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33rd Asilomar Conference on Mass Spectrometry

Impact of Metabolomics in Translational and Clinical Research

September 29 - October 3, 2017

Timothy J. Garrett, University of Florida and Southeast Center for Integrated Metabolomics
Christopher Petucci, Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute

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Important Deadlines

August 7, 2017
Travel stipend application deadline for students and post-docs

August 29, 2017
Abstract submission for posters and hot topic short talks

Room reservations at Asilomar

September 8, 2017
Conference registration. After September 8, fees increase by $50. Registration will remain open after September 8 on a space available basis.

Corporate Member Sponsorship. Companies with an interest in this year's topic (metabolomics) are encouraged to support this small conference.

About Asilomar 2017

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A multitude of metabolomics studies have been performed over the past several years, but with very few practical outcomes resulting in the early diagnosis and treatment of diseases.  This conference will highlight contributions by recognized leaders in metabolomics that are aimed at translating discoveries from the laboratory into the clinic.  As a result, this meeting should be of great interest to a wide-ranging group of graduate students, post-docs, and research scientists who are engaged in and want to learn more about this field of research. Sessions include

  • Clinical Applications of Targeted Metabolomics
  • Clinical Applications of Global Metabolomics
  • Clinical Applications of New Technology:  Ambient Desorption Ionization/MS Imaging/Ion Mobility
  • Translational and Clinical Applications of Metabolic Flux
  • Metabolomics Applications in the Pharmaceutical Industry
  • NIH Regional Comprehensive Metabolomics Research Cores:  Innovations and Clinical Applications

Invited Speakers

A keynote lecture will be presented by Gary Siuzdak (The Scripps Research Institute)

Abraham Badu-Tawiah (The Ohio State University)
Erin Baker (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
Clary Clish (Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard)
Michele Clasquin (Pfizer)
Pieter Dorrestein (University of California San Diego)
Petras Dzeja  (Mayo Clinic)
Facundo Fernandez (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Oliver Fiehn (University of California Davis)
Richard Higashi (University of Kentucky)
Richard Kibbey (Yale School of Medicine)
James Kinross  (Imperial College)
Alla Kloss (Genzyme)
Yutai Li (Merck)
Gary Patti (Washington University)
Dan Raftery (University of Washington)
Nichole Reisdorph (University of Colorado)
John Seal (Ochsner Multi-Organ Transplant Institute)
Sunia Trauger (Harvard Medical School)
Aalim Weljie (University of Pennsylvania)
Richard Yost (University of Florida)

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