Ohio State has multiple assets on campus to advance the Foods for Health mission, including centers and resources with metabolomics capabilities and additional centers supporting the crops-to-clinic-to-consumer span of Foods for Health research. We encourage researchers from across campus to collaborate with metabolomics experts to develop new scientific approaches integrating foods and nutrition, metabolomics, and health. 

Ohio State Metabolomics Resources

Additional Ohio State centers participating in Foods for Health research

Metabolomics Education and External Resources for Metabolomics

  • Introduction to Metabolomics Tutorial
    • Five independent modules provide an overview of metabolomics: Lecture 1: Welcome and overview, Lecture 2: Study design and analytial approaches for metabolomics, Lecture 3: Processing and statistical analysis of data, Lecture 4: Compound identification in LC-MS based metabolomics, Lecture 5: The future of metabolomics. Modules are available at no cost at go.osu.edu/tutorial (registration is required). Modules are based on the Introduction to Metabolomics Tutorial presented by Ohio State metabolomics researchers at the Inaugural Conference on Food and Nutritional Metabolomics on May 17, 2017. 
  • MetaboNEWS  Link to archived issues | Subscribe
    • MetaboNEWS is a monthly newsletter published in partnership with The Metabolomics Innovation Centre (TMIC, http://www.metabolomicscentre.ca/) and the International Metabolomics Society (http://www.metabolomicssociety.org/), to keep metabolomics researchers and other professionals informed about new technologies, software, databases, events, job postings, conferences, training opportunities, interviews, publications, awards, and other newsworthy items concerning metabolomics.
  • Metabolomics WorkbenchMetabolomics resources funded by the Common Core of the National Institutes of Health 

Additional Resources and Support Services

To suggest improvements to this list, please email FFH@osu.edu.