European Proteomics Association Committees To Discuss Plans at Dec. 5 Proteomics Meeting | GenomeWeb

Fourteen months after the first formal discussion about its formation (see ProteoMonitor 9/10/2004), the European Proteomics Association has elected its leaders and established committees, which will present their activities in two weeks at the Swiss Proteomics Society meeting in Zurich.

Max Planck Institute's Friedrich Lottspeich is the new president of EuPA. He was elected to a three-year term at a EuPA meeting in Munich in August that coincided with the Human Proteome Organization Congress.

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