Netherlands Proteomics Platform

 

 

The Netherlands Proteomics Platform (NPP) is a study and interest group aiming to stimulate the exchange of knowledge and information between proteomics research groups in the Netherlands. The NPP is a subsidiary organization of the Netherlands Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (NVBMB) and is a member of the European Proteomics Association (EuPA | represented there by Connie Jimenez). The NPP organizes annual meetings to exchange information via lectures, poster presentations and workshops. 

 


The next NPP meeting will be held on Tuesday 24 May 2022 in conference center ‘De Driehoek’ in Utrecht! Join us for an exciting program with contributions from proteomics labs all around the country. Also, there will be lots of opportunities to interact with friends and colleagues. The scientific program can be downloaded here

To register, send an email to maartje.klaassen@amsterdamumc.nl (please add ‘NPP spring meeting registration’ in the subject header). Attending this meeting is free of charge, but we request you to become a member of the Netherlands Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (NVBMB | the NPP parent organization) to support us. For details, please visit NVBMB membership

 


Current members of the NPP steering committee are:

c.jimenez@vumc.nl

p.j.hensbergen@lumc.nl

j.demmers@erasmusmc.nl

michiel.vermeulen@science.ru.nl

p.l.horvatovich@rug.nl

a.j.r.heck@uu.nl

 


Announcements

–> A message from the Young Proteomics Investigators Club@EU_YPIC: We join in celebrating International Day of – check out this amazing portrait! Would you like to add your picture? Submission is open again for 2 weeks http://eupa.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/We-are-Eupa_VF.jpg

 

–> Register now for the Proteomics Forum / EuPA congress 2022

 

–> Register now for the 14th European Summerschool “Advanced Proteomics”, July 31th – August 6th, 2022

 

–> Webinar organized by the YPIC: “OCTOPUS: The new primary research record”

–> We’re happy to announce that Prof. Albert Heck from Utrecht University has joined the NPP steering committee. The board is now complete and future proof!

 

 

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