A HUPO2011 Satellite Workshop hosted by the Swiss Institute for Bioinformatics @ The University of Geneva

The Seattle Proteome Center (SPC) at the Institute for Systems Biology and the Swiss Institute for Bioinformatics (SIB) are pleased to offer a five-day intensive course in proteomic informatics. This course will be held one week prior to HUPO 2011 (Aug 29-Sep 2) at the University of Geneva and will focus on the use of powerful open-source software tools for the analysis, validation, storage and interpretation of data obtained from large-scale quantitative proteomics experiments and methods, and quantitative tandem mass spectrometry. Through daily lectures and hands-on tutorials, course participants will become proficient in the use of these tools, including the highly regarded statistical validation tools PeptideProphet, ProteinProphet, and other components of the Trans-Proteomic Pipeline (TPP).

Time Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
9:00am Introduction Peptide Prophet Protein Prophet Xpress & ASAPRatio QuickMod
10:00am Sequence Database Searching
12:00pm Libra
12:30pm 1.5 hr. lunch 1.5 hr. lunch 1.5 hr. lunch
1:00pm 1 hr. lunch 1 hr. lunch
2:00pm Data Formats Peptide Prophet PIPE2 Peptide Atlas & SRMAtlas & targeted Open BIS
2:30pm Pep3D
3:00pm GUI Intro SpectraST
3:30pm tutorials InterProphet
5:00pm Installation & support QualScore TTP on Amazon ATAQS
6:00pm clinic clinic

August 29 to September 2, 2011

Presenters include (so far):
Luis Mendoza (ISB)
David Shteynberg (ISB)
Henry Lam (U Hong Kong)
Joe Slagel (ISB)
Mi-Youn Brusniak (ISB)
Dave Campbell (ISB)
Markus Muller (SIB)
Bernd Rinn (CISD)
Eric Deutsch
Andreas Quandt (IMSB)
Lars Malmstroem (IMSB)

The course will be delivered in a dedicated computer lab at the University of Geneva:

CMU building
room 2130, 2nd floor
1 rue Michel-Servet
CH-1211 GENEVE 4