Proteomics Tutorials

March 9 - 12, 2004

Overview

These tutorials are designed to give a broad overview of current issues in the field of Proteomics, in particular those that relate to sequence, structure and function. We plan to present the issues under four broad categories (one on each of four days):

  • Technologies
  • Structural Biology
  • Databases
  • Quantitative Methods

There will be a keynote address as well as talks by distinguished representatives of academia and industry addressing the above topics.

Organizing Committee

Tim Ting Chen (University of Southern California, Program in Molecular and Computational Biology/CS/Math)
David Eisenberg (UCLA, Molecular Medicine & Chemistry)
Scott Fraser (California Institute of Technology, Biological Imaging Center)
Jing Huang (UCLA, Molecular and Medical Pharmacology)
Simon Tavaré (University of Southern California, Program in Molecular and Computational Biology /Math/Preventive )
David Wild (Keck Graduate Institute)