Opening of registration – 13th January 2017
Call for Abstracts – 11th January 2017
Close of Abstracts – 5th April 2017
Notifications of Acceptance – 31st May 2017
End of Early Registration – Wed 14th June 2017
End of Regular Registration – Wed 16th August 2017
The British Society for Proteome Research (BSPR) and the European Proteomics Association (EuPA) is absolutely delighted to welcome you to the 16th Annual World Congress of the Human Proteome Organisation which will be held in Dublin on 17-20th September 2017.
We are looking forward to providing you with a superb environment in which to present, discuss and advance your proteomic research. The world class scientific programme will consolidate existing knowledge while at the same time increase your awareness of leading edge and forward looking advances in the field.
The congress is to be held in a state-of-the-art convention centre in the heart of Dublin a world renowned and historic city that’s vibrant, friendly and energetic. You’ll find top-class restaurants and pubs as well as fantastic shopping, sporting and leisure opportunities. Beyond Dublin you’ll able to explore an enchanting country and experience the Irish welcome from the people – rich in culture, music and dance as well as the written and spoken word. What better place to combine leading edge science with an unsurpassed personal experience. We look forward to seeing/welcoming you in 2017 for an experience of a lifetime.
Céad Míle Fáilte to HUPO 2017 (‘A hundred thousand welcomes’)
Prof Stephen R Pennington
Chair of the Local Organising Team
Professor of Proteomics
University College Dublin Conway Institute
Delegate Figures for Previous HUPO Congresses
Meet our team
HUPO2017 Organizing Committee is currently being finalized. Please visit again soon for updates.FIND OUT MORE
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