Michelle Hill, QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, and The University of Queensland, Australia
The laid-back city of Adelaide provided a relaxing backdrop for an intensive week of HUPO2019 - a big thank you and congratulations to the local organizing committee!
In addition to cutting edge science, HUPO Executives, HUPO Council and Presidents of National Proteomics Societies had extensive discussions on future strategies for HUPO. Several areas of development were identified, including:
It is envisaged that small groups of volunteers will drive specific tasks towards the identified goals, generally within short time frames. We would like to invite members with practical ideas and time to volunteer through this online form. Feedback on current barriers and potential drivers to increase the engagement can also be provided through the same.
Early Career Researchers (PhD students and postdocs) are particularly encouraged to help build our HUPO community!