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The British Society for Proteome Research Annual Scientific Meeting 2018

Published: Friday 22 June 2018
The British Society for Proteome Research Annual Scientific Meeting 2018

The University of Bradford is hosting the British Society of Proteomics Research Annual Scientific Meeting, with the theme of “One Health and Wellness” from 9-11 July in the Norcroft Conference Centre.

Proteomics is a rapidly developing field significantly, impacting on our understanding of how biological systems work, be they viruses, bacteria, plants or animals, and providing the next generation of clinical diagnostics and therapeutic target identification in all diseases.

The meeting is being organised by Dr Chris Sutton (School of Chemistry and Biosciences) and Professor Tim Palmer (School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences).

Although a national meeting, proteomics scientists from across the globe will be attending including a panel of prestigious invited speakers at the top of their field. The meeting includes an exhibition, sponsored by some of the biggest established names in biosciences and instrumentation as well as new start-up companies.

Hosting of the meeting is an indicator of the regard with which proteomics at the University of Bradford is held in the UK. The Proteomics Facility in Bradford is a core facility, with state-of-the-art mass spectrometry, supporting academics across a diverse range of research fields. This is also a fantastic opportunity for the University to demonstrate the best of Bradford hospitality and culture.

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