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Aims and Objectives

  • To promote and to advance the field of proteomics and the professional interests of the Proteomics Community in India and face the global developments and competition.
  • To promote National and International exchange of Knowledge and research techniques via, training fellowships, institutional courses and workshops, and co-organization of conferences, symposia, etc.
  • To disseminate information related to Proteomics through Newsletters, periodicals, conference proceedings and reports, etc.
  • To involve in training the Indian students and young investigators in this important cutting edge technology.
  • To network and act as a liaison with regional, national and international bodies involved in proteomics or related fields of research. To promote mutual assistance and interactions with such bodies/organizations.
  • To liaise with Govt. or other Organizations - National, and International (eg. EU, USA, etc.) to raise financial supports for above mentioned activities. To network the National structures and facilitate complementary expertise for promoting the research and technical advancements in the field.


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Organization of special lectures, discussions, training courses, theme workshops in proteomics for the advancement of field in India. The Society holds a Scientific Conference coinciding with the Annual, General Body Meeting.


The Society plans to publish Three News Letters per year which would try to bring together scientific highlights, Technical notes, commentaries or opinions, in addition to standard items such as announcements of Conferences or special events. The themes and perspectives of the articles will be decided by the Editorial comm.


Journal of Proteins and Proteomics (JPP), with ISSN No. 0975-8151, is the official journal of Proteomics Society, India (PSI). It is a peer reviewed international journal envisaged to serve the world wide community of researchers and teachers dealing with the challenges of proteins and proteomics research resulting in an improved understanding of protein science in general.