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Committees

HUPO activities are supported and lead by a number of committees.  Committees are composed of HUPO members and Council members. Members with an interest in serving on a committee are invited to email a letter of interest to HUPO Office.

Awards Committee

The Awards Committee shall annually solicit and review the nominations of individuals submitted by the membership to honor deserving members of the proteomics community world-wide. It is also responsible for raising the funds to be re- distributed to award winners.

Education and Training Committee

The  Education  and  Training Committee shall assemble programs which include workshops, courses, tutorials, etc., that may contribute to the professional growth and scientific awareness of Members.
  • Alina Astefanei, The Netherlands
  • Ruth Birner-Gruenberger, Austria (Co-Chair)
  • Garry Corthals, The Netherlands (Chair) 
  • Cathy Costello, USA
  • Michelle Hill, Australia 
  • Wouter Knol, The Netherlands
  • Gyorgy Marko-Varga, Sweden
  • Charles Pineau, France
  • Odile Burlet-Schiltz, France
  • Sanjeeva Srivastava, India

Marketing & Membership Committee

In 2018, the Membership Committee merged with the Marketing Committee. The Marketing and Membership committee handles the task of crafting HUPO’s marketing message (i.e., promoting proteomics and HUPO) as well as the marketing message for the various causes it promotes (e.g., HPP). The Marketing and Membership committee also plays a key role in supporting some fundraising efforts (e.g., contacting major philanthropic organizations, generating income for the society via various events). For increasing membership, the committee is to develop strategies of outreach and provide ideas of incentives to gather new members and retain current members. The HUPO website is an important tool for achieving these goals. 

  • Vera Ignjatovic, Australia (Chair)
  • Conor McCafferty, Australia
  • James Waddington, Ireland (Co-Chair)

Nominations and Elections Committee

The Nomination Committee shall consist of not less than three (3) and not more than seven (7) individuals (including at least one (1) Councilor). Members of the Nomination Committee shall be elected or appointed, as the case may be, at the annual meeting of the Council. Meetings of the Nomination Committee shall occur at least sixty-seven (67) days prior to the election of Councilors at each annual meeting of Members. The slate of candidates for Councilor offered by the Nomination Committee shall be approved by the Executive Committee not less than sixty (60) days prior to the election.  The Nomination Committee shall obtain written agreement from each candidate, make nomination recommendations and submit a list of candidates along with a short biographical sketch of each candidate to the Executive Committee for approval. The Nomination Committee shall exercise any other powers and duties as the Executive Committee may determine.

  • Rebekah Gundry, USA
  • Henning Hermjakob, UK (Co-Chair)
  • Peter Hoffmann, Australia
  • Aleksandra Nita-Lazar, USA (Chair)
  • Jun Qin, USA/China
  • Paola Roncada, Italy

Publications Committee

The Publications Committee shall interact with the scientific journals and the scientists in the field of proteomics and shall establish and promote the vision of the Corporation with respect to standards in publications related to proteomics. The Publications Committee shall oversee the Website and other electronic bases (e.g., Twitter) established for sharing HUPO news and information with Members and the public.

  • Andrea Urbani, Italy (Chair)
  • Deborah Penque,Portugal (Co-Chair)
  • Jean-Charles Sanchez, Switzerland
  • Mark Baker, Australia
  • Andrew Pitt, UK
  • Eric Deutsch, USA
  • Yasushi Ishihama, Japan
  • Charles Pineau, France

Finance Committee

The  Finance  Committee  shall  consist  of  the President, the immediate past President, the President-Elect, the Treasurer and the immediate past Treasurer. The Treasurer shall serve as chair of the Finance Committee. The Finance Committee shall meet at least each calendar quarter. All requests for expenditures shall be submitted to the Finance Committee with an explanation of the request and its budget/cost. The Finance Committee will evaluate proposals and will forward its recommendations to the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee will decide how the money is allocated and what projects will be supported. This process ensures that checks and balances are utilized throughout and enforces unbiased financial decisions.

  • YuJu Chen, Taipei 
  • Peter Hoffmann, Australia 
  • Robert Moritz, USA
  • Chris Overall, Canada (Chair)
  • Stephen Pennington, Ireland




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