14th European Summer School of Advanced Proteomics will take place from 31st of July till 6th of August at its usual location: Kloster Neustift (Brixen/Bressanone, South Tirol, Italy). The summer school is designed to provide graduate students and young postdoctoral
13. – 15. September 2022, Venue: Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP), Campus-Vienna-Biocenter 1, 1030 Vienna, Austria Save the date for this excellent networking opportunity and share your work done in the field of proteomics and especially single cell proteomics.
The IMP in Vienna is organizing an online workshop on Single Cell Proteomics sample preparation, April 27th, 3 pm CEST. Comprehensive single cell technologies are and will continue to shape modern biology ranging from basic science towards clinical research. Recent
For the MassSpec Forum Vienna, held on February 25th and 26th 2020, a conference dedicated to all fields of mass spectrometry APMA will provide 3 travel grants of € 150 each for non-Viennese students. Visit the conference website for mor information
This year’s APMRS should have been hosted at the Vienna Biocenter Campus in Vienna and take place as a joint meeting with the Second European Symposium on Single Cell Proteomics. The conference scheduled from September 2-4 2020 at Vienna Biocenter
This year’s APMA publication award winner Eveleyn Rampler (University of Vienna) has been presented with the 1,000€ award at APMRS 2019 in Salzburg. The prize for the paper shown below, includes an honary lecture at the APMRS meeting, which was
The travel stipends for this year’s APMRS in Salzburg were granted to Erika Ponzini, University Milano Katharina Mayer, Vetmed Vienna Petra Krenn, Meduni Graz Stefan Poschner, Uni Vienna Georg Pirklbauer, FH-Hagenberg Congratulations to all travel stipend winners!
Aug 26-28, 2019, Vienna Biocenter Campus Conference Homepage Two travel grants of € 150,- for non-Vienna students are available Applicants must meet the following requirements: PhD/Master student, PhD degree ≤ 2 years ago (confirmation of enrolment) APMA membership fee for
Three travel grants up to € 150,- are available for non-Salzburg students Applicants must meet the following requirements: PhD/Master student, PhD degree ≤ 2 years ago (confirmation of enrolment) APMA membership fee for 2019 paid short CV and motivation statement
The EuPA summer school 2019 on practical proteomics focuses on post-translational modifications from sample preparation to data analysis. Date 24 – 28th June 2019 Location Sète, France Website https://www.proteomics-academy.org/eupa-summer-school-2019