Metabolomics Mini -symposium
This mini-symposium will present advances in state-of-the-art analytical development, sample preparation, data analysis and key applications for both global and targeted metabolomics applications.
What is Metabolomics?
Metabolomics research investigates the complex mixture of metabolites in any sample type and is the newest omics-research field with several applications in biomedical sciences. The main potency of metabolomics is the close relation of metabolites to the phenotypes of living organisms and provide information on biochemical processes on a molecular level. This parallel analysis of metabolites holds a huge opportunity to uncover fundamental insights linked to disease development. High quality sample handling, analysis techniques and data analysis are required to identify biomedical relevant metabolic alterations.
The Mini-symposium program starts March 5 at 08.15 hrs with registration and will then cover four session during the day. The program ends with a symposium dinner at 18.00 hrs
Session 1: Data analysis
Key note speaker: Steffen Neumann, Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry, Halle, Germany
Session 2: Applications in metabolomics
Key note speaker: Mogens Johannsen, Aarhus University, Denmark
Metabolomics in Diabetes
Peter Spégel, Lund University, Sweden
Combining metabolomics and chemical biology strategies - New advanced tools for the discovery of microbiota-derived metabolites in human samples
Daniel Globisch, Department of Medicinal Chemistry, Uppsala University
Session 3: Separation/mass spectrometry
High throughput metabolic phenotyping for the 21st century
Ian Wilson, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
Clinical Lipidomics Approaches to study Health and Disease
Matej Oresic, Örebro University
Session 4: Validation of metabolomics data
The potential of metabolomics in clinical use
Kim Kultima, Department of Medical Sciences, Uppsala University
Who should attend?
This symposium will be of interest to people working with research on metabolomics at all levels in the Academia, Industry and Government authorities.
The Scientific Committee welcomes you to submit an abstract to the Metabolomics in biomedical sciences Symposium 2019. Accepted abstracts will be selected for oral or poster presentation, please, state your preference. Deadline for abstract submission: 31st of January, 2019. Submit your abstract to: email@example.com
Venue and location
The Mini-symposium will take place in Uppsala on March 5th, 2018.The symposium will start with participant registration from about 9.00 on Tuesday March 5 and will end at 17.00. Possibilities to participate in an informal dinner for a lower fee will be offered.
For Industry the participation fee is 4000 SEK, Academia 2500 SEK and for PhD 1350 SEK. For the symposium dinner the fee is 350 SEK per person except for PhD who has it included in the price. Included in the fees are digital abstract book, coffee and tea and lunch. All fees are excluding VAT.
Sponsors and exhibitors
Does your company want to sponsor this meeting or be one of the exhibitors?
For more information please contact Sophie Hoas on e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Daniel Globisch, Department of Medicinal Chemistry, Uppsala University; Sophie Hoas, Swedish Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Stockholm; Kim Kultima, Department of Medical Sciences, Uppsala University; Douglas Westerlund, Analytical Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Uppsala University.
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Metabolomics Mini -symposium
4000 SEK Participant fee Industry
2500 SEK Participant fee Academia
1350 SEK Participant fee PhD including dinner
350 SEK Symposium Dinner
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