The Fifth Annual CNPN Symposium:
"Can Proteomics Fill the Gap Between Genomics and Phenotypes?"

April 20-24, 2013 in Vancouver, BC, Canada
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On April 21-24, 2013, The CNPN 2013 Symposium was be held at the Coast Coal Harbour Hotel, 1180 West Hastings St., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS at U.B.C. were well attended :

1. The Trans Proteomics Pipeline Workshop, a two-day workshop on April 20-21
2. The Multiple Reaction Monitoring Workshop, a one-day workshop on April 21

CLICK HERE to view the 2013 Agenda.

The annual CNPN symposium will bring together leading Canadian and International scientists and trainees to share their knowledge on cutting-edge research in proteomics, “modificomics”, and bioinformatics and their applications in the Human Proteome Project and to disease. All participants will have the opportunity to present their contributions as oral presentations or posters and exchange ideas with experts from other disciplines during informal discussions. In addition, the CNPN symposium has been linked with the inaugural meeting of the Pan-American Human Proteome Organization (HUPO), which constitutes the formation of the Pan-American HUPO Society and will include invited speakers from North and South America. A two-day workshop on the Trans Proteomic Pipeline, a bioinformatics pipeline for validating and modeling proteomics data developed by the prestigious Institute for Systems Biology (ISB), Seattle, will be held on the first two days of the symposium. Notably, the results and insights from the annual CNPN symposium will be made accessible to the general scientific community by a special dedicated issue to the Journal of Proteomics

Registration Prices - before/after March 29th
General – Non-member
$200 /$300
Student – Non-member
$100 / $175
General - member
$150 / $250
Student - member
$75 /$150


2013 Sponsors
Genome BC M.Smith C M Genome PQ K-Prime MRM HUPO NEB AB Sciex Bruker B S I Thermo Agilent BCPN Uvic PC Genome Canada