SCP2024

May 28 - 29, 2024   |   Boston, USA

Hands-on workshop on May 30, 2024

 

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The 7th Single Cell Proteomics Conference (SCP2024) will be held at Northeastern University in Boston, USA. It will be at Northeastern University in the John D. O’Bryant building, 1st floor (40 Leon Street).

We will also broadcast virtual components. Virtual attendance is free of charge but requires a registration.

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Register for SCP2024

Deadline: May 20, 2024
Reserve a hotel

Deadline: May 27, 2024



Enjoy recorded presentations from past SCP meetings.



Program



 

 


Tuesday May 28


The day will start with a primer and overview of current trends in single-cell mass spec proteomics. Then we will transition to talks and discussions. As usual for the meeting, we will have ample time for formal and informal discussions.

Breakfast and lunch will be provided on site.

Speaker Title ET GMT Your local time
Registration and breakfast 8:30 12:30
Opening remarks 9:00 13:00
Nikolai Slavov, Northeastern University & PTI Primer and trends of single-cell mass spec proteomics 9:10 13:10
Discussion 9:25 13:25
Tami Geiger, Weizmann Institute of Science Elucidation of tumor cellular interactions using high-throughput proteomics 9:35 13:35
Discussion 10:05 14:05
General discussion & Coffee Break 10:20 14:20
Juergen Cox, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry TBD 11:00 15:00
Discussion 11:25 15:20
Christoph Krisp, Bruker Daltonics GmbH & Co. KG Assessing cellular responses to treatment in single cell and low cell count spheroids using the cellenONE with proteoCHIP EVO 96 workflow on the timsTOF Ultra 11:35 15:30
Discussion 11:50 15:50
Lunch & Poster Session 1 12:00 16:00
Ryan Kelly, Brigham Young University Teaching an old dog new tricks: next-generation separations for single-cell proteomics 1:30 17:30
Discussion 2:00 18:00
Saad Khan & Megan Elcheikhali, Northeastern University Systemtic inference of post-transcriptional regulation 2:15 18:15
Discussion 2:45 18:45
Coffee Break & Poster session 3:00 19:00
Olga Vitek, Northeastern University TDB 4:00 20:00
Discussion 4:30 20:30
Jesper Olsen, University of Copenhagen High-throughput and scalable single-cell proteomics with narrow-window DIA 4:45 20:45
Discussion 5:15 21:15
Luke Khoury, Northeastern University Increasing the sensitivity of single-cell proteomics 5:30 21:30
Discussion 5:50 21:50
Dinner Eddie V's 6:30 22:30


 

 

Wednesday May 29


The day will start with a primer and overview of current trends in single-molecule proteomics. Then we will transition to talks and discussions. As usual for the meeting, we will have ample time for formal and informal discussions.

Breakfast and lunch will be provided on site.


Speaker Title ET GMT Your local time
Registration and breakfast 8:00 12:00
Jeff Nivala, University of Washington Primer and trends of single-molecule proteomics 8:30 12:30
Discussion 8:45 12:45
Peter Sorger, Harvard Medical School Beyond single cell resolution:� high-plex 3D profiling of tissues and tumors 9:00 13:00
Discussion 9:30 13:30
Panel (P. Sorger, J. Nivala, & N. Slavov) Panel Discussion: Major trends and opportunities 9:45 13:45
General discussion & Coffee Break 10:15 14:15
Jason Derks, Parallel Squared Technology Institute Single-nucleus proteomics identifies regulators of protein transport 10:45 14:45
Discussion 11:15 15:15
Chris Tape, University College London Single-cell Phenoscaping of Tumour Microenvironment Organoids 11:30 15:30
Discussion 11:50 15:50
Lunch & Poster Session 2 12:00 16:00
Ralitsa Radostinova, University of Dundee Mapping the oncogenic PI3K signaling code with single-cell resolution 1:30 17:30
Discussion 2:00 18:00
Scott Coyle, University of Wisconsin-Madison Broadcasting cell-signaling dynamics in space and time using a synthetic reaction-diffusion display system 2:15 18:15
Discussion 2:45 18:45
Coffee Break 3:00 19:00
Frank Albert, University of Minnesota Genetic variation in protein abundance and degradation 3:30 19:30
Discussion 3:50 19:50
Jeff Nivala, University of Washington Nanopore single-molecule protein sequencing and barcoding 4:00 20:00
Discussion 4:20 20:20
Poster Session 3 4:30 20:30
Yi-Chuan Wang, Stanford University Development of Single-cell ROS Regulome Profiles of CD8+ T cell 5:30 21:30
Discussion 5:40 21:40
Bowen Shen, University of Maryland, College park Capillary Electrophoresis Mass Spectrometry for Deep Single-Cell Proteomics in High Throughput 5:45 21:45
Discussion 5:55 21:55
Alexander Ivanov, Northeastern University Next stop is �Single-cell spatial glycomics� 6:00 22:00
Discussion 6:20 22:20
Prizes & Closing Remarks 6:30 22:30


Thursday May 30 | Workshop


A full day hand-on workshop at PTI will take participants from biological samples through sample preparation via nPOP to mass spectrometry data acquisition and analysis.

  • Participation is free with in-person conference registration but requires Workshop Registration. To facilitate interactions and hands-on experience, participation is limited.






 

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