ComProt Workshop

Guest Speaker: Dirk Benndorf (Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, Magdeburg, Germany).

Organisers: Dr. Jags Pandhal (The University of Sheffield) and Professor Liz Wellington (The University of Warwick)

Where: The Diamond, The University of Sheffield, 32 Leavygreave Rd, Sheffield S3 7RD, UK 04/09/19-05/09/19

Metaproteomics- the gateway to microbial community structure-function analysis

Day 1: 4th September

Venue: Diamond Building, Work Room 2

11.30 Arrival and registration

12.30-13.30 Lunch

13.30 Introduction to the workshop (Liz Wellington and Jags Pandhal)

14.00 Plenary Dirk Benndorf (Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems) “Recent experimental and bioinformatic developments in metaproteomics

15:00 Introductions from Workshop participants

16.00 Coffee/Tea

From metagenomes to metaproteomes

16.30 Chris Quince: (Warwick Medical School, Warwick University) “Bioinformatics tools; MAPs to the star MAGs!

17.10 Seb Raguideau: (Warwick Medical School, Warwick University) “A million and one proteins- how to build the best database.

17.40 Richard Stark: (Bioinformatics RTP, Warwick University) “MaxQuant and quantitative easing

18.00 Summary (Jags Pandhal and Liz Wellington and Chris Quince)

20:00 Dinner

Day 2: 5th September

Venue: Diamond Building, Pam Liversage Building, D05 Design Studio

09:00 Coffee and networking

Applications of metaproteomics

09.30 Joseph Christie-Oleza: (University of the Balearic Islands) “Virmaids and salty tails from the oceans

10.10 Jags Pandhal and Caroline Evans: (Microbial Systems Engineering, University of Sheffield) “Substandard aqua and polluted aquatic systems

10.40 Chiara Borsetto: (School of Life Sciences, Warwick University) “The sul-tans of the Sowe

11.10 Coffee

11.40 Ian Lidbury: (School of Life Sciences, Warwick University) “To boldly go – Exploring the world beyond the cell wall – metaexoproteomics

12.10 Andrew Murphy and Liz Wellington: (School of Life Sciences, Warwick University) Discussion on methods for extraction: Exo and endo- Metaexoproteomics and metaproteomics

13.00 Lunch

14.00 Open Competition details

14:20 Highlighted discussion points

16.00 Tea and close

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