Proteomics Informatics Course
The Seattle Proteome Center (SPC) at ISB offers 4 and five-day intensive courses in the use of our suite of open-source software tools designed for the analysis, validation, storage and interpretation of data obtained from large-scale quantitative proteomics experiments and methods, multi-dimensional chromatography and tandem mass spectrometry. Through daily lectures and tutorials, each course participant should become proficient in the use of these tools, which comprise the Trans-Proteomic Pipeline (TPP). More information on the TPP, including software downloads can be found on the TPP Wiki page.
The Course also includes instruction on using SPC resources such as CORRA, PeptideAtlas, SRMAtlas, and related tools for design of targeted proteomics workflows via selected reaction monitoring (SRM/MRM) such as TIQAM, and other software packages.
2012 Proteomics Informatics Course at the Institute for Systems Biology:
The Seattle Proteome Center (SPC) at the Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) hosted its annual Proteomics Informatics Course at ISB's South Lake Union facility in June 4-8, 2012. Thirty-three students participated in the five-day course at the Institute for Systems Biology, which included presentations by Rob Moritz, Jeff Ranish, Luis Mendoza, David Shteynberg, Eric Deutsch, Mi-Youn Brusniak, Joe Slagel, and Mike Hoopmann. The entire course handbook, with agenda is available here.
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The following course is planned for:
July 8-12, 2013, in Seattle, WA at the Institute for Systems Biology
September 10-13, 2013, in Yokohama, Japan
Information on past Proteomics Informatics Courses may be found on their respective pages below:
July 11 - July 15, 2011 at the Institute for Systems Biology in Seattle, Washington.
August 29-September 2, 2011 in Geneva, Switzerland
October 25 - October 29, 2010 at the Institute for Systems Biology in Seattle, Washington.
September 14 - September 17, 2010 at the University of New South Wales campus in Australia.
April 27 - May 1, 2009 at the Institute for Systems Biology in Seattle, Washington.