Program

Please find below the final program.

Wednesday, 18 September 2019

14:00–18:00Registration (Foyer I)
   
15:00–17:30Workshops
   
  Workshop 1 (HS 413)
  Practical aspects of HPLC separations in omics approaches
  Roland Reischl, University of Salzburg
   
  Workshop 2 (HS 403)
  Statistics Explained – From Principle Component Analysis to Multiple Testing to Nonparametrics
  Patrick Langthaler and Arne Bathke, University of Salzburg
   
  Workshop 3 (HS 414)
  Industrial aspects of biopharma characterization
  Urs Lohrig, Novartis
   
18:00–20:00Opening session (HS 403)
  chaired by Ruth Birner-Grünberger
   
18:00Opening
   
18:20Opening plenary lecture
  Towards Functional Omics at Single Cell Resolution
  Ljiljana Paša-Tolić, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
   
19:00Short talk 1
  Addressing glutathione redox status in clinical samples using a novel assay based on two-step alkylation and mass spectrometry
  Tamara Tomin, Medical University of Graz
   
19:15Company presentation 1
  Human Breast Cancer Cell Line Phosphoproteome Revealed by an Automated and Highly Selective Enrichment Workflow
  Anthony Zerlin, Agilent Technologies Waldbronn
   
19:35Honorary Lecture: APMA publication award 2019
   
20:00–22:00Get together (Foyer I)

Thursday, 19 September 2019

09:00–10:40Scientific session: Clinical proteomics (HS 403)
  chaired by Hans Brandstetter
   
09:00Keynote lecture 2
  Protease Network Degradomics
  Ulrich auf dem Keller, TU Denmark
   
09:40Short talk 2
  Neutrophil extracellular traps formation correlates with the type of tumor spread in high grade serous ovarian cancer
  Besnik Muqaku, University of Vienna
   
09:55Short talk 3
  Discovery of tree pollen proteases with a potential role in development of allergy – an activity based approach
  Barbara Darnhofer, acib GmbH, Graz
   
10:10Short talk 4
  Combination of proteome profiling with mechanotransduction: expanding the knowledge about melanoma metastasis
  Giorgia Del Favero, University of Vienna
   
10:25Short talk 5
  Monoglyceride lipase activity influences growth and phosphoprotein profile of lung cancer cells
  Christoph Heininger, Medical University of Graz
   
10:40Coffee break
   
11:10–12:35Scientific session: Metabolomics (HS 403)
  chaired by Roland Reischl
   
11:10Keynote lecture 3
  Metabolomics – a valuable tool in cancer research
  Katja Dettmer-Wilde, University of Regensburg
   
11:50Short talk 6
  Black cohosh impairs steroid metabolism in human breast cancer cells: a targeted metabolomics approach
  Stefan Poschner, University of Vienna
   
12:05Short talk 7
  One carbon metabolomics in cancer
  Matthias Schittmayer-Schantl, Medical University of Graz
   
12:20Short talk 8
  Alterations of systematic metabolism upon viral infection: from metabolite profiling to isotope tracing
  Kristaps Klavins, CeMM, Vienna
   
12:35Lunch break
   
13:15–14:45Poster session and coffee break (Foyer II)
   
14:45–17:35Scientific session: Methods for protein separation and characterization (HS 403)
  chaired by Christian G. Huber and Christof Regl
   
14:45Keynote lecture 4
  The versatility of 2D-LC in biopharmaceutical analysis
  Koen Sandra, Research Institute for Chromatography, Kortrijk
   
15:25Short talk 9
  Improved Sensitivity in Low-Input Proteomics using Micro-Pillar Array-based Chromatography
  Karl Mechtler, IMP, Vienna
   
15:40Short talk 10
  Peptide separation using strong anion exchange stationary phase on Liquid Handling Platform
  Lucija Dončević, Ruđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb
   
15:55Company presentation 2
  How Progenesis QI assists to gain biological understanding from large scale multi-omic datasets
  Martin Wells, Waters GmbH
   
16:15Coffee break
   
16:45Short talk 11
  Displacement Chromatography Mode – A powerful tool for online 2D-LC-MS in proteomics
  Marcel Kwiatkowski, University of Innsbruck
   
17:00Short talk 12
  MALDI-TOF MS as a tool for tick cell lines characterization
  Dmitry Loginov, University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice
   
17:15Company presentation 3
  The Benefit of CCS Value Prediction for DB Searches in Metabolomics, Lipidomics and Proteomics
  Arnd Ingendoh, Bruker Daltonik GmbH
   
17:35–18:45APMA general assembly (HS 403)
   
19:00–24:00Symposium party (Foyer I)
   
  Music by Stringpower (https://stringpower.at)

Friday, 20 September 2019

09:00–10:25Junior board session (HS 403)
  chaired by Donatella Tesei and Florian Wiesenhofer
   
09:00Keynote lecture 5
  SubCellBarCode: An MS-based method and resource for proteome-wide mapping of protein localization and relocalization
  Lukas Orre, Karolinska Institutet, Solna
   
09:40Short talk 13
  Staphylococcus aureus surface profiling by Mass Spectrometry and IR spectroscopy to follow in-host evolution
  Katharina Mayer, University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna
   
09:55Short talk 14
  Identifying key players responsible for local and systemic changes in colonic tissue and plasma samples of ulcerative colitis patients
  Lukas Janker, University of Vienna
   
10:10Flash presentations
   
10:25Coffee break
   
11:00–12:15Scientific session: Bioinformatics (HS 403)
  chaired by André Müller
   
11:00Keynote lecture 6
  Contextualizing Proteomics and Metabolomics Data by Combining Literature Search and Machine Learning
  Magnus Palmblad, Leiden University Medical Center
   
11:40Short talk 15
  ReactomeGSA – A new service for multi-omics, multi-species comparative pathway analysis in REACTOME
  Johannes Griss, Medical University of Vienna
   
11:55Short talk 16
  MS Annika: An Integrated Search Tool for the Identification of Cross-Linked Peptides from Mass Spectrometry Data
  Georg J. Pirklbauer, FH OÖ Forschung & Entwicklung, Hagenberg
   
12:15Lunch break
   
13:00–14:45Closing session
  chaired by Klaus Kratochwill
   
13:00Short talk 17
  A Global Approach towards Determination of Fc-Glycosylation in Murine Immunoglobulin G (IgG) Subclasses by Means of HPLC-MS
  Constantin Blöchl, University of Salzburg
   
13:15Company presentation 4
  The New Pace of Discovery – Intelligence Driven Mass Spectrometry
  Samy Memmi, Thermo Fisher Scientific
   
13:35Closing plenary lecture
  MS-Based Glycomics and Glycoproteomics: New Methods to Understand the Biological Attributes of Glycan and Glycopeptide Isomers
  Yehia Mechref, Texas Tech University
   
14:15Awards ceremony and closing
   
14:45End of symposium


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