Dear Skyline Users,
The Skyline Team and our invited instructors are pleased to announce a third offering of the wildly popular Skyline Online course coming this Febrary, 7 - 18, 2022. Even with 50 openings per session, last year's sessions filled up in the first week. Do not put off registering if you want to attend.
We will do our best to deliver again what the community has come to expect -- great instruction, engaging lectures, hands-on tutorials and plenty of student/teacher interaction and support.
Skyline Online will offer four sessions covering these proteomics and small molecule topics:
NOTE: if a session becomes full, please just complete this form and click the "Finalize Payment" button below and your submission to the waitlist will be complete. Please do not try to pay for the course. We will contact you if seats become available.
The session schedules will address a range of targeted techniques using SRM, PRM, DIA and MS1 filtering, and topics like system suitability, gas chromatography analysis and a whole section dedicated to advanced small molecule analysis and data processing. All sessions aim to help you learn to use Skyline software more effectively in your research. Sessions will consist of a mix of live lectures, taped content, self-paced tutorials and hands-on practicals, with instructors available for questions.
The course features two weeks of sessions; each session is two days: Monday-Tuesday or Thursday-Friday. The Monday-Tuesday sessions of both weeks are virtually identical and introduce novice participants to using Skyline in several essential mass spectrometry methods and refinement processes. The Thursday-Friday session of the first week (Feb 10-11) will highlight research featuring advanced methods and topics involving small molecules ('omics). The second week's advanced topics sessions (Feb 17-18) will be focused on advanced topics in proteomics.
IMPORTANT: Please plan on taking only ONE introductory session (session 1 OR session 3) as we'd like to keep seats open for as many participants as possible. There are no registration restrictions on the advanced topics sessions however, participants should have basic knowledge of Skyline OR attend an introductory session.
The instructor list includes researchers and software developers with a wealth of combined experience in targeted and quantitative proteomics, small molecule research and the use of Skyline.
We hope that you will clear your schedules for your sessions and join us!
Skyline Project Lead
When: Weeks of February 7th and 11th, 2022
Where: Online - Zoom link sent to registered participants
Cost: $175 per session
Apply by: First-come, first-registered, until full.
Pay by: time of registration
Participants: 50 per session