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3rd European Proteomics Association Congress, Stockholm, Swed
Event Date: 14.06.2009

The congress, themed Clinical Proteomics, will be hosted by the Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish and Danish Proteomics Societies. It will be aimed at challenging the scientific frontiers in modern clinical, preclinical and biological proteomics research.

More.... http://www.eupa2009.org/
Sweden and The Swedish Proteomics Society invites you to The 3rd EuPa Congress, held in Stockholm on June 14th - 17th 2009. The meeting is hosted by the Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish and Danish Proteomics Societies and is organized by the Swedish Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences.

The overall theme is Clinical Proteomics and the meeting will serve as a platform for scientific interactions, discussions and debates, challenging the scientific frontiers in modern clinical, preclinical and biological proteomics research.
Important Life Science developments and research trends like clinical proteomics, protein chip microarrays, pathophysiology-, and disease related protein expression studies will be presented. In addition, highlights from recent biomarkers discoveries, novel bioanalytical methodology and optimization using new LC/MS platforms will also be reported.

As a good scientific programme is a major key to a successful congress, we very much look forward to your contribution. Offers of posters are invited and we have dedicated special oral presentations to be given by students. Furthermore, a special thematic issue of the EuPA's Journal of Proteomics will be published by Elsevier in connection with the Congress.

Our ambition is to make the 3rd EuPa Congress a vibrant meeting with an excellent scientific programme, high quality papers and extensive opportunities for cross talks and interactions and we are doing our very best to make your stay in Stockholm an enjoyable and inspirational experience.


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