Welcome to the
Canadian National Proteomics Network
Fostering a leading research community
Much of Canada’s economic future is in it’s technology base, fueled by research discoveries in agriculture, forestry, fisheries, human health and the environment. Proteomics is a key research area required for Canada to realize the potential of its economy, which is increasingly drawing upon the life sciences.
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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Congratulations to our Art and Photo Contest winner!
- Munkhtuul Enkhbat (UPEI) for Betrayal of my own body/planet
Congratulations to our 2023 award recipients!
- Dr. Brian Raught (Princess Margaret Cancer Centre) recipient of the Tony Pawson Proteomics Award
- Dr. Mathieu Lavallée-Adam (University of Ottawa) recipient of the New Investigator Award
Submissions for CNPN's Art+Photo contest open
Submit your best proteomics themed art for a chance to win a prize of $250! This contest is open to all Canadians and individuals affiliated to a Canadian institution. Deadline to submit is Thursday, May 11th, 2023 at 11:59 PDT
Call for CNPN Board and OMT Members
We’re recruiting! The CNPN is a not-for-profit, federally incorporated organization created to provide a cooperative mechanism for building the proteomics research infrastructure in Canada and to further a better understanding of proteomics in the Canadian life sciences community. The CNPN Board and its OMT are recruiting new members. If you would like to contribute to this community and its initiatives, we encourage you to apply.
Welcome to our new Operations Management Team members
The Canadian National Proteomics Network is thrilled to welcome two new members to its Operations Management Team.
- Dr. Amanda Lorentzian (PhD student, UBC)
- Davier Gutierrez-Gongora (PhD student, U of Guelph)
Since its conception, this team has been responsible for our monthly seminar series, maintaining social media accounts, the website, and more. We have no doubt that they will accomplish great work with the team!
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