The OMICS-2021 virtual conference is being organized by Proteomics Society of India (PSI) in collaboration with CSIR-Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) & CCMB Science Foundation. The theme of the conference is “Omics in Redefining Biology”.
It aims to provide an excellent international forum to exchange knowledge as well as gain an insight into the current techniques and applications in the evolving field of omics. This will span areas of genomics, proteomics, transcriptomics, lipidomics and metabolomics.
BIG DATA, HEALTH AND COVID-19
Proteomic and metabolomic investigation of host responses in COVID-19 patients
Clinical and immunological outcomes of a RCT on convalescent plasma therapy in severe COVID-19: patho-physiological insights from plasma proteomic studies
Proteomic analysis of nuclear matrix: evolution of nuclear architecture and structural basis of cellular memory
Metabolism and its role in cellular proteostasis
Mapping Sphingolipid Pathways During Phagosomal Maturation
Ultra-high sensitive and computational workflows for single cell and deep visual proteomics
Proteomics in Clinical Practice: Bridging the gap from discovery to Application
Protein Glycosylation in Actinobacteria: How Sweet !
Identification of predictive marker(s) for an early diagnosis of a blinding disorder in premature children using a multiOMICS approach
Mycobacterium tuberculosis virulence and survival & the role of phosphorylation
Proteomic Approaches for Understanding Molecular Basis of Inflammation in Atherosclerosis
Mass spectrometry based proteomics and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy for diagnosis and prognosis of COVID-19 infection
Characterizing evolutionarily distinct and highly diverged proteins with conserved functions from the parasite Toxoplasma gondii.
Quantitative proteomics approaches leads to identify differentially expressed brain proteins involved in furious rabies virus infection
Powerful new proteomic workflows enabled by the SCIEX ZenoTOF system.
Proteomic analyses of human stem cells
MaxDIA enables library-based and library-free data-independent acquisition proteomics
Integrative Proteogenomics: Deconvoluting genetic determinants of protein abundance variation
Sample preparation for Single molecule protein sequencing technology - Fluorosequencing
Metaproteomics: Promoting Functional Analysis of Microbiome through online educational resources via the Galaxy Platform
Dissecting Proteogenomic Vulnerabilities in Cancers
Proteome Analysis using Combined Single Neuron Patch-Clamp / Mass Spectrometry Analysis (PatchC-MS)
Proteomic analysis of different varieties and species of rice under various stress conditions
Type 2C Protein phosphatases and their target proteins that regulate plant growth during drought stress
Trends in Life Science OMICS Research
Multiplexed Quantitative Proteomics for Mechanistic Study of Pharmacological Modulators of Circadian Time-keeping Machinery
A proteomics approach to unravel adipose tissue inflammatory responses in peripartum cows
The Application of Mass Spectrometry and Other Analytical Techniques for the Quality Assessment of Commercial AntivenomD
The Dynamics and Power of the Bovine Milk Components in Health and Disease
Structural analysis of post-translationally modified human hemoglobin: A native mass spectrometry based approach
Human CD4+ T cell memory subsets in infectious diseases: lessons from multi-omics analysis
Reaching the drop through the ocean: Proteomic study to capture dynamic interactions for understanding cancer pathogenesis and treatment
Panel Members: D. Balasubramanian, LVPEI, Surekha Zingde, PSI, Subhash C Lakhotia, BHU
Proteomics research began its journey in India with investigation of proteome profiling, complexity analysis, protein trafficking, and biochemical modelling. Since then, proteomics studies have expanded progressively, and are now being carried out in various universities and research institutes spread across the country. It is now timely to add proteomics in the academic curriculum. Trained and qualified human resources and transferring know-how in proteomics and mass spectrometry are increasing rapidly.
PSI commits to its responsibility to inspire the future proteomers, promote proteomic education to the young students, researchers, and college & university teachers. Thus, "Education Day", a knowledge initiative, is an integral part of the PSI Annual Meeting. It aims to comprehensively disseminate and teach basic and advanced proteomics and allied research tools.
Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Germany
The Scripps Research Institute La Jolla, California, USA
PhD students, postdoctoral fellows, research assistants, research associates, senior researchers and scientists are encouraged to submit their abstracts for lightning talks under the various topic categories. On the basis of their significant contribution to the conference, the talks will be judged, and the best ones will be awarded.
Guidelines for Abstract Submission
From Oct 20-23, 2021
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The conference will be held virtually given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The meeting details will be emailed to you upon registration.
This international conference will bring researchers from academia, healthcare and industry who work on proteomics, genomics, lipidomics and metabolomics. There will be a workshop for students, posters and talks by participants and plenary talks by invited expert speakers.
Early registration till Sept 30
For students: INR500
Late registration from Oct 1 to Oct 20
For students: INR750
For senior researchers: INR1000
For industry members: INR2500
For senior researchers: INR2000
For industry members: INR5000