are in charge of the preparation of the bulletin
- Concha Gil, Spain
- Fernando Corrales, Spain
EuPA Open Proteomics
... is the official owned journal of the European Proteomics Association (EuPA) and is aimed at both European and international protein scientists.
EuPA Open Proteomics is an open access journal and was launched autumn 2012.
Editor in Chief: Peter Verhaert, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands
To allow each laboratory to assess its ability and improve their protocols for phosphopeptide analysis.
The study should allow for:
- Evaluating the performance and reproducibility of phosphopeptide enrichment procedures.
- Testing the usefulness of phosphopeptide mixture standard to set up, monitor, and troubleshoot phosphopeptide analysis methods.
Proposed calendar for the study:
Distribution of the samples: first two weeks of March 2016.
Deadline for results submission: May 15
Presentation of results at EuPA Conference 21-25 June
More Information http://legacy.proteored.org/PME11_main.asp
Upcoming Educational Activities and Conferences
|Mon Jul 25, 2016|
BSPR meeting 2016: Proteomic Approaches to Health and Disease
|Sun Sep 04, 2016|
2nd International Plant Proteomics Organization (INPPO) World Congress
|Sun Sep 18, 2016|
HUPO 15th Annual World Congress (HUPO 2016)
|Mon Oct 03, 2016|
FEBS Workshop on Chromatin Proteomics
|Tue Oct 11, 2016|
10th Central and Eastern European Proteomics Conference