Recently, I published a list of my top influential authors in Computational proteomics. The list was created using a my PhD References and other resources such as linkedin, twitter, google scholar. I will try to do the same here using the most active twitter accounts that i follow. Twitter can be incredibly powerful for both consuming and contributing to the dialogue in your field. Twitter can be an excellent real-time source of new publications, fresh developments, and current opinion. If you like and use twitter these are some of the twitter account i follow (no order) in Proteomics:
Bioinformatician at NIST | Lead proteomics data scientist | Enjoys family life | Longtime fan of good video games
Rockville, MD · nist.gov/mml/bmd/data/p…
Group leader at the EMBL-EBI studying the evolution of interaction networks. (Evolution, Bioinformatics Systems Biology)
Cambridge, UK · evocellnet.com/p/research.html
bioinformatician, EBI, regular Hadoop & R tinkerer, personal proteomics instigator, ex mitochondrial-stem cell biologist driven by healthy lifespan extension
Quantitative proteomics specialists using Multiple Reaction Monitoring (MRM)-Mass Spec. Minimal sample volume, No Abs, Quantify 1 to 100s of proteins/biomarkers
Bioinformatician at New York University
Elsevier and EuPA journals in analytical, translational and clinical proteomics giving news on articles, special issues and editorial
SharedProteomics is an online proteomics community for sharing protocols, papers, news, questions, and more regarding the field of proteomic research.
Biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, proteomics, IT
GenomeWeb premium newsletter covering proteomics and life science mass spectrometry, from academic research to clinical applications for proteomics technologies
Reader in Advanced Proteomics at University of Warwick, UK
Academic scientist with an interest in mass spectrometry, proteomics, mountaineering, and trail running.
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Bioinformatics, Computational Proteomics, Data mining, Statistical analysis, Programming, Algorithms
Just another geek, interested in proteomics, R, workflow managers, and so many other things... Working in a Protein Analysis Facility and for Vital-IT (SIB).