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CaReSyAn Workshop 2: Proteomics/peptidomics analyses: principles, methodologies & application in CKD

Updated: Mar 7, 2019

February 28, Vaals, The Netherlands


CaReSyAn Workshop 2: Proteomics/peptidomics analyses:

principles, methodologies & application in CKD

Venue: Bloemendal, the Netherlands

Meeting room: Refectorium



Thursday 28 February 2019


12:00 Lunch + check-in


13:15 Welcome & Introduction

Prof. Joachim Jankowski, University Clinic Aachen (UKA), Aachen, Germany

Workshop Chairs: Sofía de la Puente Secades; Giulia Bagarolo


14:00 Proteomics/peptidomics technologies to study diseases

Prof. Antonia Vlahou, Biomedical Research Foundation, Academy of Athens (BRFAA),

Athens, Greece


14:30 Combining chromatography and mass spectrometry to reveal novel mediators of

calcification

Dr. Setareh Orth-Alampour, University Clinic Aachen (UKA), Aachen, Germany


15:00 MALDI imaging mass spectrometry

Prof. Joachim Jankowski, University Clinic Aachen (UKA), Aachen, Germany


15:30 Group picture + Coffee Break


16:00 Gender considerations in research and proteomics

Dr. Julie Klein, Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale (INSERM),

Toulouse, France


16:30 From proteomics analyses to diagnostic assays for disease

Prof. Harald Mischak, Mosaiques Diagnostics GmbH (MOS), Hannover, Germany


17:15 Klotho and FGF-23: the clue to survive CKD?

Prof. Alberto Ortiz, Instituto de Investigacion Sanitaria Fundacion Jimenez Diaz (IIS-FJD),

Madrid, Spain


18:00 Break (Collection feedback questionnaires ESRs)


18:45 Can we retard the progression of CKD - where do we stand today?

Prof. Goce Spasovski, University of Skopje, Macedonia


19:45 Networking & Dinner (Room: “Gartenzimmer”)

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