Grab a drink on us!
Join us virtually for our 2021 PEAKS Users’ Meeting Happy Hour! Whether you will be joining us late afternoon, in the evening or early morning, we are excited for you to share a drink of your choice, on us, while we gather to hear the latest in the PEAKS community.
When: Thursday, October 28
Where: Virtual! (Using Zoom)
This year, we are pleased to present special guests, Dr. Cristina C. Clement (Weill Cornell Medicine), Dr. Andy Y. Qi (NIH/NIA), and Prof. Dr. Anthony Purcell (Monash University), to share their latest research in proteomics. Check out our Program Schedule below for more information.
As a thank you to our PEAKS community, we will be providing each attendee a food and drink credit valued at $15 USD. With PEAKS users around the globe, we made sure this credit can be used anywhere worldwide! Details provided after registration.
|3:00pm EDT / 21:00 CEST|
PEAKS Online DIA: A Deep Learning-Based Platform for DIA Data Analysis with High Sensitivity
Baozhen (Paul) Shan, Ph.D., CEO & CSO, Bioinformatics Solutions Inc.
|3:30pm EDT / 21:30 CEST|
Development of Qualitative and Quantitative LC-MS/MS Platforms for Monitoring the Endosomal Processing of Protein Antigens and Discovery of Peptide (Neo)epitopes
Cristina C. Clement, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Research, Radiation/Oncology Department, Weill Cornell Medicine
|4:00pm EDT / 22:00 CEST|
A Comprehensive Proteogenomic Platform to Identify and Quantify MHC Class I-presented Immunopeptidome
Andy Y. Qi, Ph.D., Scientist, Center for Alzheimer’s Related Diseases, National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health
|4:30pm EDT / 22:30 CEST|
High-Throughput Proteomics: Overview of PEAKS Online
Dan Maloney, Application Scientist, Bioinformatics Solutions Inc.
|5:00pm EDT / 23:00 CEST|
Emerging Research: The Next Generation of PEAKS
Zia Rahman, Ph.D., VP of Productions, Bioinformatics Solutions Inc.
Kyle Hoffman, Ph.D., Senior Application Scientist, Bioinformatics Solutions Inc.
|5:30pm EDT / 23:30 CEST|
Exploring the Dark Immunopeptidome: Using De Novo Sequence-Assisted Searches to Understand Non-Canonical Antigen Sources in the Human Immunopeptidome
Anthony Purcell, Ph.D., Professor, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Monash University