Conference on Personalized Food and Nutritional Metabolomics for Health
May17
Date: May 17, 2017
Location: Ohio Union

Ohio State’s Foods for Health Discovery Theme will host its inaugural Conference on Food and Nutritional Metabolomics in conjunction with the 14th Annual Ohio Mass Spectrometry Symposium on May 17-18. This two-day event is an opportunity for academic and industrial researchers in the region to present their findings, share information, discuss research challenges with colleagues, and spark new collaborations.

Conference agenda to include:

  • Metabolomics 101 Workshop
  • Keynote speakers Professor Gary Patti (Washington University in St. Louis) and Professor Robert Gerszten (Harvard University)
  • Other invited speakers, including Ohio State’s Dr. Rafael Bruschweiler, Dr. Devin Peterson, and TDA affiliate Dr. Ewy Mathe
  • Oral presentations addressing topics that include the use of metabolomics technology as a tool to determine dietary impact on metabolic phenotypes as related to health; food chemistry; food quality and flavor; proteomics, nucleic acids; informatics; and recent advances in mass spectrometric instrumentation and analyses
  • Poster sessions
  • Opportunities for academia-industry interaction
  • Evening reception

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