Proteomics Scientific Interest Group
The Proteomics SIG’s goals are to facilitate contacts and exchange of ideas between NIH, FDA and surrounding area researchers using proteomics in their research. The group also reaches out to researchers who have an interest in pursuing proteomics-related experiments (in any area from post-translational modifications, protein-protein interactions, methodology, and correlation the proteomic datasets with gene expression data and biological experiments) and helps promote collaborations with the experts in the field. The group aims to foster productive scientific interactions by providing an active forum with monthly Lecture Series (where the up-to-date proteomic research is presented by invited experts), Fellows Forum (a monthly platform for trainees to discuss their projects, providing mentoring and guidance) and moderated Listserv. The Group also meets after the annual conferences of ASMS and HUPO to discuss the progress in the field.
The laboratories actively participating in the Proteomics SIG activities are encouraged to be introduced on the Group’s website:
The website also features updated information on the Group’s activities as well as an archive of past events. Many of the past lectures were archived and are available on the server.
To join the Proteomics Scientific Interest Group mailing list, please visit the Proteomics Scientific Interest Group Listserv home page, then click the “Subscribe or Unsubscribe” link in the right sidebar.
- Aleksandra Nita-Lazar, Ph.D., NIAID/DIR
- Robert Hohman, Ph.D., NIAID/DIR
Scientific Focus Areas
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