Back to 'Birmingham Metabolomics Training Centre' Multiple Biofluid and Tissue Types, From Sample Preparation to Analysis Strategies for Metabolomics Browser does not support script. Register Now for 16-18 January 2019 Register Now for 25-27 September 2019 Overview This 3-day course provides a theoretical overview and hands-on training to apply multiple sample preparation and UPLC-MS methods to characterise the metabolomes of complex biological samples using the mass spectrometer (Xevo QToF G2-XS - a maximum of 4 people working on the instrument in a session). The course is led by experts in the field who have experience of the analysis of microbial, plant and mammalian samples, and illustrates the different approaches that are available to analyse a range of biological samples and applying complementary liquid chromatography approaches to maximise the coverage of the metabolome. Topics covered Introduction to dealing with the complexity of biological samples using UPLC-MS Overview of different sample collection, sample quenching and sample extraction methods The challenges of working with cellular and tissue samples Overview of different UPLC methods including HILIC and reversed phase methods Hands-on sample preparation of plasma, urine, cell and tissue samples Monophasic and biphasic solvent extraction methods to target polar and non-polar metabolites SPE and liquid-liquid sample clean-up methods Hands-on HILIC and reversed-phase liquid chromatography Hands-on UPLC-MS analysis for untargeted studies (maximum of 4 people) Overview of data analysis and metabolite identification Problem solving and tips and tricks session with the experts Level: The course is aimed at PhD students and post-doctoral researchers who have been actively applying metabolomics. Preview the full programme here Cost Early-bird Registration £1040 Standard Registration £1155 NERC Bursary Registration £0 (for bursary information please visit Trainee Information) Register Now for 16-18 January 2019 Register Now for 25-27 September 2019 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.