Coffee chat: Advanced proteomic analysis
Proteomics has often lagged behind genomics in the development of new technologies and approaches. However, in recent years the significant advancement of contemporary techniques for proteomic analysis, such as aptamer-based technologies, has opened the door to a new era of advanced proteomic analysis. In this Coffee Chat, our three experts explore the reasons for the delay in proteomic developments, review the current analytical technologies available for proteomics and reveal the recent advances in the field, before highlighting the pros and cons of specific techniques.
WebinarUsing non-hypothesized based approaches for biomarker development
Current biomarkers are only moderately predictive in identifying individuals with mild traumatic brain injury or concussion. Therefore, more accurate diagnostic markers are needed for sport-related concussion (SRC).
WebinarAssessment of variability and normalization methods using the plasma 7K SomaScan® Assay v4.1
In this webinar, the speakers present the largest technical assessment of this platform to date based on a study of 2,050 samples across 22 plates.
WebinarThe proteomics of aging: how technology is advancing research
Please join us to hear four experts discuss the present challenges and opportunities for proteomics in aging research: Eric Morgen, COO of BioAge Labs; Paola Sebastiani, faculty biostatistician at Tufts Medical Center and PI on the Longevity Consortium; Birgit Schilling, associate professor, Buck Institute for Research on Aging; and Alessandro Ori, group leader at the Leibniz Institute on Aging.