2013 Meeting of the Yale/NIDA Neuroproteomics Center

Friday, April 26, 2013, Institute for Excellence, First floor Room #157 at 300 George Street

Talk
Speakers
Institution
Core or Project Title
Start Time
Mina
Continental Breakfast – All Attendees Invited/Poster presenters should mount their posters.
7:30 AM
30
1

Ken Williams &
Angus Nairn

Yale University

Center Overview

8:00 AM

20
2

Kathy Stone

Yale University

Protein Profiling and Identification Core Sections

8:20 AM

20
3

Erol Gulcicek

Yale University

Protein Post-Translational Modification & Profiling Core

8:40 AM

20
4

Kei Cheung

Yale University

Bioinformatics and Biostatistics Core

9:00 AM

20
5

Folta-Stogniew

Yale University

Biophysics Core Section

9:20 AM

20
Break – Morning Coffee Break.

9:40 AM

20
6

Rob Kitchen

Yale University

Toward Improved Label-free Quantification of MS/MS Spectra Using Predicted Proteomes Based on Second-generation RNA-Sequencing

10:00 AM

30
7

Thomas Biederer

Yale University

Identification and Analysis of Protein Complexes Mediating Synapse Formation

10:30 AM

30
8

Sreeganga Chandra

Yale University

Neuronal Substrates Required for Synapse Maintenance

11:00 AM

30
9

Pietro DeCamilli

Yale University

Endocytic Mechanisms and Phosphoinositide Metabolism at Synapses

11:30 AM

30

Buffet Lunch & Poster Session – All Attendees Welcome/Poster presenters should stand near their posters.

12:00 PM
30
10

Chris Colangelo

Yale University

Targeted Proteomics Core: Comprehensive Workflows for the Development of LC-MRM and SWATH Proteome Assays

12:30 PM

20
11

Betty Eipper

University of Connecticut

Effects of Cocaine on Kalirin Phosphorylation and Function
("PowerPoint will be posted upon publication)

12:50 PM

30
12

Marina Picciotto/
Tristan McClure-Begley

Yale University/
University of Colorado

Defining the nAChR Interactome

1:20 PM

30
13

Alfred J. Robison

Michigan State University

Neuronal Subtype-Specific Effects of the Transcription Factor ΔFosB on Synaptic Physiology

1:50 PM

30
14

Mary Torregrossa

University of Pittsburgh

Identification of Proteins that are Differentially Activated by Drug Cue Memory Extinction and Reconsolidation using Phosphoproteomics

2:20 PM

30
15

Angus Nairn

Yale University

Current and Future Challenges in Neuroproteomics

2:50 PM

30

(Closed) Internal and External Advisory Committee Meeting with Angus Nairn and Ken Williams, and (optional) tours of NIDA/Neuroproteomics Center for attendees and speakers

3:20 PM
40

a Times given for all talks include 5 min for discussion.