Dear colleagues and friends,

We are pleased to announce the 15th European Summer School on Advance Proteomics that will be held in Brixen Italy. Proteomics technologies have become an integral part of modern life science research.  It is an essential component of the systems biology view for the cell alongside the genome, transcriptome and metabolome levels. Furthermore, proteins are, by far, the most ‘reactive’ part of the cell as they execute and control many if not most biological processes. The advent of high-performance proteomics now makes it possible to study protein expression and regulation on a systems wide scale. The technological improvements made over the past decade have allowed the development of tools to interrogate not only the primary protein sequence but also their post-translational modifications, secondary, tertiary and quaternary structure. Advances in mass spectrometry and protein chemistry now allow measurement of all proteins and many of their modifications of a cell in a quantitative manner with temporal resolution.
The course contains e
ducational talks, interactive tutorials & workshops covering technological basics, current best practises and future developments given by leading academic and industry experts.  The extracurricular activities and the social events in the gothic cellar vault at our venue have proven to be an excellent environment for student and speaker interactions. Our summer school is designed to provide graduate students and young postdoctoral scientists from academia and industry with deep insights into state-of-the-art proteomic technologies and applications in the life sciences

Yours faithfully, 
Britta Eggers, Bochum, Germany
Christina Ludwig, Freising, Germany
Katrin Marcus, Bochum, Germany
Caroline May, Bochum, Germany
Shabaz Mohammed, Oxford, UK
Jesper V. Olsen, Copenhagen, Denmark


  • Applications Opening
    1 Feb 2023
  • Youth Travel Fund Grants
    15 May 2023
  • Applications closing
    15 May 2023
  • Closing times: 23:59 (UTC+01:00)

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