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RCPA Introduction to Proteomics in Pathology

Date: Thursday, 02 November 2017

The RCPA Professor Alan BP Ng Education Centre
203-205 Albion Street, Surry Hills NSW


RCPA has organised this course in collaboration with the Human Proteome Organisation (HUPO) in order to support the education and professional development of laboratory professionals and scientific staff in the emerging field of proteomics and personalised medicine. This course is also designed to foster stronger collaboration between academic researchers and pathologists and to support translational research for new and emerging biomarkers and related technologies. This course is the first in a series to prepare laboratory professionals for the ‘omics’ revolution and the technological and scientific challenges medical laboratories will face.

Target Audience: Pathologists, scientists and researchers actively collaborating with clinical researchers in the fields of proteogenomics and personalised medicine.

Level: Basic-intermediate

Learning Objectives: By the end of this course you will be familiar with:

  • the basic principles of proteomics;
  • the role of proteomics in clinical diagnostics and personalised medicine;
  • the added benefits of proteogenomics in precision medicine
  • the importance and principles of data mining and analysis
  • emerging technologies and international initiatives in the field of ‘omics’
  • the challenges for, and the role of, pathology laboratories in supporting the development and implementation of ‘omics’ biomarkers

Registration: Please see registration form for fees. Registration Closes Friday 27 October 2017. This course is limited to 70 participants.

The course fee covers full registration to the program, lunch and coffee breaks and reception.

Slides will be made available to delegates after the course.

Organising Committee:
Mark Baker (HUPO)
Debra Graves (RCPA)
Rita Horvath (RCPA)
Ben Matthews (NSWHP)
Ed Nice (HUPO)
Peter Stewart (RCPA)

Enquiries: Rachel Johnson
Event Coordinator
(02) 8356 5852
Additional Information: Introduction-to-Proteomics-Program-Registration-Form-2017-FinalV3.pdf

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