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Past Events > Quantitative Proteomics > General Information

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Quantitative Proteomics

22—23 May 2017

University of Liverpool in London, London, UK


More information to follow

Venue information

The Training Day ‘Quantitative Proteomics' will take place at 


University of Liverpool in London
33 Finsbury Square



Venue map

University of Liverpool in London location map 

Travelling to the venue

By air
The following airports are all accessible to London:


Heathrow Airport (linked to central London by the Heathrow Express from London Paddington, Piccadilly Undergound Line, Airbus or taxi).
Transport links between Heathrow Airport to central London.


Gatwick Airport (linked to central London by the Gatwick Express from London Victoria, First Capital Connect trains, Airbus or taxi).
Transport links between Gatwick Airport and central London.


London Stansted (linked to central London by the Stansted Express from London Liverpool Street, national rail, Airbus or taxi).

Transport links between London Stansted Airport and central London.


London City (linked to central London by the London Underground/tube network and taxi).
Transport links between London City Airport and central London.


London Luton Airport (linked to central London by the First Capital Connect trains, Airbus or taxi).
Transport links between London Luton Airport and central London.


By rail
The British Rail train network connects London to all the major cities and most towns within the UK (and some European destinations). It is advisable to reserve your seat where possible. In addition, Eurostar trains go directly from London to Paris and Brussels via the Channel Tunnel.


There are nine major British Rail train stations in London, each serving different parts of the UK. Therefore the station you travel from is determined by where you want to go. In order to make your journey more efficient, you need to know which station you leave from and how to get there.


London Transport have a 'Stationlink' bus service which runs between the major London British Rail stations; in addition all the stations are part of the Underground train network. It is reasonably easy to travel from one station to another.


On the trains, there are many levels of service, from Economy Class to First Class travel, restaurant facilities and Sleeper carriages (which allows you to have a bed to rest in during your journey).


In addition you can get information by visiting in person one of London Transport Information Centres at:


Heathrow Airport, terminals 1-4
Victoria, train station
Euston Station, train station
King's Cross, train station
Liverpool Street, train station
Oxford Circus, Underground station
Piccadilly, Underground station
St. James's Park, Underground station


Visit the following websites for travel information and online booking:


National Rail 
International phone: +44 (0)20 7278 5240
UK only phone: 08457 48 49 50


The Train Line

UK Railways

Virgin Trains



By coach
National Express operates coach services across the UK connecting London to major city destinations. For more information visit the National Express website.



Travelling to the University of Liverpool in London

Visit the Transport for London website to get up to date information on trains, tubes and bus services as well as route planners and maps.



From Moorgate (Northern, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City, Circle lines). Head North on Moorgate/Finsbury Pavement towards Old Street. From Liverpool Street station (Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City, Circle and Central lines and National Rail) head East on Liverpool Street. At the end of the road, turn right into Blomfield Street, then follow the road round to the left into Eldon Street. Continue along this road (it turns into South Place halfway along) and you will arrive on Finsbury Pavement. Turn right and continue for 200 yards.

By Bus

From London Bridge going Northbound, use routes 21 (terminates at Finsbury Square), 43, 76 and 141. Other buses that serve the Finsbury Square and Moorgate areas are routes 100, 133, 153, 205, 214 and 271.

Registration fees and forms

Earlybird registration deadline: 22 March 2017
After the earlybird registration deadline has passed all fees will be increased by £50.
Non residential registration fees (no accommodation) 

Associate/Early Career/ Full Member registration fees (non-residential): £145
Emeritus/Student Member registration fees (non-residential): £99
Non-Member registration fee (non- residential): £245


Note: Full/Early Career/Associate Members and Student Members must be members of the Biochemical Society.

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Members of the following organizations are eligible to register for the reduced member rates for all Biochemical Society conferences:
New Zealand Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
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Brazilian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (SBBq)
Chinese Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (CSBMB)
Please ensure you enter your membership number during registration. For details please see International Associate Membership.

Payment of fees

All payments must be made prior to the meeting. Please note that invoices for registration fees will not be issued.

Credit card/Debit card
(Preferred method of payment, and the only acceptable form of payment for online registration).

The following credit/debit cards will be accepted:
Mastercard and Visa.

If you wish to pay by cheque, bank draft or bank transfer please contact the Conference Office.


Confirmation email

At the final stage of the online registration process, all registered delegates will be directed to a confirmation page and receive a separate email to confirm registration details. This confirmation should be checked carefully to ensure that all requirements are correct. In particular, the spelling of names and affiliations should be checked, as this information will be used to create badges.

Confirmation emails also act as a receipt. Please bring a copy of the email with you to the meeting.

If you have not received a confirmation email two weeks before the meeting, please contact the Conference Office.

Registering at the meeting

Please bring your confirmation email to present at the registration desk at the meeting. Badges will be issued upon registering and, for security reasons, must be worn for the duration of the meeting.


Accommodation is not included in the registration fees. Delegates are advised to book their own accommodation. 


At the meeting
Lunch and refreshments will be provided for all attendees and will be included in the registration fee.

Dietary requirements

Should you have any special dietary requirements, please indicate this on the registration form. Alternatively, please inform the Conference Office as changes to the menu cannot be made at the meeting.

Disabled access

Disabled access is available. If you require assistance during the meeting please contact the Conference Office.

Sponsors and trade exhibition

The following companies will be sponsoring the meeting:
Matrix Science

Please feel free to view our sponsorship and trade exhibition opportunities at this meeting.

If you are interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at the meeting please contact the Conference Office.



Cancellations will be accepted in writing until 22 April 2017, and a refund (less £15 administration charge) will be issued.

After this date, neither full nor partial refunds can be given. Please note that refunds of less than £15 cannot be issued.

Official letters of invitation

Official letters of invitation, which are intended to assist with administrative arrangements in certain countries will only be issued when the individual has completed the following criteria:

1) Submitted an abstract which has been approved by the meeting scientific organizer for inclusion into the relevant meeting

2) Sent a letter from the head of their academic department on University headed paper saying why they need to attend the meeting in relation to their research

3) Registered and paid for the meeting
Such letters do not imply commitment of financial or other support by the organizers

Tweeting and Blogging

With increasing frequency, conference attendees at scientific conferences are using Twitter or blogs to share and highlight interesting information discussed at conferences, and also to network with each other. The Biochemical Society has created the following policy with regards to the use of networking sites at Biochemical Society conferences.


The Biochemical Society’s Twitter and blogging policy

Harden Conferences
Proceedings and abstracts of Harden Conferences are unpublished, in order to promote the exchange of novel information and ideas.  Delegates are asked to respect the closed nature of the conferences, and not to report information discussed via Twitter, Facebook, blogs and similar social networks.

Focused Meetings, Hot Topic Events and Workshops 

The Biochemical Society encourages the discussion of its conferences via Twitter, Facebook and similar social networks.  In order to promote discussion and the exchange of information, delegates who wish to tweet are asked to use the Biochemical Society hashtag:




Speakers will be made aware of this policy, and have the right to ask delegates not to disseminate their research via the Internet. If a Speaker makes this request, delegates are asked not to discuss the relevant work in this way. Delegates are respectfully asked to refrain from communicating using mobile devices whilst lectures are in progress.


CPD Credits

"Quantitative Proteomics" has been approved for the purposes of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by the Royal Society of Biology. 

Participants can claim 48 credits for attending. These points are valid if attendees are registered on the Royal Society of Biology CPD scheme. Approval signifies that the Royal Society of Biology recognizes the Quantitative Proteomics event is of merit to the development needs of participants.

Attendees can request a CPD certificate for this conference whilst completing the post event feedback questionnaire, which will be sent by email to all attendees shortly after the event.

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The Conference Office
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The information on this website is regularly updated. Although at the time of publication the information contained on this web site is believed to be correct, neither the Speakers, Organizers nor the Biochemical Society assume any responsibility for any errors or omissions herein contained.


Delegates who plan on attending meetings are advised to check the website has not been amended, and if in doubt, contact the Conference Office to confirm meeting start and finish dates before booking transport and accommodation.


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