Separation Science in Metabolomics

26 April 2019 13:00-17:00, London, United Kingdom

On 26 April 2019 the South East Region Analytical Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry (SERAD) will be hosting a free half day meeting in collaboration with the London Metabolomics Network
 The event – starting at 1 pm at Burlington House (Piccadilly, London) – will showcase some techniques that are perhaps not the most commonly used and yet can easily be exploited in the metabolomics world to improve our results, most notably our identifications and quantifications.
   Together with our keynote speaker – Prof. Ian Wilson from Imperial College London – specialists in the techniques of ion mobility (Dr Hannah Florance, Agilent), supercritical fluid chromatography (Dr Joost Brandsma, University of Southampton), and GCxGC (Dr Alan Griffiths, Leco) will give talks on the science behind these techniques and how they may be used in the modern metabolomics world.

   The talks will be followed by a panel discussion Q&A session. Please submit your question to for your chance to win a £50 prize for ‘Best Question’ (as selceted by the LMN committee). Note: to be eligible for the prize, you must be in attendance at the meeting.
The Royal Society of Chemistry

The Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BA, United Kingdom

  • Derek Stevenson SERAD, United Kingdom
  • Birthe Nielsen SERAD, United Kingdom
  • Nicola Gray LMN, United Kingdom
  • James Macrae LMN, United Kingdom

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South East Region Analytical Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry
London Metabolomics Network
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