Program

Program and Abstract booklet

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Wed, Sep 6th

14:00-14:45 Registration and mounting of posters

14:45-15:00 Welcome

Session 1: Cancer metabolism

15:00-15:45 Key note lecture: Boudewijn MT Burgering, UMC Utrecht: Metabolic interplay in the stem cell niche of the small intestine

15:45-16:05 Short talk: Besnik Muqaku, Univ. Vienna: Multi-omics Analysis of Serum Samples Demonstrates Reprogramming of Organ Functions Via Systemic Calcium Mobilization and Platelet Activation in Metastatic Melanoma

16:05-16:25 Short talk: Tamara Tomin, Med. Univ. Graz: Adipose triglyceride lipase (ATGL) promotes oncogenic signalling resulting in more aggressive cancer phenotype in lung carcinoma cells

16:25-16:45 Short talk: Rupert Mayer, Univ. Vienna: Aging-related proteome alterations in B cells may predispose for chronic lymphocytic leukemia

16:45-17:05 Short talk: Katharina Leitner, Med. Univ. Graz: Glyceroneogenesis is utilized for biomembrane synthesis in glucose-deprived cancer cells

17:05-17:50 Key note lecture: Michael Wakelam, Babraham Institute, Cambridge: Lipidomic analysis identifying potential therapeutic targets

17:50-19:00 Posters & Drinks

19:00-21:00 Get together

 

Thu, Sep 7th

Session 2: Technologies & Methods

09:00-09:45 Key note lecture: Bernd Wollscheid, ETH Zürich: Decoding Ligand Receptor Interactions

09:45-10:05 Short talk: Matthias Schittmayer, Med. Univ. Graz: Resolution ladder for high resolution mass spectrometry

10:05-10:25 Short talk: Sarah Stryeck, Med. Univ. Graz: NMR spectroscopy enables simultaneous quantification of lactulose, sucrose and mannitol in urine for diagnosis of intestinal and gastric permeability

10:25-10:40 Short talk: Kristina Marx, Bruker, Bremen: Increasing arginine production in C. glutamicum by rational strain design using a combination of metabolomics and proteomics

10:40-11:10 Coffee break (& visit company exhibition)

Session 3: Data analysis & integration

11:10-11:55 Key note lecture: Juergen Cox, MPI- Biochemistry, Martinsried: The MaxQuant and Perseus Computational Platforms for Comprehensive Analysis of Large-scale (Prote)Omics Data

11:55-12:15 Short talk: Sebastian Dorl, Univ. Appl. Sciences Upper Austria: Comparing true and estimated false discovery rates in spectral library search

12:15-12:35 Short talk: Gerhard Dürnberger, IMP, IMBA & GMI, Vienna: A generic proteogenomics workflow

12:35-12:55 Short talk: Bettina Pucher, Graz Univ. Technol. & Omics Center Graz: Comparison and evaluation of integrative methods for the analysis of multiple omics datasets: A study based on simulated and experimental datasets

12:55-13:10 Short talk: Claire Dauly, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Courtaboeuf: Metabolomics in an identity crisis? Am I a feature or a compound?

13:10-14:00 Lunch

14:00-15:45 Practical Workshop 1 (parallel sessions)

Workshop 1A: Computational Proteomics (Introduction to the MaxQuant and Perseus software platforms) by Juergen Cox, MPI-Biochemistry, Martinsried

Workshop 1B: Computational Metabolomics – using COVAIN to analyse metabolomics data by Xiaoliang Sun and Wolfram Weckwerth, Univ. Vienna

Workshop 1C: Data Processing using Progenesis QI for Proteomics and automation with Symphony by Martin Wells, Nonlinear Dynamics, Waters

Workshop 1D: Protein Interaction Networks by Ulrich Stelzl, Univ. Graz & Omics Center Graz, and Joerg Menche, CeMM, Vienna

15:45-16:15 Coffee break(& visit company exhibition)

16:15-18:00 Practical Workshop 2 (parallel sessions)

Workshop 2A: Phosphoproteomics by Christian Preisinger, Universitätsklinikum Aachen

Workshop 2B: Lipidomics at the Edge of High Throughput by Harald Köfeler & Jürgen Hartler, Med. Univ. Graz, Graz Univ. Technol. & Omics Center Graz

Workshop 2C: NMR-based Metabolomics by Tobias Madl, Med. Univ. Graz & Omics Center Graz

Workshop 2D: Protein Interaction Networks by Ulrich Stelzl, Univ. Graz & Omics Center Graz, and Joerg Menche, CeMM, Vienna

18:00-19:00 General Assembly of the Austrian Proteomics Association

19:00-22:00 Conference Dinner (Music by Eddie Luis & Die GNADENLOSEN)

 

Fri, Sep 8th

Session 4: Post translational modifications

09:00-09:45 Key note lecture: Markus Ralser, Univ. Cambridge: The role of enzyme abundance in the global regulation of cellular metabolism

09:45-10:05 Short talk: Tamara Scheidt, University of Salzburg: Phosphoproteomic changes in human medulloblastoma cells upon activation and inhibition of the Hh pathway

10:05-10:25 Short talk: Faezeh Vahdati Hassani, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences: Proteomics and phosphoproteomics analysis in liver of rats exposed to bisphenol A

10:25-10:45 Short talk: Johannes Stadlmann, IMP, IMBA & GMI, Vienna: Comparative glycoproteomics of embryonic stem cells identifies new players in ricin toxicity

10:45-11:05 Short talk: Juliane Weißer, CeMM, Vienna: Identifying oxidation-specific post-translational modifications in diet-induced liver inflammation

11:05-11:35 Coffee break(& visit company exhibition)

Session 5: Protein small molecule interaction

11:35-12:20 Key note lecture: Daniel Nomura, UC Berkeley: Redefining Druggability using Chemoproteomic Platforms

12:20-12:40 Honorary Lecture: AuPA publication award 2017

12:40-13:30 Lunch

13:30-14:00 Presentation Awards Ceremony & Wrap up