During the week of February 27 – March 3 2017, 36 participants and 14 instructors delivered the second Bay-area Targeted Proteomics Course at the picturesque Buck Institute for Research on Aging. Drawing from the area's deep biotechnology community, the course featured an almost even split between industry participants and those from academic institutions, with participants from several different countries (and continents).
With an impressive collection of top-flight instructors and an eager group of participants, it made for an intense, collaborative week of discovery and learning on a wide range of targeted proteomic methods and statistical approaches. Initial returns from the post-course survey indicate high marks for both the information delivered, as well as the quality of the instructors of the course.
We look forward to hosting future targeted proteomics courses here at the Buck Institute.