2018 Course Dates: 27-28 September 2018
Register Now for 27-28 September 2018
This 2-day NERC-funded Advanced Training Short Course provides environmental scientists with an overview of the metabolomics pipeline. The course is intended for environmental scientist with little or no previous experience of metabolomics and who are interested to discover how this relatively new and powerful approach could be integrated into their research. Experts working in the NERC Metabolomics facility NBAF-B will teach the course.
- Introduction to environmental metabolomics with case studies
- Experimental design and quality control
- Sample collection and preparation
- Overview of analytical laboratory techniques (mass spectrometry and NMR spectroscopy)
- Short practical demonstrations and a tour of the metabolomics facilities
- Overview of data processing and statistics for metabolomics
- Introduction to metabolite identification
- Q&A session with an opportunity for course leads to provide advice on your own metabolomics studies
Registration for NERC funded scientists: While this course is open to all researchers with an interest in the environmental sciences, it is a NERC-funded Advanced Training Short Course and hence priority will be given to NERC funded scientists; this includes NERC PhD students (highest priority), NERC PDRA's and Fellows (next highest priority) and principal and co-investigators who currently hold NERC funding. For these prioritised applicants, bursaries are available to cover the full cost of the course and one night of accommodation (which we will book for you) and up to £100 towards travel costs (which you should book).
You will be notified by email if you have been accepted onto the course as we are limited to a maximum of twelve places.
Regsitration for non-NERC funded scientists: For non-NERC funded environmental scientists, as well as scientist from outside of the UK, you will be required to pay the course fee (early-bird £520, standard £580) as well as your travel and accommodation (which you should book).
Level: The course is aimed at individuals with no previous experience of metabolomics.
Preview the full programme here
For further information about this course please contact David Epps.
Please read the Birmingham Metabolomics Training Centre’s Conditions and Cancellation Policy prior to registering.