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I am pleased to have been selected to present a talk at the 7th Joint BSPR/EBI Proteomics Meeting in Hinxton, Cambridge, UK, 13th-15th July 2010. The conference is entitled “Proteomics: From Qualitative to Quantitative” and will focus on advances in qualitative and quantitative insights into biological processes using proteomics. I will present recent work on the analysis of integrin adhesion complex dynamics.

I am very grateful to have been awarded an MJ Dunn Fellowship to enable me to attend this meeting.

I am pleased to have been selected to present a short talk at the upcoming ProteoMMX meeting in Chester, UK, 19th-21st April. My “elevated abstract” presentation will describe my current work in the lab of Professor Martin Humphries (University of Manchester, UK) on the quantitative proteomic analysis of integrin adhesion complexes.

The meeting is entitled “Strictly Quantitative” and will cover all aspects of quantitative proteomics. It promises to be an interesting meeting, and the programme of invited speakers looks really good!

BSCB Newsletter cover, 2009, Autumn

BSCB Newsletter cover, 2009, Autumn

My Meeting Report on the Keystone Symposia meeting entitled “Omics Meets Cell Biology” has been published in the Autumn 2009 issue of the BSCB Newsletter.

I attended the Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology: Omics Meets Cell Biology meeting from 25–30 January 2009 in the snowy heights of Breckenridge, Colorado, USA. The conference, the first Omics Meets Cell Biology Keystone Symposium, brought together leading experts in cell biology and “omics” technologies (genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, etc.) to discuss the ever-growing interface between the two disciplines.
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