This May issue of MetaboNews features sponsored content by MetwareBio – Pioneer of Widely-Targeted Metabolomics. And two metabolomics conferences are coming in June.
The Young Researchers of the MANA Conference 2022 are featured in a mini-series of MetaboInterviews in the November issue of MetaboNews.
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.
The SpOtLight Article on the “Reporting Standards for Quality Control Samples in Untargeted Metabolic Phenotyping” by Jennifer Kirwan and Ian Wilson on behalf of the Metabolomics Quality Assurance & Quality Control Consortium (mQACC) Reporting Standards Working Group.
MetaboInterview with Dr. Hiroshi Tsugawa from Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology in Japan. He has worked on a field of research, computational mass spectrometry (CompMS), to deepen the understanding of complex biological system of interest.
MetaboInterview with Dr. Nadja Cech from the University of North Carolina Greensboro. Dr. Cech had to make a decision between metabolomics and the Rocky Mountains, let’s check how was her decision!
MetaboInterview with Dr. Masanori Arita from RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science (CSRS), Japan. He is among the founding members of the International Metabolomics Society.
One of the most interesting immersions into the history and the progress of metabolomics science
Summer bonus in July issue: meet four Metabolomics Society Award recipients