ESCP2021 - the workshop on single cell sample preparation

From the single cell to the proteome
Going beyond via advanced sample preparation.

27 April, 3 pm - 8 pm CEST

Comprehensive single cell technologies are and will continue to shape modern biology ranging from basic science towards clinical research. Recent advances in high throughput technology-driven approaches allowed the global characterization of mammalian single cells. These pioneering developments provide essential information about cellular heterogeneity and the complexity of cellular interactions.


We want to offer a thriving environment for scientists interested in newest technological advances and novel strategies in MS-based proteomics. This year’s virtual event focuses on recent advances in sample preparation to overcome limitations in single cell proteomics workflows. Learn more from leading experts in the field introducing innovative methods and applications for the quantitative analysis of MS-based single cell proteomics. Furthermore, we will host a Q&A sessions focusing on advantages, bottlenecks and future applications of single cell technologies.

Confirmed speakers

Andrew Leduc

NU,

USA

Anjali Seth

cellenion,

France

Claudia Ctortecka

IMP,

Austria

Erwin Schoof

DTU,

Denmark

Matthias Mann

MPI,

Germany

Ryan Kelly

BYU,
USA

Ying Zhu

PNNL,

USA

This workshop is brought to you by

Organization & Contact

Karl Mechtler

IMP – IMBA - GMI

E-Mail: karl.mechtler@imp.ac.at

Claudia Ctortecka

IMP - IMBA

E-Mail: claudia.ctortecka@imp.ac.at

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