2016 Buck Institute Course

2016 Buck Institute Course

Dear Skyline Users:

The Buck Institute and Skyline Team are pleased to co-announce the Buck Institute Targeted Proteomics Course on March 7th - 11th, 2016 in the north San Francisco Bay area, California. 

The course schedule will address different emerging quantitative proteomics strategies.  This will include the use of Skyline in the context of different quantitative targeted workflows, assay developments, generation of acquisition methods, processing of quantitative data sets, as well as implementation of statistical and R software packages and tools in Skyline.  Data examples will cover high trough put SRM assays, MS1 Filtering, but also focus on full scan, high mass accuracy PRM assays and data-independent acquisitions.  Data examples will range from analysis of posttranslational modifications, work with human plasma for biomarker analysis and projects involving protein-protein interactions. 

The instructor list includes researchers and software developers with a wealth of combined experience in targeted and quantitative proteomics, and both using and creating Skyline to meet the needs of this research approach.

Space is limited.  However, all applications submitted by the deadline of December 4 will be considered equally on the merits of the application.

We hope you will join us for this exciting week.

-- Birgit Schilling, Bradford Gibson, 
Workshop coordinators

-- Brendan MacLean, 
Skyline Project Lead 


When: March 7-11, 2016
Where: Buck Institute for Research on Aging is located 30 miles north of San Francisco, in Novato, California. (map) (photo
Cost: $300 academic, $900 industry
Apply by: Friday, December 4, 2015
Pay by: January 15, 2016
Participants: 30
Room & Board: Not included 

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