MetaboNews May Issue: Pioneer of Widely-Targeted Metabolomics

This May issue of MetaboNews features sponsored content by MetwareBio – Pioneer of Widely-Targeted Metabolomics.

Two metabolomics conferences are coming in June:

The 19th Annual Conference of the Metabolomics Society

It will be held at the Niagara Falls Convention Centre in Niagara Falls, Canada from June 18-22, 2023. Abstract submissions have now closed, however registrations remain open, so come and join us in Niagara Falls to check out the exceptional scientific program. Check the full detail at the website.

The oral program is now finalized, and we are looking forward to offering 24 sessions covering a wide range of topics in contemporary metabolomics research. These include sessions on Cancer, Neurological Disorders and Medicinal Cannabis, Cardiovascular and Metabolic Diseases, Microbiome, Diet and Nutrition, Foodomics and Food Security, New Advances in Lipidomics, Plant Metabolomics, Data Processing and Machine Learning, Data Harmonization and Metabolic Networks, just to name a few.

In addition to the impressive contributed oral program, we are delighted to welcome five exciting plenary speakers: Lorraine Brennan, Marja Lamoree, Gary Patti, Susan Murch and Caroline Johnson plus ten invited keynote speakers: Sonia Anand, Takeshi Bamba, Anne Bendt, Ian Castro-Gamboa, Subhra Chakraborty, Hennicke Kamp, Rachel Kelly, María Eugenia Monge, Scott Smid, and Justin van der Hooft.

4th Annual Canadian Metabolomics Conference (CanMetCon)

This conference will complement the larger 19th Annual Metabolomics Society Conference, being held in Niagara Falls only a few days later, giving attendees access to two world-class conferences only days apart. 4th Annual Canadian Metabolomics Conference (CanMetCon) will focus on scientific themes in “Exposomics”, advancing the understanding of exposures in Medicine, Agriculture/Food/ Cannabis, Environment/Industrial Settings, and Clinical Applications. For more information about our conference, please visit our website at

Dr. Gary W. Miller (Columbia University), Dr. Joerg Bohlmann (University of British Columbia), and Dr. Susan Sumner (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) will join us as plenary speakers.

Dr. Shawn Whitehead (University of Western Ontario), Dr. Jacques Corbeil (Université Laval), Dr. Karl Jobst (Memorial University of Newfoundland), and Dr. Gerald Batist (McGill University) will each deliver a featured lecture on one of the four topics listed above.

TMIC nine node leaders: Dr. Christoph Borchers (McGill Node), Dr. Philip Britz-McKibbin (McMaster Node), Dr. David Goodlett (UVic Node), Dr. James Harynuk (UofA Node), Dr. Tao Huan (UBC Node), Dr. Liang Li (UofA Node), Dr. Dajana Vuckovic (Concordia Node), Dr. David Wishart (Uofa A Node), and Dr. Jianguo (Jeff) Xia (McGill Node) will also present their latest research in metabolomics technologies and exposomics.
In addition to our featured speakers, this conference will host selected speakers from among our registrants, with a few talk spots still available. Ready to share your research?  

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