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Amsterdam UMC Joins the ICPC

  • July 17, 2019
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Amsterdam UMC has joined 32 other institutions around the world to be a part of the International Cancer Proteogenome Consortium (ICPC). The ICPC uses standardized/harmonized proteogenomic approaches and data sharing platforms with its member institutions to accelerate the understanding of the molecular basis of cancer and its translation to improve patient care. Amsterdam UMC will […]

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1.1 million euro KWF consortium grant for “Phosphoproteomics and integrative analysis to enable precision medicine for anti-EGFR therapy in colorectal cancer”

  • July 3, 2019
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We are very happy with the award of the Dutch Cancer Society. Now we will be able to apply mass spectrometry analyses to uncover the functionally relevant phosphoproteome in two unique colon tumor sample collections: a large set of xenograft tumors (via partner Prof. Livio Trusolino of the Candiolo Cancer Institute in Turin, Italy) and […]

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Publication in Molecular Systems Biology

  • April 19, 2019
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We are very happy that the team effort of the last few years in which we made a unique data analysis pipeline to integrate and rank kinase activities based on phosphoproteomics data has resulted in a publication in Molecular Systems Biology. We believe this tool will be important in a future multi-OMICs pipeline to stratefy […]

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2019 schedule for master course “Biomedical Proteomics”

  • October 15, 2018
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 2019 Schedule Optional Master “Biomedical Proteomics” ; M_CPROTBI09 Theme 1 Proteomics, Mass Spectrometry and Biomedical Applications Coordinator: CR Jiménez Week/day/date duration Staff Form Subject Room 2 Mon 7-Jan 9.30-10.30 CRJ L Introduction to Proteomics CCA 1.06 2 Mon 7-Jan 10.30-11.30 CRJ L Proteomics to obtain biological insight CCA 1.06 2 Mon 8-Jan 11.30-17.00 n/a Zelfstudie […]

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Publication in EMBO Journal on metastatic exosomes in vivo

  • June 9, 2018
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With our collaborator Jacco van Rheenen we performed a study entitled “ TUMOR CELLS PHENOCOPY MIGRATORY BEHAVIOR IN VIVO VIA EXCHANGE OF EXTRACELLULAR VESICLES”, that was recently published in the EMBO Journal. Synopsis: Imaging microscopy in live animals combined with transcriptome-proteome analyses are used to characterize the function and content of extracellular vesicles (EVs) shed […]

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