1-day Metabolomics Pipeline Workshop

Start time: 09:30 / End time: 16:30 / Date: 13 Sep 2018 / Venue: Life Sciences Building

Open to: Students in host dept/school/institute/centre / Staff in host dept/school/institute/centre / Students from same Faculty as host dept/school/institute/centre / Staff from same Faculty as host dept/school/institute/centre / Students within this Faculty / Staff within this Faculty / Specific UOL Students (for details see 'Suitable For') / Specific UOL Staff (for details see 'Suitable For')

Type: Workshop

Cost: Free

Contact: For more information contact Julie Boileu at jboileau@liverpool.ac.uk

About the event

This years Metabolomics Pipeline Workshop will run on Thursday 13th of September. The workshop covers all aspects of the sample pipeline for metabolomics analysis from appropriate study design, sample collection and storage to multivariate statistical analysis and mapping of metabolites to biological processes.

The workshop will provides SOPs and template data for self study and is applicable to researchers and students wishing to implement metabolomics as part of their research. Places are limited so please register (free of charge) by email to jboileau@liverpool.ac.uk.

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