With funding of $663,000, Brain Canada and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) are delighted to support the research projects of Dr. Liang Li in studying Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
TMIC is an academic Lab with ISO Certifications
TMIC is operated as an academic lab at a competitive price. Yet, we also have secured certifications and remain committed to pursuing additional certifications to provide assurance to clients regarding the quality of projects entrusted to us. We aim to be the one-stop provider for metabolomics projects, offering a guarantee of quality and instilling confidence in the outcomes delivered.
Current topics in metabolomics and exposomics – focusing specifically on advancing the understanding of exposures in Medicine, Agriculture/Food/Cannabis, Environment/Industrial Settings, and Clinical Applications.
TMIC is proud to be an integral part of Life Sciences Week 2023 and maintains a strong and collaborative relationship with API in advancing the frontiers of life sciences research and innovation.
Dr. Dajana Vuckovic (Concordia University) and her collaborators have been awarded $500,000 under the Discovery Horizons grants to improve the sampling of oxylipins and peptide hormones.
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
In TMIC, we use cutting-edge technologies and equipment to provide analytical services that are assisting the food and beverage industry to produce higher quality, more sustainable, and improved nutritious food.
High-coverage quantitative metabolomics publications utilizing CIL LC-MS method developed by Dr. Liang Li’s Node
Interview with TMIC young scientists who were awarded at the 4th Annual MANA Conference. Let’s get to know who they are and learn more about their research