Webinars and Seminars
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Consistency, consistency – Automated Sample Prep for Translational Proteomics
This webinar with Emily Chen shows the latest advances in improving sample preparation through automation and standardization for LC-MS workflows for translational clinical research proteomics.
Improving proteome coverage and peptide identification rates
in short LC gradients
using artificial intelligence on ultrafast LC-MSMS-DIA runs for bacterial identifications in urine
Webinar: Proteomics for Precision Medicine: New Workflows to Support Translational Research Instrument Time
Evosep One Enables Robust Deep Proteome Coverage Using Tandem Mass Tags while Significantly Reducing Instrument Time
High-throughput proteomics with evosep one
Webinar: Targeted assay development for quantifying protein half-life over a range of mouse tissues
A Standardized Plasma Proteome Profiling Workflow for Large Sample Cohorts
Increasing throughput: from pre-clinical models to protein complexes
How to get speed and depth in your host cell protein
Webinar on Fast HCP Screening with Evosep One and timsTOF Pro.
RAPID PROTEOME ANALYSES USING THE EVOSEP ONE BY PROF. OLSEN
Breakfast seminar at ASMS 2018 by Prof. Jesper Olsen from Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research in Copenhagen.
HUPO 2017 LUNCH SEMINAR ON CLINICAL PROTEOMICS, Part 1.
“Robust Front-End Solutions for Clinical Proteomics”, by Dr. Ole Vorm, Founder and Director, Evosep
HUPO 2017 LUNCH SEMINAR ON CLINICAL PROTEOMICS, part 2.
“Perspectives of clinical proteomics for precision medicine and the resulting demands on front-end separation for mass spectrometric analysis.”, by Professor Matthias Mann, MPI, Martinsried
Experts on clinical proteomics
HCP ANALYSIS AT ALPHALYSE REQUIRES ROBUST HIGH THROUGHPUT LCMS
The Evosep One is an optimized front-end to a mass spectrometer for large-cohort experiments.
MEDICAL DOCTOR DAN HOLMES TALKS ABOUT THE CURRENT STATE OF CLINICAL PROTEOMICS
Associate professor Dan Holmes is a medical doctor and Division Head, Clinical Chemistry, St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver.
AKHILESH PANDEY FROM JOHNS HOPKINS ABOUT CLINICAL PROTEOMICS
“Robust Front-End Solutions for Clinical Proteomics”, talk by Dr. Ole Vorm, Founder and Director, Evosep.
DR. THOMAS CONRADS ABOUT CLINICAL PROTEOMICS AND APOLLO
Dr. Conrads explains how clinical proteomics can improve cancer treatment with early detection, molecular diagnosis and increased precision.
Prof. Phil Robinson ABOUT CLINICAL PROTEOMICS
Professor Phil Robinson from ProCan in Sydney.