US HUPO 2024: Bridging ‘Omics to Function


Dear Colleagues and Friends, 


We are excited to welcome you to Portland, OR, for the 20th Annual US HUPO Conference with this year’s theme “Bridging ‘Omics to Function”


US HUPO 2024 features a full program of outstanding plenary speakers, a great variety of 14 parallel scientific sessions and oral presentations, as well as educational short courses and topic-specific evening workshops. Our oral presentation sessions cover diverse and fascinating proteomic topics, such as Enabling Pandemic Proteomics, Automation and Large-Scale Proteomics, Microbiome Multi-omics and Proteomics to Advance Equity.


In addition, we present plenty of opportunities for young scientists to connect with seasoned proteomics professionals and present their work, and our US HUPO Early Career Researcher Committee has a seat on the Conference planning committee for a new level of integration of our early-stage scientist into the program.


We are grateful to all US HUPO 2024 sponsors and exhibitors, who support the conference and many academic and professional organizations that will join us. We invite you to actively participate in the scientific sessions, present your work, and interact with our members and attendees.


Portland is a unique and beautiful city, with great food, breweries, a thriving arts community and beautiful natural wonders both within and just outside the City limits. There will be plenty to do and we encourage everyone to stay through the full Wednesday program and consider some extracurricular activities after the formal Conference schedule wraps up.


We hope you enjoy US HUPO 2024!


US HUPO 2024 Conference Organizers



Sarah Parker

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Devin Schweppe

University of Washington

Andrew Emili

Oregon Health and Science University

Karin Rodland

Oregon Health & Science University

Nathan Basisty

National Institutes of Health





US HUPO is a 501(c) 3 organization that engages in scientific and educational activities to encourage the use of proteomics technologies and to disseminate knowledge pertaining to the human proteome and that of model organisms. Learn more about US HUPO at


The purpose of the organization is to:

  • Promote the exchange of knowledge and research techniques via training fellowships, instructional courses and workshops, as well as organization and funding for international meetings, all primarily within the United States of America;
  • Provide expert advice to governmental and non-governmental agencies on the support of human and other proteome research;
  • Collect and distribute information on human proteome-related programs and projects;
  • Promote open access to major resources for human proteome analysis, such as databases, collections of DNA clones, cell lines and other biological samples; and
  • Participate with other international organizations involved in proteome research and related development and providing support for or assistance with their activities, including, particularly the International Human Proteome Organization (HUPO International).

US HUPO has held an annual conference since 2005 and has hosted the HUPO International World Congress three times.