Two years ago, I attended my first conference for Nonlinear, ProteoMMX 3.0. ProteoMMX 4.0 is fast approaching (5th – 7th April, at The Queen Hotel, Chester, UK) and I’m excited to say I’m lucky enough to be attending again. While this will be my second time at ProteoMMX, and one of many conferences I’ve been to, this will be the first for my Guide Dog, Winston.
Chester is one of the best preserved medieval walled cities in the UK. (Photograph courtesy of Matty Ring.)
As with previous years, the conference will be preceded by the Quant 4.0 event. Quant 4.0 is a quantitative proteomics and data analysis training course, partly intended as a good introduction to the field for any newcomers, before attending the more detailed lectures at ProteoMMX. Agnès, one of my colleagues, will be attending this event (as well as ProteoMMX) and will be delivering a session on Progenesis QI for proteomics on the Tuesday morning.
Once again, ProteoMMX is offering great opportunities for early career researchers to deliver presentations, as several slots have been reserved for short presentations based on elevated abstracts. There will be plenty of talks from more experienced researchers too – you can check out the full programme on the ProteomMMX 4.0 website.
As well as having the opportunity to hear about current work in this field, I’d like to encourage you to come and speak with us – we’ll be on the Waters table when not in lectures, but I should be easy to spot as I’ll be the one with a golden retriever in tow. Book an appointment now to guarantee yourself a timeslot – we’d love to speak with you, whether you’re already a Progenesis user, or are interested in a demo. We hope to see you soon!