Month: August 2009

JPR article on decoy database designs is in print

I realise it’s old news, seeing as the article has been available on the web since February, but I thought I should officially mention that our latest reserach is now in the Journal of Proteome Research, so please check it out. You can find the article here: Comparison of Novel Decoy Database Designs for Optimizing…


Australasian Proteomics Society conference, Feb 2010

Registration for the 15th Annual Proteomics Symposium of the Australasian Proteomics Society is now open, click here for more info.  This conference is held at Mantra Erskine Beach Resort, Lorne, Victoria between 4th – 7th February, 2010, and  I will be giving a pre-conference workshop session and lecture on proteomic bioinformatics, for MRM transition design…


Miss Cleavage & the trypsinettes

No this is not the name of a new girl band…. Thank you to Kathryn Lilley for organising the quiz for the BSPR conference dinner.  One of the prizes was for the best team name, and guess what, our table won!!  Thanks to Aisling, Kasper, and the gang, and of course, Miss Cleavage herself, Jules. …


BSPR Conference, Hinxton, UK

Another great conference, the British Society of Proteome Research meeting (Multiscale Proteomics: From Cells to Organisms), took place on 14th-16th July.  Although it is a British society, scientists from America (Mike MacCoss, Neil Kelleher, Gary Siuzdak & Brian Searle) took the majority of the spotlight this year.  The conference kicked off with a keynote lecture…


ISMB / ECCB 2009, Stockholm, Sweden

It was great to see you all again. I presented a poster with the latest developments for MRMaid (our MRM transition design tool): MRMaid: automating the design of multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) experiments using expert knowledge and MS/MS data-mining Using new datasets, including MS/MS spectra for proteins in horse serum,  I showed that (in several…