Events

Scottish Metabolomics Network Symposium, Glasgow 2017

2nd and 3rd of November 2017

City of Glasgow College: Riverside Campus - an award winning building

Images courtesy of City of Glasgow College, google maps and Glasgow Pictures

Images courtesy of City of Glasgow College, google maps and Glasgow Pictures

Registration opened on the 17th of July at www.crts.org.uk. You can download the registration form (with payment instructions) and poster submission form there. Prices include a ticket for the conference dinner. 

You are welcome to download a copy of our flyer to display: 

Come to Glasgow

The Glasgow Convention Bureau have provided great information about Glasgow: where to stay, where to eat and where to go. Download the information leaflet below (includes discounts). 

 

 

Confirmed speakers:

Our keynote speaker will be Prof. Susan Rosser from SynthSys, University of Edinburgh.

Dr Fiona Achcar, Institute of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation, University of Glasgow

Dr Ronan Daly, Glasgow Polyomics, University of Glasgow

Dr Andy Finch, Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine, University of Edinburgh

Dr Hannah Florance, SynthSys, University of Edinburgh

Dr Natalie Homer, Edinburgh Clinical Research Facility, University of Edinburgh

Dr Jurre Kamphorst, The Beatson Institute, University of Glasgow

Dr Madalina Neacsu, The Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health, University of Aberdeen

Prof. Terry Smith, School of Biology, University of St Andrews

Prof. Phil Whitfield, Department of Diabetes and Cardiovascular Science, University of the Highlands and Islands

Our four early career researchers nominated for the Royal Society of Chemistry Analytical Division prize will be also be presenting:

Emily Abraham, School of Chemistry, University of St Andrews

Adel Alghamdi, Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences, University of Strathclyde

Jennifer Haggarty, Glasgow Polyomics, University of Glasgow

Tong Zhang, Institute of Cancer Sciences, University of Glasgow

There will also be presentations from our main industry sponsors. 

Thank you to all our sponsors for supporting this meeting. 

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Civic reception:

The Scottish Metabolomics Network would like to thank the Lord Provost and Glasgow City Council for offing to host a civic reception for us. This will be held at the City Chambers (George Square, G2 1DU) at 7 pm on Thursday the 2nd of November. It is a 15 minute walk to the venue for the conference dinner. 

Images courtesy of Glasgow City COuncil and google maps. 

Images courtesy of Glasgow City COuncil and google maps. 

 

Conference Dinner:

The conference dinner is included in your registration fee and will be held at the Drygate Craft Brewery (85 Drygate, Glasgow G4 0UT). The brewery has a good reputation for its food and drink as well as its relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. It is on the edge of the Glasgow Necropolis, a Victorian cemetery, popular with tourists for its views of the city and its architecture. 

Images Courtesy of Drygate Brewing Co. and google maps

Images Courtesy of Drygate Brewing Co. and google maps

 

We look forward to welcoming you to Glasgow to our symposium in November! 


Scottish Metabolomics Network Annual Conference, Inverness 2016

 
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The Scottish Metabolomics Network hosted its annual meeting on 16th and 17th November 2016. A full report of this highly successful meeting can be seen in our Decmeber Newsletter. Many thanks to Phil Whitfield and his team at the University of the Highlands and Islands and all of the sponsors of the event. We hope to continue the success next year in Glasgow.


Scottish Metabolomics Network Inaugural Meeting, Edinburgh 2015

 

The Scottish Metbaolomics Network hosted its inaugural meeting in November 2015 at Teviot Row House, University of Edinburgh. It was organised by Prof Ruth Andrew, Dr Andy Finch and Dr Natalie Homer. This meeting show-cased the work of our network through talks and posters and also offered insight into new innovations entering the field through industrial contributions (see https://www.edinburghcrf.ed.ac.uk/Scottish-Metabolomics-Network-Inaugural-Meeting-2015.