The 21st Annual Lorne Proteomics Symposium, organized by the Australasian Proteomics Society, was held February 4th – 7th 2016 in Lorne, Victoria and was attended by CNBP members of the Macquarie Node, Nicolle Packer, Christopher Ashwood and Abdulrahman Shathili.
The symposium featured the latest developments in proteomics technologies and tools for the interpretation of proteomics outputs, and their application toward answering fundamental questions in biology. Invited speakers included the most cited person in the field of proteomics, Matthias Mann, as well as internationally renowned glycomics expert, Anne Dell. CNBP Chief Investigator Nicolle Packer was also an invited speaker at the event and presented a talk titled “Alterations in Glycosylation in Ovarian Cancer.”
Students Christopher Ashwood and Shathili Abdulrahman both presented posters describing results from the past year, with Christopher Ashwood being awarded a poster prize for his research on characterisation of novel protein-glycosylation using rarely used analytical techniques in the field of glycomics.
Symposium information can be found online.