In collaboration with the Skyline team at University of Washington, the Duke Proteomics and Metabolomics Shared Resource will host a new Skyline Short Course this fall (Sept 17-21) at the newly renovated Chesterfield Building in downtown Durham, NC. The only week-long Skyline short course in the Southeast, Skyline@Duke will cover peptide and small molecule quantification from discovery (MS1 and DIA) workflows as well as the fundamentals and practical application of targeted quantification. Additionally, this course offers guest lectures from experts in the fields of targeted quantification, translational medicine, clinical biomarker quantification, ion mobility mass spectrometry, and small molecule quantification in Skyline. Attendees should expect to leave with a working knowledge of using Skyline in a variety of peptide and small molecule quantification applications.
The application deadline for the course is June 22nd. Course agenda, instructors and registration information can be found at https://skyline.ms/2018-duke-course.url.