A New Concept in Metabolic Studies: How Personalized 'Sportomics' Bridges Bench and Clinical Science
24 Jul 2014

In this webinar, Prof. L. C. Cameron will describe a novel, sportomics approach to studying exercise-induced changes in the human metabolome. Discover new solutions to analyzing small data sets, and discover how the sportomics approach can bridge the gap between bench top and clinical science, furthering our understanding of hypermetabolic disease states.

Learn how you can

•  Use exercise as a model to understand pathological responses.
•  Develop different data analysis strategies for the analysis of metabolomics data.
•  Use mass spectrometry as a targeted and non-targeted tool, and optimize laboratory techniques 'in-field'.
•  Understand and monitor an individual's metabolome in order to improve health and performance.

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