Monday, Jan. 27. Advances in gas-phase separations for multi-omics analysis, by Yehia M. Ibrahim, Scientist, Biological Sciences Division, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
SECIM and the Metabolomics Consortium Coordinating Center (M3C) proudly present Metabolomics Winter School. This course is best suited for graduate students, postdocs, researchers and faculty interested in metabolomics for their research or new to metabolomics. The two-day course will be taught by Dr. Tim Garrett, SECIM’s mass spectrometry core director…
Compound identification is the most critical step in metabolomics and exposome research. While recent years have brought improvements in informatics tools, in-silico databases and experimental mass spectral libraries, there are still important bottlenecks to be resolved. For the Metabolomics Association of North America (MANA), the West Coast Metabolomics…
We provide metabolomic profiling to the entire UF community and have built a library that enables metabolite detection in a variety of sample types.
SECIM is committed to offering pilot and feasibility funding for projects that support the advancement of metabolomics. View all of our awardees by clicking the link below.
The symposium will take place May 1-2, 2018 at the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis, North Carolina
We invite any and all interested parties to register to attend the 2017 ASMS Asilomar Conference in Pacific Grove, California, from September 39-October 3.
The 2018 SECIM Pilot and Feasibility program will begin accepting applications on January 16!
SECIM's Drs. Tim Garrett and Fariba Tayyari received recent recognition at the ninth annual UF/IFAS Florida Agricultural Experiment Station Research Awards on May 19, 2016.
Ms. Jacquelyn Walejko, University of Florida graduate PhD student, will present her metabolomics research on Wed., April 6, from 4-5pm, in MSB room M-304.