Metabolomics Symposium: Metabolome Analysis Made Simple
Thursday, May 2nd, 2019
Start Time: 
10:00 AM
End Time: 
3:30 PM
Location / Facility: 
Biotechnology Building G10


9:30 am — 10:00 am    Coffee/Registration                
10:10 am — 10:50 am    Jason Cole, Thermo Application Scientist: ”Using high-resolution GC-MS for untargeted metabolomics and unknown compound identification.”
10:50 am — 11:20 am    Elad Tako, Research Physiologist, USDA-ARS, Courtesy Assistant Professor, Dept of Food Science, and Division of Nutritional Sciences: “The Linoleic Acid: Dihomo-γ-Linolenic Acid Ratio (LA:DGLA) — an emerging biomarker of Zn status.”
11:20 am — 12:00 pm   Gregory Michael Peck, Assistant Professor of Horticulture: “Chemotypic profiling of cider apples in the USDA’sMalus germplasm collection.”
12:00 pm — 1:00 pm     Lunch        
1:00 pm — 1:30 pm    Reiko Kiyonami, Thermo Application Scientist: “Born to conquer the tougher metabolomics challenges: high throughput identification of novel tomato flavonoids by IDX technology.”
1:30 pm — 2:00 pm    Jocelyn Rose, Professor of Plant Biology: “Tracking the profiles and subcellular distribution of flavonoids in tomato fruit.”
2:00 pm — 2:15 pm    Coffee Break        
2:15 pm — 2:45 pm    John P. Loftus, Assistant Professor, Small Animal Internal Medicine: “Metabolomic investigation of canine hepatocutaneous syndrome.”
2:45 pm — 3:15 pm    Joseph McFadden, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Animal Science: “The bovine lipidome revealed: Lessons learned in sphingolipid and glycerophospholipid biology during metabolic disease.” 

Lunch provided — RSVP at or 585-944-6356

Biotechnology Resource Center (BRC)
Institute of Biotechnology
Metabolomics Facility