August 16 - 18, 2021 | Boston, USA


The fourth Single Cell Proteomics Conference (SCP2021) will be hybrid, including both an in-person meeting in Boston and a virtual meeting via Zoom.

  • The in-person meeting will be at Northeastern University in the John D. O’Bryant building, 1st floor (40 Leon Street). To cover the expenses for meals, it charges a registration fee. Attendance is limited to 150 participants.
  • The virtual meeting is free of charge but requires a registration and is limited to the first 1,500 attendees who sign up.



Location: The talks will be at the Cabral Center within the John D. O’Bryant African-American Institute and online via Zoom. The last column (Your local time) shows the time of each talk for your time zone.

Monday August 16: Workshop

Speaker Title ET GMT Your local time
Nikolai Slavov, Northeastern University Opening remarks 9:20 13:20
Joshua Cantlon, ScienionIntroduction to single-cell sample preparation using CellenONE 9:30 13:30
Andrew Leduc, Northeastern University Droplet sample preparation for single-cell proteomics 10:00 14:00
Christoph Wichmann, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry MaxQuant Live 11:00 15:00
Lunch Break 12:00 16:00
Vadim Demichev, Charité – Universitätsmedizin, Berlin High-throughput proteomics with DIA-NN 1:00 17:00
Chris Vanderaa & Laurent Gatto, de Duve Institute, UCLouvain Mass Spectrometry-Based Single-Cell Proteomics Data Analysis 2:00 18:00
Sponsors Sponsor Information Session at Sponsor Booths 3:00 19:00



Tuesday August 17

Speaker Title ET GMT Your local time
Nikolai Slavov, Northeastern University Opening remarks 9:00 13:00
Kathryn Lilley, University of Cambridge The Dynamic Spatial Organisation of the Cell 9:15 13:15
Jeroen Krijgsveld, Heidelberg University IceR improves proteome coverage and data completeness in global and single-cell proteomics 10:00 14:00
Break / Visit a Sponsor Booths 10:45 14:45
Nikolai Slavov, Northeastern University Strategies for driving single-cell proteomics forward 11:00 15:00
Peter Nemes, University of Maryland In Vivo Subcellular HRMS Enables Proteo-Metabolomic Systems Biology in Chordate Embryos 11:45 15:45
Lunch Break 12:30 16:00
Emma Lundberg, KTH Royal Institute of Technology Single cell proteome and transcriptome map of the human cell cycle 1:30 17:30
Amy Herr, UC Berkeley Measuring cellular to molecular heterogeneity with precision microfluidic tools 2:15 18:15
Peter Smibert, New York Genome Center Highly multimodal measurements of single cells 3:00 19:00
Break 3:45 19:45
John Yates, Scripps Research Institute Electrophysiology and Proteomics in Neurons from Brain Slices 4:00 20:00
Hattie Chung, Broad Institute Simultaneous single cell measurements of intranuclear proteins and gene expression 4:45 20:45
Nicholas Drachman, Brown UniversityAn ion source for single-molecule protein sequencing 5:30 21:30
Dinner Banquet at Legal Sea Foods 6:00 20:45



Wednesday August 18

Speaker Title ET GMT Your local time
Nikolai Slavov, Northeastern University Opening remarks 9:00 13:00
Juergen Cox, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry MaxDIA enables library-based & library-free analysis of DIA proteomics data 9:15 13:15
Erwin Schoof, Technical University of Denmark Characterizing Cellular Hierarchies in Malignant Hematopoiesis Using Quantitative Single-Cell Proteomics 10:00 14:00
Break 10:45 14:45
Matthias Mann, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry Ultra-high sensitivity mass spectrometry quantifies single-cell proteome changes upon perturbation 11:00 15:00
Gray Huffman, Northeastern University Prioritized single-cell proteomics 11:45 15:45
Lunch Break 12:30 16:00
Long Cai, Caltech Integrated spatial genomics reveals invariant features in the nucleus 1:30 17:30
Ryan Kelly, Brigham Young University Going deeper with label-free single-cell proteomics 2:15 18:15
Claudia Ctortecka, IMP Towards reproducible high-throughput single cell proteomics with improved data completeness 3:00 19:00
Dena Procaccini, NIH Building a Framework for Mapping the Human Body 3:20 19:20
Break 3:45 19:45
Chris Rose, Genentech Improving Single Cell Proteomic Depth through Advanced Data Acquisition 4:00 20:00
Benjamin Orsburn, Johns Hopkins Molecular PharmacologyBeyond the Orbitrap, optimizing SCoPE-MS on "alternative" LCMS platforms 4:45 20:45
Kendall Johnson, Northeastern University Capillary electrophoresis coupled to mass spectrometry for high sensitivity bottom-up proteomic analysis 5:10 21:10
Nikolai Slavov, Northeastern University Closing Remarks 5:30 21:30
Dinner Banquet at Eddie Vs 6:00 20:45





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