Upcoming Events

CLIME Seminar:Metabolomics and Lipidomics in Epidemiological Research


For the winter edition of our meeting we are happy to invite you to Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen, placed right next to the Herlev Hospital. In the clinical settings we will discuss metabolomics applications within population-based science and epidemiology. We are proud to introduce our guest speakers:

  • Marta Guasch-Ferré from University of Copenhagen, Department of Public Health and Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Basic Metabolic Research, Denmark
  • Peter Würtz from Nightingale Health Plc, Finland
  • Tommi Suvitaival from Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen, Denmark

Each speaker will present large-scale metabolomics data applied to population health within diabetes and cardiometabolic diseases.

Event will start at 14.00 on the 15th of December at Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen with great talks until 15.30 followed by networking until 17.00. We have places limited to 50, so please sign up as soon as possible through the Eventbrite.

Sign up here

Past Events

CLIME Seminar:From the lab bench to startup


Photo: News Øresund - Kristoffer Dahl

This  CLIME seminar focuesed on clinical metabolomics startups and innovation and was hosted at the BioInnovation Institute, it featured Markus J. Herrgård CTO at the BioInnovation Institute, Henrik Max Jensen Principal Scientist & Technical Fellow, IFF R&D and Shawn Owens Mass Spectrometry Scientist, BioInnovation Institute

CLIME Seminar: Computational Metabolomics


This meeting included talks from Carl Brunius, Assoc Prof, Chalmers University Of Technology, Sweden. Vinny Davis, PhD, School of Mathematics & Statistics, University of Glasgow. Mario Lovric, PhD, COpenhagen Prospective Studies on Asthma in Childhood (COPSAC) Herlev and Gentofte Denmark and Asker Brejnrod, PhD, Section of Bioinformatics, Department of Health Technology, DTU, Denmark and Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, La Jolla, CA, USA.

Recordings of the talks can be found in our Video Archive.

CLIME Meet and Greet


We are delighted to invite you all for an informal meet and greet at The Globe Irish Pub (Nørregade 43-45) in Copenhagen December 8th starting at 14:00, we have reserved some tables. The main purpose of the event is to network, but we will have a small part of the event dedicated to social media and scientific branding.

For us to make sure we have the required number of tables book, please send an email to to confirm your arrival latest 15th of November

Hope to see as many as possible there for a glass of Guinness. 

Rosalind Franklin

Clinical Metabolomics Award

We would like to congratulate Sofina Begum for winning the Rosalind Franklin Clinical Metabolomics Award, which CLIME.DK set up in collaboration with Bruker and Females in Mass Spectrometry.

The award was presented at the Nordic Metabolomic Society Meeting.

Award brief description

Reimbursement of expenses for an early career scientist in the field of clinical metabolomics to visit Bruker facilities in Bremen, Germany and attend the Nordic Metabolomics Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The conference is organized by the Nordic Metabolomics Society.

  • Awardee Profile: Early-career scientists of all working environments.
  • Region: Global
  • Award Details: Visit Bruker’s state-of-the-art facilities in Germany, and attend the Nordic Metabolomics Society Conference #NMetC2022, September 6-9, 2022, in Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Application due date: July 31, 2022

Targeted Metabolomics in Clinical Applications


This hybrid meeting featured Dr. Cristina Legido Quigley, Dr. Douglas McCloskey and Dr. Kajetan Trost

Webinar on Forensic Medicine

26.10 2021

The webinar it featured the following speakers:

Dr. Juliet Kinyua, Dr. Kirstine Lykke Nielsen and Dr. Tingting Wang

Clinical Metabolomics Copenhagen 2021

26-27.08 2021

Online using Webex

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.

Download program and speaker bios

Webinar 15.03.2021

The webinar it featured the following speakers:

Prof. Thomas Moritz, Dr. Svetlana Kutuzova and Dr. Andressa de Zawadzki

Watch the recorded talks in our Video Archive

Webinar 08.12.2020

The webinar it featured the following speakers:

Prof. Ove Dragsted, , Dr. Xiaomin Zhou and Dr. Katharina Herzog

Watch the recorded talks in our Video Archive

Research seminar


Rigshospitalet Building 93

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

Download the agenda here

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).

Clincal Metabolimics Copenhagen Conference 2018

Experimentarium 25-26.10.2018

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.