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Studying metabolism in human health and disease to benefit the UK and global population.
The £8M Phenome Centre Birmingham is a large metabolic phenotyping facility led by internationally-recognised metabolomics and clinical experts at the University of Birmingham, in collaboration with Birmingham Health Partners. The centre has been established as part of a UK Stratified Medicine initiative led by the Medical Research Council (MRC) to develop capacity and capability to perform large-scale metabolic phenotyping of the human population for stratified medicine. The centre will work towards improving healthy ageing and disease diagnosis and treatment to enhance patient outcome.
Professor Mark Viant, Executive Director of the Phenome Center Birmingham talks about the aims of the global phenome network and the state-of-the art nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy instrumentation the center uses to help realise these goals.
Link to video on ThermoScientific website
Professor Mark Viant and Dr Rick Dunn of Phenome Centre Birmingham discuss metabolic phenotyping applied to medical research and the development of stratified medicine.
Phenome Centre Birmingham conducts metabolic phenotyping studies with the following objectives:
Phenome Centre Birmingham provides a collaboration project environment for performing metabolic phenotyping studies in humans and model organisms. Experts in experimental design, analytical chemistry, bioinformatics and statistics to provide all required aspects of the study from conception to biological interpretation staff the centre.