2nd Symposium on Plasma Profiling

At the 2ndSymposium 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 Proteomics and Metabolomics Platform will be introduced. The afternoon session then provides examples of how these assays and different technologies have been employed to advance research projects in plasma analysis 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.

Attendance is free (limit of 130 participants) but registration is required.


November 14, 2019


Humanistiska teatern, Thunbergsvägen 3C, Uppsala.
Entrance 3C, from the Parc.
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9:30 Registration with coffee
10:00 Welcome
10:10 PLA and Single Cell Proteomics, Maria Hammond
10:25 Plasma Profiling, Claudia Fredolini
10:40 Autoimmunity Profiling, Ronald Sjöberg
10:55 Mass Cytometry, Jörgen Adolfsson
11:10 Chemical Proteomics, Massimiliano Gaetani
11:25 Chemical Proteomics and Proteogenomics, AnnSofi Sandberg
11:40 Swedish Metabolomics Centre, Annika Johansson
12:00 Lunch
13:15 Stefan Enroth, UU: “The Plasma Proteome: Normal and pre-analytical variation”
13:40 Maréne Landström, UmU: “Oncogenic TGFbeta-signalling in prostate cancer”
14:05 Stefan Petkov, KI: “T cell phenotypes during HIV infection in relation to anti-retroviral treatment and viral replication”
14:30 Katarina Tengvall, KI: “Identification and validation of Anoctamin 2 as an autoimmune target in multiple sclerosis”
14:55 Coffee break
15:15 Olav Rooyackers, KI: “Metabolic derangements in the critically ill”
15:40 Christina Kalderén, KI: “Small-molecule inhibitor of OGG1 suppresses proinflammatory gene expression and inflammation”
16:05 Cheng Zhang, KTH: “The acute effect of naturally occurring metabolic cofactors supplementation”
16:30 End of the symposium, Mingle with the Facilities


The registration is closed. For late registrations or if you want to cancel your participation, please contact Maria Hammond, maria.hammond@igp.uu.se.


Main organizer:

  • Masood Kamali-Moghaddam, Facility Director PLA and Single Cell Proteomics

Scientific committee:

  • Masood Kamali-Moghaddam, Facility Director PLA and Single Cell Proteomics
  • Maria Hammond, Head of Facility PLA and Single Cell Proteomics
  • Jochen Schwenk, Facility Director Plasma Profiling
  • Peter Nilsson, Facility Director Autoimmunity Profiling
  • Maria Pernemalm, Head of Facility Chemical Proteomics and Proteogenomics
  • MassimilianoGaetani, Head of Facility Chemical Proteomics
  • Anders Nordström, Deputy Facility Director Swedish Metabolomics Centre
  • Jan-Ingvar Jönsson, Facility Director Mass Cytometry
  • Petter Brodin, Facility Director Mass Cytometry

Company sponsors:

Nordic Biosite


AH Diagnostics


Olink Proteomics