SECIM is dedicated to educating the future leaders in the field of metabolomics. We offer a range of workshops and online resources focused on training users in the technology and analysis offered by SECIM. We will soon be regularly offering one hour “brown bag” lunch topics about SECIM and metabolomics research. In the future, these will be videotaped for off-campus users and students. Please add your name to our distribution list to be notified about upcoming opportunities.
2015 SECIM Workshop: May 11-14, 2015
The 2nd Annual SECIM Metabolomics Workshop will be held Monday, May 11 through Thursday, May 14, 2015, in Gainesville, Florida.
This year’s workshop focuses on metabolomics data processing, data analysis, and metabolite identification, including hands-on training sessions. Attendees are required to bring their own laptops in order to conduct hands-on data analysis. A quick overview of metabolomics, and an introduction to the analytical instrumentation will also be covered.
Registration for the 2015 SECIM Workshop is now closed, as maximum capacity has been met.
All attendees are welcome to submit an abstract for the poster session on Monday, May 11. Abstracts must be submitted to Tim Janicki, email@example.com, by no later than Wednesday, May 6, to be considered. Please follow the abstract submission instructions available below:
The working agenda for the workshop can be found here: 2015 SECIM Workshop Schedule
The schedule is subject to change, and will continue to be updated until the date of the event.
Any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Dr. Elaine Holmes, Imperial College London
- Dr. Jean-Luc Wolfender, University of Geneva
- Dr. Zoltan Takats, Imperial College London
- Dr. Shakti Gupta, University of California, San Diego
- Dr. Teresa Fan, University of Kentucky
- Dr. George Michailidis, University of Florida
- Dr. Chris Beecher, IROA Technologies
- Dr. Peihua Qiu, University of Florida
- SECIM Core PIs
SECIM thanks the following sponsors for making the 2015 SECIM Metabolomics Workshop possible.
Please continue to regularly check this page for updates on upcoming workshops, symposiums, and educational opportunities in the field of metabolomics. For information on metabolomics training events around the world, visit the NIH Metabolomics Common Fund’s Workbench site.