Symposium on Plasma Profiling


At the Symposium on Plasma Profiling, recent advances and applications for the analysis of proteins and metabolites in plasma and other body fluids will be presented. During the morning session, the different state-of-the-art capabilities of SciLifeLab facilities will be introduced. The afternoon session then provides examples of how these assays and different technologies have employed to advance research projects in plasma and across different disease areas.

The symposium is intended for researchers with interest in plasma (body fluid) analysis, including clinical scientists with sample collections, providers of biobanks, PhD students and postdocs, technology and reagent providers, representatives from SMEs and pharma.

Program

09:00 Welcome
Morning session with Facility presentations 
09:10 Facility 1: Plasma Profiling; Maja Neiman
09:30
Facility 2: PLA proteomics; Masood Kamali-Moghaddam
09:50
Facility 3: Clinical Biomarkers; Jenny Alfredsson
10:10 Facility 4: Autoimmunity Profiling; Ronald Sjöberg
10:30 Coffee break
10:50 Facility 5: Chemical proteomics; Massimiliano Geatani
11:10 Facility 6: Metabolomics; Jonas Gullberg
11:30
Facility 7: Proteogenomics; Janne Lehtiö
12:00
Lunch and meet the facilities
Afternoon session with user presentations
13:00 Ali Harandi (GU)
13:25
Kerstin Brismar (KI)
13:50 Torsten Gordh (UU)
14:15 Nils Landegren (KI)
14:40 Coffee break
15:00
Johan Björkesten (UU)
15:20
Susanna Lundström (KI)
15:40
Albin Björk (KI)
16:00
Mingle with Coffee and meet the facilities
16:30 End of Symposium

NEW Venue

Gladly, we have so many participants that we have changed the venue for the Symposium. The symposium on Plasma Profiling will be held in Jacob Berzelius lecture hall, Berzelius väg 3, Solna

List of Participants, Plasma Profiling Nov 1, 2017

updated 171030, 17:00

Registration

The registration has closed. If you want to cancel or attend the Symposium, please notify Erika Erkstam, erika.erkstam@scilifelab.uu.se.

Contact

Main organizer:

Jochen Schwenk, Facility director Plasma Profiling

Scientific committee:

Jochen Schwenk, Facility director Plasma Profiling
Peter Nilsson, Facility director Autoimmunity Profiling
Janne Lehtiö, Facility director Chemical Proteomics & Proteogenomics
Ulf Landegren, Facility director PLA Proteomics
Thomas Moritz, Facility director Swedish Metabolomics Centre (SMC)
Agneta Siegbahn, Facility director Clinical Biomarkers

Company sponsors

Olink

Bio-Techne

Bio-Rad

Merck

Thermo Fischer Scientific