Author: Gianpiero Pescarmona
Benelux Metabolomics Community and Netherlands Metabolomics Centre
First Meeting Utrecht September 19 and 20 2018
ELIXIR Metabolomics Community created in 2018
My comments about the results presented during the Utrecht Meeting 2018
Metabolomics online seminars and workshops update 2021
Benelux Metabolomics Community Seminars & Pitches
Frontiers of technologies for systems metabolomics
Starting Thursday March 25 from 15.30 to 17.00 CET the Netherlands Metabolomics Centre will organize every two months an online seminar highlighting metabolomics research in the Benelux. This first seminar will present recent technological advances relevant to systems metabolomics and microbiome research.
We will have two main lectures of 20 minutes, by Herman Spaink of Leiden University on Zebrafish larvae as a high throughput screening system for systems metabolomics and Maik Kok of Leiden University on organoids and organ on a chip technologies for metabolomics. In addition there will be short pitches, by Evita van de Steeg and Joanne Donkers of TNO on in vitro INTESTINE models. The discussion will be chaired by Thomas Hankemeier.
Please register here (free of charge)
Single cell Metabolomics workshop
The Precision Medicine Task Group of the Metabolomics Society in partnership with other organizations and interest groups is organizing a virtual workshop on Single Cell Metabolomics, to be held on Friday February
26, 2021 16.00 PM - 19.00 PM CET.
Omics at single cell resolution has expanded very rapidly, most obviously in genomics/transcriptomics. However, this approach lacks direct analysis of function, such as cellular metabolism. Most tissues are fundamentally heterogeneous at the cellular level, and heterogeneity is a hallmark of several pathologies
• Thomas Hankemeier & Ahmed Ali, University of Leiden
• Jonathan Sweedler, University of Illinois Urbana-
• Nimmi Ramanujam, Duke University
• Ian Gilmore, National Physical Laboratory, London
• Shawn Davidson, Princeton University
• Discussion Session
All participants are welcome to register for free: to register please email email@example.com
Dutch Translational Metabolism community seminar series
Thursday, March 4th from 16:00-17:15 with keynote speaker will be Dr. Pam Taub of the University of California San Diego in the USA. She will be joined by Dr. Milena Schönke of the Leiden University Medical Center.
The seminar will take place on Zoom, at the below link:
Join Zoom Meeting
The (nearly) complete calendar for 2021 Dutch Translational Medicine series is:
4-Feb Prof. Dr. Johan Auwerx (EPFL, Switzerland) & Dr. Jeffrey Kroon (AUMC)
4-Mar Dr. Pam Taub (UCSD, USA) & Dr. Milena Schönke (LUMC)
1-Apr Prof. Dr. Leanne Hodson (Oxford, UK) & Dr. Joanne Hoogerland (UMCG)
6-May Prof. Dr. Antonio Moschetta (UniBa, Italy) & Xinwei Chang (MUMC)
3-Jun Prof. Dr. Juleen Zierath (KI, Sweden)
9-Sep Prof. Dr. Stephan Herzig (HDC, Germany) & Dr. Dicky Struik (UMCG)
7-Oct Prof. Dr. Shingo Kajimura (UCSF, USA)
4-Nov Prof. Dr. Antonio Zorzano (IRB, Spain) & Dr. Anne Gemmink (MUMC)
2-Dec Prof. Dr. Ralph DeBerardinis (UTSW, USA)
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The DTCM2021 organizing committee
Riekelt Houtkooper (Amsterdam UMC)
Maaike Oosterveer (UMC Groningen)
Patrick Schrauwen (Maastricht UMC)
Joris Hoeks (Maastricht UMC)
Rebecca McIntyre (Amsterdam UMC)
Rubén Zapata Perez (Amsterdam UMC)
Kaja Hribar (UMC Groningen)
Coming up 22nd March at 15:00 CET
Viral infection in algal blooms – a journey across scales
In this webinar, Prof. Assaf Vardi and Dr Guy Schleyer will present how they utilize the recent advances in the field of chemical ecology (metabolomics and mass spectrometry imaging) combined with single-cell imaging and transcriptomic approaches to track host-pathogen interactions at the microscale.
The glycosphingolipid-based arms race between a bloom-forming alga and its virus
Dr Guy Schleyer is a research assistant in the lab of Prof. Assaf Vardi at the Department of Plant and Environmental sciences, Weizmann Institute, Israel, where he also earned his PhD. In particular, Guy combines metabolomics and lipidomics-based approaches in the lab and the field to study the metabolic landscape of host-virus interactions.
Click here to learn more about this latest webinar by Prof. Assaf Vardi and Dr Guy Schleyer.
Please register for, "Viral infection in algal blooms – a journey across scales" and “The glycosphingolipid-based arms race between a bloom-forming alga and its virus,” to be held on 22nd March at 14:00 UTC (9:00 EDT, 15:00 CET, 8:00 CST) at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5778273766199238156
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information about joining the webinar.
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