Brazilian time October 30th, 2023
09:00-9:30 Maria Augusta Arruda, Director of LNBio (CNPEM)
09:30-10:30 Jennifer Van Eyk, Cedars Sinai, USA

Coming soon

10:30-11:00 Break
11:00-12:00 Eleonora Forte, Northwestern University, USA

Translational top-down proteomics for advancing biomarker discovery in transplantation

12:00-12:30 Flash talks 1
12:30-13:30 Richard Scheltema, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands

XLMS driven by PhoX, XlinkX/PD and XMAS

13:30-14:00 Break
14:00-15:00 Andreas Mund, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Decoding cellular diversity with Deep Visual Proteomics

15:00-15:30 Luiz Fernando Santos, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Redefinindo o que é possível em proteômica

15:30-16:30 Benjamin Orsburn, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, USA

Developing single cell proteomics into a tool to better understand drug resistance mechanisms 

16:30-17:30 Wagner Fontes, Unb, Brazil

Using neutrophil proteomics to study the systemic inflammatory response



Brazilian time




October 31th, 2023


09:30-10:30 Bernhard Küster, Technical University of Munich, Germany

Understanding how drugs work using mass spectrometry-based proteomics

10:30-11:00 Flash talks 2
11:00-12:00 Rebekah Gundry, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, USA

Revolutionizing the Study of Glycoproteins in Heart Health and Disease with Advanced Technologies

12:00-13:00 Flavia Winck, CENA, Brazil

Integrative omics analysis applied to uncovering metabolic regulation in microalgae

13:00-13:30 Mariana Fioramonte, Waters

Advances on biomolecules and protein characterization by mass spectrometry

13:30-14:00 Break
14:00-14:30 Flash talks 3
14:30-15:30 Thiago Verano, UFMG, Brazil

Endocrine systems dissected by functional proteomics: focus on the renin-angiotensin system and kallikrein-kinin system

15:30-16:30 Valentina Cappelletti, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Exploring protein structure and function in situ: insights from LiP-MS in functional proteomics

16:30-17:30 Ben Garcia, Washington University, St. Louis, USA

Quantitative Proteomics for Understanding the Histone Code in Human Disease



Brazilian time




November 1st, 2023


09:00-10:00 Bernd Wollscheid, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Light-mediated discovery of cell surfaceome nanoscale organization

10:00-10:30 Flash talks 4
10:30-11:30 Susan T Weintraub, UT Health, San Antonio, USA

 Data-independent Acquisition (DIA) Mass Spectrometry: Data that’s Incredibly Amazing

11:30-12:30 Juan Antonio Vizcaino, EMBL-EBI, Cambridge, UK

Status of open data practices in the proteomics field: How can you benefit from them?

12:30-13:00 Break
13:00-14:00 Diogo Borges, Leibniz-ForschungsInstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie, Berlin, Germany

A machine learning-based solution for analyzing large-scale interactomic datasets generated with cleavable cross-linking mass spectrometry

14:00-15:00 Brian Searle, Ohio State University, USA

Coming soon

15:00-15:30 Flash talks 5

Brendan MacLean, University of Washington, USA

Coming soon


Alexey Nesvizhskii, University of Michigan, USA

FragPipe computational platform for proteomics and proteogenomics data analysis


17:30 Final Remarks





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