Welcome to the Australasian Proteomics Society

Proteomics is the large scale study of the protein complement of a living organism.  The Australasian Proteomics Society (APS) aims to promote and facilitate proteomics research and related topics in the Australia and New Zealand.  The APS membership is drawn from academic, industry and government laboratories.  To assist in the dissemination of knowledge in the field, the APS has been organising an annual  meeting in Lorne, Victoria, since 1996. In addition to the Lorne meeting, the APS together with other learned societies co-organises  local, national and international meetings within the region, as well as workshops and other forums for the exchange of proteomics advances and  techniques.  The APS acts a liaison body for communication with state and federal  government as well as a central point for the coordination of proteome-related programmes and resources.

Student engagement with the society is strongly encouraged through travelling fellowships, reduced registration rates and SoAPS - Students of Australasian Proteomics Society, a student body which aims to increase communication, broaden the knowledge base and foster collaboration between the student members.


Latest News

Mass Spectrometers for Sale

Bio20 in Melbourne have two instruments for sale: ABSciex 5600 TripleTOF (~3 years old, SWATH enabled, includes  Turbo V/Nanospray III ion sources, $270k) and Agilent HCT 3D ion trap (~7 years old, includes ion spray and ChipCube ion sources,  any reasonable offer). For further information contact Nick Williamson (nawill@unimelb.edu.au)

Madrid HUPO 2014 Travel Awards

The HUPO 2010 Association is pleased to announce that applications for their $3000 travel awards are now open. Download the flyer for more details. Closing date: 3rd April 2014

AOHUPO 2014 Travel Awards

The APS is pleased to support the 7th AOHUPO Congress in Bangkok, which is on the 6-8th August.  The travel award is valued at $500, to download the flyer please click here. The closing date is 14th March 2014

K-HUPO 2013

Tony Purcell, Monash University represents APS at the 13th Korean Human Proteome Organisation (K-HUPO) in Seoul March 28-29 earlier this year.