IDeA National Resource for Proteomics: Designing and Troubleshooting Proteomics Experiments

Presenters:

Alan Tackett, PhD
Co-Director IDeA National Resource for Proteomics
Univ of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
ajtackett@uams.edu

Mike Kinter, PhD
Co-Director IDeA National Resource for Proteomics
Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
Mike-Kinter@omrf.org

Samuel Mackintosh, PhD
IDeA National Resource for Proteomics
Univ of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
mackintoshsamuelg@uams.edu

Stephanie Byrum, PhD
IDeA National Resource for Proteomics
Univ of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
sbyrum@uams.edu

 Session format/audience:

We will use the first 1 hour to have 3 lectures on designing and troubleshooting experiments involving proteomics. Then, we will use the remaining 1 hour to break into focus groups and have attendees tell us about proteomics experiments they are setting-up and/or having issues with. We will provide them with feedback and suggestions. The primary target with be faculty and PI’s, but students could benefit if they have proteomics in their studies. This will be applicable to all funding mechanisms of the IDeA program.

 Abstract:

The focus of this proteomics workshop will be on proper experimental design for and troubleshooting of proteomics studies. This workshop will be given by members of the IDeA National Resource for Proteomics (http://idearesourceproteomics.org/). The workshop will be divided into a series of short lectures followed by breakout sessions. Lectures will cover experimental design for both discovery phase and targeted proteomic workflows. Breakout sessions will provide the opportunity for attendees to discuss and troubleshoot their on-going or planned proteomics studies with members of the IDeA National Resource for Proteomics. The IDeA National Resource for Proteomics is supported by the Arkansas INBRE (P20GM103429) and Oklahoma INBRE (P20GM103447).

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