About us

APMA is run by a board and has a junior board to represent the interests of young researchers in the fields of proteomics and metabolomics.

APMA fosters proteomics and metabolomics research by providing travel scholarships for young researchers for events in Austria and major conferences in the field.

Online resources for proteomics and metabolomics.


APMRS ’22 will be joined with a dedicated symposium for single cell proteomics from 13 – 15. September 2022. All details, including the abstract submission are available here.

Our APMA Journal Club is taking place every wednesday! Click here for details on the next meeting. This online journal club discusses interesting proteomics, metabolomics, and bioinformatics papers and is open to all.


APMA mourns the passing of Prof. Günter Allmaier, who sadly passed away after a long suffering on 16.09.2022. Günter was instrumental in establishing proteomics in Austria. His fundamental understanding of mass spectrometry-based protein analysis strengthened the networking of the few proteomicists working in Austria at that time. His work as a founding member and his presidency from 2007-2011 were honored with the Award for Life Time Achievements in 2016. With Günter Allmaier we lose a person whose heart and soul burned for science. Our thoughts are with his family.

Who can join?

Joining APMA is open to anyone interested in proteomics or metabolomics. By filling out the form your registration is forwarded to the APMA office who will be in contact with you shortly.

Membership fees

The annual membership fees are:

  • € 35.- for ordinary members
  • € 15.- for student members.