The Joint 11th Asia Oceania Human Proteome Organization (AOHUPO) and 7th Asia Oceania Agricultural Proteomics Organization (AOAPO) Congress
We are pleased to announce that, the Joint 11th Asia Oceania Human Proteome Organization (AOHUPO) and 7th Asia Oceania Agricultural Proteomics Organization (AOAPO) Congress will be held in Singapore from 8th-10th of May 2023, in conjunction with the annual conference of Singapore Society for Mass Spectrometry (SSMS). This event is co-organized by SSMS and the Malaysian Proteomics Society (MAPS). The congress will be held at MAX Atria @ Singapore EXPO.
Established in 2001, AOHUPO aims to promote and coordinate the activities of the regional proteomics community. Currently it has active council members from seventeen AO member countries, and it has organized biennial conferences since 2002. However, the 10th AOHUPO congress that was scheduled to be held in Busan, Korea in 2020 was postponed to 2021 with a hybrid format due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, AOAPO was established in 2010 to further the cooperation on agricultural proteomics in the AO region, and it covers diverse areas including the proteomics of crops, food, insects, microbes, and animals. SSMS was initially tasked to organize the 7th AOAPO conference in Singapore in 2020, but it was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In late 2021, MAPS was approached by SSMS to explore the possibility of co-hosting the 11th AOHUPO congress. After several rounds of discussion, it was decided to co-organize the joint AOHUPO-AOAPO congress in Singapore by both societies in May 2023.
We are planning for a 3-day face-to-face joint congress that will feature distinguished invited speakers in 5 plenary sessions and 27 concurrent sessions, covering broad topics of proteomics and mass spectrometry technologies and applications in health/biomedical research, agriculture/aquaculture, food and environmental sciences. Congress participants will have the opportunity to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations. In addition, we have also planned to hold a Young Scientist Forum (YSF) for young scientists as a preconference activity. Lastly, some of our corporate sponsors will be given the opportunity to conduct daily lunch time workshops and to present their products and solutions at exhibition booths.
It is a huge relief that COVID-19 is largely under control globally, and most countries have re-opened their borders. Thus, this joint congress will be a great opportunity for regional proteomics and mass spectrometry scientists to meet in Singapore to exchange ideas and to present their latest findings. In addition, it is also an opportune time for the research community to get reconnected, and to renew friendships after the long pandemic period.
We look forward to seeing you in the beautiful metropolitan Singapore in May 2023! WELCOME!
More information about the congress, please visit: https://www.aohupo-aoapo-2023.org/es
Qingsong LIN Teck Yew LOW
Title: Updates on Proteomics Research
Date : 19 January 2022 (Wednesday)
Time : 3 PM (Malaysia Time)
Title: The intracellular network of protein methylation: enzymes, motifs, crosstalk, regulation and function
Date : 27 August 2021 (Friday)
Time : 3 PM (MYT, UTC+8)
5 PM (Sydney, UTC+10)
Invited Speaker : Prof. Dr. Marc Wilkins (University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia)
Venue : Cisco Webex (Registration : https://bit.ly/37ddNwm) & FB live (www.facebook.com/INBIOSISUKM/)
Webinar Abstract : http://tiny.cc/abstractIMAPS2021
Evolving (targeted) phosphoproteomics; can we go towards single cells?
Date : 16 April 2021 (Friday)
Time : 3 PM (Kuala Lumpur, GMT +8)
Panelist : Prof. Dr. Maarten Altelaar (Utrecht University, Netherlands)
Venue : Zoom Registration: https://tinyurl.com/9yah5zjm
This webinar is free & open to all. Attendance form is provided at the end of session for e-certificate & UKM espel credit.
The 10th AOHUPO Congress is scheduled from 30th June (Wed) to 2nd July(Fri) in BEXCO, Busan Korea. It is now open for registration.
Early Registration D-45
Registration & Accommodation Starts: April 1(Thurs), 2021
Title: 10th Asia-Oceania Human Proteome Organization Congress
Date: June 30(Wed)-July 2(Fri), 2021
Venue: BEXCO, Busan Korea
Organized by: The Korean Human Proteome Organization
Regular early: 100,000 ($100)
Regular Late/On-site: 200,000 ($200)
Student Early: 50,000 ($50)
Student Late/On-site: 100,000 ($100)
Education Session: 50,000 ($50)
Early Registration: ~May 14, 2021
Abstract Submission: ~May 14, 2021
Late Registration: May 15-June 29, 2021
On-site Registration: June 30-July 2, 2021
We welcome everyone to join our upcoming online scientific webinar by Prof. Michelle Colgrave in conjunction with MAPS AGM on 15 September 2020 at 2 pm.
Please register for link to attend.
This year MAPS travel grant was awarded to Dr Jaime Jacqueline Jayapalan for her poster presentation at FAOBMBKL. Well done!
3rd & Final announcement the 6th Plant Genomics & Gene Editing Congress Asia co-located with Microbiome for Agriculture Congress Asia 2019
We are proud to announce that the Malaysia Agricultural Proteomics Society (MAPS) is the official supporting partner for this event and as a member you are entitled to get 25% OFF (valid till before event date) by applying the discount code SK/MAPS/25 when you register online. For Malaysian academic/university you are entitled to get special flat rate at USD300/-
Testimonial from the winner of MAPS travel Award 2018 Ms Rishiesvari Ravee (MSc candidate @ UKM) with MYR2,000 to attend the 7th National Plant Protein Research Conference & 2018 Meeting of Agricultural Proteomics in Jinan, China, November 2-5, 2018:
Date: 12 /11/2018
The 7th national plant protein research conference that I have attended provided fruitful topics on plant protein research with the latest application of omics technology. Since my research is about proteomic analysis of a secreted plant protein and this conference provided a great opportunity for practise constructive dialogue with researcher in the field.
This conference is an ideal platform to present my work because it is an international forum consists of speakers, researchers, technologist and industry representatives who are experts in plant protein. Besides, this forum represent unique forum for both scientific cooperation and cultural exchanges. It was organized by Botanical Society of China and University of Jinan. In addition, it covered various aspects of plant protein ranging from structure and function of proteins, agricultural proteomics, novel techniques for PTMs and new insights into multi-omics integration, plant development, photosynthesis, and circadian clock.
The abstract that I have submitted was accepted for poster presentation. The abstract “Time course analysis of protein compositional changes in pitcher fluid of Nepenthes ampullaria” was printed in the conference book. I was given an hour for my poster presentation on Monday 5th November 2018 meanwhile I had opportunity to attend other conference events such as plenary lectures and oral presentations on 3rd and 4th November.
Even though majority of the lectures and presentations were conducted in Mandarin, I managed to understand their research scope and findings based on the printed abstracts. Moreover, most of the presentation slides were in English and Mandarin which was helpful for me to get some new ideas regarding proteomics. It provided me a valuable learning experience. For instance, I have a remarkable opportunity to gather together, interact and exchange their findings and opinions during conference sessions, tea breaks, and conference dinner. Consequently, I have known a number of academics and professionals from different countries who have similar research interests such as multi-omics integration and functional proteomics.
Finally, I would like to thank Malaysian Agricultural Proteomics Society for giving me the opportunity to attend the conference via their travel grant which covered the main part of my expenses. This conference was very interesting and enriched my experience with more information, knowledge, and confidence.