There is high demand for this course and we are planning to run it late in 2015 or early in 2016. The structure and content are under review. Details will be posted on this page as soon as possible.
A three day course for those in industry and academia who wish to gain a theoretical and practical understanding of the exciting possibilities and developments within the field of proteomics.
The course will be informal but intensive with limited numbers and high staffing to encourage interaction and discussion. The programme underpins the theory required in modern proteomic studies including protein separation, mass spectrometric characterisation, quantification, sequencing and the use of databases for protein identification. This will be illustrated by the use of appropriate practical examples.
There are timetabled discussion groups each day (maximum 5 delegates per group) to review theory, practical and experimental aspects of proteomics studies.
Lecture programme to include:
Practical programme to include:
For any queries please contact Dr Charlotte Moonan.
Tel: 024 7652 3540
Information leaflet (2013)
Comments from past delegates:
"An excellent balance between theory and practical"
"The lectures were first class - experts clearly really were experts."
"This course is really fantastic! Difficult theoretical material was covered very well. The enthusiasm and expertise of lecturers and practical demonstrators was incredible."