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 2017: Registration & abstract submission are open!

Courses, training and grants

New NuGO member organisation: Liggins Institute, Auckland, New Zealand

The Liggins Institute was the University of Auckland first large-scale research institute. Their vision is 'a healthy start for a healthy life' and their mission is to improve life-long health through excellent research into the long-term consequences of early life events. The NuGO representitives are Prof. Frank Bloomfeld, director, and Prof Martin Kussmann, Professor of Systems Biology in Nutrition and Health and Chief Scientist of the NZ “National Science Challenge” on “High-Value Nutrition”. Martin Kussmann has been involved in NuGO for many years.

NuGOweek pre-course: Advances in the use of new technologies in molecular nutrition studies, 26-28 August 2017, Varna, BG

The objective of the course is to communicate the opportunities of technologies such as metabolomics, dried blood spots, deep phenotyping, mobile analysis technologies, and handling of big data (bioinformatics). The presentations will be based on both on good and bad experiences, how you collect, analyze and interpret large amounts of omics-data in nutrition studies. For more information and registration visit [http://nugo.org/nugo-week/nugoweek-2017/post-graduate-course-advances-in-the-use-of-new-technologies-in-molecular-nutrition-studies/]



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