9th International Caparica Conference on Analytical Proteomics 2024

23rd to 27th June 2024 | Caparica | Portugal

Oral Speakers

Frank Kjeldsen, PhD

University of Southern Denmark (Denmark)

Advances in Negative Ion Mode Proteomics Through MS/MS-Free Approach for Broader Proteome Analysis

Alan Stewart, PhD

University of St Andrews (United Kingdom)

Identification of plasma proteins that bind zinc displaced by fatty acids from albumin

Claudia Blindauer, PhD

Department of Chemistry, University of Warwick (United Kingdom)

On the hunt for recipient proteins for plasma zinc displaced by fatty acids from albumin

Gabriela Lochmanova, PhD

CEITEC, Masaryk University (Czech Republic)

Sperm Cell Analysis: From Spermiogram to Proteomics

Shawn Gomez, PhD

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (USA)

New tools and data resources to illuminate the understudied kinome

Johan Kros, PhD

Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam (Netherlands)

Proteomic analysis of microglial response during progression of Alzheimers disease.

D. R. Mani, PhD

Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard (USA)

Computational Methods for Proteogenomic Data Analysis

Jakub Wlodarczyk, PhD

Nencki Institute (Poland)

Stress resilience is an active and multifactorial process manifested by structural, functional, and molecular changes in synapses

Scott Napper, PhD

University of Saskatchewan (Canada)

Kinome profiling of peripheral blood mononuclear cells collected prior to vaccination reveals biomarkers and potential mechanisms of vaccine unresponsiveness

Maria-Magdalena Georgescu, PhD

NeuroMarkers (USA)

Diagnostic genomic-transcriptomic-proteomic correlations in glioblastoma

Hajer Jasim, PhD

Karolinska Institutet, Eastman Institutet (Sweden)

Salivary biomarkers in masticatory muscle pain

Bogdan Budnik, PhD

Wyss Institute, Harvard University (USA)

An automated single cell proteomics workflow for studying single cell functions

Iulia Lazar, PhD

Virginia Tech (USA)

Cell Membrane-Secretome Interactions in Metastatic Cancer Progression

Lakshmi Pulakat, PhD

Tufts Medical Center/Tufts University (USA)

Proteomics of the cardiopulmonary pathology in an obese and diabetic female rat model – Evidence for a new female HFpEF rat model.

Thibault Mayor, PhD

University of British Columbia (Canada)

Shift of the insoluble content of the proteome upon aging

Danny Hatters, PhD

University of Melbourne (Australia)

Probing protein structure and function in cells with protein painting

Robert Mahley, PhD

Gladstone Institutes (USA)

Neuronal Apolipoprotein E Expression Results in Proteome-wide Alterations and Mitochondrial Dysfunction

Jerome “Makis” Zoidakis, PhD

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Greece)

Elucidation of molecular featuresassociated with progression of Monoclonal Gammopathies to Multiple Myeloma

Michael Moran, PhD

University of Toronto (Canada)

Proteome and Metabolome linkages shared in aggressive cancers and optic neuropathies

Anders Christensson, PhD

Dept Nephrology, Skåne University Hospital, Lund University (Sweden

The footprint of the human plasma proteome in relation to the glomerular filtration process in normal kidneys and in chronic kidney disease.

Justyna Karkowska-Kuleta, PhD

Jagiellonian University, Kraków (Poland)

The proteomic aspect of the interactions between Candida pathogenic fungi, extracellular vesicles, human host and accompanying bacteria

Veronique Francoise Calleja, PhD

Hawk Biosystems (Spain)

Beyond PD-L1: Unraveling the enigma of immunotherapy response in PD-L1 negative NSCLC patients through quantification of PD-1/PD-L1 engagement in the tumor microenvironment

Standa Langr, PhD

MMCI (Czech Republic)

Alba Trueba, PhD

University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain)

Applications of metaproteomics to water biotechnology

Chengguo Xing, PhD

University of Florida (USA)

Potential of kava in reducing lung cancer risk – mechanism-based biomarker discovery and analysis

Isaura Simoes, PhD

Old Dominion University (USA)

Elucidating how pathogenic spotted fever group Rickettsia modulate proteome signatures in host cells: new insights into rickettsial pathogenesis and cell-to-cell communication

Masood Kamali-Moghaddam, PhD

Uppsala University (Sweden)

Advancement in Molecular Tools for Biomarker Detection and Characterization

Francisco Calderón Celis, PhD

University of Oviedo (Spain)

Tandem Elemental and Molecular Mass Spectrometry for Absolute Quantitative Proteomics

Zhi Jane Chen, PhD

University of Gdansk (Poland)

Quantification of plasma protein changes associated with the development of colorectal cancer

Julian Whitelegge, PhD

UCLA (USA)

Membrane proteins of the mouse brain proteolipidome

Ansgar Poetsch, PhD

Nanchang University (China)

Integration of phosphor-comics, proteome reveals the key molecular regulation mechanism underlying nitrogen stress adaption in Nannochloropsis oceanica

Lars Plate, PhD

Vanderbilt University (USA)

Probing the Spatial-Temporal Landscape of Proteostasis and Metabolons via Interactomics

Balwant Tuana, PhD

University of Ottawa (Canada)

The tail-anchored membrane protein SLMAP is essential for embryonic development and operates independently from Hippo signaling.

Nicolas Sergeant, PhD

Inserm UMRS1172 (France)

P97/VCP interactome defines the regulatory signaling pathways regulating Alzheimer’s disease pathophysiology

Hao Lyu, PhD

University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC) (China)

Epigenetic pattern recognition based on machine learning

Alan Wells, PhD

University of Pittsburgh (USA)

Applied proteomics: signal-activating peptides as novel therapeutics

Gabriela Chiosis, PhD

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (USA)

Unveiling Disease Mechanisms: Exploring Epichaperomics for Insights into Protein-Protein Interaction Dysfunctions

Chun Hei Li, PhD

Utrecht University (Netherlands)

Spatiotemporal proteomics reveals biosynthetic lysosomal membrane protein interactome in neurons

Jason Held, PhD

Washington University Medical School (USA)

An atlas of plasma extracellular vesicle proteins distinguishing cancer and doxorubicin sensitivity

Iain Scott, PhD

University of Pittsburgh (USA)

Dysregulated Protein Acetylation Promotes Cardiac Diastolic Dysfunction

Sanjeeva Srivastava, PhD

Professor, IIT Bombay Mumbai (India)  and Visiting Professor, UCSF California (USA)

BrainProt: Unraveling the Omics Landscape to Decode the Human Brain and Neurological Conditions

E. Richard Stanley, PhD

Albert Einstein College of Medicine (USA)

Understanding dendritic cell activation mechanisms through (phospho)proteomics

Geert van den Boogart, PhD

University of Groningen (Netherlands)

Understanding the basis of CSF-1 receptor–related leukoencephalopathy (CRL)

Ornelia Cominetti, PhD

Nestlé Research (Switzerland)

Proteomics reveals unique plasma signatures in constitutional thinness

John Marshall, PhD

Toronto Metropolitan University (Canada)

Ion extraction of hydrogen rearrangements and heavy isotopes reduced the type II error rate of plasma proteomics

Julie Gavard, PhD

INSERM (France)

The paracaspase MALT1 controls cholesterol homeostasis in glioblastoma stem-like cells through lysosome proteome shaping

Nathaniel Vacanti, PhD

Cornell University (USA)

Insulin resistance and Alzheimer’s Disease: regulation of metabolism and the proteome

David Meierhofer, PhD

Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics (Germany)

A multi-omics approach was employed to investigate the subtypes of renal cell carcinoma

Maria Monti, PhD

Department of Chemical Sciences, University of Naples Federico II (Italy)

The investigation of the Spike interactome suggests other crucial roles in the pathophysiology of Sars-Cov-2, in addition to receptor recognition

Joanna Perła-Kajan, PhD

Poznań University of Life Sciences (Poland)

 FAIMS increases the number of identified N-Hcy sites in mouse brain and liver proteins

Simon Gregersen Echers, PhD

Aalborg University (Denmark)

The role of MS-based proteomics for production of protein hydrolysates with targeted functionality in foods

Hinrich Hansen, PhD

University of Cologne (Germany)

Stromal cells support the survival of human primary chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) cells through Lyn-driven extracellular vesicles

Egon Bech Hansen, PhD

Technical University of Denmark (Denmark)

Selectivity and specificity of cell envelope proteases (CEP) of lactic acid bacteria (LAB)

Ronghu Wu, PhD

Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)

Mass Spectrometry-Based Methods to Comprehensively Characterize Glycoproteins on the Cell Surface and Their Dynamics

Pietro Traldi, PhD

Istituto di Ricerca Pediatrica Città della Speranza (Italy)

Classical and Emerging Proteomic Strategies based on mass spectrometry

Sara Artigas Jerónimo, PhD

University of Castilla- La Mancha (Spain)

Deficient hypothalamic leptin signalling modifies the visceral white adipose tissue proteome signature

Elisa Robotti, PhD

University of Piemonte Orientale (Italy)

Chemometrics applications in proteomics and multi-omics in food analysis

Dori Woods, PhD

Northeastern University (USA)

Unveiling the Multifaceted Landscape of Mitochondrial Heterogeneity with a Comprehensive Proteomics Approach

Irina Savvina, PhD

Almazov National Medical Research Centre (Russia)

Metabolomic profile of patients with sepsis-associated encephalopathy

Mona Dvir-Ginzberg, PhD

Institute of BioMedical and Oral Research (Israel)

HU308 Mitigates Osteoarthritis by Stimulating Sox9-Related ‎Networks of ‎Carbohydrate Metabolism

Jean-Marc Rolain, PhD

IHU Méditerranée Infection (France)

Using genomic and proteomic to decipher colistin resistance in Gram negative bacteria : the paradigm of inactivation of the arn operon and loss of aminoarabinose on lipopolysaccharide as the cause of susceptibility to colistin in an atypical clinical isolate of Proteus vulgaris

Rabih Jabbour, PhD

US Army DEVCOM-CBC (USA)

Proteomics-based Approach For Chemical Threats Identification in Plasma Proteins: A Paradigm Shift

Dongbao Chen, PhD

University of California, Irvine (USA)

Sulfhydration of BKβ1 at Cysteine-53 Mediates H2S-stimulated Activation of Human Uterine Artery Smooth Muscle BKCa Channels

Luís Carvalho

NOVA University Lisbon (Portugal)

Icoquih Zapata-Peñasco, PhD

Mexican Petroleum Institute (Mexico)

Proteomics application in the oil industry: the case of marine pipeline biocorrosion