CNWY41160 Proteomic Data Analysis
About the course
Designed to learn how to use modern mass spectrometric protein analysis tools in biological and medical research
Credits ECTS 2.5
Dates June 12th & 13th 2023
Times Monday 12th June from 10:00 to 13:00.
Tuesday 13th June from 10:00 to 12:00 and 13.00 to 15.00
(2 hour practical workshop each morning)
Module co-ordinator Prof. Matthias Wilm
Registration Closing: 9 June 2023
Venue: Onsite [UCD Conway Seminar Room 1 G027]
Places available 24
The module is delivered over two days in-person at UCD Conway Institute Seminar Room 1 (G027).
Participation, autonomously solving proteomic data analysis requirements
What does it cover?
Use of sophisticated software to identify proteins from mass spectrometric data
Use of sophisticated software for the quantitative analysis of proteomic data
Use of sophisticated software for the statistical analysis of proteomic data
Use of sophisticated software for the analysis of targeted proteomic data
Choosing the correct mass spectrometric analysis regime to answer the scientific question behind their biological research
To plan and execute proteomic experiments
To learn about specific mass spectometry regimes used to answer specific biological questions