62nd ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics 62nd ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics

    Baltimore Maryland, United States

    June 15 - 19, 2014

    Galaxy will again have a strong presence at the 2014 ASMS meeting. This year it's in Baltimore, two weeks before GCC2014.

    Day Time Location Presentation Links
    Monday 9:10am - 9:30am Ballroom III Novel Galaxy Workflows Combining RNA-seq and Proteomic MS/MS Reveal New Insights into Non-Model Organisms
    Conrad Bessant, Queen Mary University of London
    10:30am - 1:00pm Exhibit Hall C-G MP 033: Community-based Development and Evaluation of Biological Mass Spectrometry Software via the Galaxy Tool Shed
    Bart Gottschalk, Minnesota Supercomputing Institute
    Poster
    MP 049: Characterizing molecular mechanisms of mammalian hibernation via non-model organism quantitative proteogenomics
    Katie Vermillion, University of Minnesota-Duluth, Duluth, MN
    MP 429: Large-Scale Quantitative Proteomic/Metaproteomic Platform Discovers Target Pathways and Promising Biomarkers of COPD-associated Lung Cancer
    Brian Sandri, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
    4:10pm - 4:30pm Ballroom III Public sharing of complex MS-based qualitative and quantitative proteomic data analysis workflows: adding value to big data repositories
    Tim Griffin, University of Minnesota
    Slides
    Tuesday 10:30am - 1:00pm Exhibit Hall C-G TP 077: Identifying Novel Peptide Sequence Variants from High Throughput RNA-Seq Data Via Flexible Proteomic Database Generation using the Galaxy Framework
    James Johnson, Minnesota Supercomputing Institute
    12:00-pm - 2:30pm TP 078: Towards a Novel Unprecedentedly Comprehensive Protein Identification Strategy, Mass Spectrometry and Ribosome Profiling: The Perfect Match
    Gerben Menschaert, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium
    Wednesday 5:45pm - 7:00pm Room 339-340 Workshop 7: The Galaxy Framework for Biological MS Informatics: Practical Tips for Software Developers and Users
    Tim Griffin (presiding), University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
    See below for more information
    Thursday 12:00pm - 2:30pm Exhibit Hall C-G ThP 044: Flexible, Accessible and Reproducible Workflows for Tandem Proteogenomic and Metaproteomic Analysis using the Galaxy-P Platform
    Pratik Jagtap, Center for Mass Spectrometry, St. Paul, MN
    Poster

    Workshop 7: The Galaxy Framework for Biological MS Informatics: Practical Tips for Software Developers and Users

    Wednesday, 5:45-7:00 PM, Room 339-340.
    Tim Griffin (presiding), University of Minnesota

    The open source Galaxy software framework is gaining momentum as a tool to solve biological MS informatics problems. It offers unique features such as flexibility to integrate disparate software programs into effective workflows, and the ability to share complete workflows with other researchers. In this workshop, expert developers and users of Galaxy for biological MS data analysis will present practical tutorials. Presentations will be aimed at informing both software developers and biologists/analytical chemists on how they can make effective use of the Galaxy framework in their research.

    Scheduled speakers:

    Talk Topic Speaker Links
    1. Short introduction to the workshop Tim Griffin, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
    2. Using the Galaxy Tool Shed to publish software for MS-based data analysis Ira Cooke, La Trobe University, Australia
    3. Using installed tools and workflows within GalaxyP Pratik Jagtap, Center for Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics, St. Paul, MN
    4. Using Galaxy to generate customized databases for MS-based proteogenomics Gloria Sheynkman, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
    5. Using Galaxy for advanced multi-omic applications Jorrit Boekel , Karolinska Institute/Science for Life Laboratory, Sweden
    6. Concluding questions/discussion