Important Dates

Opening of registration – 13th January 2017

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Call for Abstracts
– 11th January 2017

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Close of Abstracts (extended) – 3rd May 2017

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Notifications of Acceptance – 31st May 2017

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End of Early Registration
– Wed 14th June 2017

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End of Regular Registration
– Wed 16th August 2017

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HUPO History

HUPO was launched on February 9, 2001. On that date, a global advisory council was officially formed that included leading global experts in the field of proteomics from the academic, government, and commercial sectors.

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Become a Member

Membership in HUPO is based on the calendar year (January 1 to December 31.) If you join or renew mid-year, benefits begin with date of dues payment or approval to the end of the year.

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HUPO Objectives

Foster global collaboration
Connect proteomics researcher
Support proteomics projects
Aid funding and industry partners
Development standards

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Interesting Fact about Dublin

The Chester Beatty Library hosts a rich collection of international treasures dating back as far back as 2700BCand has won European Museum of the Year