11th International Metabolomics Workshop
Basics and Applications to Plant Sciences
Metabolomics is “systematic study of the unique chemical fingerprints that specific cellular processes leave behind” (Bennet, 2005). Recently, metabolomics become an important tool in life sciences. Whether in plant, man, bacteria or yeast, metabolomics focuses on metabolic pathways and processes, as well as on specific compounds and relate them to growth, development, stress, disease, environmental changes ect. Metabolomics plays an important role nowadays e.g. in studies of plant interactions with other plants, insects and diseases or in quality control of food or medicine.
Metabolomics is indispensable technique in modern system biology and we are delighted to bring experts together in this special workshop.
1 - 5 April, 2019, workshop
8 - 12 April, 2019, hands-on (optional)
15 - 19 April, 2019, wrapping up of workshop and hands on (optional)
- Primary and Secondary Metabolism in Plants
- Analytical Techniques: Chromatography, MS, NMR
- Statistics - Basics of Multivariate Data Analysis
- Applications in Plant Sciences
Who should apply
The workshop targets researchers experienced in the isolation and identification of natural products who have not yet had experience with metabolomics. While it is popular among PhD students, any professionals who would like to learn about metabolomics are welcome. It is not necessary to have a plant science background to register for this course.
What you will gain
The goal of the workshop is to introduce the concept of systems biology and its tools of observation to motivated professionals and spark their enthusiasm with interesting field studies and applications. We believe our workshop provides a sound base and platform for taking off into the metabolomics world.
The workshop fee of 850 Euros includes an electronic handout (on USB), lunches (May 1-5), coffee-breaks and one workshop dinner. Printed version of the handout, a binder with lectures, could arranged at a fee (100 Euros).
The cost for the following optional hands-on is 250 Euros and wrapping-up week is 200 Euros.
Please note that the workshop registration fee does not include accommodation costs.
Maximum number of participants
For the workshop, 1- 5 April: 25
For the hands-on, 8 - 12 April: 10
For wrapping up, 15 - 19 April: 10
First paid first served policy
Registration deadline is 28th April 2017
Young Hae Choi
We appreciate kind sponsorship of an open access journal Molecules.