PLENARY KEYNOTE SPEAKER
From Yeast to the Brain: Advances in Proteomics
John R. Yates, Ph.D., Ernest W. Hahn Professor, Chemical Physiology and Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology, The Scripps Research Institute
PepTalk welcomes you back to San Diego!
PepTalk: The Protein Science Week is one of the largest gatherings of protein science researchers in the United States, and when you bring together some of the most influential people in the field - big things happen!
PepTalk: The Protein Science Week January 19-23, 2015, offers an array of education, innovation and networking programs. Over 300 high-caliber speakers share case studies, unpublished data, breakthroughs and solutions that support and enhance your research. Ample networking opportunities allow you to connect with colleagues and peers from around the world and gain new perspectives on the evolution of biologics. Choose between 20 Conferences, 13 Short Courses, 3 Training Seminars, 80+ BuzZ Session Discussion Roundtables, and dedicated exhibit hall and poster viewing hours to create a custom agenda that fits your research and networking needs!
2015 Event Features:
- 1,200 Participants including Scientists, Regulators and Solution Providers
- 20 Conferences on Antibodies, Formulation, Expression, Analytics, Purification and more
- 13 Short Courses
- 325+ Presentations
- 80+ BuzZ Session Discussion Roundtables
- 100+ Exhibitors
- 125+ Posters
“It was a great program and as mostly with CHI I received a lot of inspiration for my current work. In addition there were ample opportunities to network with old friends and new contacts. I have to congratulate you and [your] colleagues to again set high standards for THE protein conference”
“PepTalk provides access to the cutting edge research in protein expression and analysis, and brings together a very large group of both academic and industrial scientists, who have a very broad prospective on all the key subjects in the field. It provides excellent opportunity for generating new ideas and networking with the leaders in the field”
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