The INNOGLY objectives to host and finance cross European training schools is to introduce researchers to state-of the-art techniques and knowledge about glycosylation around its two main topics: Glycan profiling in health and disease and Glycan-based diagnostics and therapeutics. Biological and Medical topics of particular interest for INNOGLY members is cancer, autophagy, lysosomal disease, immunity and neurodegenerative disease. INNOGLY are encouraging cross disciplinary training school to be hosted that mediates knowledge between researcher interested in glyco- and glycosaminoglycan and biomedical researchers in the particular interest areas of INNOGLY.
We are planning to have annual calls for expression-of-interest to host INNOGLY sponsored training school. The calls are open for COST full members and COST near neighbour countries from the list. The calls will be announced on our website. We anticipate to host 3-4 training schools annually starting from 2020.
Countries eligible to host these schools is found here.
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FIRST VIRTUAL TRAINING SCHOOL (2-3 November 2020)
Central European Time (CET) 2-Nov
10-10.45 “A look into the glycoanalytical tool box: What do we have and what do we further need to address life science questions?” Manfred Wuhrer, Prof. at Leiden University Medical Center, Netherlands
11-11.45 “N-linked glycoproteomics”- Katja Mirgorodskaya PhD, researcher at Sahlgrenska Academy proteomic core facility, University of Gothenburg
13-13.45 “O-linked glycoproteomics” Sergey Vakhrushev Assoc Prof at Copenhagen Centre for Glycomcis, University of Copenhagen
14-14.45 “MS based O-linked glycomics from sample to submission” Niclas Karlsson, Assoc Prof. at Institute for Biomedicine, University of Gothenburg
15-15.45 “N- and O-linked glycan analysis using UPLC and exoglycosidase digestions” Radka Fahey, Investigator in NIBRT GlycoScience group and CÚRAM and Adjunct Research Fellow at UCD (University College Dublin)
16-16.45 “N-GlyCat: A Skyline tool for automated N-glycan structural analysis of PGC-LC-MS data” Chris Ashwood PhD at CardiOmics Program, Center for Heart and Vascular Research; Division of Cardiovascular Medicine; and Department of Cellular and Integrative Physiology, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE, USA
9-9.45 “Structural Glycobioinformatics; From monosaccharides to complex glycans” Serge Perez, Prof. Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, CERMAV, Grenoble, France.
10-10.45 “Glycan-related repositories to enable standardization of glycomics data” Kiyoko Aoki-Kinoshita, Deputy Director, Glycan & Life Systems Integration Center (GaLSIC) and Prof., Faculty of Science and Engineering, Soka University
11-11.45 “Division of labour across the three cooperative platforms of the GlySpace Alliance” Frederique Lisacek, Proteome Informatics Group (PIG) at SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics
13-13.45 “Glycogenomics” Hiren Joshi, Assoc Prof at Copenhagen Centre for Glycomcis, University of Copenhagen
14-14.45 “Glycan microarray data and new software, CarbArrayART for data storage, presentation and reporting” Yukie Akune, Name: Yukie Akune, Dr at Glycosciences Laboratory Imperial College London
15-15.45 “Molecular simulations of simple and complex carbohydrates” Elisa Fadda, Department of Chemistry and Hamilton Institute, Maynooth University, Maynooth, co. Kildare, Ireland.
16-16.45 “Pending issues with glycoproteomics software and identification result comparability” Frederique Lisacek, Proteome Informatics Group (PIG) at SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics