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WORKSHOP: HOUSTON, TX - Practical Applications of Metabolomics

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Metabolon encourages all researchers in the Houston, TX area to attend a FREE WORKSHOP.

Practical Applications of Metabolomics
Friday, March 6, 2015 from 9:00AM to 2:00PM at Trevisio's Restaurant & Conference Center in downtown Houston.

TO REGISTER, COMPLETE THE FORM BELOW.

About the event:
Metabolites reside between the output of genes/transcripts/proteins and the phenotype and have proven utility in unlocking disease complexity. Metabolomics is the science of deriving biological understanding and identifying associated biomarkers of disease through the systematic survey of all metabolites that result from specific cellular processes.

This half-day workshop provides an overview of the current state of metabolomics and how the technology has been applied to solve a variety of problems including:

-  Understanding disease mechanisms
-  Elucidating mechanism-of-action of a drug/ingredient
-  Identifying biomarkers
-  Establishing/supporting product claims
-  Profiling biochemical changes for bioprocess/fermentation optimization

The event will conclude with a panel discussion, during which attendees can ask the presenters specific questions about their research.

There is no cost to attend, and breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Come join this active discussion and learn how metabolomics can reveal key insights for complex diseases to advance R&D.

Presenters:

  • Steve Stirdivant, Ph.D
    Metabolon, Inc.
    Atlas of the Human Metabolome
  • Robert Weiss, M.D.
    University of California Davis
    Metabolomics Urine Analysis for Kidney Cancer Detection and Biomarker Discovery
  • Saswata Tulkdar, Ph.D.
    Pfizer, Inc.
    A Novel Long-acting FGF21 Causes Weight Loss and Improved Metabolic Profile in Obese Preclinical Species
  • Tor Savidge, Ph.D.
    Baylor College of Medicine & Texas Children's Microbiome Center
    Metagenome to Metabolome: a Multi'omic View of Patient Susceptibility to GI Disease
  • Michael Wangler, M.D.
    Baylor College of Medicine
    Biochemical Correlate of Peroxisomal Biogenisis Defects in Drosophila
  • Rob Mohney, Ph.D.
    Metabolon, Inc.
    Fundamentals of Successful Study Design

 

Directions:

Click here for directions to the Trevisio Restaurant & Conference Center

Address:

Trevisio Restaurant & Conference Center
6550 Bertner Ave.
Houston, TX 77030

Seating is limited – Please RSVP as soon as possible.