September 15 – 19, Adelaide , Australia 

HUPO (The Human Proteome Organization) presents and promotes proteomics through international collaborations, fostering the development of new technologies, techniques and training. A lot has happened since our first attendance at HUPO in 2017 and we are excited to be there, showcasing the next generation of technology for MS based omics.

Join us at booth #36 and learn more about out contribution to HUPO 2019 below.

Evosep Lunch seminar:

High-throughput proteomics with Evosep One

Meet Evosep for lunch and learn more about how customers are getting successful with our technology.


Increasing throughput with DIA and diaPASEF: from pre-clinical models to protein complexes,  

Dr. Ben Collins, Group Leader, Collins Lab, Queens University,

School of Biological Sciences, Belfast

Using Artificial Intelligence on Ultrafast LC-MSMS-DIA runs for Bacterial Identification in Urine

Dr. Florence Roux-Dalvai, ADlab – Proteomics and Bioinformatics, Université Laval Research Center, Québec, QC, Canada

When: Wednesday, Sep. 18th, 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm

Where: Room E3



Bruker Daltonics breakfast seminar:

Tools for high productivity proteomics: timsTOF Pro, Evosep One and MaxQuant

In this breakfast seminar the combination of Evosep One, a highly robust microflow LC system, with the timsTOF Pro will be presented by Dr. Nicolai Bache, Head of Applications at Evosep in his talk:

High productivity proteomics with the timsTOF Pro and Evosep One

When: Tuesday, Sep. 17th

Where: Bruker Daltonics Breakfast Seminar, Hall E1

Meet us at booth #36

Meet members of the Evosep team at our booth and learn more about our novel technology. Do not forget to pick up some of our new material showcasing some impressive customer data using Evosep One.

Where: Booth #36 – See floor plan here

Do you want a personal meeting?

We would love to meet you in person, sharing our progress and hearing more about you and your research challenges – so do not hesitate to book us for a personal meeting at HUPO 2019 – just remember that the meeting is not final until it has been personally confirmed.

Scientific Presence

Find an overview of all abstracts presented at HUPO 2019 here


(204) Complex-centric proteome profiling in one day with SEC-SWATH-MS and short gradient analysis 

Talk by Dr. Ben Collins, Group Leader, Collins Lab, Queens University, School of Biological Sciences, Belfast

When: Wednesday, Sep. 18th, 2:40 pm, Hall A


(206) High-throughput protein-protein interaction profiling for clinical applications

Dr. Claudia Martelli, Institute of Molecular Systems Biology, Department of Biology, ETH Zurich, Zurich

When: Wednesday, Sep. 18th, 3:10 pm, Hall A


(164) Rapid, sensitive and site-specific phosphoproteome profiling of EGFR signaling by data-independent acquisition

Talk by Prof. Jesper V. Olsen, Group Leader, Olsen Group, University of Copenhagen

When: Wednesday, Sep. 18th, 10:00 am, Hall A

Sunday – Monday poster sessions


(461) Scalable and Automated Plasma Workflow Based on the Thermo Scientific Q Exactive HF-X MS Platform

Authors: Jing Wang, Ryan Bomgarden, Sergei Snovida, Sarah Trusiak, Emily Chen


(490) High-throughput proteomic analysis of spatially distinct features of human brain tissue 

Authors: Simon Davis, Connor Scott, Benedikt Kessler, Olaf Ansorge, Roman Fischer

Tuesday – Wednesday poster sessions


(736) Addressing throughput and detectability in targeted analysis of serum proteins

Authors: Robert Moulder, Santosh D Bhosale, Riitta Lahesmaa


(918) High throughput plasma proteomics with PASEF and 4D feature alignment

Authors: Thomas Kosinski, Raphael Heilig, Nicolai Bache, Ole Bjeld Horning, Pierre-Olivier Schmit, Lucy Woods, Roman Fisher, Heiner Koch


(812) Fast and accurate bacterial identification in clinical samples by MS-DIA crude signal mining using Machine Learning: application to Urinary Tract Infections

Authors: Florence Roux-Dalvai, Mickaël Leclercq, Marion Narbeburu, Nicolai Bache, Tabiwang N. Arrey, Clarisse Gotti-Barban, David Bouyssié, Camille Illiano, Claire Dauly, Maurice Boissinot, Odile Schiltz, Michel G. Bergeron and Arnaud Droit


(874) Cys-DIA – Cysteine specific DIA increase the proteome coverage

Authors: Muhammad Tahir, Arkadiusz Nawrocki, Martin R. Larsen


(934) Short gradient time LC-MS for clinical application to analysis of multiple samples

Authors: Keiko Yamamoto, Yoshitoshi Hirao, Bo Xu, Amr El Guoshy, Shuichiro Shimada, Shigeru Miyazaki, Tadashi Yamamoto