Location & dates EMBL Heidelberg, Germany 14 - 17 Sep 2016
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Conference Programme

Day 1 - Wednesday 14 September 2016
TimeSpeaker
11:15-13:15 Registration & Lunch
13:15-13:30 Opening remarks
13:30-17:30

Session 1 - Cell Biology in space and time

13:30-14:00

Proteome expression and turnover in 4D
Angus Lamond - University of Dundee, UK

14:00-14:30

Defining the commitment phase of human epidermal cell differentiation
Fiona Watt - King's College London, UK

14:30-15:00

Analysis of Tumor Heterogeneity Through Time and Space by Imaging Mass Cytometry
Bernd Bodenmiller - University of Zurich, Switzerland

15:00-15:30

Coffee Break

15:30-16:00 The Human Cell Atlas
Emma Lundberg -  SciLifeLab Stockholm and School of Biotechnology, KTH, Sweden
16:00-16:15

Purification of Intra-Mitotic Subpopulations from Asynchronous Cells Enables Global Identification of Anaphase Promoting Complex/Cyclosome (APC/C) Substrates and Their Degradation Timing
Tony Ly - University of Dundee, United Kingdom

16:15-16:30

Matrisome changes during Intervertebral Disc development and ageing
Joana Caldeira - i3S, Portugal

16:30-16:45

Decoding the therapeutic effect of human cardiac stem cells:  protein players in myocardium repair
Patricia Gomes-Alves - iBET/ITQB-NOVA, Portugal

16:45-17:00

Proximity Peroxidase Labeling and Biotin Site Mapping for Understanding Protein Topology and Structure
Namrata Udeshi - Broad Institute, USA

17:00-17:30

Coffee Break

17:30-18:30

Keynote Speaker:
Effects of genomic variability on the proteome and its organization
Ruedi Aebersold - ETH Zurich, Switzerland

18:30-20:00

Dinner

20:00-23:00

Drinks in the ATC Roof Top Lounge
(Possible Poster Sneak Preview)

Day 2 - Thursday 15 September 2016
TimeSpeaker
09:00-12:30 Session 2 - Integrating Omics in biology
09:00-09:30 Poly-omics analyses of iPS cell models
Oliver Stegle - EMBL Hinxton, UK
09:30-10:00

The Perseus computational platform for comprehensive analysis of (prote)omics data
Jürgen Cox - Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Germany 

10:00-10:30

Profiling global nutritional responses in metazoans by quantitative proteomics
Nils Faegerman - University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-11:30

Probing protein structural changes in health and disease
Paola Picotti - ETH Zurich, Switzerland

11:30-11:45

Protein lipadation in health and disease from a chemical proteomics perspective
Remigiusz Serwa - Imperial College London, United Kingdom

11:45-12:00 Unravelling the venom complexity of piscivorous cone snail, Conus tulipa, using integrated venomics
Mriga Dutt - University of Queensland, Australia
12:00-12:15 Finding the needle in a haystack: Identification of LRRK2 substrates by quantitative protein mass spectrometry
Martin Steger - Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Germany
12:15-12:30

Multi-omics Analysis of Esophageal Adenocarcinoma: How Lipid Metabolism Affects Cancer Progression
Jeffrey Molendijk - University of Queensland, Australia

12:30-14:30

Lunch / Meet the speaker session

14:30-18:00

Session 3 - Cell signaling

14:30-15:00

Pinpointing cellular decision making
Jesper J. Olsen - University of Copenhagen, Denmark

15:00-15:30

Metabolic Cybernetics
David James - The University of Sydney, Australia

15:30-16:00

Shaping the T cell proteomic landscape by antigen receptor and cytokines
Doreen Cantrell - University of Dundee, UK

16:00-16:30 Coffee Break
16:30-17:00

Solute Carriers, Metabolism and Drug Response: a Magic Triangle
Giulio Superti-Furga - Research Center for Molecular Medicine of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria    

17:00-17:15 Exploiting colon cancer signaling crosstalk for therapy
Anna Ressa - Utrecht University, The Netherlands
17:15-17:30 Large-scale profiling of phosphorylation dynamics following TCR activation in primary mouse T-cells
Marie Locard-Paulet - Institute of Pharmacology and Structural Biology, France
17:30- 17:45 Monitoring the dynamic N-linked cell surface glycoproteome by quantitative proteomics
Mathias Kalxdorf - Cellzome GmbH, a  GSK company, Germany
17:45-18:00

Phospho-Seq for global analysis of tyrosine phosphorylation site dynamics
Tanveer Batth - University of Copenhagen, Denmark

18:00-19:30 Dinner
19:30-21:30 Poster Session I (Even Numbers)
21:30-23:00 Drinks in the ATC Roof Top Lounge
Day 3 - Friday 16 September 2016
TimeSpeaker
09:00-12:30 Session 4 - Interaction proteomics
09:00-09:30

Genetic and proteomic approaches to understanding SMN function using Drosophila models of Spinal Muscular Atrophy 
Greg Matera - University of North Carolina, , USA

09:30-10:00

Proteome Dynamics
Matthias Selbach - Max-Delbrück-Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC), Germany

10:00-10:30

Expending the interactome space - protein-lipid networks
Anne-Claude Gavin - EMBL Heidelberg, Germany

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-11:30

Proteomic exploration of the DNA damage response reveals new genome stability maintenance factors
Niels Mailand - University of Copenhagen, Denmark

11:30-11:45

A peptide based interaction screen on disease related mutations
Katrina Meyer - Max-Delbrück-Center (MDC) Berlin, Germany

11:45-12:00

System-wide analysis of virus-induced rewiring of protein interactions
Alexey Stukalov - MPI of Biochemistry, Germany

12:00-12:15 Proteomic screen for 14-3-3 interactors reveals a role for the translation inhibitory 4EHP-GIGYF1-ZNF598 complex during UV-induced stress response
Maxim Tollenaere - Novo Nordisk Foundation - Center for Protein Research, Denmark
12:15-12:30

Dynamic analysis of the PAG and CBL interactomes in primary T cells through label-free proteomicsAnne Gonzalez de Peredo - Université de Toulouse, CNRS, France

12:30-14:30 Lunch / Meet the speakers session
14:30-18:00

Session 5 - Chromatin proteomics

14:30-15:00

Large-scale genome architecture affects the transcriptome but not the core proteome
Juri Rappsilber - University of Edinburgh, UK

15:00-15:30

Personalized Genetics for complex diseases
Judith Zaugg - EMBL Heidelberg, Germany

15:30-16:00

Histone post-translational modifications as cancer biomarkers investigated through proteome-based epigenome mapping of patient samples
Tiziana Bonaldi - IFOM-IEO, Italy

16:00-16:30

Coffee Break

16:30-17:00 to be confirmed
Mikhail Savitski - EMBL Heidelberg, Germany
17:00-17:15 Genomic Locus Proteomics- the unbiased detection of proteins at a specific genomic locus
Samuel Myers - Broad Institute, USA
17:15-17:30

Does SIRT3 Regulate Metabolism?
Brian Weinert - University of Copenhagen, Denmark

17:30-17:45

Proteomics reveals dynamic protein recruitment during replication and repair of DNA templates
Markus Räschle - Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Germany

17:45-18:00

PRMT1 modulates transcriptional and post-transcriptional gene expression during DNA damage response, through the dynamic R-methylation of histones and non-histone targets
Daniele Musiani - European Institute of Oncology, Italy

18:00-20:00

Poster Session II (Odd Numbers)

20:00-24:00

Conference Dinner & Party

Day 4 - Saturday 17 September 2016
TimeSpeaker
09:00-12:30 Session 6 - MS-based proteomics in genetics & disease
09:00-09:30

New Approaches for Localization of Proteins and Interaction Partners in Cells with High Spatial Resolution
Steven Carr - Broad Institute, USA

09:30-10:00

Comprehensive drug target profiling using orthogonal chemoproteomics technologies
Marcus Bantscheff - Cellzome, Germany

10:00-10:30

Moving proteomics to the clinic
Matthias Mann - Max-Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Germany 

10:30-11:15

Coffee Break

11:15-11:30

Ubiquitin-dependent cellular reprogramming during dengue virus infection
Sumana Sanyal - University of Hong Kong-Pasteur Research Pole, Hong Kong

11:30-11:45 Identification of traffic factors that regulate CFTR exit from the endoplasmic reticulum
Carlos Miguel Farinha - University of Lisboa & Integrative Sciences Institute, Portugal
11:45-12:00 Building Proteomic Tool Boxes to Monitor MHC Class I Peptides
Frances-Rose Schumacher - Genentech, USA
12:00-12:15

Spatiotemporal proteomic profiling of mutant huntingtin inclusion bodies in vivo reveals widespread loss of protein function
Fabian Hosp - Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Germany

12:15-13:30

Lunch

13:30-14:30

Keynote Session
MCP Sponsored Lectureship
Using the Systems Biology of Cell Injury to Optimize Cancer Therapy

Michael B Yaffe - Koch Institute at MIT, USA

14:30-14:45 Closing remarks and poster prize