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Scientific Program
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Confirmed Plenary Talks

Marco Aurelio Zezzi Arruda, PhD.

Universidade Estadual de Campinas. Brasil.

Subject: Analytical Proteomics: Towards to a Better Understanding of Metallomics-Based Systems.


Prof. Concha Gil
Dept. of Microbiology II, Faculty of Pharmacy, Complutense University, Madrid, Spain.

Subject: Candida Albicans-Host interaction: Insights From Proteomics


Prof. R. John Solaro

Distinguished University Professor and Head. Department of Physiology and Biophysics (M/C 901). Univ Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine. 835 South Wolcott Avenue. Chicago, IL 60612 USA

Subject: Workflow and Significance of Understanding the Cardiac Sarcomere Sub-Proteome.


Prof. Juan J. Calvete
Laboratorio de Proteinómica Estructural. Instituto de Biomedicina de Valencia, C.S.I.C. Jaime Roig 11, 46010 Valencia, Spain
Subject: Snake Venomics of African Snake Species.

Prof. Juan Pablo Albar
Centro Nacional de Biotecnologia. Spanish Institute for Proteomics, ProteoRed, Madrid, Spain
Subject: Multi-Laboratory Studies for Assessing Robustness and Reproducibility in LC-MS workflows.

Prof. Wei Ning Chen
School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, Nanyang Technological University 62, Nanyang Drive, Singapore 637459, Singapore.
Subject: Cell-based proteomics platform for biomedical applications


Prof. Ola Söderberg
Department  of Genetics and Pathology. Uppsala University. Sweden.
Subject: Proximity Ligation Assays-Seeing is believing.

Confirmed Advanced Researchers Talks


Garry Corthals, PhD

Proteomics Core Facility. BioCity. Turku. Finland.

Disecting tissues; molecularly.


Alfred Vertegaal, PhD.
Molecular Cell Biology. Leiden University Medical Center. PO Box 9600-Mailbox S1-P. 2300 RC Leiden. The Netherlands.
Subject: Small ubiquitin-like modifiers.


Bart Devreese, PhD.
Faculty of Sciences of the University of Ghent. Belgium.
Subject: SILAC-based proteomics revelas a pleiotropic of drug-resistance macrophages to the antibiotic ciprofloxacin.

Kay Ohlendieck, PhD.
Department of Biology, National University of Ireland , Maynooth, Co. Kildare. Ireland.
Subject: Subproteomic analysis of skeletal muscle


Jacek Kubiak, PhD.
CNRS/University Rennes1, UMR 6061, IGDR, Rennes, France.
Subject: CDK1 partners in Xenopus laevis oocytes upon M-phase and M-phase exit: proteomic screen and functional analysis of selected proteins.

David Sheehan, PhD.
Proteomics Research Group, Biochemistry Depart, Univer. College Cork, Cork, Ireland
Subject: Redox Proteomics in study of nanoparticle toxicology

Salvador Ventura, PhD.
Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain.
Subject: Towards a model of intracellular protein aggregation

Bernard Corfe, PhD.
Department of Oncology. University of Sheffield. United Kingdom.
Subject: Proteomic analysis of the intermediate filament cytoskeleton: from posttranslational modifications to spatial proteomics and systems biology.

Liam A. McDonnell, PhD.
Department of Parasitology. Leiden University Medical Center. The Netherlands.
Subject: Imaging Mass Spectrometry in Cancer Research.

Raquel González Fernandez, PhD.
Biochemistry Department. University of Cordoba. Spain.
Subject: What Does Make Proteomics in Recalcitrant Species Different?


Randen L. Patterson, PhD.
Biology Department. Pennsylvania State University. USA.
Subject: Translational Proteomics: From the Compute to the Benchtop and the Clinic


Pedro Baptista, PhD.
New University of Lisbon. Portugal.
Subject: Nanotechnology for Genome Analysis.


Nelson Soares, PhD.

INIBIC. La Coruña. Spain.
Subject: Proteomic and Functional Analyses Reveal a Unique Lifestyle for Acinetobacter Baumannii Biofilm and a Key Role for Histidine Metabolism.


Maria Mayan, PhD.

INIBIC. La Coruña. Spain.
Subject: Gene Expression and Proteomic Characterization to Study Multiprotein Complex Activity and Protein-Protein Interactions Implicated in Molecular Pathways Likely to be Affected in Arthrosis.


Susana Cristobal, PhD.

Dep. of Clinical and Experimental medicine. Linköping University. Sweden.
Subject: Integrated "omics" Approach to Detect Biological Effect of Exposure to Nanoparticles.


Virginie Brun. PhD.

Laboratoire d´Etude de la Dynamique des Proteomes. Grenoble. France.
Subject: Absolute Quantitative Proteomics: Strategies and applications.


Frances Xavier Aviles, PhD.

Departamento de Bioquímica. IBB. Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona.
Subject: MS-MALDI-Imaging on tissues for proteomics.


Jens Coorssen, PhD.

School of Biomedical and Health Sciences. University of Western Sydney. Australia.
Subject: to be defined.


Valentina Calamia, PhD.

Proteomics Unit. Osteoarticular and Aging Research Lab. INIBIC. A Coruña. Spain.
Subject: Pharmacoproteomics and Osteoarthritis.

Spiros D. Garbis, PhD.

Biomedical Research Foundation. Academy of Athens. Greece.
Subject: to be defined.


A. Umar, PhD.

Department of Medical Oncology. Erasmus University Medical Center. Rottherdam. The netherlands
Subject: biomarker discovery in breast cancer


Ansgar Poetsch, PhD.

Plant Biochemistry. Ruhr University Bochum. Germany.
Subject: A panoramic view on bacterial protein synthesis and degradation.


J. L. Gómez-Ariza, PhD.

Departamento de Química y Ciencias de los Materiales. Universidad de Huelva. Spain.
Subject: Metallomics in Environmental Issues.


Christopher M. Overall, PhD.

Centre for Blood Research. University of British Columbia. Canada.
Subject: Traveling to the Ends of the Proteome: N and C-Terminome Proteomics in the Human Proteome Project.


Gerhild Zauner, PhD.

Biomolecular Mass Spectrometry Unit. Leiden University Medical Center. The Netherlands.
Subject: Development of Methods for O-gycome Analysis.


Jesus Mateos, PhD.

Osteoarticular and Aging Research Lab. INIBIC. A Coruña. Spain.

Subject: Lamin A in Aging, Accelerated Aging and Tissue Regeneration.


Juan Manuel Falcón, PhD.

CIC-bioGune parque tecnológico de Bizkaia. Spain.

Subject: Proteomics of Circulating Exosomes-Like Vesicles from Normal Human Plasma.

David Sheehan, PhD.

Proteomics Research Group. University College Cork. Ireland.

Subject: Trapping the Redox proteome: Immobilisation Studies with Protein Thiols and Carbonyl

Carlos Gutierrez Merino, PhD.

Dto. Bioquímica y Biología Molecular y Genética. Universidad de Extremadura. Spain.

Subject: Cytochrome b5 Reductase as a Novel Molecula Marker of Brain Neurons That Are More Prone to Oxidative Stess-mediated Neurodegeneration.


Kin-Fu Chak, PhD.
Institute of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. National Yang Ming University. Taiwan.
Subject: Proteomic analysis of heat wound healing efficacy of a Chinese traditional kampo ointment, Shiunko and its two herbal components, Lithospermi radix and Angelica sinensis

Elena López Villar, PhD.

Hospital 12 de Octubre. Madrid. Spain.

Subject: Functional Phosphosproteomics Tools for Current Immunological Disorders Research

Suze Chora, PhD.

James Cook University. Australia.

Subject: New Biomarkers for the Abdomial Aorta Aneurism.

Ruddy Wattiez, PhD.
University of Mons. Belgium.

Subject: To be defined.

Gilberto Igrejas, PhD.
University of Tras-os-Montes e Alto Douro. Portugal

Subject: Proteomic characterization of high molecular weight glutenin subunit 1Ax1.1

Manuel Avilés Sanchez, PhD.
Departamento de Biología Celular e Histología. Facultad de Medicina. Universidad de Murcia. Spain.
Subject: Analysis of the Zona pellucida Protein Composition in the Mammalian Oocyte.

Francisco Javier Fernández Acero, PhD.
Laboratorio de microbiología.  Centro Andaluz de Investigaciones Vitivinicolas. Spain.
Subject: Microbial Proteomics. Proteomics of Plant Pathogens.

Antonio Martínez Ruiz, PhD.
Servicio de Inmunología. Hospital de la Princesa. Madrid. Spain.
Subject: Redox Proteomics Seen with Fluorescent Eyes: Derivatization of Oxidized Cysteine Residues and 2DE.

Sofia Pauleta, PhD.
Requimte. New University of Lisbon. Lisbon. Portugal.
Subject: to be defined.


Josep M. Estanyol Ullate, PhD.
Serveis Cientifico Técnics. Universitat de Barcelona. Spain.
Subject: Functional Proteomic Analysis of Nuclear Calmodulin.


Fabio C. Gozzo, PhD.
UNICAMP. Campinas. Brazil.
Subject: Analytical Challengues in Structural Proteomics.


Pedro M. Padilha, PhD.
Unesp. Botucatu. Brazil.
Subject: Analytical Approaches to the Metallomic Study of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus).

Lidiane R. V. Mataveli, PhD.
UNICAMP. Campinas. Brazil.
Subject: Comparative Metallomics Studies Involving Transgenic and non-Transgenic Soybeans.

Vladislav Khrustalev, PhD.
Belarussian State Medical University. Minsk. Belarus.
Subject: The Influence of Directional Mutational Pressure on Different Characteristics of Proteins from Proteomes of Simplex- and Varicelloviruses


Iñaki Alvarez, PhD.
Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona. Barcelona. Spain.
Subject: To be defined.


Christian Lindermayr, PhD.
German Research Center for Environmental Health. Munich. Germany.
Subject: Redox-Proteomix: Protein S-nitrosilation in Plants.

Roque Bru Martínez, PhD.
University of Alicante. Spain.
Subject: Proteomic Approaches to Discover Pathways to Accumulate Resveratrol in Grapevine Cells.

Maria de la Fuente, PhD.
Plant Genetic Resources Department. MBG-CSIC. Pontevedra. Spain.
Subject: Using Proteomics to Assess Genetic Diversity in Common Bean.

Marie-Pierre Bousquet-Dubouch, PhD.
Department of "Structural and Mass Spectrometry of Biomolecules". Paul Sabatier University. France.
Subject: Quantitation of Protein Complexes Using Quantitattive Proteomics.

Angela Bachi, PhD.
Biomolecular Mass Spectrometry Unit at Dibit. Italy.
Subject: to be defined.

Angel P. Diz, PhD.
Department of Biochemistry. Genetics and Immunology. Faculty of Biology. University of Vigo. Spain.
Subject: Proteomics in the Evolutionary Field: Littorina saxatilis, a Model of Incomplete Speciation Process.

Rossana Arroyo, PhD.
Departmento de Infectómica y Patogénesis Molecular. CINVESTAV-IPN. México D. F. Méxicp
Subject:  Proteomics to identify RNA-binding proteins involved in the iron post-transcriptional regulation in Trichomonas vaginalis

Martin Hajduch, PhD.
Slovak Academic of Science. Institute of Plant Genetics and Biotechnology. Nitra. Slovakia.
Subject: Proteomics Analysis of Plant Adaptation in Radio-Contamined Chernobyl Area.

Qing-Yu He, PhD.
Institute of Life and Health Engineering. Jinan University. Guangzhou. China.
Subject: Pharmaceutical Proteomics to Identify Drugs targets.

Chantagran Srisomsap Phiphobmongkol, PhD.
Chulabhorn Research Institute. Bangkok. Thailand.
Subject: Proteomic alteration of hepatocellular carcinoma in scaffold-based 3-D culture

Valerie Wasinger, PhD.
BioAnalytical Mass Spectrometry Facility. The University of NSW. Australia
Subject: To be defined.

Wujun Ma, PhD.
Department of Agriculture and Food. Goverment of Western Australia.  Australia.
Subject: To be defined.

Hui-Fen Wu, PhD.
Department of Chemistry. National Sun Yat-Sen University. Taiwan.
Subject: MALDI-MS for rapid and direct detection of kinetics of pathogenic bacterial infection from mouse blood

Suresh Kumar Kailsa, PhD.
TamKang University. Taiwan.
Subject: Functionalised QDs With Dopamine Dithiocarbamate as Matrix for the Quantification of Small Molecules and as Affinity Probes for the Rapid Identification of Microwave Tryptic Digest Proteins by MALDI-MS.

Moganty Rajeswari, PhD.
All India Institute of Medical Sciences. New Delhi. India.
Subject: Proteomics of the DNA-Triplet Repeteat Expansion(TRE) Associated Neurodegenerative Disorders.

Martin Von Bergen, PhD.
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research. Leipzig. Germany.
Subject: A Glimpse at Neglected Peptides-Improvements in Prediction and Detection of Small Peptides.

Jörg Kobarg, PhD.
Laboratorio Nacional de Biociências-LNBio. CNPEM. Campinas. Brasil.
Subject: Identification of Protein Interators of the Human Cell Cycle Regulating Nek Family Kinases and Functional Implications.

Feng Ge, PhD.
Institute of Hydrobiology. Chinese Academy of Sciences. Hubei. China.
Subject: Functional Proteomic Analysis of Tumor Reversion in Multiple Myeloma Cells.

Carlos Ramos, PhD.
Instituto de Quimica UNICAM. Brasil.
Subject: Protein-protein interaction in chaperone networks.

Ing-Feng Chang, PhD.
Institute of Plant Biology. National Taiwan University. Taipei. Taiwan.
Subject: Proteomics Analyses of Salt-Stressed Plants.

Yulan Wang, PhD.
Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics. The Chinese Academy of Sciences. Wuhan. China.
Subject: To be defined.

Pieter de Lange, PhD.
Department of Life Sciences. Second University of Naples. Naples. Italy.
Subject: Mammalian mitochondrial proteome and Function: Current Applications and Future Perspectives in ageing and Diabetes.

Carla Pinheiro, PhD.
ITQB. Oeiras. Portugal.
Subject: Maize Seed proteome: Combining 19th Century Biochemistry With 21st Century Tools.

Vittoria Matafora, PhD.
Biological Mass Spectrometry Unit. San Raffaele Scientific Institute. DIBIT. Milano. Italy.
Subject: iTRAQ quantitative proteomic coupled with databases collection clustering revealed grapevine induced systemic resistance activated by Trichoderma harzianum against grapevine downy mildew

Jatin Burniston, PhD.
Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Sciences. Liverpool John Moores University. United Kingdom.
Subject: Characteristics of Striated Muscle Proteomes Assocaited With High or Low Levels of Aerobic Fitness.

Shiping Tian, PhD.
Institute of Botany. Chinese Academy of Sciences. China.
Subject: To be defined.

Qing-Yu He, PhD.
College of Life Science and technology. Jinan University. China.
Subject: To be defined.

Rabih Jabbour, PhD.
Science Application International Corporation. USA.
Subject: Identification and Classification of Non-Genome Sequenced, non Database Bactria Using Mass Spectrometry-Based Proteomics Method (MSPM).

Roland Wolkowicz, PhD.
San Diego State University. Department of Biology. San Diego. USA.
Subject: Random Peptide Libraries for the Blockade of Signaling Cascades.

Joshua Heazlewood, PhD.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Berkely. USA.
Subject: To be defined.

Björn Meyer, PhD.
Institut für Pharmazeutische Chemie. Frankfurt. Germany.
Subject: To be defined.

Kazuaki Kakehi, PhD.
School of Pharmacy. Kinki University. Japan
Subject: Glycoproteomics for developmental biology and cell therapy.

Wang Xiaoping, PhD.
Shaanxi University of Chinese Medicine. China.
Subject: Correlation Between Clinicopathology and Expression of Heat Shock Protein 72 and Glycoprotein 96 in Human Hepatocellular Carcinomas.

Fernando Corrales, PhD.
Proteomics Laboratory. University of Navarra. Spain.
Subject: Understanding Cellular Pathways Orchestrating the Hepatoma Cell Response to Oncolytic Vectors.

Manuel Rodriguez, PhD.
CIC-BioGune Parque Tecnológico de Bizkaia. Spain.
Subject: Role of the Ubiquitin Proteasome System in Drug Resistance.

Alexander Archakov, PhD.
Russian Academy of Medical Sciences. Moscow. Russia.
Subject: Analytical Proteomics in Gene-Centric Human Proteome Project.

Masaru Miyagi, PhD.
Case Center for Protoemics and Bioinformatics. Case Western University. Cleveland. USA.
Subject: To be defined.

Rune Matthiessen, PhD

IPATIMUP-Institute of Molecular Pathology and Immunology of the University of Porto. Portugal.
Subject: The potential roles of O-GIcNAc in human diseases.

Eva Rodriguez-Suárez, PhD

Proteomics Core Facility - CIC BioGUNE. Bizkaia. Spain.
Subject: An Extra Dimension in Qualytative and quantitative proteomis

Mónica Carrera, PhD

Institute of Molecular Systems Biology. Proteomics Group. Zurich. Switzerland.
Subject: Paying the Phosphorylations. How TCR Affinity Determines T-Cell Activation.

Alberto Paradela, PhD.

Servicio de Proteómica-Centro Nacional de Biotecnología. CSIC. Madrid. Spain.
Subject: Proteomic Analysis of the Syncytiophoblastic Cell Membrane.

R. J. Beynon, PhD.

Proteomics group. Institute of Integrative Biology. University of Liverpool.
Subject: Raising the standards in proteomics: the transition to absolute quantification.

W. A. LaFramboise, PhD.

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Pittsburgh. USA.
Subject: Multiplex immunochemical assays define a serum biomarker signature for coronary astery disease.

Francesc Xavier Aviles, PhD.

IBB & Biochemistry, UAB, Barcelona. Spain.
Subject: Pended of confirmation

R. Erthal Santelli, PhD.

Subject: strategies for Extraction and Separation of Low Molecular Mass Proteins (metallothioneins) for environmental studies.

Jiri Adamec, PhD.

Department of Biochemsitry.University of Nebraska. Lincoln. NE. USA.
Subject: Cellular Dynamics and Dysfunction: Functional Protemics Approach.

Fateme Mirzajani, PhD.

Department of Phytochemistry. Medicinal Plants and Druges research Institute. Shahid Beheshti University. Tehran. Iran.
Subject: Protoemics Study of Silver Nanoparticle Influence on Soil Microflora.

Gabriela Vaz Meirelles, PhD.

Laboratorio Nacional de Biociencias. Campinas. Brasil.

Subject: hNeK6 Is a Most Globular Hub Kinase With an Unfloded Short N-terminal Domain that Interacts With Diverse Proteins at the Centrosome

Patricia Fernandez Puente, PhD.
Proteomics Unit. Osteoarticular and Aging research Lab. INIBIC. La Coruña.
Subject: Proteomic Approach for the Search of Biomarkers in Biological Fluids and Cartilage.

Cynthia F. Martin, M.Sc.
Leiden University Medical Center. Leiden. The Netherlands.
Subject: Serum Biomarker Discovery for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy by Combining ProteoMiner treatment and LC-CID/ETD tandem MS.

Brian McDonagh, Ph.D.
Dept. of Bicohemistry. University of Córdoba. Campus de Rabanales. Spain.
Subject: Mining the Thiol Proteome for Redoxin Protein Targets

Deborah Schechtman, Ph.D.
Departamento de Bioquímica, Instituto de Química, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Subject: Selective Interferencein PKCβI signaling combined with Phosphoproteomics reveals a new role for α-tubulin phosphorilation.

F. X. Aviles, Ph.D.
Institut de Biotecnologia i de Biomedicina & Dept. Bioquímica, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona. Spain.
Subject: MS.MALDI-Imaging on Tissues for Proteomics of Protease Inhibitors.

Daisuke Sugiyama, Ph.D.
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology Shuku, Tosu, Saga 841-0052, JAPAN.
Subject: Efficient Proteomic Analysis by Microfluidic Reactor Integrated with MS.

Anthony Whetton, PhD

School for Cancer and Enabling sciences at the University of Manchester. United Kingdom.

Subject: Pending of confirmation.


Yu Xue, PhD

Department of Systems Biology, College of Life Science and Technology, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, 430074, China

Subject: Computational Studies of Protein Phosphorylation: from site-specific prediction to systematic network analysis.

Confirmed shotgun presentations


Elena Silvestry, PhD.
Department of Life Sciences. Second University of Naples. Naples. Italy.
Subject: Effects of 3,5-Diiodo-L-Thyronine on High fat Diet-Induced Insulin-Resistance: Focus on Muscle Mitochondrial Phenotype.

Naureen Akhtar, MSc.
School of Biology. University of St. Andrews, Scotland. United Kingdom.
Subject: Thiol Cross-Linking Study of Residues in Nitrate Transporter Protein.

Irene Orera, PhD.
Instituto Aragonés de Ciencias de la Salud (I+CS). Zaragoza. Spain.
Subject: Determination of Sterols in Human Serum by HPLC-APCI-MS/MS.

Catarina Ferraz Franco, MsC.
Laboratorio Espectrometria de Massa. ITQB. Oeiras. Portugal.
Subject: The degradation pathways within the regenerating radial nerve cord of a sea star.

Gustavo de Sousa Pessoa, MsC.
Analytical Chemistry Department. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. Brasil.
Subject: Travelling wave ion mobillity spectrometry: the influence of pH conditions and reaction time in the affinity between divalent metals and carbonic anhydrase.

Marcelo Oseas, MsC.
Analytical Chemistry Department. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. Brasil.
Subject: Imaging of Selenium and Sulfur distribution in sunflower leaves by laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry.

Salina Abdul Rahman, MsC.
Centre of Excellence in Mass Spectrometry. University of York. United Kingdom.
Subject: Novel Mass Spectrometry Approach to Study of Protein Glycosylation: Application to cellular Model on Congenital Disorders of Glycosylation (CDG).

Isa C. Ribeiro, MsC.
Instituto de Tecnologia Química e Biológica. ITQB. UNL. Oeiras. Portugal
Subject: Genotype Influence on Checkpea Seed Protein Digestibillity and Allergenicity.

Jaime Ortega López, MsC.
Departamentos de Biotecnología y Bioingeniería. México DF, México
Subject: Identification and characterization of the iron up-regulated cysteine proteinase TvCP4 of Trichomonas vaginalis identified as a potential biomarker for trichomoniasis

Hamid Reza Goudarzi, MsC.
Razi Vaccine and Serum Research Institute, Karaj, IRAN
Subject: Purification of Bradykinin Potentiating Peptide from Iranian Medically Important Scorpion Venom (Mesobuthus eupeus), based on RP-HPLC

Sara Dominguez, MsC.
Department of Biochemistry, Genetics and Immunology, Faculty of Biology, University of Vigo. Spain.
Subject: Comparative proteomics: a new strategy to compare the molecular mechanisms underlying adaptive processes in two marine snail species living in sympatry with different reproductive strategies Littorina saxatilis and Melarhaphe neritoides

Jessie Melo, MsC.
Universidade do Algarve, IBB-CBME, Campus de Gambelas, 8005-139, Portugal.
Subject:  Proteomic analysis of Listeria monocytogenes response to low pH and salt

Eman Alzahrani, PhD.
Department of Chemistry, University of Hull, Hull, HU6 7RX, UK
Subject:  Application of synthetic silica-based monolithic materials in protein extraction.

Guadalupe Gomez-Baena, Ph.D.
Protein Function Group. University of Liverpool. United Kingdom.
Subject: Identification and quantification of novel cerebrospinal fluid markers of bacterial meningitis

Miguel Larguinho, M.Sc.
REQUIMTE & CIGMH & Bioscope. FCT-Caparica. FC-Ourense. Portugal & Spain.
Subject: Nanoparticle-Based Surface-Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionisation Time-of-Flight for Identification of Nucleotides

Wang Mingxuan, M.Sc.
School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering, Nanyang Technological University,  Singapore
Subject: Proteomic Profiling of cellular Responses to Carvedilol Enatiomers in Vascular Smootn Muscle Cells

Sheila Castellanos Martínez, M.Sc.
Molecular Pathobiology Group. Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas (CSIC). Spain
Subject: Characterization of the protein pattern differentially expressed in the haemolymph of Octopus vulgaris infected by Aggregata octopiana.

Alexandre Castro Ferreira, M.Sc.
Department of Chemistry. University of Aveiro. Portugal.
Subject: Synthesis and optimization of lectin functionalized nanoprobes for the selective recovery of glycoproteins from human body fluids.

Ana Margarida Sousa, M.Sc.

IBB – Institute for Biotechnology and Bioengineering. University of Minho. Portugal.

Subject: Relevance of porin OprE on adaptive resistance of Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms to benzalkonium chloride


Idalina Machado, Ph.D.

IBB – Institute for Biotechnology and Bioengineering. University of Minho. Portugal.

Subject: Proteomic Characterization of Benzalkonium Chloride- and Ciprofloxacin-adapted Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms.

Confirmed Posters


Francisco Torrens, PhD.
Universidad de Valencia. ICMOL. Spain.
Subject: Globular water-soluble protein binding to vesicles: asymmetry and cooperativity.

Dave Sandeep, M.Sc.
Institute of Microbial Technology. Chandigarh. India.
Subject: SMART therapeutic protein and novel posttranslational modifications.

Maria Arufe, M.Sc.
INIBIC-CH Universitario. A Coruña. 15006. A Coruña-SPAIN
Subject: Proteome Analysis from Mesenchymal Stem Cells of Human Umbilical Cord Stroma Towards Chondrocyte-Like Cell.

L. Punzova, M.Sc.
Laboratory of Biomedical Microbiology and Immunology. University of Veterinary and Pharmacy. Slovakia.
Subject: Neuroinvasive Borrelia garinii Employs Outers Surface protein A to Adhere BMEC: A Possible Promoter for Borrelial Translocation Across Blood Brain Barrier.

R. Navajas, Ph.D.
Servicio de Proteómica-Centro Nacional de Biotecnología. CSIC. Madrid. Spain.
Subject: Pending of confirmation.

A. Ramirez, B. Sc.
Dto. Bioquímica y Biologia Molecular y Celular. Universidad de Zaragoza. Spain.
Subject: Squalene targets in Microsome Fraction of Apoe KO Mice Livers

Vladislav Khrustalev, PhD.
Belarussian State Medical University. Minsk. Belarus.
Subject: Peptide NQ21 corresponding to the HIV1 gp120 epitope with the most unique dipeptide composition shows cross-reactivity with human sera of HIV1-infected persons.

Parviz Ghezellou, MSc.
Hormozgan University-Iran
Subject: Isolation and toxinological study of venom components in annulated sea snake, hydrophis cyanocinctus, from Persian Gulf.

Isabel Sospedra López, PhD.
Faculty of Pharmacy. University of valencia. Spain.
Subject: Sumultaneous quantification of Sthaphylococcal enterotoxins A and B by liquid chromatography mass spectrometry.

Paula M. Moraes, MSc.
UNESP-Instituto de Biociências. Universidade de Brasilia. Brasil.
Subject: Metalloproteomics Study of Mercury in Fish muscle samples of the Amazon Region - Brazil: Preliminary Results.

Renata Soares, PhD.
Laboratorio Espectrometria de Massa. ITQB. Oeiras. Portugal.
Subject: Differential Phosphoproteome of the regerating radial nerve cord of the sea star M. glacialis.

Carolina Fernández, PhD.
Proteomics Unit. Osteoarticular and Aging research Lab. INIBIC. La Coruña.
Subject: Reducing Human´s Serum Complexity

Janette Bobalova, PhD.
Institute of Analytical Chemistry of the ACSR. Brno. Czech Republic
Subject: Comparative evaluation of fast protein enzymatic digestion

Heloisa França Maltez, PhD.
Analytical Chemistry Department. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. Brasil.
Subject:  Optimization of separation conditions using two dimensional gel electrophoresis for evaluating the plasma proteome of hypertriglyceridemic mice.

Valeria Vertagnolo, PhD.
Signal Transduction Unit, Section of Human Anatomy, Department of Morphology and Embryology, University of Ferrara, Italy
Subject:  Nuclear Proteome Analysis Reveals a Role of Vav1 in Modulating RNA Processing During Maturation of Tumoral Promyelocytes.

Barbara Huettner, PhD.
Center for Medical Research, Medical University Graz, Austria
Subject:  Identification of disulfide-crosslinks in protein aggregates.

Carolina Bernal, PhD.
Laboratorio de Genómica y Proteómica. Fundación Instituto de Estudios Avanzados IDEA
Subject:  Comparative proteomics to identify unchanging proteins in Zea mays lines infected by Aspergillus flavus

Silvia Grassilli, PhD.
Section of Human Anatomy. Department of Morphology and Embryology. University of Ferrara. Italy.
Subject:  Nuclear proteome analysis reveals a role of Vavl in modulating RNA processing during maturation of tumoral promyelocytes

Sandra Cristina Capaldi Arruda, PhD.
Departamento de Genética. Laboratório de Genética Bioquímica de Plantas. Brazil
Subject:  Preliminary evaluation of soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merill) transgenic and non-transgenic seeds under enzymatic and proteomic points of view

Hajer Radhouani, MSc
Institute for Biotechnology and Bioengineering. UTAD. Vila Real,. Portugal.
Subject:  Comparative proteomic map among vanA-containing Enterococcus isolated from yellow-legged gulls.

Ewa Szypulska, PhD.
University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn. Poland.
Subject: Changes in the proteome of barley embryos germinating under salinity stress.

Herbert S. Barbosa, MSc.
Analytical Chemistry Department. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. Brasil.
Subject: Differential gel Electrophoresis (2D-DIGE) technique applied to the comparative proteomic study of transgenic and non-transgenic soybean seeds.

G. Vale, PhD.
Dto. de Quimica-REQUIMTE. Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Portugal.
Subject: An assessment of the ultrasonic probe-based enhancement of protein cleavage with immobilized trypsin.

Rita Batista, PhD.
Instituto Nacional de Saúde Dr. Ricardo Jorge. Departamento de Alimentação e Nutrição. Lisboa. Portugal.
Subject: Maize Allergens during seed development: transgenic versus non-transgenic

Francisco Amado, PhD.
Department of Chemistry. University of Aveiro. Portugal.
Subject: Biomarker value of urine glycoproteins exhibiting altered sialylation for the surveillance of urethelial carcinomas

Rui Vitorino, PhD.
Department of Chemistry. University of Aveiro. Portugal.
Subject: Can mucin glycosylation in saliva be a sign of oral malignant transformations?

María Dolores Crespo, PhD.
Departamento de Bioquímica, Genética e Inmunología. Facultad de Biología. Universidad de Vigo. Spain.
Subject: Effect of Dependence on Multiple Testing Correction and q-Value Estimation.

A. Martínez-Peñalver, MSc.
Lab. of Plant Ecophysiology. Facultade de Ciencias. Universidade de Vigo. Spain.
Subject:The Proteomic Profile of BOA-Treated Plants Reveals Slow-Down of Plant Metabolism.

E. Graña, MSc.
Lab. of Plant Ecophysiology. Facultade de Ciencias. Universidade de Vigo. Spain.
Subject: Allelochemical stress shows different proteomic patterns when applied together with salt stress to lettuce plants.

Renato M. P. Alves, MSc.
Department of Chemistry. University of Aveiro. Portugal.
Subject: Endothelial dysfunction and diabetic vascular complications

Ana Isabel Padrao, MSc.
Department of Chemistry. University of Aveiro. Portugal.
Subject: Mitochondrial proteolysis in type 1 diabetes is related to skeletal muscle dysfunction

Rita Ferreira, MSc.
Department of Chemistry. University of Aveiro. Portugal.
Subject: Cardiac mitochondrial dysfunction in streptozotocin-induced diabetes mellitus

Armando Caseiro, MSc
Department of Chemistry. University of Aveiro. Portugal.
Subject:  Salivary collagen fragments as possible biomarkers for diabetes type 1 oral health

Miguel Aroso, MSc
Centre for Cell Biology & Dept of Biology. University of Aveiro. Portugal.

Subject: Separation and analysis of protein complexes in zymogen granule membranes by 2D-BN/SDS-PAGE


José Valero, MSc
Biochemistry Department. University of Cordoba. Spain.
Subject: Proteomic Analysis of Holm Oak (quercus ilex subsp. ballota (Desf.) samp.) Pollen.







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