SEB-GARNET SYMPOSIUM: FROM PROTEOME TO PHENOTYPE: ROLE OF POST-TRANSLATIONAL MODIFICATIONSSEB-GARNET SYMPOSIUM: FROM PROTEOME TO PHENOTYPE: ROLE OF POST-TRANSLATIONAL MODIFICATIONS

5th May 2017

The SEB and GARNet are delighted to be hosting a SEB Cell Section Satellite meeting entitled 'From Proteome to Phenotype: role of post-translational modifications'.

This will take place at the University of Edinburgh between December 11th-13th 2017.

We encourage you to mark this in your diaries and pass this information to anyone you know who might be interested in the meeting.

This meeting features two days of outstanding plenary talks that will present the role of Post-translational Modifications on Plant Growth and Development. In addition the Keynote talks will be provided by speakers outside of the plant community to offer context from their work in other experimental systems.

We greatly encourage attendance from early career researchers and feature 10 opportunities for talks from submitted abstracts as well as hosting three poster sessions. GARNet will be also providing a significant number of £200 travel grants.

The third day of the meeting is a separate hands-on workshop that will look at current techniques and tools used for proteomic analysis. This workshop will be led by Dr Alex Jones.

Please follow this link for the full program  and look out for annoucements regarding registration and travel grants over the coming months.

It is sure to be a fantastic meeting so I hope you are interested in attending.

Yours,
Steven Spoel, Cyril Zipfel and Geraint Parry