About Proteomics & Metabolomics Victoria

Proteomics and metabolomics are new areas of science offering exciting benefits in many areas including biology, biotechnology and medicine. Proteomics combines classical skills in protein chemistry with cutting edge equipment and data analysis. Similarly, metabolomics investigates metabolites and other small molecules holistically. Brought together, proteomics and metabolomics offer a powerful new dimension of fundamental and applied research in Victoria.

Proteomics & Metabolomics Victoria aims to provide a constructive forum for scientists that use these technologies and the trade that supports them. This cross-sector collective encourages its members to share ideas, discuss problems, present new data, establish training programs and devise strategies to foster effective growth of the disciplines.

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22/09/2017

“The Omics Revolution: Towards Personalised Medicine” satellite meeting will be held at the 2017 Australian Peptides Conference. The workshop will...

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22/09/2017

The 22nd Annual Lorne Proteomics Symposium, organised by the Australasian Proteomics Society, will be held from 2 Р5 February 2017 at...

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22/09/2017

There are two postdoctoral positions on offer in the laboratory of Dr Mark Chong at the St Vincent’s Institute of...

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22/09/2017

PMV Poster competition. PMV is still looking for more poster entrants in their poster competition. Entry is free and greater...

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