Seminar/Event Detail

Proteomics Core Resources

Date/Time: 23 March 2012, 11:30am - 12:30pm
Speaker: Qing Li, Ph.D.
Speaker Affiliation: CTAHR
Venue: JABSOM MEB Rm. 304
For more info: Please RSVP to Susan Ordinado (susano@hawaii.edu or 692.1805)

Description: Dr. Li and his team will be presenting:

  • Centralized proteomics research platforms and resources.

  • Information about providing consultation and expertise in proteomics sample preparation, protein separation and identification, characterization and quantification, and data processing and interpretation to facilitate implementation and conduct of high quality clinical and biomedical research.

  • Information about providing training in various aspects of proteomics research to facilitate the implementation and conduct of clinical and biomedical research.

Light lunch will be served.

The University of Hawaii RCMI Program (G12RR003061) is funded by the Research Centers in Minority Institutions Program, an initiative of the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities at the National Institutes of Health.

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