Quantitative proteomics: Strategies and tools to probe biology – Course and Conference Office

EMBO Practical Course

Quantitative proteomics: Strategies and tools to probe biology


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Course overview

Proteomic technologies continue to develop at a rapid pace, offering the potential to address imminent questions in a range of biological research areas. Mass spectrometry has become widely accessible to many biologists, either through core facilities or scientific collaborations.

Because quantitative proteomics includes a variety of specialised technologies and workflows each with specific advantages and limitations, this hands-on practical course aims to train biologists how best integrate these evolving proteomics technologies into their own research. To achieve this, expert tutors shall offer hands-on training in the analysis, interpretation, and statistical evaluation of various types of proteomic data through teaching methodological concepts integrated with software-driven data analysis strategies. This is complemented with theoretical training in concepts and methods, presentations to illustrate application in various biological areas, and a group challenge where applicants apply the acquired knowledge. Finally, emerging topics in the field will be presented by leading experts in immuno-peptidomics, structural proteomics, and innovative ion mobility-assisted proteomics. This course has consistently met with high demand from applicants (4.5x oversubscribed in 2023 for 24 spots) attracting scientists across career levels and geographical boundaries who could go on to train peers locally.


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Date: 9 - 14 Mar 2025

Location: EMBL Heidelberg

Venue: EMBL Advanced Training Centre


  • Jeroen Krijgsveld

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