November 20, 2017

The EuPA News

This is the official newsletter of the European Proteomics Association. It will be on line published, being edited by the EuPA Conference and Communication Committee. It will also be distributed by e-mail through the national societies.

Depending on the number of contributions received, at least two issues per year are planned. Through short articles it aims at being the vehicle for the dissemination of the EuPA and the different Proteomics National Society activities and initiatives, its committees, and representatives. It also expects to be a platform/forum for discussion and ideas exchange on all areas of proteomics. It may contain information on “who is who in proteomics” (research groups, scientists), books, papers, databases, and announcements of meetings, courses, thesis and job offers. Also brief notes on key methodological or biological issues, complementary approaches, recent relevant literature are very appreciated.

Within the EuPA CCC, the following persons are in charge of the preparation of the EuPA News:

  • Concha Gil Universidad Complutense the Madrid , Spain
  • Natacha Turck University of Geneva, Switzerland

Instructions for authors: Manuscripts must be sent to conchagil@ucm.es and/or natacha.turck@unige.ch Manuscripts to be published in the EuPA News must be short (no more than four A4 pages, 2 cm margin, 1,5 space between lines in the original submission, that can be no more than two pages in the printed version of the bulletin). Use Times New Roman 12 pt font, except for the title (14 pt, bold type). The authors and e-mail will be located at the end. A photograph of the contributor(s) can be included. In special cases, and in agreement with the editors, longer contributions can be admitted.

The EuPA Bulletin will become EuPA Communication – a dedicated section within EuPA Open Proteomics.

Increased visibility is the great benefit.

The current priority goals of the EuPA Bulletin are:

  • dissemination of the EuPA and the different Proteomics National Society activities and initiatives, its committees, and representatives
  • to be a platform/forum for discussion and ideas exchange on all areas of proteomics
  • To provide information on “who is who in proteomics” (research groups, scientists), books, papers, databases, and announcements of meetings, courses, thesis and job offers
  • brief notes on key methodological or biological issues, complementary approaches, recent relevant literature

Within the EuPA Conference and Communication Committee, the following persons are in charge of the preparation of the bulletin

  • Natacha Turck, University of Geneva, Switzerland, Natacha.Turck@unige.ch
  • Concha Gil, Spain
  • Fernando Corrales, Spain

 

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