The 15th international symposium on proteomics in the life sciences
Aug. 17–21, 2025
Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, Cambridge, Mass.
This five-day symposium will be an international forum for discussion of the remarkable advances in cell and human protein biology revealed by ever-more-innovative and powerful proteomics technologies.
Formerly known as the "International symposium on mass spectrometry in the health and life sciences," the meeting has been renamed to reflect the growing number of partial and non-mass spectrometry–based methods under discussion.
The symposium will juxtapose sessions about methodological advances with sessions about the roles those advances play in solving problems and seizing opportunities to understand the composition, dynamics and function of cellular machinery in numerous biological contexts. In addition to celebrating these successes, we also intend to articulate urgent, unmet needs and unsolved problems that will drive the field in the future.
In addition to talks by invited plenary and session speakers, short talks will be selected from submitted abstracts. See the program of our previous meeting.
- Sunday minisymposium — Biofluid proteomics: discovery to clinic
- Emerging technologies: Sample preparation and automation
- Emerging technologies: Instrumentation and data generation
- Emerging technologies: Single cell and spatial proteomics
- Proteomics in structural biology and integration with other high resolution methods
- Interactomics: Understanding pathways, networks and molecular machines
- Chemical biology and chemoproteomics: Toward functional understanding of drugs and their targets
- Cell, organellar and tissue biology: Signaling, cross talk and communication
- Impact of clinical and translational proteomics in human health and treatment
- Multiomics integrative analysis and the emerging roles of machine learning and neural models
Registration and abstract-submission information will be available in late 2024. Sign up for email updates below to stay informed.