Welcome to the
Canadian National Proteomics Network

Fostering a leading research community

Much of Canada’s economic future in it’s technology base, fueled by research discoveries in agriculture, forestry, fisheries, human health and the environment. Proteomics is a key research area necessary for Canada to realize the potential of its life science based economy.

Recognizing the social and economic benefits to be realized, Canada’s leading research institutions have responded in several ways, including a commitment to develop research and training programs in proteomics. Significant investments in personnel and equipment already have been made. However, for proteomics research in Canada to reach its potential for international leadership, an integrated strategy and an effective communications infrastructure are needed to promote the development of a cooperative national research network.

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See what we have to offer

Annual Symposium

We host an annual symposium, showcasing Canadian proteomics research.

About Us

Learn more about us and our team of dedicated volunteers.

Become a Member

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Opportunities

Check back regularly to see what academic and industry positions are available.

News

A new seminar series is just around the corner

April 2021

The Canadian National Proteomics Network is launching its first online, interactive seminar and panel series! Our sessions will cover a variety of topics, ranging from clinical proteomics, bioinformatics, mass spectrometry for newcomers, to the ins and outs of publishing in proteomics. We’re very much looking forward to creating a platform where researchers can engage and learn from each other, while also highlighting the groundbreaking work being done in Canadian academia and industry. Stay tuned for registration!

Announcing the new Operations Management Team

November 2020

  • Dr. Anuli Uzozie (Post-doctoral fellow, UBC)
  • Arjun Sukumaran (PhD Candidate, U of Guelph)
  • Emily Hashimoto-Roth (MSc Candidate, U of Ottawa)
  • Dr. Jonathan Krieger (Scientist, Bioinformatics Solutions Inc.)

They will assist in developing new initiatives and building a stronger proteomics community across Canada. Thank you for your contributions and welcome to the CNPN!

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