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Fall 2021 - Presentations

ASMS 2021

We are very proud to announce that one of our PhD students, Sahar Ibrahim, will be giving an in-person talk at the upcoming ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topic. Her presentation entitled “Precise quantitation of PTEN by immuno-MRM:  a tool to resolve the breast cancer biomarker controversy” is based on quantitative proteomics of a cancer related protein. Make sure to catch her remarkable presentation on Thursday, November 4th, 2021. 

We are thrilled to reveal that our Associate Director, Evgeniy Petrotchenko, will be presenting an in-person talk on Structural Proteomics entitled “Discovery of a novel ivacaftor drug-binding site on the CFTR  protein using photo-affinity labeling combined with mass spectrometry” at this year’s ASMS Conference. Be sure to catch it virtually or in person on Novembe 2021.

ASMS 2021

Molecular and Cellular Proteomics recently highlighted our paper "Proteomic Portraits Reveal Evolutionarily Conserved and Divergent Responses to Spinal Cord Injury" on their webpage! 

Click on the link for full access to this article. 

We have exciting news to share! Dr. René Zahedi and Dr. Christoph Borchers have both been recently announced as the new co-editors for Expert Review of Proteomics. Click on the link for access to the full announcement.

Make sure to check out Part 1 of Agilent's omics Webinar Series on Jan 25th. Our very own Dr. Borchers will be a guest speaker! Click on link below for more details. 

New funding announcement!

11 research teams from Québec's four institutions who received more than $4 million in major genomics funding were announced by Genome Québec in October. 

One of the selected teams is led by Dr. Christoph Borchers.

Read more of the other 11 research teams:

Dr. Christoph Borchers presented at the Agilent Technologies Breakfast Session at HUPO in Cancun. He spoke of new MRM approaches for faster, higher multiplex and sensitive protein quantitation from biological matrixes including blood and tissues.

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