IBMC :: HUPO 3rd Human Proteome Project Workshop, Moscow 2009, March 20-21

HUPO 3rd Human Proteome Project Workshop
Moscow 2009, March 20-21
 
 


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Workshop Secretariat
Program
Workshop Agenda in Brief
Scientific and Technical Issues
Organization and Management
Potential Contributions
Logistics & Hotel Reservation
Patronage and Sponsorship



The HUPO Human Proteome Project Workshop will be held in the city of Moscow, Russia, during March 20th-21st, 2009.
The workshop will be organized by Dr. Alex Archakov.




"Human Proteome Project" (HPP) is a large integrative scientific initiative akin to recently finished Human Genome Project (HGP). The project is anticipated as a general paradigm to co-ordinate the propulsion of proteomic research at the international level.

Moscow HPP Workshop was invoked as an Initiative of Human Proteome Organization (HUPO). The aim of the Workshop is to discuss the controversial issues regarding HPP and to establish the springboard for the project pilot phase.

The Workshop will take place in the Institute of Biomedical Chemistry, Moscow, Russia. The concerned parties can participate in the workshop with no registration fee. The participation in electronic form is open in "Human Proteom Project" topic. The consolidated opinion of Workshop participants will be available as Workshop Memorandum.

Please contact Workshop Secretariat for registration, hotel reservation, visa support and questions.


Workshop Secretariat

Drs. John Bergeron and Alex Archakov co-chairs
Dr. Andrey Lisitsa, Elena Ponomarenko secretaries
Dr. Elena Beyer visa support, transfer and accommodation



PROGRAM OF THE HUPO 3RD PROTEOME PROJECT WORKSHOP
(Moscow 2009, March 20-21)

20 March (Friday)

Ministry of Education and Science f the Russian Federation
Moscow, Bryusov per., 11


11.0012.00
Registration
12.0013.00
Official Opening Ceremony
Andrey A. Fursenko, Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation
Alexander V. Hlunov, Deputy Minister of Education and Science
Anatolyi I. Grigoriev, Vice-President of Russian Academy of Science (RAS)
Mikhail I. Davydov, President of Russian Academy of Medical Sciences (RAMS)
Veronica I. Skvortsova, Deputy Minister of Healthcare and Social Development
Vladislav Ya. Panchenko, President of the RFBR
Samir Hanash, Inaugural Former President of Human Proteome Organization (HUPO)
John Bergeron, 2nd President of HUPO
13.0015.00
Afternoon Session 1
Chairpersons:Samir Hanash, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (USA)
Alexander Archakov, Institute of Biomedical Chemistry of RAMS (Russia)
13.0013.30
Alexander Archakov Institute of Biomedical Chemistry of RAMS (Russia)
HPP-Russia on Chromosome 18
13.3014.00
Patrik Kolar European Commission, Directorate-General for Research (Belgium)
European collaborative research in proteomics - Recent achievements and strategies contributing to the HPP
14.0014.30
John Bergeron McGill University (Canada)
A Human Proteome Project and the Protein Microscope
16.4517.10
Frederik Ponten Vice-Director of Human Proteome Resource (Sweden)
The Human Protein Atlas-biomarker Discovery using Antibody-based Proteomics
15.0015.30
Coffee Break
15.3017.00
Afternoon Session 2
Chairpersons:John Bergeron, McGill University (Canada)
Vadim Ivanov, Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of RAS (Russia)
15.3016.00
Samir Hanash Prof., Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (USA)
An international disease biomarker project
16.0016.30
Alexander Bell Prof., McGill University (Canada)
Test Samples for Proteomics
16.3017.00
Naoyuki Taniguchi Prof., Dept. Chairman, Osaka University (Japan)
Core fucosylation in N-glycans and its significance as biomarkers
17.0017.30
Pengyuan Yang Prof., Fudan University (China)
Semi-quantitation of Chinese human liver proteome
19.00
Dinner



21 March (Saturday)

Institute of Biomedical Chemistry
Moscow, Pogodinskaya str., 10


10.0012.00
Morning Session
Chairpersons:Young-Ki Paik, Director of Yonsei Proteome Research Center (Korea)
Viktor Bykov, President of NT-MDT Inc. (Russia)
10.0010.30
Young-Ki Paik Director of Yonsei Proteome Research Center (Korea)
HPP-Korea on Chromosome 13
10.3011.00
Ralph Bradshaw Mass Spectrometry Facility, UCSF (USA)
Progress in Proteomics: Today's Problems, Tomorrow's Solutions
11.0011.30
Pierre Legrain Director of Dept. in CEA - Atomic Energy Commission (France)
Protein Standards Absolute Quantification (PSAQ): toward a quantitative proteomics usable for a human proteome project
11.3012.00
Xiaohong Qian Beijing Proteome Research Center (China)
Human Liver Proteome Project
12.0012.30
Coffee Break
12.3013.30
Scientific and Technical Basics for Russian Part of HPP
(presentations from Institute of Biomedical Chemistry of RAMS)
Chairpersons:Alexander Makarov, Institute of Molecular Biology or RAS (Russia)
Patrik Kolar, European Commission (Belgium)
12.3012.45
Dr. E. Ponomarenko Data mining for 18-th chromosome (Chr-18) selection
12.4513.00
Dr. V. Zgoda MS identification of high- and medium abundant proteins of Chr-18
13.0013.15
Dr. S. Moshkovskii Plasma proteins of Chr-18
13.1513.30
Prof. A. Lisitsa SAPs in proteins of Chr-18
13.3015.00
Lunch & Excursion to Department of Proteomics
15.0016.00
Round-table Discussion (S. Hanash, Y. Paik, J. Bergeron, V. Ivanov, A. Archakov)
Scientific and Technical Issues
1. Aim of the Project. End-point and feasibility
2. Gene-centric approach and selection of chromosomes
3. Scale of HPP: How many proteins should be disclosed
4. Selection of biological material (Sergey Moshkovskii)
5. Technological approaches
6. Population proteomics

Organization and Management
1. HPP as HUPO Initiative. HPP working group of scientists
2. Interested and confirmed countries
3. Co-ordination with HUPO Initiatives and other existing efforts
4. "Parts list" for the Pilot Phase
5. How to engage non-proteomics community?
6. Governance structure, budget, data access and dissemination etc.
14.0014.30
Closing Ceremony
14.3015.30
Lunch



Workshop Agenda in Brief

1. The Start of a Human Proteome project (HPP)
2. Milestones for the Pilot Phase of HPP
3. Implementation, Milestones and Deliverables of the HPP in Full Details
4. Resource of the HPP



Scientific and Technical Issues

1. Aim of the Project. End-point and feasibility.
2. Gene-centric approach and selection of chromosomes
3. Scale of HPP: How many proteins should be disclosed
4. Selection of biological material
5. Technological approaches
6. Population proteomics (proteotyping)



Organization and Management

1. HPP as HUPO Initiative. HPP working group of scientists.
2. Interested and confirmed countries
3. Co-ordination with HUPO Initiatives and other existing efforts.
4. "Parts list" for the Pilot Phase
5. How to engage non-proteomics community?
6. Governance structure, budget, data access and dissemination etc.



Logistics & Hotel Reservation

Domodedovo
Sheremetyevo
Hotel "Arbat"
Welcome Dinner
Lunch
Map
Emergency Mobile



Patronage and Sponsorship

Ministry for Edication and Science of Russian Federation
Federal Agency for Science and Innovations
Russian Academy of Sciences
Russian Academy of Medical Sciences
Russian Fund for Fundamental Research