The Second Maga Circe Conference:
"Metabolomics and Cancer",
May 14-15-16, 2009 Anzio (Rome), Italy
following "The First Maga Circe Conferences on metabolic system analysis" (2006), we are pleased to invite you to take part in "The second Maga Circe Conference": "Metabolomics and Cancer" which will be held in Anzio, Italy, on May 14-15-16 2009, organized under the auspices of the University of Rome "La Sapienza" in collaboration with AssIMet.
F. Conti Opening lecture: “Introductory Remarks”
J. Griffin "Using metabolomics and transcriptomics to understand the molecular mechanisms associated with non genotoxic carcinogeneity"
M. Bizzarri "Understanding complexity in cancerogenesis"
M. Viant "Current analytical platforms and methodologies on metabolomics"
A. Giuliani "Advanced statistical methods in metabolomics"
M. McDowall "Current trends and future requirements for mass spectrometric investigations"
M. Valerio "Phenotypes characterization and drug interactions by NMR"
H. Keun "Exploring the metabolic phenotype of tumour cells using NMR-based metabolic profiling"
S. Mazurek "Robust metabolic adaptation underlying tumor progression"
N. W. Lutz "From metabolic to metabolomic NMR spectroscopy of apoptotic cells"
K. Brindle "New approaches for tumour response to treatment"
M. Swanson "MRI,MRS and ex-vivo high resolution NMR in prostate cancer"
A. De Graaf "Fluxes analysis using isotopic labeling"
M. Mayr "Linking proteomics and metabolomics changes"
B. Celda "Identification of accessible human cancer biomarkers using ex vivo metabolomics strategies"
H. K. Kim "Metabolomics: a platform for phyto-therapies"
J. P. Zbilut "Metabolic instability and cancer"
* Deadline for the submission of abstract is March, 20, 2009. Oral presentation and posters will be selected from abstracts.
* Early registration deadline is March 31 2009.
The Second Maga Circe Conference on Metabolomics and Cancer will be preceded by a teaching course, "Third School of Metabolomic Analysis", on Wednesday 13 May 2009 in Anzio, Italy.
Attendance is limited to a maximum of 80 participants.
The ECM credits have been required to the Italian Ministry of Health for the participants.
You will find the detailed information on website: http://www.assimet.org/
The Organizing Secretariat