Postgraduate course: Nutrimetabolomics: how to use the toolkit!
Post-graduate courses/workshops have been held on several occasions just prior to NuGOweek offering PhD students and postdoctoral researchers an opportunity to attend a training course and a scientific meeting.
In 2019 a post-graduate course will be held in Bern, CH on:
– Saturday 7 September (kick-off, lectures, and informal get together)
– Sunday 8 September (lectures, group work )
– Monday 9 September (rounding up group work and group presentations, conclusions)
On Monday afternoon 9 September, registration for NuGOweek 2019 will start.
PhD/postdoctoral students who want to apply metabolomics tools in nutritional research
To equip students to apply metabolomic tools to nutritional research.
In 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.
Program topics and draft programme
The course will require the students to read Nutrimetabolomics: An Integrative Action for Metabolomic Analyses in Human Nutritional Studies in preparation for this course. In lectures a variety of topics will be discussed.
Visit programme for detailed information
Kathryn Burton, Agroscope, CH
Christoph Weinert, Max Rubner-Institut , DE
Marynka Ulaszweska, Fondazione Edmund Mach di San Michele all’Adige, IT
Alessia Trimigno, University of Copenhagen, DK
Hannelore Daniel, Technische Universität München, DE
Lorraine Brennan, University College Dublin, IE
Carl Brunius, Chalmers University of Technology, SE
Date & duration
The course will be held on Saturday 7 (start 17.00 hrs), Sunday 8 (09.00 – 15.00 hrs), Monday 9 September (9.00 – 13.00 hrs). NuGO-week 2019 opens at 17.30 hrs on 9 September.
The study load of this course is 2 ECTS and includes preparatory work prior to the course.
The course will require the students to read Nutrimetabolomics: An Integrative Action for Metabolomic Analyses in Human Nutritional Studies in preparation for this course.
Location & accommodation
The course will be held at Agroscope, Liebefeld Campus, Bern, CH
For organisational matters please contact Kathryn Burton
Registration & course fee
The course fee is € 150. The get together on Saturday and lunch on Sunday – Monday are included.
For registration, please go to the registration page.