2021 National Metabolomics Workshop and Symposium

Cellular Signaling and Metabolic Networks

Metabolomics is a fast-growing area in modern biological and medical sciences. To keep up with the technological advancement and the frontier research, we are organized a virtual Metabolomics Workshop and Symposium on August 2 -3, 2021. This online workshop provided “hands-on” training in metabolomics sample preparation, targeted and untargeted metabolomics, as well as imagining metabolomics. It aimed to teach the art and science of conducting metabolomics experiments through detailed protocols/tutorials, application examples and discussions to achieve a thorough understanding of the theory and practice of metabolomics in many different areas of biology and medicine.

 

Workshop Agenda and Recordings

Day 1 (August 2)

Session 1: Welcome and Introduction to Metabolomics

Speaker: Dr. Sixue Chen
UF | ICBR Proteomics & Mass Spectrometry
University of Florida

Department of Biology
University of Florida

Session 2: Metabolomics Sample Preparation (Part 1)

Speaker: Dr. Kari Basso
Department of Chemistry, University of Florida

Session 2: Metabolomics Sample Preparation (Part 2)

Speaker: Yangyang Li
Department of Biology, University of Florida

Session 3: Untargeted Metabolomics Tutorial

Speaker: Nye Lott
Department of Biology, University of Florida

Session 4: Metabolomics of Red Light-induced Stomatal Opening

Dr. Sarah M Assmann
Penn State University

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Session 5: Lipidomics of Fish Response to Environmental Toxins

Dr. Nancy Denslow
College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida

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Session 6: 4D-Lipidomics Tutorial: Searching for the Fountain of Youth

Dr. Lucy Woods
Life Science Mass Spectrometry, Bruker Scientific

Day 2 (August 3)

Session 1: Targeted Metabolomics Tutorial

Shweta Chhajed
Department of Biology, University of Florida

Session 2: Imaging Metabolomics and Applications

Dr. Boone Prentice
Department of Chemistry, University of Florida

Session 3: Metabolomics Databases and Libraries

Dr. Arpana Vaniya
College of Biological Sciences, UC Davis

Session 4: How to Interpret Metabolomics Data from Human Cohort Studies

Dr. Oliver Fiehn
College of Biological Sciences, UC Davis

Session 5: Integrated Metabolomics for Gene Discovery and Natural Product Pathway Elucidation

Dr. Lloyd Sumner
Biochemistry Department, University of Missouri

Session 6: Summary and Discussion

Final thoughts and discussions from event panel.

Contact

Dr. Sixue Chen

Professor of Biology, Faculty Director of Proteomics and Mass Spectrometry, ICBR, University of Florida, E-mail: schen@ufl.edu