Introduction to nutritional metabolomics
Personalised nutrition: from scientific discovery to interventions
Pre-NuGOweek PhD course
New developments in gut microbiome research

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NuGO NEWSLETTER Nr 3, 12/2015

Update course schedule 2016

NuGO will support in 2016 several courses organised by NuGOmember organisations. For the course "Introduction to Nutritional Metabolomics" registration is open! For the other courses save the dates!

Introduction to Nutritional Metabolomics
8 – 11th  February 2016, Copenhagen, DK

Course information
The course will provide an introduction to the LC-MS based nutritional metabolomics studies, aiming to cover key steps such as study design, sample collection and analysis, data handling methodologies and metabolite identification.

The students will go through common steps in a typical metabolomics study. Therefore, the major focus will be application of various free or commercial tools for data preprocessing, data analysis, and metabolite identification with computer based hands-on training using example datasets that will be provided to the students.

The course will finalize by presentations of reports generated by the students based on a case study.

Course leaders: Prof Lars Ove Dragsted and Dr Gözde Gürdeniz
Deadline for course registration: 18 January 2016

NuGO grant
NuGO will make 4 grants available to cover the admission fee of 250€ and max 250€ of accommodation.
Grant application deadline: Monday January 11th, 2016, (08:00 CET), 2016

For more information about the course and grant details visit [
course] page.

Personalised Nutrition: from scientific discovery to interventions

5-7th July 2016, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Venue: Newcastle University - The CORE (
Course leader: Prof John Mathers
More information will be available in January 2016.

Pre NuGOweek PhD course

3-5th September 2016, Copenhagen, DK
The 3rd edition of this pre-NuGOweek course will have another theme as the first two editions (Nutrigenomics studies in humans: from epidemiology to interventions). More details will be available in February 2016.

New developments in gut microbiome research

New developments in gut microbiome research
Fall 2016, Norwich, UK
Course leaders: Prof Michael Müller and Dr Alan Walker
More details will be available in March/April 2016

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