Metabolomics Training


Metabolomics is the fastest growing area of life sciences and involves the systematic study of the small molecular metabolites in a cell, tissue, biofluid or cell culture media that are the tangible result of cellular processes or responses to an environmental stress. The main goal of metabolomics is to identify a list of differentially regulated metabolites for use in biomarker discovery, pathway analysis, model construction, and scientific literature.


The objective of this course is to acquaint the learner with emerging trends in metabolomics as well as equip him with skills for generating and interrogating metabolomic data. The course is ideal for students and researchers working in the pharma, biotech, food, and agricultural industries. In this course, students receive hands-on trainng on:

  • Experimental design of metabolomics studies
  • Sample preparation including extraction, chromatography, and ionization efficiency maximization
  • Generation of raw metabolomic LC/MS or GC/MS data
  • Pre-processing data analysis including conversion of raw data to the mXMZL format, feature detection, retention time correction and statistical analysis
  • Metabolite identification
  • Hypothesis testing
  • Experimental validation

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Books and tutorials are available in both printed format and as e-books.

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