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Next-Generation Protein Analysis and Detection (3rd edition)

2-3 DECEMBER 2019, GHENT, BE
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City pavilion - Ghent (Architects: Robbrecht & Daem / Marie-José Van Hee)
City pavilion - Ghent (Architects: Robbrecht & Daem / Marie-José Van Hee)
Cathedral view from Belfort - Ghent
Cathedral view from Belfort - Ghent
VIB Boat trip - Ghent
VIB Boat trip - Ghent
Lievekaai - Ghent
Lievekaai - Ghent
Gravensteen - Ghent
Gravensteen - Ghent
Kraanlei - Ghent
Kraanlei - Ghent
St.-Michiels bridge - Ghent
St.-Michiels bridge - Ghent
St. Michiels bridge - Ghent
St. Michiels bridge - Ghent
Next-Generation Protein Analysis and Detection (3rd edition)

A VIB Tools & Technologies conference

After two successful editions (organized in June 2015 & October 2017) featuring each time ~300 attendees, we are pleased to announce the 3rd edition that will take place in December 2019.

The VIB conference ‘Next-Generation Protein Analysis and Detection’ will bring together top scientists from Academia and Companies with novel technologies in several sessions.

New as well as recurring topics will be discussed:

  • Analytical and Clinical Proteomics
  • Biosensing and Molecular Diagnostics
  • Recombinant Antibody Tools
  • Single Cell and Single Protein Analysis
  • Interactomics
  • Post Translational Modifications

Since 2013, our institute, VIB, has set up a series of "Tools and Technologies" meetings focused on fast-moving life sciences technology fields. Those meetings focus on the front end of innovation and bring together key innovators in selected life sciences research fields

In addition to great scientific and technology program, the conference will provide ample networking opportunities during the breaks and conference dinner.

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Format: A0 (841 x 1189 mm / 33.1 x 46.8 in), portrait orientation

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Program

Day 1 - Monday, 02 December, 2019

08:30
09:00
Registration & coffee
09:00
09:15
Welcome
09:15
12:20
Plenary session 1: Analytical and Clinical Proteomics
09:15
09:50
Spatial Organization of the Transcriptome and Proteome
09:50
10:15
Expanding Proteomics from the Single Molecule Level: Highly Sensitive, Massively Parallel Protein Sequencing
10:15
10:50
PRISM: Massively Parallel Protein Analysis In Situ by Hyperspectral Imaging
Academic speaker
10:50
11:20
Coffee break
11:20
11:45
Olink: A precision proteomics solution for targeted human protein biomarker discovery
11:45
12:20
Robust and sensitive proteomics workflow for clinical applications
12:20
12:50
Short talks selected from Abstracts - Part 1
12:20
12:35
A cDNA display mediated novel immuno-PCR method (cD-IPCR)

Chathuni Jayathilake

Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Saitama University, JP
Selected from abstracts
12:35
12:50
Continuous biomarker monitoring by particle mobility sensing with single-molecule resolution

Junhong Yan

Eindhoven University of Technology, NL
Selected from abstracts
12:50
13:45
Lunch
13:45
14:30
Poster session
14:30
16:35
Parallel session 1: Biosensing & Molecular Diagnostics
14:30
15:05
Fiber optic-SPR biosensor technology for simple and rapid diagnostic assays
15:05
15:30
A Novel IR Technology For Your Biotherapeutic Analytical Tool Box Microfluidic Modulation Spectroscopy
15:30
16:05
Antibody Microarrays and Nanoarrays for the Analysis of Proteins and Extracellular Vesicles
Academic speaker
16:05
16:30
Re-engineering the Sandwich Immunoassay for High-Content, High-Throughput Proteomics
Company speaker
16:30
16:35
Interrogating native proteins with the Cyclic IMS

Perry Derwig

Sales specialist high resolution products, Waters, NL
Sponsored talk
16:35
17:05
Coffee break
14:30
16:35
Parallel session 2: Recombinant Antibody Tools
14:30
15:05
High throughput phenotypic screening for functional antibodies using droplet-microfluidics

Christoph Merten

European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Genome Biology Unit, Heidelberg, DE
Academic speaker
15:05
15:30
Radiolabeled single-domain antibodies for targeted radiotherapy of HER2-positive cancer
Company speaker
15:30
16:05
Antibody discovery and engineering by deep learning
16:05
16:30
Targeted antibody discovery using Directed Phospho Antibody-clonotype (DPAC)
16:30
16:35
New Recombinant Antibody Tag Technology "The Fast and The Flexible"

Paul Royle

Technical Sales Specialist Custom Antibodies, Bio-Rad AbD Serotec GmbH, DE
Sponsored talk
16:35
17:05
Coffee break
17:05
18:15
Plenary Closing Session Day 1
17:05
17:40
Making proteomics add up – the challenge of adding hard numbers to proteomes
17:40
18:15
Tools for Molecular Diagnostics
18:15
19:00
Network reception

Included in your registration fee

19:00
22:00
Guided sightseeing tour + Conference dinner @Volta

Optional fee

Day 2 - Tuesday, 03 December, 2019

08:30
09:00
Welcome coffee
09:00
12:05
Plenary session 2: Single Cell & Single Protein Analysis
09:00
09:35
Protein Fingerprinting Using Single-Molecule Fluorescence
Academic speaker
09:35
10:00
Oxford Nanopore: Single-Molecule Protein Detection on Arrayed Nanopore Devices

Andrew Heron

Director of Advanced Research, Oxford Nanopore Technologies Ltd, UK
Company speaker
10:00
10:35
Revisiting the structure-function relationship with mass photometry
10:35
11:05
Coffee break
11:05
11:30
Managing Tumor heterogeneity: Single Cell ProteoGenomics from research to clinical impact
11:30
12:05
Novel strategies in single cell and single molecule screening
12:05
12:35
Short talks selected from Abstracts - Part 2
12:05
12:20
Nanopore single-molecule protein identification

Xiaohua Huang

University of California, San Diego, US
Selected from abstracts
12:20
12:35
Identification of RNF213 as intracellular ISG15 receptor with antimicrobial activity

Fabien Thery

VIB-UGent Center for Medical Biotechnology, BE
Selected from abstracts
12:35
13:20
Lunch
13:20
14:05
Poster session
14:05
16:10
Parallel session 3: Interactomics
14:05
14:40
Mapping the cell-surface proteome underlying hippocampal mossy fiber synapse identity
Academic speaker
14:40
15:05
Precision Mapping of Protein-Protein Interactions with Next Generation Sequencing Technology
15:05
15:40
The Power of Cross-linking/Mass Spectrometry for Structural Proteomics
Academic speaker
15:40
16:05
NPOT®, a cutting-edge functional interactomics solution for drug-target identification and elucidation of drug’s mode of action.
16:05
16:10
Let’s discover the alternative to ELISA and HPLC
16:10
16:40
Coffee break
14:05
16:10
Parallel session 4: Post Translational Modifications
14:05
14:40
Global views of degradation by proteasome profiling
14:40
15:05
Ultrasensitive protein detection using ZooMAb® high affinity reagents and SMC™ digital counting technologies
Company speaker
15:05
15:40
Histidine phosphorylation; a new dimension in the phosphoproteome
15:40
16:15
The in vivo ISGylome links ISG15 to metabolic pathways and autophagy upon Listeria infection
16:15
16:20
Quantification and Characterization of Bispecific Antibodies (and Ab Fragments?) on the LabChip® GX II Touch™ Microfluidics System

Jelle Caers

Application Specialist Microfluidics, PerkinElmer, BE
Sponsored talk
16:10
16:40
Coffee break
16:40
17:50
Plenary Closing Session Day 2
16:40
17:15
Bioluminescent immunoassays in solution: no washing, less waiting
17:15
17:50
The in silico Human Surfaceome & Technologies for the Elucidation of the Surfaceome Nanoscale Organization

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Abstracts

The full list of abstracts will be available on 25-11-2019 until 17-12-2019
This list will only be available for registered attendees of the event.

Attendees

The full list of attendees will be available on 25-11-2019 until 17-12-2019
This list will only be available for registered attendees of the event.

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