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.
Dr. Tim Garrett, UF Research Assistant Professor and SECIM Mass Spectrometry Core Director, will give an Analytical Chemistry seminar on Wed., January 6, from 4-5pm, in Leigh Hall 207.
Dr. Tim Garrett, UF Research Assistant Professor and SECIM Mass Spectrometry Core Director, will give an Analytical Chemistry seminar on Wed., November 18, from 4-5pm, in Leigh Hall 207.
SECIM hosted interested students, grad students, and researchers at the 2015 SECIM Fall Symposium: Advances in Multi-Omics. The event took place Tuesday, October 20.
Dr. Zoltan Takats, PhD, Imperial College London, and inventor of the "iKnife," will speak at UF on Mon., May 11, 2015, from 11am-12pm, in CGRC Auditorium 101.
SECIM invites all interested students, grad students, and researchers to attend the inaugural CPSA Metabolomics Symposium.
SECIM welcomes Dr. Bhattacharya for his presentation, "Profiling directed approach to therapeutic development: A new approach or harnessing the power of mass spectrometry?"
SECIM welcomes Dr. Robert Trengove of Metabolomics Australia and Murdoch University for his seminar, “Residue-Metabolomics Nexus.”
UF's Explore magazine features the UF CTSI's Southeast Center for Integrated Metabolomics and its role in the National Institutes of Health Common Fund's metabolomics consortium.
Online magazine, Chemical & Engineering News, published a recent article discussing the future of metabolomics, the NIH's investment in SECIM, and UF's Dr. Richard Yost's confidence in the nation-wide collaboration of research scientists.