Seattle, WA
22 - 23 July, 2024


The annual Cascadia Proteomics Symposium brings together Proteomics Researchers from the Pacific Northwest region, Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia, to discuss current Proteomics Research, get to know each other better, share ideas and foster collaboration within this region. The program includes interactive oral and discussion sessions, as well as poster presentations with appetizers, and Northwest brews and wines to foster mingling.

The 2023 symposium was was the best one yet, so we're doing it again in 2024 at the Institute for Systems Biology on July 22-23.

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Tentative 2024 Program

(view last year's program)

Monday, July 22
Tuesday, July 23
Session 1: Proteomics Applications to Disease
Session 2: Computational Proteomics
Session 3: Proteomes, Metaproteomics & Metabolomics
Beer and Wine and Tapas Reception with Posters
Thermo Fisher Scientific Hospitality Night: Seattle Mariners vs. Los Angeles Angels at T-Mobile Park


We would like to thank the generous sponsorship pledged by the following organizations for the 2024 Cascadia Proteomics Symposium.

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Sponsors receive exclusive recognition in the promotional materials, and at the beginning, during, and at the conclusion of the symposium.


Updated June 11, 2024

We have not established a room block with any hotels since few people used them in the past. The best bet is to check current street prices for rooms at, or similar. If you’re interested in exploring the possibility of reserving dorm rooms at UW, please contact us.

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Executive Committee

Chair: Robert L Moritz
Proteomics Research Laboratory
Institute for Systems Biology, Seattle, WA
Fields of interest: Protein biochemistry, proteomics, mass spectrometry, bioinformatics, chromatography
Vice Chair: Eric W Deutsch
Principal Scientist
Institute for Systems Biology, Seattle, WA
Fields of Interest: Computational proteomics, data standards, PeptideAtlas
Matt Bush
Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry,
University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Fields of interest: Bioanalytical and biophysical chemistry
Andrew Emili
Professor, OHSU Knight Cancer Institute, School of Medicine,
Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR
Fields of interest: Functional proteomics, systems biology, protein mass spectrometry
Bill Noble
Professor, Department of Genome Sciences,
University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Fields of interest: statistical and machine learning methods applied to the analysis of complex biological data sets
Chris Overall
Professor, Centre for Blood Research,
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Fields of interest: Proteomics, degradomics, Human Proteome Project, proteases, MMPs, extracellular matrix biology, anti-viral immunity, innate immunity
Bhagwat Prasad
Associate Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences,,
Washington State University, Spokane, WA
Fields of interest: Mechanisms of age, sex, genotype, disease and ethnicity-dependent variability in xeno- and endo-biotic disposition; Interplay of non-CYP enzymes, transporters and microbiome; Physiologically-based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) modeling to predict variability in drug disposition
Dan Raftery
Professor, Dept. of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, University of Washington
Director, Northwest Metabolomics Research Center
University of Washington, Seattle WA
Fields of interest: Metabolomics, mass spectrometry, NMR, bioinformatics, cancer metabolism
Martin Sadilek
Mass Spectrometry Facility Manager
University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Fields of interest: Mass spectrometry, metabolomics, lipidomics, instrumentation, fundamentals in analytical chemistry: separation techniques
Judit Villén
Department of Genome Sciences
University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Fields of interest: Proteomics, systems biology, mass spectrometry, cellular signaling, post-translational modifications, protein chemistry