The BC Proteomics Network (BCPN) is a growing network of research professionals from universities, research institutions and industry throughout British Columbia.  Formed in 2007 to expand proteomics expertise, awareness and research across BC, the BCPN is a vehicle for unifying people who share a common interest in proteomics research.

The network provides:

  • educational activities such as lectures, workshops and symposia
  • training opportunities in proteomics
  • access to research infrastructure including instrument service and proteomics software
  • coordination of proteomics research grants
  • research collaboration opportunities
  • establishment of large scale proteomics initiatives

For more information on becoming a BCPN  member, please visit the members section of the website.

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In the News

Category: General
Posted by: webadmin
07 Feb

The BCPN will provide travel awards of $750 each to BC students and postdocs for several upcoming Read More

On the Calendar

CNPN 2017

When:
Apr 18/17 - Apr 20/17
Time:
12:00am

The Annual Canadian National Proteomics Network meeting will be held in Toronto on April 18-20, 2017.

More info


Membership

Membership in the BC Proteomics Network is open to BC professionals involved in proteomics including principal investigators, companies, institutional administrators, students and postdoctoral fellows