Preliminary Program

August 13
16:00-18:00 Registration
18:00-18:15 Opening ceremony Victoria Pando-Robles, President of Mexican Proteomics Society
Benjamin Garcia,University of Pennsylvania, USA
“Quantitative Proteomics for Understanding the Histone Code and other items attached”
19:30-22:00 Social event

August 14
Peptidomics and Metabolomics
Chair: Victoria Pando-Robles,
National Public Health Institute of Mexico
8:00-8:50 Marcos Eberlin, Universidad de de Campinas, Brasil
“Mass spectrometry fingerprinting of Life: from bacteria, fungus, and embryos to fish, caviar and biological fluids”
8:50-9:40 Juan Calvete ,Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)- Spain
"Snake venomics: from the inventory of toxins to biology"
9:40-10:30 Emer S Ferro, Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil
“Intracellular peptides as a novel concept in molecular biology of the cell”
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-11:30 Robert Winkler, CINVESTAV-Irapuato, Mexico
Mass spectrometry based -Omics: Strategies to make them faster, simpler and cheaper
11:30-12:00 Ricardo Sánchez, LCMS Application Scientist – Latin America, Agilent Technologies México
Accelerating biologics & biosimilars development & characterization
12:00-12:50 Gary Siuzdak, Scripps Center for Metabolomics and Mass Spectrometry, USA
Metabolomics as a Unique Biochemical Approach for Understanding Disease Pathogenesis
12:50 Lunch
Chair: Bronwyn Barkla, Biotechnology Institute, National Autonomous University of Mexico
15:00-15:30 Amanda L. Bulman, Senior Applications Scientist. Bruker Daltonics Inc
Modern MALDI techniques for molecular imaging, target characterization, and microorganism
15:30-15:45 Vladimir Besada, Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (CGIB), Cuba
Quantitative proteomics based on dual-fractionation polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis
15:45-16:00 Sandra Martinez Jarquin CINVESTAV, Irapuato, Mexico.
Analysis of biomolecules with LTP-MS from complex samples whitout sample pre-treatment
16:00-16:15 Maria Martha Pedraza Escalona, Biotechnology Institute, National Autonomous University of Mexico.
Proteomic Analysis of the Secondary Molecular Response Associated to the Scorpion Toxin Cn2 on Dorsal Root Ganglion
16:15-16:30 Elisa Peichoto, Instituto Nacional de Medicina Tropical (INMeT), Puerto Iguazú, Argentina.
Comparison of venom proteomes of South and North american opisthoglyphous snake species
16:30-17:00 Adriana Vega Belmont, Field application specialists supervisor Life Science Group.
Protein interactions dynamic characterization by ProteOn XPR36 interaction array system
17:00-19:00 POSTER SESSION and BEER

August 15
Chair: Arturo Guevara,
Biotechnology Institute, National Autonomous University of Mexico
8:00-8:50 Donald Hunt, University of Virginia, USA
“Applications of Front End Electron Transfer Dissociation (FETD) and IPT (Ion-Ion Proton Transfer)/FETD on Orbitrap Instruments: Innovative Technology For The Identification Of Post-Translational Modifications”.
8:50-9:40 Mathias Selbach, Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin, Germany "Proteome dynamics"
9:40-10:30 Andrej Shevchenko, Max Planck Institute, Dresden, Germany
“Homology Driven Proteomics in Organisms with Unknown Genomes”
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-11:30 Bronwyn Barkla,Biotechnology Institute, National Autonomous University of Mexico
Understanding salt tolerance in the Ice plant through proteomics approaches
11:30-11:45 Adriana Garibay Hernández, Biotechnology Institute, National Autonomous University of Mexico.
Proteomics and lipidomics approaches to understand lipid metabolism and accumulation in the oleaginos microalga, Neochloris oleoabundans
11:45-12:00 José A. Huerta Ocampo, Institute for Scientific and Technological Research of San Luis Potosi, Mexico
Proteomic and phosphoproteomics analysis of Amaranthus cruentes L. roots under abiotic stress
12:00-12:15 Gil Valdes Jeovanis, Center of Genomics Science. National Autonomous University of Mexico.
Quantitative proteomics comparison of Rhizobium etli free-living conditions and different times of symbiosis with Phaseolus vulgaris
12:30-12:45 Rosa Elena Cárdenas-Guerra, CINVESTAV, México
The pre-pro region from TVCP4 is an inhibitor of papain-like cysteine proteinases from Trichomonas vaginalis
12:45-13:15 Giorgis Isaac, Waters Corporation, Milford, MA, USA
Targeted and Untargeted Lipidomics Reveal Unique Lipid Profile in “Omega-3” Transgenic Mice
13:15-13:45 Luis Sanchez Linares, Field application specialists Accesolab.
Interactomics: Molecular interactions study in real time
13:45 Lunch

August 16
Human Proteomics
Chair: Angeles Cancino,
Biomedical Institute, National Autonomous University of Mexico
8:00-8:50 Catherine E. Costello, Boston University, USA
"Monitoring Protein Changes in Heart and Lung Diseases”
8:50-9:40 Al Burlingame, University of California, san Francisco, USA
Studies using electron transfer dissociation(ETD) MS have accelerated the assignment O-GlcNAc protein site occupancies and the discovery of their diverse roles in biological function
9:40-10:30 Laura Beretta, The University of Texas, USA
“Comparative Proteomics in Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Functional Insights and Translational Implications”
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-11:30 Cesar F. Batista. Biotechnology Institute, National Autonomous University of Mexico
Altering the proteome expression of cardiovascular cells by natural molecules, an approach to study related diseases
11:30-12:00 Cesar López-Camarillo, University of Mexico City.
Comparative proteomics profiling reveals that RhoGDI-2 is aberrantly expressed and required for caspases 3- and -9 activation in triple-negative breast cancer
12:00-12:15 Hongqian Yang, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden.
Shotgun brain proteomics reveals early molecular signature in presymptomatic mouse model of Alzheimer's disease
12:15-12:30 Juan M Guzmán Flores, University of Mexico City.
Differential proteomic analysis in pancreas of db/db mice reveals the complications of diabetes
12:30-12:45 Renato Oliveira, Centro de Pesquisas Aggeu Magalhaes, FIOCRUZ
A proteomic insight into the effects of the immunomodulatory hydroxynaphthoquinone lapachol on activated macrophages
12:45-13:15 Sergio Encarnación, Center of Genomics Science. National Autonomous University of Mexico.
“Cervical cancer: A proteomics perspective”.
13:15-15:00 Lunch
Chair: Arturo Guevara, Biotechnology Institute, National Autonomous University of Mexico
15:00-15:50 Hanno Langen, Roche, Switzerland
“Proteomics in Drug Discovery: Identification and Validation the Mode of Action of Drug Targets”
15:50-16:20 Catherine E. Costello, Boston University, USA
“HUPO initiatives”
16:20-16:30 Closing remarks
16:30-17:00 Coffee break
17:00-18:00 Mesa redonda: Proteómica en México: avances y dificultades