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Agenda

JANUARY 4, 2005
8:30 Allen Spiegel, Director NIDDK, Co-Chair, Building Blocks, Biological Pathways and Networks roadmap implementation committee
8:40 Francis Collins, Director, NHGRI, Co-Chair, Building Blocks, Biological Pathways and Networks roadmap implementation committee
SESSION 1
PROCESSING OF PROTEOMIC DATA GENERATED BY LC-MS/MS

Chair Ruedi Aebersold
8:50 Jef Boeke, Johns Hopkins University
Requirements for making proteomic data useful in biology
9:25 Ruedi Aebersold, ETH Honggerberg
State of the art and problems in proteomic standards using MS-MS
10:00 Ronald Beavis, Beavis Informatics Ltd.
Sequence database tools
10:45 Alexey Nesvizhskii, Institute for Systems Biology
Statistical validation of database search results
11:20 John Yates, The Scripps Research Institute
Shotgun proteomics and standard issues
11:55 Discussion 1
Discussants:
Katheryn Resing, University of Colorado
Alfred Yergey, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
Richard Simpson, Ludwig Institute
Patrick Pedrioli, Institute for Systems Biology
Jimmy Eng, Institute for Systems Biology
Michael MacCoss, University of Washington
John Cottrell, Matrix Science Ltd.
John Chakel, Agilent Technologies, Inc.
Marvin Vestal, ABI
David Fenyo, GE Healthcare
SESSION 2
ANALYSIS AND VALIDATION OF PROTEOMIC DATA GENERATED BY PLATFOMS OTHER THAN LC-MS/MS

Chair Ruedi Aebersold
1:30 Garry Nolan, Stanford University
Single Cell Proteomics: 25 Years of Standards in flow Cytometry
2:05 Gordon Anderson, Pacific Northwest Laboratories
Proteomic analysis using accurate mass tags
2:40 Christopher Hogue, University of Toronto
Protein-Protein Interaction
3:15 Michael Snyder, Yale University
Protein arrays
4:05 Philip Andrews, University of Michigan
2DE coupled to mass spectrometry
4:40 Discussion 2
Discussants:
Samir Hanash, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Gilbert Omenn, University of Michigan
Timothy Veenstra, National Cancer Institute
John Garavelli, EBI
Lance Liotta, National Cancer Institute
Jeffrey Smith, The Burnham Institute
SESSION 3
PROBLEMS FACED BY THE PROTEOMICS COMMUNITY IN PUBLICATION, DISSEMINATION, AND INTEGRATION OF PROTEOMIC DATA

Chair Rolf Apweiler
5:30 Catherine Ball, Stanford University
Presentation of MIAME: lessons from the microarray community
 
JANUARY 5, 2005
8:30 Rolf Apweiler, EBI
Protein databases
9:05 Steven Carr, The Broad Institute
Journal publication of proteomics data
9:40 Henning Hermjakob, EBI
Use of Standards in Proteomic Databases
10:30 Steve Bryant, The National Center for Biotechnology Information
NCBI Resources for Proteomics Data Integration
11:05 Discussion 3
Discussant:
Norman Paton, University of Manchester
Lewis Geer, NLM
Amos Bairoch, Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics
Catherine Fenselau, University of Maryland
Andrew Marshall, Nature Biotechnology
Katie Cottingham, Analytical Chemistry & Journal of Proteome Research
Valda Vinson, Science
12:05 Ruedi Aebersold and Rolf Apweiler
Concluding remarks
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