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The Annual Scientific Meeting
30 OCT - 1 NOV 2017
Moscow, Russia

Publish your research as short communication in the international journals:
Proteomes (Scopus/WoS) or Biomeditsinskaya Khimiya (Scopus)
Special Awards for best posters from the Proteomes Journal !

Hot Topics

Plenary Lecture «Can we predict protein from mRNA levels?» from leading biostatistician Dr. Nik Fortelny, affiliated with Research Center for Molecular Medicine (Austria) and «Overall Lab» (University of British Columbia, Canada). See preprint in Nature 547, E19–E20 (27 July 2017).
Plenary Lecture by Ancha Baranova, Prof., George Mason University (USA),
Research Centre of Medical Genetics (Russia)
“Post-genome technologies armed individuals with a large toolbox for pro-active monitoring of health and gave possibilities of its preclinical optimization. The future is in hands of citizen scientists, who would enable the Big Data.”

Mass-spectrometry in Clinical Application

Longitudinal Sampling in Biomarker Discovery
David Goodlett, Univ. of Maryland, USA
The Proteome Quest to Understand Biology and Disease
Fernando Corrales, Univ. of Navarra, Spain
Protein Expression Changes Caused by Microgravity in Space
Eugene Nikolaev, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russia

Genomics and Beyond

Proteogenomics of RNA-editing in Model Organisms
Sergey Moshkovskii, Dept. of Biochemistry, Russian State Medical University
Pharmacogenomics in the 21-st Century: Update and Perspectives
Matthias Schwab, Institute of Clinical Pharmacology, Germany
Breast Cancer Molecular Classification Based on Genome-Wide DNA Analysis by NGS
Vladimir Strelnikov, Research Center for Medical Genetics, Russia

Precision Medicine

Digital Healthcare Revolves the Postgenome Era.
Segal Eddie, Mobile TeleSystems PJSC (“MTS”), Russia
Engaging Research Communities with Clinicians: Towards Interpreting and Applying Proteome Information
Garry Corthals, Univ. of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Plasma Metabolome Analysis in Health and Disease
Petr Lokhov, Institute of Biomedical Chemistry, Russia

Infections and Resistance

NGS to Determine Susceptibility to Antibiotics
Thierry Naas, Hospital Bicetre, France
Mass-spectrometry Based SNP-typing of Microorganisms to Study the Epidemiology of Resistance to Chemotherapy
Eugene Shek, Smolensk State Medical University, Russia

Immunology of Noncommunicable Disease

How Tumor Escapes the Attention of the Immune System? Mechanisms and Therapeutically-Driven Cases
Serge Larin, Dmitry Rogachev National Research Center, Russia
IMMUNERT: New Approaches for Enzyme Replacement Therapy of Lysosomal Storage Diseases by Mass-Spectrometric Identification of Antibody Epitopes
Michaek Przybylski, Steinbeis Center for Biopolymer Analysis and Biomedical Mass-Spectrometry, Germany


 - Cell and Regenerative Technology by Cecilia Lindskog and Andrey Vasiliev
 - Food, Nutrition and Microbiome by Paola Roncada and Svetlana Murzina
 - Sport, Health and Doping by Andrey Shevchenko and Arthur Kopylov


  • Russian Human Proteome Organization (RHUPO)
  • European Proteomics Association (EuPA)
  • Young Proteomics Investigators Club (YPIC)
  • Institute of Biomedical Chemistry (IBMC)
  • I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University (Sechenov University)
  • Pirogov Russian NationalResearch Medical University (RNRMU)
  • Russian Science Foundation
30.10 - 1.11.2017, moscow, russia
I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University

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