TMIC operates as a distributed network platform through an administrative support team and 8 Nodes
TMIC (The Metabolomics Innovation Centre) was formed in 2011 with the vision of becoming one of the world’s premier metabolomics facilities, offering the widest possible range of cutting-edge, comprehensive, quantitative metabolomic research capabilities and services.
It operates as a distributed network platform through an administrative support team and 8 “Nodes” or laboratories distributed among:
- University of Alberta (UofA – 4 Nodes)
- University of Victoria (UVic – 1 Node)
- McMaster University (1 Node)
- McGill University (1 Node)
- University of Calgary (1 Node)
To improve life through the power of metabolomics.
To catalyze innovation and translate metabolomics from the laboratory to real-world use by creating novel technologies, providing cutting-edge analytic services, sharing foundational data resources, and equipping the next generation of scientists and users. The ultimate goal is to enable the creation of a strong metabolomics industry in Canada and generate social and economic benefits for Canadians.