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  • March 19, 2015 - 1pm MRC2 Seminar: Kestas Bendinskas (SUNY - Oswego)
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  • April 2, 2015 - 1pm MRC2 Seminar: Jeff McDonald (UTSouthwestern)
  • May 14, 2015 - 1pm MRC2 Seminar: Robert Gerszten (Harvard) - "Come on BAIBA light my fire: Mining the Blood for New Cardiometabolic Hormones" Read more » | RSVP
  • June 15-18, 2015 Metabolomics Summer Workshop
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Metabolomics Summer Workshop

June 15-18, 2015

The Michigan Regional Comprehensive Metabolomics Resource Core (MRC)2 is presenting a four-day Metabolomics Summer Workshop, June 15-18, 2015.    

This workshop is intended for investigators seeking a solid foundation to expand their research using metabolomics. 

Sessions include:

  • Study design 
  • Sample collection 
  • Analytical methods
  • Data processing, statistical analysis, and metabolite identification 
  • Exploratory analysis with bioinformatics tools 
  • Case study applications 
  • Hands-on training with pathway and heatmap tools     

After attending the workshop, you will be able to:   

  1. Identify and describe the primary concepts related to getting good results from metabolomics. 
  2. Recognize and know how to address metabolomics opportunities and challenges in your own research. 
  3. Understand the reasoning behind data processing and statistical analysis. 
  4. Gain a working familiarity with bioinformatics tools for exploratory analysis.   

Click here for last year's schedule (PDF).

  • Overview & Agenda
  • Speaker Profile
  • Lodging
  • Register
  • Location/Map
  • Contact

Workshop Overview

The Michigan Regional Comprehensive Metabolomics Resource Core (MRC)2 is presenting a fourday Metabolomics

Summer Workshop, June 15-18, 2015

The workshop will be held at the Kellogg Eye Center (Kellogg Auditorium), located at 1000 Wall Street, Ann Arbor, MI. This workshop is intended for investigators seeking a solid foundation to expand their research using metabolomics.

Sessions include:

  • Study design
  • Sample collection
  • Analytical methods
  • Data processing, statistical analysis, and metabolite identification
  • Exploratory analysis with bioinformatics tools
  • Case study applications
  • Handson training with pathway and heatmap tools

After attending the workshop, you will be able to:

  1. Identify and describe the primary concepts related to getting good results from metabolomics.
  2. Recognize and know how to address metabolomics opportunities and challenges in your own research.
  3. Understand the reasoning behind data processing and statistical analysis.
  4. Gain a working familiarity with bioinformatics tools for exploratory analysis.

Costs per participant are $350 for internal UM investigators and $750 for external investigators. Lunches are included.

Speaker Profile

Coming soon.

 

Please visit the following link to reserve a hotel room, using our "MRC2 Summer Workshop" block, or contact the hotel directly:

Holiday Inn (Near the University of Michigan)
3600 Plymouth Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
(734)769-9800

Note: The hotel provides free shuttle service to/from the workshop.

Will you need assistance with onsite parking or transportation to/from the workshop at the Kellogg Eye Center/Brehm, at 1000 Wall Street, Ann Arbor?

Note: In addition to the free Holiday Inn® hotel shuttle service for transportation to/from the workshop other onsite parking alternatives may be available upon request.

Registration

You may register online here.

 

Location/Map

Kellogg Eye Center/Brehm
1000 Wall Street
Ann Arbor, MI, 48105
(map)

Contact

Terri Ridenour
Program Manager | Promotion & Outreach Michigan Regional Comprehensive Metabolomics Resource Core (MRC)2
5313 Brehm Tower, 1000 Wall St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48105-5714
(734)647-7449 (office)
voskuhlt@umich.edu

Research Acknowledgement

It is extremely important that our grant is cited in all publications resulting from the use of MRC2 services. Our productivity and effectiveness as a Core is measured in part by the citation of the grant in published work. Please use the following acknowledgement in your publications:

This work utilized Core Services supported by grant DK097153 of NIH to the University of Michigan.