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20th C-HPP Workshop and 17th HUPO Congress program

The HPP Guide to HUPO-2018 Orlando, 30 Sept – 4 Oct, 2018

Venue: Loews Royal Pacific (Universal Studios) in Orlando

Sunday HPP Investigators Program

Sept 30, 2018

The investigators of the HUPO Human Proteome Project will hold their annual workshops to assess and accelerate progress on the major components of the Project: Chromosome-centric HPP teams (C-HPP), Biology and Disease-based HPP teams (B/D-HPP), and the Resource Pillars for Antibody Profiling, Mass Spectrometry, Knowledge bases/Bioinformatics, and Pathology. Specific foci are identification of PE2,3,4 Missing Proteins, generation of functional annotations for uncharacterized uPE1 proteins, and connecting C-HPP and B/D-HPP teams. We aim to complete the “protein parts list” (C-HPP), to stimulate applications of targeted proteomics to organ-specific biological studies (B/D-HPP), and to address many bioinformatics and antibody profiling challenges, as well as the “uncovered proteome”.
This meeting is open to all Congress registrants; all are welcome.
There is a USD $60 fee to attend the Sunday workshop to defray the catering costs. You can add the workshop ticket via your Congress registration.
 


Time
SUNDAY (9/30/2018)

Pre-Congress Day

Time
THURSDAY (10/4/2018)

HPP Post-Congress Day
07:30–08:50
Room: Gardenia 2
B/D-HPP EC Meeting

Room: Banda Sea 2
C-HPP EC Meeting
08:15–08:30
Coffee
09:00–09:15
HPP Overview
Gil Omenn. Presentation is available here
(Room: Banda Sea 1)
08:30–9:30
What Exciting Prospects Lie Ahead?
Moderated by Rob Moritz, supported by Jennifer Watson 4-5 min presentations: Jenny van Eyk, Ileana Cristea, Ferdinando Cerciello, Jochen Schwenk, Chris Overall plus five more young investigators being identified: Lightning presentations with general participation.
09:15–10:15
HPP Reports (12 min each)
Chair: Gil Omenn

1. C-HPP (Young-Ki Paik). Presentation is available here.
2. B/D-HPP (Fernando J. Corrales). Presentation is available here.
3. Knowledge Base Pillar (Eric Deutsch & Lydie Lane). Presentation is available here
4. MS Pillar (Sue Weintraub). Presentation is available here.
5. Pathology Pillar (Dan Chan/Ed Nice)
9:30–12:10
HPP Town Hall Meeting
Deep Dive on HPP Goals, Strategy and Deliverables for the next 3 years, and Potential for Big International Translational Projects.
Chairs: Fernando Corrales & Young-Ki Paik

• 09:30-10:10 How can we accelerate identification of the remaining 2186 PE2,3,4 Missing Proteins? Siqi Liu, Eric Deutsch, Lydie Lane, Jochen Schwenk, Nino Bandeira, Chris Overall.
• 10:10-10:50 Identification and functional annotation of PTMs.
Chair: Alexey Nesvizhskii. Ultrafast Methods for Detection of PTMs (Alexey Nesvizhskii)
Results from the 96-phosphopeptide HPP sample community analysis (representative of MS Resource Pillar)
Roles of PTMs in Cardiovascular Disorders (Peggi Angel)
Proteogenomics; splice variants; proteoforms (Neil Kelleher). This presentation is available here.
10:15–12:00
Featured HPP Session
Chair: Mark Baker


1. C-HPP 2.0 Discussion (Chris Overall; 20 min). Presentation is available here.
2. B/D-HPP, Prioritization of Popular Proteins (Kun-Hsing Yu; 20 min)
3. Antibody Validation Initiative (52 min) (Jochen Schwenk, Mathias Uhlen (Peter Nilsson), Cecilia Lindskog Bergström, Heng Zhu, Lydie Lane, Cristina Al-Khalili Szigyarto)
• 10:50-11:30 Functional Studies: Protein-protein interactions; Single-Cell Analyses
How are protein-protein interaction data being incorporated by neXtProt for missing proteins and functionally unannotated proteins? (Lydie Lane)
Methods and applications of single-cell analyses of proteins (Bernd Bodenmiller)
• 11:30-12:10 Translational/Clinical Proteomics Strategies & Priorities
How can we more effectively incorporate proteomics in clinical research across many specialties? (Steve Pennington). This presentation is available here.
What lessons can be learned from international collaborations for Cancer Proteomics and applied for other disease categories? (Henry Rodriguez). This presentation is available here.
12:00–13:00
Lunch and Discussion.
12:10–13:10
Lunch, with HPP Senior Scientific Advisory Board Discussion Outline of Two-Year Strategic Plan for the HPP (Mark Baker). This presentation is available here
Lead Discussants: Cathy Costello, John Yates (Gil Omenn, moderator)
General Discussion
13:00–13:40
Round Table 1
Major Public DBs and MS Data Analysis

(Lydie Lane, Eric Deutsch)

Leaders of neXtProt, PeptideAtlas, and ProteomeXchange will highlight developments at each DB and invite comments and inquiries from end users.
13:00–14:00
Emerging Technologies for the HPP.
(Chairs: Rob Moritz and John Yates).
Using CRISPR/Cas9 genome-editing techniques to modify human iPSC and differentiated cells for Hemophilia B treatment (Bonghee Lee). This presentation is available here.
Proteogenomics: Revisiting human protein-coding genome annotation (Janne Lehtiö. This presentation is available here.
13:40–14:20
Round Table 2
Exploring the Undiscovered “Dark” Proteome

(Young-Ki Paik/Fernando Corrales)

• Accelerating progress to identify and annotate PE2-4 Missing Proteins
• Generating functional annotations for uPE1 Proteins
• Mobilizing/connecting C-HPP and B/D-HPP teams
14:00–15:00
What are the Grand Challenges for the Entire Field of Proteomics
Inspirational speaker: Mike Snyder. Presentation is available here.
General discussion
14:20–15:40
Two Breakout Sessions
B/D-HPP PI Meeting
(Banda Sea 1) and C-HPP PIC Meeting (Banda Sea 2)


B/D-HPP: Open session on Popular Proteins with specific presentations by the PIs of the following initiatives: Rheumatoid Diseases, PediOme, Glycoproteomics, Kidney/Urine-HPP, Diseasome
C-HPP: organizational and scientific strategies (PIs of C-HPP teams)
Part I: Report Session
Part 2: Business Session
Part 3: Election & Free Discussion

Invited Talk: J. Eugene Lee: Ab measurement standardization, KRISS, Korea)
neXt-CP50: Resources
21st C-HPP Workshop in St. Malo
22nd C-HPP Workshop in St. Petersburg
Emerging issues
15:00–15:30
Session devoted to Gil Omenn’s Leadership of the HPP with Light Reception (Chair: Mark Baker).
15:40–17:00
Reception (everyone invited)
HUPO Council Meeting for HUPO Councilors
(Baker, Pennington, Overall, Weintraub, Martens, Hui Zhang, Lane)

Appendix 1

20th C-HPP Workshop and 17th HUPO Congress program

Sunday HPP Investigators Program

September 30, 2018


The investigators of the HUPO Human Proteome Project will hold their annual workshops to assess and accelerate progress on the major components of the Project: Chromosome-centric HPP teams (C-HPP), Biology and Disease-based HPP teams (B/D-HPP), and the Resource Pillars for Antibody Profiling, Mass Spectrometry, Knowledge bases/Bioinformatics, and Pathology. Specific foci are identification of PE2,3,4 Missing Proteins, generation of functional annotations for uncharacterized uPE1 proteins, and connecting C-HPP and B/D-HPP teams. We aim to complete the “protein parts list” (C-HPP), to stimulate applications of targeted proteomics to organ-specific biological studies (B/D-HPP), and to address many bioinformatics and antibody profiling challenges, as well as the “dark (uncovered) proteome”.
This meeting is open to all Congress registrants; all are welcome.
There is a USD $60 fee to attend the Sunday workshop to defray the catering costs. You can add the workshop ticket via your Congress registration.

07:30-8:50 C-HPP EC (Room: Banda Sea 2) and B/D-HPP EC (Room: Gardenia 2) breakfast working meetings.

Coffee will be available for general participants from 8:40.

9:00-9:15 HPP Overview: Gil Omenn (Room: Banda Sea 1)
 

Presentation in pdf format is available here.

9:15-10:15 HPP Reports (8 min + 4 min Q&A each): Chair: Gil Omenn
  • C-HPP (Young-Ki Paik). Presentation in pdf format is available here.
  • B/D-HPP (Fernando J. Corrales). Presentation is available here
  • Knowledge Base Pillar (Eric Deutsch & Lydie Lane). Presentation is available here
  • MS Pillar (Sue Weintraub). This presentation in pdf format is available here.
  • Pathology Pillar (Dan Chan/Ed Nice)

10:15-12:00 Featured HPP Session: Chair: Mark Baker

  1. C-HPP 2.0 Discussion (Chris Overall; 20 min including questions). Presentation in pdf format is available here.
  2. B/D-HPP, Prioritization of Popular Proteins (Kun-Hsing Yu; 20 min including questions)=-
  3. Antibody Validation Initiative (52 min) (Jochen Schwenk, Introduction, Mathias Uhlen (Peter Nilsson, presentation in pdf format available here), Revised Antibody Validation Pillars; Cecilia Lindskog Bergström (presentation), Validation in HPA/WB and Plasma; Heng Zhu, Antibodies to Transcription Factors; Lydie Lane, Use of Antibody Data in neXtProt; Cristina Al-Khalili Szigyarto, Antibodypedia.

12:00-13:00 Lunch and Informal Discussion

13:00-13:40 Round Table 1: Major Public DBs and MS Data Analysis (Lydie Lane, Eric Deutsch)

Leaders of neXtProt, PeptideAtlas, and ProteomeXchange will highlight developments at each DB and invite comments and inquiries from end users.

13:40-14:20 Round Table 2: Exploring the Undiscovered “Dark” Proteome (Young-Ki Paik/Fernando Corrales)
  • Accelerating progress to identify and annotate PE2-4 Missing Proteins
  • Generating functional annotations for uPE1 Proteins
  • Mobilizing/connecting C-HPP and B/D-HPP teams

14:20-15:40 Two Breakout Sessions: B/D-HPP PI Meeting (Banda Sea 1) and C-HPP PIC Meeting (Banda Sea 2)

B/D-HPP: Open session on Popular Proteins with specific presentations by the PIs of the following initiatives: Rheumatoid Diseases (Francisco Blanco), PediOme (Vera Ignatovich, to be confirmed), Glycoproteomics (Morten Thaysen-Andersen), Kidney/Urine-HPP (Tadashi Yamamoto), Diseasome (Maggie Lam)
C-HPP: organizational and scientific strategies (PIs of C-HPP teams)

15:40-17:00 Reception (everyone invited)

 

15:45 HUPO Council Meeting for HUPO Councilors

Baker, Pennington, Overall, Weintraub, Martens, Hui Zhang, Lydie Lane


II. C-HPP Principal Investigator Council Meeting in Orlando

(Last updated September 14, 2018)
Venue: Banda Sea 2, Loews Royal Pacific Resort, Orlando, FL, USA
Sunday, Sept 30, 2018
14:20-15:40

14:20-14:40 Part I. Report Session:

Chair: Young-Ki Paik
1. Report from Chair: Young-Ki Paik

  • Opening Remarks & Approval of Minutes (2017 PIC meeting)

2. Report from Co-Chairs & Secretary General

  • Status on the JPR SI, 2018 (38 papers) & neXt-MP50 Christopher M. Overall
  • Poster Session Management Lydie Lane & Peter Horvatovich
  • C-HPP Wiki update Peter Horvatovich. This presenttaion in pdf format is here.
  • 19th C-HPP Symposium, Santiago de Compostela Fernando Corrales

14:40-15:20 Part 2 Business Session: •Chair: Christopher M. Overall

The following list of agenda was extracted from the minutes of an C-HPP EC discussion (in EuPA, Santiago, 6/16/2018) and Co-chairs’ conference calls (2018/3-5). Each agenda is given with a brief background for better understanding and clarity.

3. Agenda

Proposition #1: Leadership Rotation (Appendix 1)

Given that the C-HPP’s Phase I is closing this year (2012.9-2018.9), at the Santiago C-HPP workshop, Young-Ki Paik proposed a leadership rotation plan in which Chris Overall (new term: 2019-2021) would be nominated and elected as Chair while Lydie Lane (2018-2020) and Young-Ki Paik (2019-2021) would remain as Co-Chairs.

  • Discussion & Decision:
Proposition #2: Discussion of C-HPP 2.0

At the Dublin-HUPO 2017 Phase II of the C-HPP was approved and will run from 2018.9 to 2021.9. The main scientific missions of C-HPP are focused on identification, annotation, curation and now functional annotation of the human proteome. The focus shifts now to identification of the remaining 10% of the human proteome using a variety of new team approaches with more connection to the pillars and BD. The official uPE1 functionalization project is well and truly up and running and reveals the need to expand collaborations outside HUPO e.g., structural biology, germ cells, biobanks, CRISPR/cas9 etc. Progress will be discussed at the 21st C-HPP Workshop in St. Malo (5/12-14, 2019, Organized by Charles Pineau).
In addition, more aggressive approaches are sought to identify missing proteins using rare tissue samples or rare physiologically conditioned samples.
Taken together, this sets the stage for adoption of new strategies and approaches within the C-HPP to reorientate active teams for Phase II. Discussion of this important strategic plan will continue from the very fruitful discussions at EuPA, Santiago 2018.

  • Discussion:

15:20-15:40 Part 2 Election & Free Discussion
  • Chair: Lydie Lane with assistance of Peter Horvatovich

1. Election of C-HPP EC members

  • Nomination of candidate for EC seat for Asia (1) and America (1)
  • Voting

2. Free Discussion:

  • Special Presentation: Dr. J. Eugene Lee, “Ab measurement standardization”, (Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science, Korea)
  • neXt-CP50: Resources & Technologies:
  • 21st C-HPP Symposium in St. Malo (5/12-14, 2019) Organizer: Charles Pineau, France. Flyer of the Wokrshop in pdf format is available here.
  • 22nd C-HPP Symposium in St. Petersburg (22-26 May or 12-16 June, 2020), Organizer: Alexander Archakov, Russia
  • Emerging Issue: HPP Governance-C-HPP’s position and recommendation
  • AOB


Conclusions: Chair

Appendix 2

20th C-HPP Workshop and 17th HUPO Congress program

Bioinformatics Hub at HUPO 2018

(Chairs: Eric Deutsch, Andy Jones)
Date: Sept 30-Oct 3, 2018
Venue: Poster Hall in Loews Royal Pacific


Programs are planned in the Bioinformatics Hub each day Sunday-Wednesday.
Sunday access the Bioinformatics Hub (Pacifica 11-12) via the side foyer (look for signs). Monday - Wednesday the hub will be open and accessible via the Poster-Exhibit Hall.

  • See Congress website for scheduled “pitches” and new approaches
  • MS Pillar 96-phosphopeptides standard assay results (Sue Weintraub)
  • “Stranded peptides” in silico approach to finding PE2-4 Missing Proteins combined with SRM Atlas spectral matches to validate missing proteins (Tadashi Yamamoto)
  • Computational predictions for uPE1 protein functional annotation with I-TASSER and COFACTOR (Gil Omenn)
  • Universal Spectrum Identifier (Eric Deutsch)
  • Bioinformatics Guidance for Use of Popular Proteins Research (Kun-Hsing Yu, Maggie Lam, Jenny van Eyk)

Consult the wiki for details: https://github.com/CompMS/Overview/wiki/HUPO-2018

Overview

The Bioinformatics Hub is a place where bioinformaticians gather together with three aims: (i) to provide their advice, knowledge, and support to anyone with a relevant question; (ii) to discuss current issues and challenges in proteomics informatics with the entire community; and (iii) to work on interesting, synergistic projects and to freely exchange tools, algorithms and know-how with each other, across all labs, seniorities and levels of experience.
This is achieved by specific sessions in the agenda. The Ask the Experts sessions (every day between 16h00 and 17h00) explicitly open the space to all with questions, and leverages the combined experience and expertise of all Hub participants to answer those questions. The Special Interest Topic sessions address a current problem or issue in proteomics informatics in a short (max 20 min) presentation, followed by an open discussion of the topic by all participants, moderated by the organizers. The last type of session, the workshop style sessions, allow participants to work on synergistic topics of their choice, or to exchange know-how, tools and algorithms with the other participants.
The Bioinformatics Hub operates under an open door policy, and that anyone is free to walk in at any time and participate in the work or the discussions, ask a question of someone, or just listen in on what is going on! The bioinformatics hub is meant to be inclusive, low threshold, and aimed at knowledge exchange across all levels of experience.
Hashtags for Twitter
#BioinformaticsHub #HUPO2018

Bioinformatics Hub Schedule:

Sunday September 30:

  • 08h30-09h00: Arrival
  • 09h00-9h30: Introduction and concept by organizers and stand-up introductions (Andy Jones et al.)
  • 9h30-12h00: Pitches: up to 15 minutes for anyone who wants to propose a topic to work on, for instance:
    • a tool, library or approach that could be useful for someone
    • a problem they want address (during the meeting) and can use some help on
    • a currently neglected question that they think is important to the field
    • a tool that is currently missing and which they possibly would like to (help) develop
  • 12h00-13h00: Lunch break.
  • 13h00-17h45: Split up into smaller groups and proceed workshop style

Monday October 1:

  • 09h15-09h30: Arrival
  • 09h30-10h30: Special Interest Topic #1 - Analyzing the HPP MS Pillar 96-phosphopeptides standard assay results (Ulrike Kusebauch, Magnus Palmblad, Michael Hoopmann, Susan Weintraub)
  • 10h30-12h20: Special Interest Topic #2 - “Stranded peptides” in silico approach
  • 12h20-12h45: Lunch break
  • 12h45-13h45: Special Interest Topic #3 - Computational predictions for uPE1. Discussion will be provided by the group members and collaborators of Gilbert Omenn the I-TASSER and COFACTOR algorithms as demonstrated for Chromosome 17. Chromosome 17 team propose to expand this analysis to the full proteome and welcome queries and collaborations about the predictions and experimental follow-through. Poster of Chengxin Zhang et al. presented at the HUPO 2018 Congress in this topic is available here in pdf format.
  • 14h00-16h00: Special Interest Topic #4 - PSI/ProteomeXchange session
  • 16h00-17h00: Ask the Experts session

Tuesday October 2:

  • 09h15-09h30: Arrival
  • 09h30-10h30: Special Interest Topic #5 - How to handle exceptions to the HPP Guidelines
  • 10h30-12h20: Special Interest Topic #6 - How to handle exceptions to the HPP Guidelines (cont)
  • 12h20-12h45: Lunch break
  • 12h45-13h45: Special Interest Topic #7 - Bioinformatics Guidance for Use of Popular Proteins
  • 14h00-16h00: Special Interest Topic #8 - Free time (computational session)
  • 16h00-17h00: Ask the Experts session

Wednesday October 3:

  • 09h15-09h30: Arrival
  • 09h30-10h30: Special Interest Topic #9 - TBD
  • 10h30-12h20: Special Interest Topic #10 - TBD
  • 12h20 End. Exhibit hall teardown

Potential Pitches:

  • Analyzing the HPP MS Pillar 96-phosphopeptides standard assay results (Sue Weintraub)
  • “Stranded peptides” in silico approach to finding PE2-4 Missing Proteins (Tadashi Yamamoto)
  • Computational predictions for uPE1 protein functional annotation with I-TASSER and COFACTOR (Gil Omenn)
  • Universal Spectrum Identifier (Eric Deutsch)
  • Bioinformatics Guidance for Use of Popular Proteins Research (Kun-Hsing Yu, Maggie Lam, Jenny van Eyk)
  • How to handle exceptions to the HPP Guidelines for certain proteins (Eric Deutsch, Lydie Lane, Gil Omenn)
  • Ongoing work of the Proteomics Standards Initiative (Andy Jones)
  • Status and future work of the ProteomeXchange Consortium (Juan Antonio Vizcaíno)
  • Achieving universal implementation of data standards (Andy Jones)
  • Implementing the PSI Extended FASTA Format (PEFF) (Eric Deutsch)
  • JPR Annual Special Issue on Proteomics Informatics Tools (TBC)
  • Gathering evidence for translation of lncRNAs (Eric Deutsch)

Attending Organizers:

Other Confirmed Participants

  • All others are welcome!

Appendix 3

20th C-HPP Workshop and 17th HUPO Congress program

HPP Track M-W of Concurrent/Parallel Sessions within HUPO2018

October 1-3, 2018

The HPP has organized 6 thematic sessions for the Mon-Wed HPP concurrent tracks. Chair and Co-Chair are presently known. Each will present two invited speakers and 5 speakers selected from abstracts submitted. On each of the 3 days of the HUPO2018 Congress, there will be one HPP parallel session in the morning (10:30am) and one parallel session in the afternoon (2:00pm).

HPP: PARTNERING WITH PATHOLOGY TOWARD PRECISION MEDICINE (MonD am)

Session Chairs: Daniel Chan and Ed Nice

Invited Speakers

  • Stephen Pennington (University College Dublin)
  • Peter Stewart (Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Sydney)
  • Elena Ponomarenko (Institute of Biomedical Chemistry, Russia)
  • Tadashi Yamamoto (Niigata University, Japan)
  • Michael Roehrl (Memorial Sloan Kettering, USA)
  • Danni Li (University of Minnesota, USA)
  • Ruth Hüttenhain (University of California, San Franciso, USA)

HPP TARGETING THE PROTEOME IN WOMEN'S HEALTH (MonD pm)

Session Chairs: Burcu Ayoglu and Jenny Van Eyk

Invited Speaker

  • Tony Whetton
  • Katelyn C Cook (Princeton University, USA)
  • Yuan Zhang (Binzhou Medical University)
  • Tanja Meyer (University Medicine Greifswald, Germany)

HPP: METABOLIC REMODELING AND HUMAN DISEASE (TuesD am)

Session Chairs: Ferdinando Cerciello and Fernando Corrales

Invited Speakers

  • Cristina Alonso (OWL Metabolomics, Spain))
  • Matthias Mann (Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry, Germany)
  • Michelle Hill (QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute and University of Queensland Diamantina Institute, Australia)
  • Fernando Corrales (Nacional de Biotecnología, CSIC; CIBEREHD, Spain)
  • Ling Lin (Fudan University, China)
  • Felix Elortza (CIC bioGUNE and ProteoRed-ISCIII, Spain)

HPP: HARNESSING THE IMMUNE SYSTEM TO FIGHT DISEASE (TuesD pm)

Session Chairs: Arie Admon and Ileana Cristea

Invited Speaker

  • Etienne Caron (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
  • Aleksandra Nita-Lazar (National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Disease, NIH, USA)
  • Arie Admon (Technion-Israel Inst. of Tech, Israel)
  • Laura Murray (Princeton University, USA)
  • Subhra Chakraborty (National Institute of Plant Genome Research, India)
  • Rebekah L. Gundry (Medical College of Wisconsin, USA)
  • Pierre Thibault (Universite de Montreal, Canada)

HPP: HUMAN CHEMOSENSATION: OLFACTION, TASTE, AND SIGHT (WedD am)

Session Chairs: Mark Baker and Jong Shin Yoo

Invited Speakers

  • Andreas Keller (Columbia University, USA)
  • Daniella Reed (Monell Institute, USA)
  • Jing Gao (Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica)
  • Meleha Ahmad (Wilmer Eye Institute, USA)
  • Subash Adhikari (Macquarie University, Australia)
  • Heeyoun Hwang (Korea Basic Science Institute, South Korea)
  • Speaker Roundtable

HPP: UNRAVELING TISSUE PATHOLOGY THROUGH CELL SAMPLING (WedD pm)

Session Chair: Emma Lundberg

Invited Speakers

  • Cecilia L. Bergstrom (Uppsala University, Sweden)
  • Bernd Bodenmiller (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
  • David Muddiman (North Carolina State University)
  • Florian Meier (Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Germany)
  • TBD
  • TBD
  • TBD

Appendix 4

20th C-HPP Workshop and 17th HUPO Congress program

Thursday HPP Day Post-Congress Program

October 4, 2018


The HPP Workshop following the main HUPO2018 Congress program will focus on exciting developments in human proteomics and strategic planning for the HPP. We will draw upon insights from the Congress Program, including the Mon-Wed HPP Track and the Bioinformatics Hub. We will have deep dives into the scientific strategy and goals for the components and collaborations of the HPP. There will be feature presentations and discussions about potential new directions and roadmaps for the next few years. The aim is a two-year strategic plan for HPP, including broad engagement of the biology and clinical communities globally.

All are welcome to this important meeting and to participate in building the future of HPP. There is an HPP-subsidized 100 USD fee to attend the Thursday workshop to defray the catering costs. You can add the workshop ticket through your Congress registration.

08:30–09:30 (Coffee from 8:15)

What Exciting Prospects Lie Ahead? Insights drawn from the Sunday Investigators Meeting, Bioinformatics Hub, the Congress Tracks, and Discussions.
Moderated by Rob Moritz, supported by Jennifer Watson

  • 4-5 min presentations by Jenny van Eyk, Ileana Cristea, Ferdinando Cerciello, Jochen Schwenk, Chris Overall plus five more young investigators being identified
  • Lightning presentations with general participation

09:30–12:10

HPP Town Hall Meeting: Deep Dive on HPP Goals, Strategy and Deliverables for the next 3 years, and Potential for Big International Translational Projects
Chairs: Fernando Corrales & Young-Ki Paik

09:30-10:10

How can we accelerate identification of the remaining 2186 PE2,3,4 Missing Proteins?
Siqi Liu, Eric Deutsch, Lydie Lane, Jochen Schwenk, Nuno Bandeira, Chris Overall

  • Can all proteins be identified at the stringency our Guidelines require?
  • What is the upper limit on detectability of predicted proteins by MS?
  • By MS combined with affinity or physical enrichment methods?

10:10-10:50

Identification and functional annotation of PTMs
Chair: Alexey Nesvizhskii

  • Ultrafast Methods for Detection of PTMs (Alexey Nesvizhskii)
  • Results from the 96-phosphopeptide HPP sample community analysis (representative of MS Resource Pillar)
  • Roles of PTMs in Cardiovascular Disorders (Peggi Angel)
  • Proteogenomics; splice variants; proteoforms (Neil Kelleher). This presentation in pdf format is available here.

10:50-11:30

Functional Studies: Protein-protein interactions; Single-Cell Analyses

  • How are protein-protein interaction data being incorporated by neXtProt for missing proteins and functionally unannotated proteins?? (Lydie Lane)
  • Methods and applications of single-cell analyses of proteins (Bernd Bodenmiller, pending)

1130-1210

Translational/Clinical Proteomics Strategies & Priorities

  • How can we more effectively incorporate proteomics in clinical research across many specialties? (Steve Pennington). This presentation in pdf format is available here.
  • What lessons can be learned from international collaborations for Cancer Proteomics and applied for other disease categories? (Henry Rodriguez). This presentation in pdf format is available here

12:10-13:00

Lunch, with HPP Senior Scientific Advisory Board Discussion

  • Outline of Two-Year Strategic Plan for the HPP (Mark Baker). This presentation is available here
  • Lead Discussants: Cathy Costello, John Yates (Gil Omenn, moderator)
  • General Discussion

13:00-14:00

Emerging Technologies for the HPP
Chairs: Rob Moritz and John Yates

  • Using CRISPR/Cas9 genome-editing techniques to modify human iPSC and differentiated cells for Hemophilia B treatment/potential impact for proteomics, Bonghee Lee, Gachon University School of Medicine, Incheon, Korea. This presentation in pdf format is available here.
  • Proteogenomics: Revisiting human protein-coding genome annotation, Janne Lehtiö, Science for Life Laboratory, Karolinska, Stockholm, Sweden. This presentation in pdf format is available here.

14:00–15:00

What are the Grand Challenges for the Entire Field of Proteomics?
Speaker: Mike Snyder. This presentation in pdf format is available here.

  • General discussion

15:00–15:30

Session devoted to Gil Omenn’s Leadership of the HPP over the past 8 years with Light Reception
Chair: Mark Baker

Appendix 5

20th C-HPP Workshop and 17th HUPO Congress program

C-HPP Poster Session

C-HPP poster session will be held on Monday, October 1, 2018 as part of the afternoon poster session from 15:50 to 17:00 in the Poster-Exhibit Hall.

C-HPP posters registered in the program are numbered from 81-90 and the poster session will start with the poster 81 at 15:50 sharp. We request each author to present his/her poster in oral for 5 minutes including discussion. Groups who have poster(s) not registered as C-HPP, can bring their poster(s) in this time, present it following the presentation of poster 90 and participate in the poster competition.

The jury is composed of Lydie Lane and Peter Horvatovich who will select the 3 best posters. The selected authors will receive the Award Certificate with USD200.

The winners will be announced and the awards will be given to awardees at the HUPO Awards Session on October 3, 2018 at 4:00 - 5:00 pm. Therefore, presenters of the posters (or their representatives) are requested to be present at HUPO Awards Session.


The winners of C-HPP Poster Award are

  • Charlotte Macron, Chromosome 2,
  • Josef Miceli, Chromosome10,
  • Sergio Encarnacion-Guevara, Chromosome 19.

Uploaded posters

Chromosome 17:

  • Progress on identifying and characterizing the Human Proteome, 2018 Metrics from the HUPO Human Proteome Project. Poster in pdf format available here.
  • Chromosome 17 Missing Proteins: Recent Progress and Future Directions as Part of the Next-50MP Challenge. Poster in pdf format available here.

General Appendix

Membership Directory of HPP Leaders

A. 2018 HPP Executive Committee Members

  1. Gil Omenn, Chair (USA)
  2. Mark Baker, HUPO Past-President and HPP Chair-elect (Australia)
  3. Young-Ki Paik, C-HPP Chair (Korea)
  4. Fernando Corrales, B/D-HPP Chair (Spain)
  5. Eric Deutsch, KB Pillar Chair/PSI Chair (USA)
  6. Jochen Schwenk, AB Pillar Chair/Plasma Chair (Sweden)
  7. Jennifer Van Eyk, B/D-HPP Past Chair (USA)
  8. Lydie Lane, C-HPP Co-Chair (Switzerland)
  9. Chris Overall, C-HPP Co-Chair (Canada)
  10. Sue Weintraub, MS Pillar Chair (USA)
  11. Siqi Liu, China, Member-at-Large, Asia (China)


B. 2018 HPP Senior Scientific Advisory Board

  1. Mike Snyder (Chair; USA)
  2. Lee Hood (ISB, USA)
  3. Mathias Uhlen (Sweden)
  4. Matthias Mann (Germany)
  5. John Yates (USA)
  6. Cathy Costello (USA)
  7. Naoyuki Taniguchi (Japan)
  8. Kate Rosenbloom (USA)
  9. Kun-Liang Guan (USA)

Rooms for HUPO Workshops and Scientific Sessions

(last updated July 20, 2018)
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