Ryland Giebelhaus, a Ph.D. student under the supervision of Dr. James Harynuk has been awarded with Doctoral Research Award: Canada Graduate Scholarships, with a total of $105.000 over three years.
The term “extracellular vesicles” (EVs) is relatively new in the field of science. What are the EVs and what is their role? Can EVs serve as a good biomarker? Find your answers here
Gas chromatography (GC) is a popular tool for metabolomics research. For discovery work in the areas of volatile and semi-volatile analysis.
Congratulations to Dr. Wishart! His metabolomics research spans many areas including biomarker discovery, technology development & informatics.
Are you curious about the clinical and medical applicability of metabolomics assays? We will discuss based on our recent metabolomics publications related to this setting.
This summary reviews recent publications by Dr. Wishart’s lab, and highlights the most popular assays by this Node
MetaboInterview with Dr. Caroline Johnson, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences at Yale School of Public Health. Her lab’s research focus is to develop a deeper understanding of sex-specific differences in metabolism that influence colorectal cancer etiology, progression, and response to therapeutics.
Recent publications related to the bio-medical applications, including publication co-authors by two of our Nodes
This project, utilizing TMIC’s global lipidomics analysis, revolved around the novel neurotransmitter, D-serine. D-amino acids have emerged as essential molecules in mammalian biology, with D-serine being a product of the enzyme Serine Racemase.
Highlights of our most popular metabolomics assays: targeted and untargeted, with absolute or relative quantitation