NuGO is an Association of Universities and Research Institutes focusing on the joint development of the research areas of molecular nutrition, personalised nutrition, nutrigenomics and nutritional systems biology


NuGOweek 2018: Newcastle in Rough Guide to 2018, the number 1 place that should be on travellers' radars!

Beside a great scientific programme another reason to come to Newcastle to attend NuGOweek 2018! The Rough Guide to 2018 has announced Newcastle as the number one place that should be on travellers' radars. It beat out stiff competition, including Maltese capital Valletta, which is the 2018 European Capital of Culture. http://nugo.org/nugo-week/nugoweek-2018/

NuGO newsletter nr 37 is now available

NuGO newsletter nr 37 is now available.   Announcement NuGOweek 2018 http://nugo.org/newsletters-reports-publications/newsletter/

Workshop “Using a FAIR database for nutritional studies, to make data reusable”, 2-3 September 2018, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

This workshop will be held as a satellite meeting of NuGOweek 2018. It will provide hands-on experience of using the European Nutritional Phenotype Assessment and Data Sharing Initiative (ENPADASI) database to maximise the benefits of experimental studies in nutrition. For more information and registration see: http://nugo.org/nugo-week/nugoweek-2018/workshop-using-an-fair-database-for-nutritional-studies-to-make-data-reusable-2-3-september-2018-newcastle-upon-tyne-uk/  

Post-graduate course “Temperature and Metabolism: Implications for nutritional studies”

1-3 September 2018, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
  • Target group PhD students and postdoctoral researchers interested in whole body metabolism and translatability from mouse to human.
  • The objective of the course is to provide information about topics such as: – How does ambient temperature affect metabolism (human and mouse) and the outcome of nutritional studies? – Measurements of energy metabolism. – Use of indirect calorimetry for nutritional studies. – Human and animal translational aspectsIn addition, the course provides an excellent opportunity for networking with other PhD students and early career researchers and for developing skills in undertaking collaborative research.
For more information: http://nugo.org/nugo-week/nugoweek-2018/post-graduate-course-temperature-and-metabolism-implications-for-nutritional-studies/

Job offers

2 PhD positions are available at Agroscope-CH, both positions together with the University of Bern-CH.   1 PhD position in Nutrigenomics and Lipid Metabolism at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Food Sciences and Human Nutrition Read more at http://nugo.org/job-offers/



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