Monday, July 9, 2018 to Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Norcroft Conference Centre, University of Bradford, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD7 1DP, United Kingdom

 

 

Programme for BSPR 2018

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Accepted speakers

Plenary speakers

Daniel Chan                                         Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, USA

Chuna Ram Choudhary                       University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Julia Chamot-Rooke                            Institut Pasteur, France

Angus Lamond                                     University of Dundee, UK

 

Keynote Speakers

Claire Eyers                                          University of Liverpool, UK

Paul Skipp                                             University of Southampton, UK

Kathryn Lilley                                        University of Cambridge, UK

Ben Collins                                            ETH, Zurich, Switzerland

Emøke Bendixen                                  University of Aarhus, Denmark

Stephen Gordon                                   UCD Conway Institute, Ireland

Henning Hermjakob                              EMBL-EBI, Cambridge, UK

Paul Cutler                                            UCB Pharma, UK

 

Data Research Workshop

The BSPR will be running a Data Research Workshop designed to introduce researchers to software and statistical methods to support proteomics data interpretation. The Workshop will be on Sunday 8th July from 14.00 to 18.00 in Forster Suite, The Midland Hotel, Bradford and run by Dr Ben Collins (ETH Zurich) and Dr Alistair Bailey (University of Southampton). The workshop is financed by BSPR as part of an initiative to provide training resources for its members. A nominal fee of £10 is required to cover refreshments.

 

Registration for BSPR 2018

 

Registration deadline – 6th July 2018

  • Student BSPR member £80
  • Student non-member £140
  • Non-Student (Other) BSPR member £180
  • Non-Student, Non-Member £240
  • Wine Reception at Cartwright Hall (optional) £10
  • Conference Dinner at Midland Hotel (optional) £40
  • Data Research Workshop (optional) £10

 

Please note for registration: You can only add one item to your basket at a time. Therefore, to add the Wine Reception and Conference Dinner to the shopping basket use the following instruction:

1.  Select the item, and click on add to basket.

2.  Complete the questionnaire and then click next.

3.  Click on Continue shopping, this will return you to the home page.

4.  Type in “BSPR” in the search field, click on the link that pops up and it will return you to the BSPR store. 

5.   You will now be able to add another item to your basket.

 

Evening events

Wine Reception at Cartwright Hall Art Gallery. Cartwright Hall Art Gallery is located in Lister Park, which was voted Britain’s Best Park in 2006. Cartwright Hall hosts an exhibition of art work and prints from local artists, including a gallery dedicated to Bradford-born, internationally renowned David Hockney. The charge of £10 covers transport to and from Cartwright Hall, back to the University, access to the Art Gallery, snacks and drinks.

                   

Conference Dinner at The Midland Hotel. The Midland Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in Bradford, with elegant ballrooms suitable for hosting our Conference Dinner. The charge of £40 will cover a 3 course meal and wine. This is a fantastic opportunity to network in an informal environment and to participate in the not-to-be-missed, world famous Professor Lilley trivial pursuit quiz. The Midland Hotel is also one of the main hotels for accommodation for the BSPR 2018 meeting offering a discounted price of £65, including B&B, single occupancy (see Accommodation).

 

Abstract Submission

Abstract submission deadline – 1st July 2018

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Accommodation

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Travel Grants, Bursaries and Fellowships

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Sponsors

The BSPR Annual Scientific meeting would not be a success without the dedicated support of our sponsors and exhibitors, who play an essential role in dissemination of state-of-the-art proteomics research.

 

BSPR 2018 poster