Please find below the preliminary program as of 31 July 2019.

Wednesday, 18 September 2019

14:00-18:00Registration/Mounting of posters
15:00-17:30Workshop 1: Practical aspects of HPLC separations in omics approachesRoland ReischlUniversity of Salzburg
 Workshop 2: (Bio)statistical methods for analyzing proteomics and metabolomics datasetsPatrick Langthaler and Arne BathkeUniversity of Salzburg
 Workshop 3: Industrial aspects of biopharma characterizationUrs LohrigNovartis
17:30-18:00Coffee Break
18:20-19:00Opening Plenary LectureLjiljana Pasa TolicPacific Northwest National Laborator. U.S.
19:00-19:15Addressing glutathione redox status in clinical samples using a novel assay based on two-step alkylation and mass spectrometryTamara TominMedical University of Graz
19:15-19:35Company presentation
19:35-21:30Get together

Thursday, 19 September 2019

 Scientific Session Clinical Proteomics
09:00-09:40Keynote LectureUlrich auf dem KellerTU Denmark
09:40-09:55Neutrophil extracellular traps formation correlates with the type of tumor spread in high grade serous ovarian cancerBesnik MuqakuDepartment of Analytical Chemistry, University of Vienna
09:55-10:10Discovery of tree pollen proteases with a potential role in development of allergy – an activity based approachBarbara DarnhoferACIB GmbH Graz
10:10-10:25Combination of proteome profiling with mechanotransduction: expanding the knowledge about melanoma metastasisGiorgia Del Favero University of Vienna
10:25-10:40Monoglyceride lipase activity influences growth and phosphoprotein profile of lung cancer cellsChristoph Heininger Medical University of Graz
10:40-11:10Coffee Break
 Scientific Session Metabolomics
11:10-11:50Keynote LectureKatja Dettmer-WildeUniversity of Regensburg, Germany
11:50-12:05Black cohosh impairs steroid metabolism in human breast cancer cells: a targeted metabolomics approachStefan PoschnerUniversity of Vienna, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
12:05-12:20One carbon metabolomics in cancerMatthias Schittmayer-Schantl Medizinische Universität Graz
12:20-12:35Alterations of systematic metabolism upon viral infection: from metabolite profiling  to isotope tracingKristaps KlavinsCeMM – Research Center for Molecular Medicine
12:35-13:15 Lunch Break
13:15-14:45Poster Session/Coffee Break
 Scientific Session Methods for protein separation and characterization
14:45-15:25Keynote LectureKoen SandraResearch Institute for Chromatography, Belgium
15:25-15:40Displacement Chromatography Mode – A powerful tool for online 2D-LC-MS in proteomicsMarcel KwiatkowskiInstitute of Biochemistry, University of Innsbruck
15:40-15:55Peptide separation using strong anion exchange stationary phase on Liquid Handling PlatformLucija DončevićRuđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb
15:55-16:15Company presentation
16:15-16:45Coffee Break
16:45-17:00Improved Sensitivity in Low-Input Proteomics using Micro-Pillar Array-based ChromatographyKarl MechtlerIMP Vienna
17:00-17:15MALDI-TOF MS as a tool for tick cell lines characterizationDmitry LoginovUniversity of South Bohemia, Budweis
17:15-17:35Company presentation
17:35-18:35Junior Board Presentation & APMA General Assembly
18:35-24:00Conference Dinner & Symposium Party

Friday, 20 September 2019

 Scientific Session Junior Board
09:00-09:40Keynote LectureLukas OrreKarolinska Institutet, Sweden
09:40-09:55Staphylococcus aureus surface profiling by Mass Spectrometry and IR spectroscopy to follow in-host evolutionKatharina MayerUniversity of Veterinary Medicine, Institute of Microbiology
09:55-10:10Identifying key players responsible for local and systemic changes in colonic tissue and plasma samples of ulcerative colitis patientsLukas Janker University of Vienna
10:10-10:25Flash Presentations 1-3TBA
10:25-11:00Coffee Break
 Scientific Session Bioinformatics
11:00-11:40Keynote LectureMagnus PalmbladLeiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands
11:40-11:55ReactomeGSA – A new service for multi-omics, multi-species comparative pathway analysis in REACTOMEJohannes GrissMedical University of Vienna
11:55-12:10MS Annika: An Integrated Search Tool for the Identification of Cross-Linked Peptides from Mass Spectrometry DataGeorg J.PirklbauerFH OÖ Forschung & Entwicklung Hagenberg
12:10-12:35Company presentation
12:35-13:15Lunch Break
13:15-13:55Closing plenary lectureYehia MechrefTexas Tech University, U.S.
13:55-14:10Short TalkTBA
14:10-14:30Honorary Lecture: APMA publication award 2019TBA
14:30-15:00Awards ceremony & Closing 
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