As part of their Spotlight on Metabolomics series, Bioanalysis Zone recently carried out a survey to investigate the techniques used in metabolomics studies, as well as what the future of metabolomics may hold. The results of the survey are in, and SECIM’s Mass Spectrometry Core (Core 1) PI, and UF Research Assistant Professor, Dr. Timothy Garrett, was featured in the most recent Spotlight article titled, “Will advances in sample preparation and co-ordination between laboratories improve metabolomics? A reflection on the results of the metabolomics survey.”
The article presents a summary from Dr. Garrett regarding the current state of metabolomics as well as areas where the science of metabolomics must improve. Dr. Garrett dives into the results of the recent survey, providing analysis on the present and future course of metabolomics.
To read Dr. Garrett’s article, visit the following site: Dr. Tim Garrett’s Bioanalysis Zone article.
To view the results of the metabolomics survey, visit the following site: People’s choice metabolomics survey infographic.
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