Analysis of whole blood samples using non-target metabolomic techniques
Juliet Kinyua, Forensic Medicine, University of Copenhagen
Aging of biological traces – a forensic application
Kirstine Lykke Nielsen, Forensic Medicine Aarhus University
Retrospective metabolomics study on forensic cases
- New potential markers and changes in metabolism of drugs
Tingting Wang, Forensic Medicine Aarhus University
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The Clinical Metabolomics Copenhagen conference 2021 will bring together world leaders in the field of metabolomics to discuss the current state of the art in the clinical metabolomics field as well as to discuss projections and outlooks for the future. Topics covered during this meeting will range from novel instrumentation and methods, structure elucidation and feature annotation, and systems level data analysis and interpretation in the context of applications to human health.
The event will take place over two days in a digital format. Invited international speakers, local speakers, and speakers from industry will present on the latest research topics pertaining to clinical metabolomics during the oral sessions along with selected travel grant recipients awarded to up-and-coming researchers based on a submitted abstract.
Full list of speakers:
Biosustainability, DTU Copenhagen, Denmark
Pressentation by Lars Ove Dragsted, Professor, Head of Preventive and Clinical Nutrition section in the Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports, University of Copenhagen.
Discovery of biomarkers for intake of heat-treated foods by untargeted metabolomics
Pressentation by Xiaomin Zhou, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow in Preventive and Clinical Nutrition at the Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports, University of Copenhagen.
Metabolic effects of gastric bypass - is it all about calories?
Pressentation by Katharina Herzog, PhD, Novo Nordisk Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden.
Generative deep learning models for molecule structure prediction from LC-MS/MS spectra
Pressentation by Svetlana Kutuzova, PhD student from Technical University of Denmark.
Preparation method for targeted and untargeted fecal metabolomics and a reproducibility study in the targeted platform
Pressentation by Dr. Andressa de Zawadzki, PhD, postdoctoral researcher at Steno Diabetes Center.
The CMC2020 has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. More information to come.
The Clinical Metabolomics Copenhagen conference 2020 will bring together world leaders in the field of metabolomics to discuss the current state of the art in the clinical metabolomics field as well as to discuss projections and outlooks for the future. Topics covered during this meeting will range from novel instrumentation and methods, structure elucidation and feature annotation, and systems level data analysis and interpretation in the context of applications to human health.
The event will take place over two days. Invited international speakers, local speakers, and speakers from industry will present on the latest research topics pertaining to clinical metabolomics during the oral sessions along with select travel grant recipients awarded to up-and-coming researchers based on a submitted abstract and motivation letter (deadline extended to 10th January).
At the end of each day’s oral sessions, poster presentations will be held to provide a chance for younger researchers to showcase their work. Many breaks will be provided for attendees and speakers to discuss over food and drinks in order to foster new and fruitful collaborations.
A casual dinner at 19:00 on 19 March 2020 in the city center will be open to all with separate registration and on the attendee’s expense (registration deadline 11th March).
The event will continue the work of the Clinical Metabolomics Copenhagen network which aims to bring together the top researchers and clinicians in the region to promote collaborative research on the most pressing topics in human health.
(Applications for oral and poster presentations are now closed)
(the file will be updated up until the conference so check for new versions!)
Full list of speakers:
Berlin Institute of Health (BIH), Berlin, Germany
Cristina Legido Quigley
Steno Diabetes Center, Copenhagen, Denmark
Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark
University College Dublin, Ireland
Hanne Christine S. Bertram,
Aarhus University, Denmark
Nestle Institute for Health Sciences, Lausanne, Switzerland
Inserm, Toulouse, France
Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
Bruker Daltonics, Bremen, Germany
ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
Biocrates, Innsbruck, Austria
Institute of Biomedicine of the Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
Lund University, Sweden
Vinay Pawar (in place of Richard Robinson)
Metabolon, Morrisville, NC, USA
David S. Wishart
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
Statens Serum Institut, Copenhagen, Denmark
University of Glasgow, UK
European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI), Hinxton, Cambridge, UK
FORTH/ICE-HT, Patras, Greece
DTU, Copenhagen, Denmark
CPR KU, Copenhagen, Denmark
Imperial College London, UK
CBMR KU, Copenhagen, Denmark
and a few awarded young researchers to be announced in February!
The research seminar in the summer of 2019 was hosted in Rigshopilatelt with the help of Mette Christensen, it featured the following speakers: Thomas Moritz, Pär Johansson, Christian B. Mollerup, Kajetan Trost, Henrik Munch Roager and Tu Hu
Research seminar at DTU
With around 40 attendees, our first seminar was a success. We were excited to receive Douglas Kell and Elsebet Østergaard as keynote speakers, as well as five local speakers (Daniela Rago, Alessia Trimigno, Peter Henriksen, Ana Rita Freitas Colaco, Francesco Russo).
Our first conference funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation was a great success with more than 150 signed up attendees. Over two days, we received eminent speakers from Europe and North America, such as Pieter Dorrestein, Florence Raynaud, Cristina Legido-Quigley, David Wishart, Gabi Kastenmüller, Lars Nielsen, Marta Cascante Serratosa, Nils Færgeman, among others. The second day was dedicated to more “workshop-like” practical presentations. You can see the full program here.
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