It costs almost nothing, but one or two emails per year
Get involved into the molecular biology/biomedicine of the 21-st century.
Use a chance to create new lab or research group.
cross-omics integration - cross-talk between "people and molecules"
synthetic biology as a core for sharing data & opinions
PhD-students and post-docs. Experience at the leading international labs
travel grants, research grants, assembling new groups
promotion of genomics, proteomics and metabolomics. Plus - bioinformatics!
Russia is a part of the Chromosome Centric Human Proteome Project (Chr18)
HUPO Connect 2020
The first-ever international HUPO virtual experience: HUPO Connect 2020 will connect HUPO members and friends from Oct 19-22, 2020 for four days of sessions, including a live Opening Ceremony, mentoring session, PhD poster competition, ECR manuscript session, and industry seminars, as well as a special day focused on the Human Proteome Project.
Registration is now open: Early Bird Rate (Ends Sept. 28, 2020)
HUPO Member - $100; Non HUPO Member - $175.
You are welcome as a member of RPA/RHUPO to obtain a special rate for registration and have it as $100. Please contact us by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org to get and use the country-specific discount code. With your code you will be able to register for the conference at the 'HUPO member' rate of 100$. And, if you attend any of the three pre-congress webinars that are scheduled in July, August and September, during the registration for the webinars you will be offered an additional discount code for 25% off the congress registration bringing registration to 75$.
2021 Winter School (11-15 Jan 2021)
The EuBIC Winter School on computational mass spectrometry (MS) takes place every two years. Its aim is to bring together the users and developers of computational mass spectrometry tools, as well as academia and industry.
The winter school starts with an educational day dedicated to workshops and trainings in established computation MS tools and workflows. The following days, internationally renowned invited speakers give lectures and practical workshops covering the aspects of identification, quantification, result interpretation, and integration of MS data.
Russian Postgenome Association (RPA) was created in 2014 to increase national networking among organizations and among individuals to feature deeply interconnected “omics”-based disciplines.
Mission is encourage Russian molecular biologists, cell biologists, biochemists to the wider use of postgenomic tools in their research.
Russian Human Proteome Organization (RHUPO) was established in 2001. Currently, RHUPO is the National Society to host the international contacts for the life science, including the European Proteomic Association (EuPA) and other Omics--societies. RHUPO/RPA expands greatly and counts 200+ members.
RPA and RHUPO are official bodies of the Russian Association for the Advancement of Science.
President: Alexander ARCHAKOV
Vise-President: Andrey Lisitsa
HUPO/C-HPP: Elena PONOMARENKO
International Cooperation: Oxana TRIFONOVA (Coordinator, EuPA Initiatives Committee), Svetlana MURZINA (Diversity Representative, HUPO Council 2020-2022).
Young Scientists Club (EuPA): Katerina POVERENNAYA
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