OMH runs meetings and other events to help researchers share expertise and knowledge, with the aim of encouraging new interactions and collaborations. This includes the OMH Annual Symposium and events run by the OMH Researchers' Association.
OMH Symposium 2020
We have an excellent and diverse range of speakers including Lisa Heather and Vlad Vyazovskiy (DPAG), Fredrik Karpe (OCDEM), Michael Holmes (NDPH) and Jethro Johnson (Kennedy Institute) lined up for this year's virtual event. Sessions will be scheduled from Tuesday 30 June - Friday 3 July and content will be mostly live presentations with pre-recorded talks where the speakers are unable to join us on the day. We are delighted that Dr Erika Pearce from the Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics is able to join us as the keynote speaker.
Are you a postdoc, RA, fellow or student? If so, we’d like to hear about your research and promote it at the symposium, either as an oral presentation or as a ‘flash talk’. To be included, send in your abstract as soon as possible – the deadline is Tuesday 9 June. Abstracts can be on any aspect of ‘metabolism and health’ and for work already presented elsewhere or for new work. Details of what to submit are available here.
To register for the symposium, please complete this form by Thursday 25 June.
Metabolomics Data Processing, Analysis and Visualisation Workshop
*Postponed but we are hoping to run this as a virtual event later in the year. Details to follow*
Tuesday 21 April, 10.30-4.00, Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics
- Lectures and hands-on sessions run by Professor James McCullagh and colleagues from the Department of Chemistry exploring the tools and approaches used for processing, analysis and interpretation of mass spectrometry data for metabolomics applications.
- Suitable for those new to the field and with some experience.
- Please bring your own laptop with Eduroam access.
The workshop will be offered to 15 participants. Because the number is limited, we are asking everyone to provide brief details about their level of experience and how the workshop will benefit them when they register. We will use this information to select participants with a similar level of experience and with a broad spectrum of interests if there is more demand than space. We hope that we will be able to provide additional opportunities in the future is demand is high.
To register your interest, please complete this form.
See the Past events page for details of all previous OMH events.