Scottish Metabolomics Network Symposium 2019, Glasgow
This year’s Scottish Metabolomics Network Annual Meeting will be held at the Technology and Innovation Centre (TIC) in Glasgow on Thursday 14th and Friday 15th November 2019. A statistics workshop will take place prior to this year’s meeting on Wednesday 13th November with limited places, so please book early.
You can download a flyer to display in your workplace. Themes for this year’s symposium include
Advantages in Technology.
The evening drinks reception will be held at the Drygate Brewery followed by conference meal and Ceilidh. Registration is expected to open in July so please save the date! Inquiries to D.G.Watson@strath.ac.uk and Nicholas.Rattray@strath.ac.uk please.
Upcoming Event: What Mass Spectrometry can do for you, 18th March 2019, University of Edinburgh
The TEAMS (The Edinburgh Association of Mass Spectrometrists) symposium is designed for researchers to find out where, who and how Mass Spectrometry can help your research, by hearing case studies and meeting the experts. Registration is free for all UoE staff and students. Active areas of research include Proteomics, Clinical Targeted Analysis, Metabolomics, Lipidomics and Imaging Mass Spectrometry. Further details can be found here.
Past Event: “High resolution tailored metabolomics in health related and environmental research” by Prof. Phillippe Schmitt-Kopplin – 14thNovember 2018, Edinburgh
As part of the 2018/2019 EaStChem Colloquia the lecture will be held on Wednesday 14th November 2018 at 2 pm, Lecture Theatre 100, School of Chemistry, Joseph Black Building, KB, Edinburgh. The abstract of his talk can be found here.
Prof Schmitt-Kopplin is the Director of the Research Unit “Analytical BioGeoChemistry” of the HMGU – Helmholtz Zentrum München, Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Gesundheit und Umwelt in Neuherberg/Munich Germany, with a research focus in metabolomics and de novo biomarker discovery / analytical chemistry in projects in the field of Health and Environment. He is also the Head of the comprehensive Foodomics platform. If you would like to meet Prof Schmitt-Kopplin before or after his lecture, please fill in the following Doodle Poll:https://doodle.com/poll/3bduz6fa6sqnq7tc
Scottish Metabolomics Network Symposium 2018 Highlights
Dr James MacRae of the London Metabolomics Network attended the SMN 2018 meeting in November in Dundee and gave a talk entitled: "Lipid Metabolism in apicomplexan parasites: Routes for drug therapy?". This is part of an ongoing initiative to build interactions between national and international Metabolomics groupings.
Scottish Metabolomics Network Symposium, Dundee 2018
1st and 2nd of November 2018
Discovery Point Exhibition Centre - Home of RRS Discovery
The Scottish Metabolomics Network hosted its annual meeting on the 1st and 2nd November 2018 at the Discovery Point in Dundee. As with previous years, a full report of this year’s very successful meeting can be found in our November Newsletter. Many thanks to Will Allwood (The James Hutton Institute) and Jeffrey Huang (University of Dundee) for hosting this year’s meeting.
Special thank you to all our sponsors for making this event possible, please see our industry sponsors page
The Scottish Metabolomics Network hosted its third symposium on the 2nd and 3rd of November 2017. Thank you to Karl Burgess, Gavin Blackburn, Naomi Rankin and Gillian Mackay for hosting this meeting. Keep your eye out for the next issue of the SMN newsletter for more details.
Thank you to everyone who joined us or supported us at SMN17 in Glasgow !
Scottish Metabolomics Network Annual Conference, Inverness 2016
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 December 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.
Scottish Metabolomics Network Inaugural Meeting, Edinburgh 2015
The Scottish Metabolomics 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.