The event

The X Proteomics Workshop is promoted by the Brazilian Biosciences National Laboratory (LNBio), hosted by the Brazilian Center for Research in Energy and Materials (CNPEM), a social organization from the Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the organizing committee will promote the event fully remote and online.

Considering these advantages, we hope to have new participants, from different regions, including other countries, in the online version of the event compared to previous in-person editions.

From November 3rd until the 5th, 2021, participants will be meeting the program, comprising classes ministered by experts in the field of Omics Data Analysis. They can also participate in the virtual poster sessions.

The X Proteomics Workshop registration will be free, and the event will be online through Whova, a multifunctional platform for managing online events.

In the face-to-face editions, over nine years, nearly 1,500 people signed up.

Throughout the years, the Proteomics Workshop, offered by CNPEM, achieved high recognition as an event of excellence in mass spectrometry and proteomics.

This edition will cover large-scale quantitative proteomics, post-translational modifications, structural proteomics, targeted proteomics and single-cell proteomics. The topics will be addressed in 50-min lectures with time for Q&A and posters of attendees.




APPLICATIONS OPEN - Click here to register

X Proteomics Workshop Deadlines

Application – From September 1st to September 30th Releasing of shortlisted applicants – October 15th Workshop – From 3rd to 05th of November, 2021

Why participate?

This meeting represents a training opportunity for current and future users of proteomics and mass spectrometry. Following the example of the previous editions, held in the last nine years, the workshop also promotes the interaction between Brazilian and international researchers and dissemination of knowledge in the scientific community.

How much will I invest?

The X Proteomics Workshop registration is free. The event is 100% online.



This year, the X Proteomics Workshop will present lectures from specialists from four countries. Ruedi Aebersold, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland Steve Gygi, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA James Bruce, University of Washington, Seattle, USA Morten Andersen, Macquarie University, Australia William de Castro Borges, Universidade Federal do Ouro Preto, MG, Brazil Henrique B. Ferreira, UFRGS, RS, Brazil Milton Yutaka Nishiyama Junior, Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, SP, Brazil Richard Hemmi Valente, Fiocruz, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Nikolai Slavov, Northeastern University College of Engineering, Boston, USA Susan Abbatiello, Northeastern University College of Science, Boston, USA    The profiles of the speakers and  summary of each lecture will be updated soon




The registrations for the X Proteomics Workshop are closed.

The form was available from September 1st until September 30th, 2021.

Please, read all the information below carefully before filling the fields, located at the end of this page.   Applications The registration period was from September 1st to September 30th, through the form available on this page. We encourage all the applicants to submit an abstract to present their research during the poster sessions.   Selection of applicants Attendance is unlimited and application is required;   Important information

  • The abstract must be submitted and presented by the same author.
  • Only one abstract contribution may be submitted by each presenter.
  • The Scientific Committee will evaluate the abstracts, select and assign them to the group of presentations depending on topical fit and time constraints.
  • The Organizing Committee considers withdrawing an abstract, after it has been accepted and advertised, as highly nonprofessional (except in special circumstances).

  In the Registration form, if you are presenting an e-poster, you must select the option “Yes”  in the session “Abstract Contribution –

  • Title
  • Authors + Institution
  • Corresponding Author’s E-mail
  • Body (Maximum 2000 characters with space)
  • References (optional)
  • Acknowledgements (optional)
  • Keywords (optional)
  • Comments (optional)
  • Note: images or files are not accepted by the form and no template is necessary at this step. 

  General Information

  • The lectures will be held online on the Whova platform.
  • The event official language is English.
  • All information, content and presentations must be performed in English.
  • The registration includes the attendance to all lectures, poster sessions, on November 3rd, 4th and 5th;
  • The Workshop certificates are granted to participants in two categories: Regular participant and Participant with poster presentation.

Workshop contact: Visit the Mass Spectrometry Facility website:

Poster Session

Posters will be presented in the three days of the meeting, on the scheduled timeframes. The day of the presentation of each participant will be available in the confirmed participant’s list. Visit here or the Whova agenda to get access to the schedule of poster presentations.   Participants will be invited to display the pdf e-poster with a special template provided. This file is also available in Power Point format, click here to download.  

-The e-poster must be related to the abstract previously submitted in the registration;

-The template of the e-poster is provided through pdf or power point formats. If you have any issue with these types of files, please contact; -The final file must be saved in .pdf and the dimensions must be wide (16:9), minimum 960 × 540 px,  and máximum 10MB in file size; -The information must fit within the header and footer of the event provided in the template. -When the file is ready, the attendee can upload it in his/her assigned sub-session until the 29th of October.  

Whova platform

The X Proteomics Workshop will be held fully online through the multifunctional and interactive event platform called Whova. It will allow us to organize an event with the same quality and provide the technical-scientific interactions that were the success of previous editions of the School. Through the platform, it will be possible to:

  • Watch recorded classes made available by CNPEM researchers;
  • Join live rooms for discussions;
  • Browse and interact in poster sessions;
  • Interact individually or in groups via chat or video calls;
  • Establish connections and exchange information with participants.All participants will access the platform through a link sent by email by the event’s organization. More information will be available soon.
Code of Conduct Policy

All X Proteomics Workshop attendees, sponsors and speakers must agree and follow, throughout the event, the code of good practice described below for conducting a productive, healthy and accessible event. – Our meeting offers a harassment-free conference experience for everyone. – Entrants must agree to be professional and polite, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, special needs, race, ethnicity or religion. – Any of the following actions on the platform for holding meetings during the online conference are strictly prohibited:

  • Record, copy or capture any conference material presented;
  • Sharing content with unregistered users;
  • The use of hostile or profane language;
  • Offer or request products or services in the event’s app.

  Violations of this code of conduct must be reported directly to or to any employee or member of the organizing committee. Sanctions can range from a verbal warning to expulsion from the meeting or notification of the competent authorities. Your cooperation will help ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone.


Local Committee

Adriana Franco Paes Leme Bianca Alves Pauletti Cristiane Duarte Lucas Dias Murilo Oliveira

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