Trends in Metabolomics - Analytics and Applications



Tuesday, 3 June 2014

12:00 Registration
14:00 Introduction

Pre-meeting for young scientists working in metabolomics.
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Wednesday, 4 June 2014

12:00 Registration
13:00 Opening
13:05 Keynote Lecture I:
The role of metabolomics in clinical and pharmacological research
T. Hankemeier, University of Leiden/NL

 Methods for Metabolomics

Chairs: R. Takors, Universität Stuttgart/D
D. Schomburg, TU Braunschweig/D
13:50 Comprehensive metabolite profiling in biomarker identification
N. Schauer, Metabolomic Discoveries GmbH, Potsdam/D
14:15 Unraveling metabolic regulation through time-resolved metabolomics
N. Zamboni,  ETH Zürich/CH

Covering a blind spot of GC-MS: A robust HPLC method for analyzing CoA intermediates from diverse microorganisms
B. K. Müller, TU Braunschweig/D

15:05 Human metabolic individuality –Stability, heritability, and genetic underpinning of metabolite profiles in the general population
G. Kastenmüller, Helmholtz Zentrum München, Neuherberg/D
15:30 Coffee Break

 Microbial Metabolomics


U. Sauer, ETH Zurich/CH
D. Schomburg, TU Braunschweig/D

15:50 Lipidomics of medically relevant organisms - a systems based approach from the bench to field
X. Guan, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Basel/CH
16:15 LC-MS-based metabolic profiling for stimulus-response experiments in microbial L-Methionine producers
A. Teleki, Universität Stuttgart/D

Real-time metabolome profiling reveals dynamics and regulation of the metabolic switch between starvation and growth
H. Link, ETH Zürich/CH


New tools for the validation and refinement of genome-scale metabolic models
A. Riemer, TU Braunschweig/D

17:30 Selected Talks from Posters
18:30 Get-together & Poster Session

Nomination of Poster Awards (Award for the 3 best posters selected by all participants)


 Thursday, 5 June 2014

 Plant Metabolomics

Chairs: J. Kopka,  Max-Planck-Institut für molekulare Pflanzenphysiologie, Potsdam/D
K. Niehaus, Universität Bielefeld/D
09:00 High plant species-specificity in the leaf metabolome responses to root colonization by an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus
R. Schweiger, Bielefeld University/D

Quantitative metabolomics: a phantom?

W. Wiechert, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH/D

09:50 Mass spectrometry based imaging of secondary plant metabolites
K. Niehaus, Universität Bielefeld/D

The earths critical zone: understanding the subsurface hydro-geo-chemistry using metabolomic profiling
N. Überschaar, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena/D

10:40 Coffee Break
11:00 Keynote Lecture II:
Design of metabolism for industrial bio-production of chemicals and materials
C. Wittmann, Universität des Saarlandes/D
11:45 Lunch Break

 Animal and Medicinal Metabolomics

Chair: H. Daniel, TU München/D
 12:45 A world-wide network for metabolomics data exchange
C. Steinbeck, European Bioinformatics Institute, Cambridge/UK
13:10 Metabolism and inflammation: what pathway to look at?
K. Hiller,  Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine, Belval/LU
13:35 Role of metabolomics in dietary biomarkers and personalised nutrition
L. Brennan, University College Dublin/IE
14:00 Comprehensive GCxGC/qMS for non-targeted metabolomics: analytical characteris-tics, data processing challenges and quality control strategy in large-scale studies
S. Kulling, Max-Rubner-Institut, Karlsruhe/D
14:25 Coffee Break

 Computational Data Integration

Chairs: T. Nattkemper, Universität Bielefeld/D
K. Mauch, Insilico Biotechnology AG, Stuttgart/D
14:45 High(er) throughput metabolite annotation
S. Neumann, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie, Halle/D
15:10 Searching PubChem with tandem mass spectrometry data
S. Böcker, Universität Jena/D
15:35 Metabolic pathways in action
L. Blank, RWTH Aachen/D
16:00 Integration of metabolomics data in large-scale models of photosynthetic organisms
Z. Nikoloski, Max-Planck-Institut für molekulare Pflanzenphysiologie, Potsdam/D
16:25 Closing Remarks
16:30 End of the Meeting
Petra Hellwig
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