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.
Milan, Italy from 23 - 28.6.2015
EuPA 2015 Congress in Milan would represent not only an agora for the exchange between scientists but also a unique opportunity for the overall Proteomics scientific community to communicate to the society the latest advancements and the actual products that this young scientific discipline has produced in 20 years of history.
Fellowships are available - details see here
EuPA/BSPR 2015(British Society for Proteome Research)
20-22 July 2015, University of Reading, UK
We have an exciting line-up of international speakers covering a range of topics (see below). There will also be 26 short talks selected from submitted abstracts, providing an opportunity to present your recent research.
The meeting offers great value for money and this year features a joint BSPR/BMSS session. We are thus offering reduced registration rates for BMSS members (as well as BSPR members) in good standing.
Travel Bursaries, Poster and Speaker Prizes are also offered.Topics:Advances in Proteomic TechnologiesQuantitative ProteomicsClinical ProteomicsPlant and Animal ProteomicsBioinformatics and ProteogenomicsProtein DynamicsStructural ProteomicsSystems BiologyIntegration of ‘Omics’
Proteomics Pioneer Award in Proteomics Sciences 2014 was awarded to Albert Heck
many and excellent contributions to the field of proteomics in Europe.
ProteoRed / EuPA Multicentric study
on Relative Retention Times in Targeted Proteomics
For a long time ProteoRed, the Spanish national Proteomics Facilities network, has been leading efforts to evaluate standards and SOPs in proteome analyses, at the regional and national level, and also internationally through its collaboration with EuPA.
Following on from these successful Multicentre studies a new call has been opened to take part in the PME10 study that will evaluate the use of retention time (Rt) standards in targeted proteome analyses.
It is EuPA’s high priority to promote the standardisation and improvement of proteome technology throughout Europe. Therefore the together with ProteoRed thre EuPA Initiatives Committee encourages National Societies to take part in the PME10 by:
- performing targeted MS measurements, and
- analysing the results of the experiment.
If you wish to participate in the study, please request samples by writing to , indicating the contact person and shipping address. Since sample availability is limited, they will be sent on a first come-first serve basis.
Further details about the PME10: http://www.proteored.org/PME10_main.asp
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
Upcoming Educational Activities and Conferences
|Sun May 31, 2015|
|Mon Jun 15, 2015|
Next-Generation Antibodies and Protein Analysis: Tools and Technologies
|Mon Jun 15, 2015 @08:00 - 05:00PM|
|Mon Jun 22, 2015|
Hands-on Course in Ultrafast Sample Treatment for Proteomics
|Mon Jun 22, 2015|
Targeted Proteomics course
|Tue Jun 23, 2015 @08:00 - 05:00PM|
|Mon Jun 29, 2015|
Advanced Proteomics Course For Molecular Biologists And Clinicians
|Mon Jun 29, 2015 @08:00 - 05:00PM|
21.Arbeitstagung "Micromethods in Protein Chemistry"
|Mon Jul 20, 2015|
British Society for Proteome Research (BSPR) Annual Meeting 2015
|Mon Jul 20, 2015|
Hands-on Course in Sample Preparation Using Nanoparticles for Proteomics