The Human Proteome Organization has established a paid, five-person secretariat based in Montreal to administer and raise money for the organization, ProteoMonitor has learned. The creation of the group will cost Montreal International, the city's economic development arm, $62,500 over five years for hosting the headquarters in the city.

The secretariat will also aim to help HUPO achieve its stated goals of unifying the proteomics community, supporting proteomics projects, and establishing training programs for proteomics.

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