The course is focused on the methods of identification and quantitative analysis of proteins, which are mainly based on the utilization of low-flow liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry. After discussing methods of analysis and the labeling of proteins for their quantification, we will introduce you to the structure of proteomic data, methods of its preprocessing and the use of available tools supporting data processing. The course is designed for people who are just beginning their adventure in the field of biochemistry and bioinformatics, as well as for those who want to use their knowledge to explore the world of proteomic analysis at a higher level by learning secrets of the structure of data acquired experimentally, for biochemical or biomedical analysis. The training is a live workshop, with the possibility of mutual interaction between participants and the instructor,the opportunity to ask questions and check the progress of knowledge.
Date: : to be agreed with the client (2-days online workshop).
Time: 10 hours (5 hours each day with a coffee break).
Group: for a group larger than 3 persons.
Teacher: Łukasz Marczak, Ph.D.
Price: 335 EUR/USD (plus VAT if applicable).
Head of Mass Spectrometry Laboratory at the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences in Poznan. Author and co-author of over 100 scientific publications, during his 20-year career he has been PI and researcher in numerous projects in the field of mass spectrometry, proteomics and metabolomics. Organizer of many national and international scientific conferences. Experienced trainer and recognized expert in the field of analytics. Former secretary of the Polish Society of Mass Spectrometry and long-time president of the Polish Proteomics Society. He gained experience in Poland and abroad, including a fellowship at the University of Toulouse and an internship at the INRA Institute in Versailles, France. He has collaborated with the University of Life Sciences in Poznań, Poznań University of Technology, Institute of Plant Genetics, Institute of Oncology in Gliwice and University of Pittsburgh.