The Proteomics Methods Forum (PMF) was created to allow researchers in the UK, both academic and industrial, the opportunity to meet one another and to exchange information on any and all methods and techniques relevant to the practice of proteomics. The forum was initiated and is organised by proteomics researchers without affiliation to a particular vendor or group.


The PMF is aimed particularly at those who are actually working 'at the coal face' such as facility and laboratory managers, 'hands-on' PIs, post-docs, and technicians. Discussions concentrate on practical areas such as the details of experimental protocols, use of proteomics software, and hands-on tips for HPLC and mass spectrometry.

 

Registration is open here:

2017 subscriptions were due on 1st January. £15 annual subscription for full membership (by standing order).Those that have been paid by standing order will shortly be acknowledged and reminders will be sent to those who pay by cheque / cash. Enquiries should be sent to our membership secretary, Neil Kitteringham.

We are pleased to have Prof Rob Beynon from the University of Liverpool as our BSPR Lecturer. Rob’s main areas of research are in protein chemistry, proteomics, proteolysis and proteolytic enzymes, with emphasis on proteome quantification and understanding protein dynamics on a global, proteome-wide scale and of developing relevant methods in intact animals and complex systems.

2017 subscriptions were due on 1st January. £15 annual subscription for full membership (by standing order).Those that have been paid by standing order will shortly be acknowledged and reminders will be sent to those who pay by cheque / cashEnquiries should be sent to our membership secretary, Neil Kitteringham.

 

BSPR is proud to announce that will be hosting HUPO 2017 in Dublin: http://hupo2017.ie/".