Interdisciplinary Center for Clinical Research (IZKF) Münster
Münster Conference on Biomolecule Analysis
23. - 24. November 2016


Numerous exciting approaches developed in the last decades have evolved into standard tools to solve biological problems at the single cell level. The scope of this conference is to provide a forum for scientists from various research disciplines to discuss the advancement in single cell technologies in the field of proteomics and to provide a platform for young scientists to interact with experts in the field. In addition, workshops will be held prior to the conference enabling participants to gather hands on experience in selected experimental techniques.

General Information

The conference will be held on 24th November at the Max-Planck-Institute for Biomolecular Medicine, Münster and will include a keynote lecture as well as talks by high-ranking speakers on their recent research findings. We especially encourage young scientists to attend our conference and present their work in the form of a poster. Please check this website regularly for updates regarding confirmed speakers and further information.

Keynote speaker

Matthias Mann
Max Planck Institute of BiochemistryMoving mass spectrometry based proteomics to the clinic

Poster Awards

The two best posters will be awarded a book voucher at a value of 150 EURO each.
The conference logo originates from CoFGE experiments, a technology which improves reproducible protein spot coordinate assignment in 2D gel electrophoresis. It was honored with the WWU Transfer Prize 2013/2014.

Conference Venue

Max-Planck-Institute for Molecular Biomedicine
Röntgenstr. 20
48149 Münster
How to get there Parking is limited in front of the building. Please use street parking in the vicinity and the lots on Gievenbecker Reihe between MPI and Technology Park. The conference hall and sponsor exhibition are located on the ground level and are wheelchair-accessible. Posters will be on view throughout the conference.

Münster, Northrhein-Westphalia, was awarded the LivCom Liveable Community Award in 2004. Plan some time during your stay to see the sights of 1200 years of history!

Scientific organisation

Rita Naskar
Interdisciplinary Center for Clinical Research
Albert-Schweitzer-Campus 1, Gebäude D3
48149 MünsterSimone König
IZKF Core Unit Proteomics
Röntgenstr. 21
48149 MünsterGünter Theßeling
SERVA Electrophoresis GmbH


Björn Teichert
Interdisciplinary Center for Clinical Research
Albert-Schweitzer-Campus 1, Gebäude D3
48149 Münster