You are invited to the Proteomics for Biomedical Research workshop, where a set of lectures will be provided by the notable specialists from around the Europe. The event is organized by the Interdisciplinary Research Institute Grenoble at CEA with the International Centre for Cancer Vaccine Science as a part of the CANVAS (Enhancing Cancer Vaccine Science for New Therapy Pathways) project.

The agenda of the event includes an opportunity to participate in a  number of lectures where among other topics, you will learn about proteomics, interpreting MS/MS spectra, sample preparation, analysis of signaling cascades and multiply modified histones as well as challenges and promise of AI for modern drug discovery.

The lectures will be given by international researchers, specialists from the Lab Biosciences and Bioengineering for Health CEA Grenoble, Institute of Pharmacology and Structural Biology from France, University of Milan, European Institute of Oncology from Italy, National Institute of Oncology – National Research Institute, Centre for Computational Personalised Medicine International Research Foundation (SANO) and  University of Gdańsk from Poland.

Detailed information is provided in the Agenda
Date of the event: 19-21 of March 2024
Venue: International Centre for Cancer Vaccine Science (ICCVS), University of Gdańsk, address: ul. Kładki 24, 80-822 Gdańsk, Poland
The lectures will be held in English.
The lectures are planned for all three days of the event and  are open to all interested researchers, students or enthusiasts. Please note that the registration is obligatory and due to limited number of places the participation is granted on “first come, first served” basis.

Please use the registration link, to join the Proteomics for Biomedical Research lectures.
The registration is closed on 15th of March 2024.
The registration for Experimental program at MS laboratory is held for CANVAS project participants and is not available for public.

Notice: during registration you will be asked to confirm consent to the GDPR provisions.
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The CANVAS project (grant agreement no 101079510) funded by the European Commission within the Horizon Europe programme aims to significantly increase the scientific potential and gain new research tools that will contribute to the progress of research on cell therapy of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer.

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