Starting Thursday March 25 from 15.30 to 17.00 CET the Netherlands Metabolomics Centre will organize every two months an online seminar highlighting metabolomics research in the Benelux. This first seminar will present recent technological advances relevant to systems metabolomics and microbiome research.
We will have two main lectures of 20 minutes, by Herman Spaink (Insitute of Biology, Leiden University) on Zebrafish larvae as a high throughput screening system for systems metabolomics and a joint presentation by Farideh Hosseinkhani and Thomas Hankemeier (LACDR, Leiden University) on deciphering the metabolic cross-talk between gut microbiota and the central nervous system. In addition there will be a short presentation, by Joanne Donkers of TNO on Intestine Explant Barrier Chip: a medium throughput microfluidic system to study drug permeability and host-microbe interactions in ex vivo intestinal tissue. The discussion will be chaired by Thomas Hankemeier.
Please fill out this form to register for this online event (free of charge) and we will provide you with ZOOM link to participate in the seminar!