The 8th Conference of Polish Metabolomic Society
Metabolomics Circle 2021, Katowice, Poland, 17-19.11.2021
On behalf of the Polish Metabolomic Society, as well as the organizer of this year’s edition, the Institute of Chemistry of the University of Silesia in Katowice, we invite you to participate in the 8th Conference entitled “Metabolomics Circle 2021”. It will take place on November 17-19, 2021 in remote mode.
- The final conference program and book of abstracts
- Registration for workshops nos. 2 (Cyclic IMS – Revolutionising metabolomics) and 3 (Taking Lipid Profiling to the next dimension using timsTOF Pro 2):
First register, then log in to your user account. In section “Payments” in your main user panel, please select the option: “Edit additional fees” and choose workshop(s). Workshops are free of charge for conference participants. The number of participants is limited (workshops nos. 2 and 3: up to 40 participants each). We encourage you to register at your earliest convenience.
- Conference dates: 17-19.11.2021 (17.11 – workshops – registration applies – in Polish or English depending on the workshop, 18-19.11 – scientific sessions)
- Mode of the conference: on-line
- Conference language: English (lectures, abstracts, and posters)
- Deadline for submission of abstracts (active participation): 5.11.2021
- Deadline for registration (passive participation): 18.11.2021
- Deadline for submission of articles to the topical collection in Metabolomics (Springer, ISSN 1573-3882, IF = 4.290): 30.06.2022.
- Contact e-mail address: metcircle2021 at us.edu.pl
- Prof. Gertrude Morlock (Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany): Hyphenated HPTLC as an emerging technology in metabolomics
- Prof. Age Smilde (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands): Exploring dynamic metabolomics data with multiway data analysis: A simulation study
- Prof. Roma Tauler (Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research, Spain): Chemometric tools for the analysis of high throughput environmental omics data
- Prof. Johan Trygg (Computational Life Science Cluster (CLiC), Umeå University, Sweden): Chemometrics in metabolomics and metabolic phenotyping
- Prof. Olav Kvalheim (University of Bergen, Norway): A novel approach to handle confounders in multi-collinear data applied to study the relation of a measure of insulin resistance (the HOMA score) to lipoprotein subclass patterns in serum from prepubertal children
- Dr. Tobias Karakach (Dalhousie University, Canada): Employing temporal metabolomics as a gateway to understanding genotype to phenotype relationships
Invited speakers from domestic institutions
- Prof. Bogusław Buszewski (University of Nicolaus Copernicus in Torun): Separations and spectral techniques in characterization and determination of colloids and biocolloids
- Prof. Piotr Młynarz (Wroclaw University of Science and Technology): Breast cancer – metabolomics approach, what we can get?
- Prof. Barbara Bojko (Collegium Medicum, University of Nicolaus Copernicus in Torun): In vivo chemical analysis in clinical practice – benefits vs. challenges
- Prof. Stefan Chłopicki (Jagiellonian Centre for Experimental Therapeutics, Jagiellonian University in Krakow): Pharmacotherapy of endothelial dysfunction – is the altered energy metabolism of vascular wall a novel therapeutic target?
- Prof. Michał Markuszewski (Medical University of Gdańsk): Metabolomic analysis in clinical perspective – challenges and perspectives
- Prof. Wiesław Wiczkowski (Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research Polish Academy of Sciences in Olsztyn): Dietary anthocyanins after absorption achieve targets important from biological point of view
- Prof. Agata Kot-Wasik (Gdańsk University of Technology): Environmental metabolomics as novel approach to study emerging pollutants in water and wastewater
- Dr. Joanna Godzień (Medical University of Bialystok): Is my metabolite annotation good enough?
- Prof. Anna Roszkowska (Medical University of Gdańsk): Sample preparation strategies in clinical and biomedical analysis
(in alphabetical order)
- Prof. Barbara Bojko (Collegium Medicum, University of Nicolaus Copernicus in Torun)
- Prof. Bogusław Buszewski (University of Nicolaus Copernicus in Torun)
- Prof. Michał Ciborowski (Medical University of Bialystok)
- Prof. Michał Daszykowski (University of Silesia in Katowice)
- Dr. Joanna Godzień (Medical University of Bialystok)
- Prof. Agata Kot-Wasik (Gdańsk University of Technology)
- Prof. Michał Markuszewski (Medical University of Gdańsk)
- Prof. Piotr Młynarz (Wroclaw University of Science and Technology)
- Prof. Ivana Stanimirova (University of Silesia in Katowice)
- Dr. Rafał Szewczyk (LabExperts sp z o.o.)
- Prof. Krystyna Tyrpień-Golder (Medical University of Silesia)
- Prof. Wiesław Wiczkowski (Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research Polish Academy of Sciences in Olsztyn)
Publication of articles in Metabolomics journal
Until 30.06.2022, participants of the 8th Conference “Metabolomics Circle 2021” can submit articles to the topical collection. After a successful review procedure, they will be published in Metabolomics (Springer, ISSN 1573-3882, IF = 4.290). Additional information on how to submit the article and the editorial process will be provided at a later date.
Cyclic IMS – Revolutionising metabolomics
The workshop on behalf of Waters will be delivered in English by Susan Slade, Jonathan Fox, and Jakub Ujma. It will take 1.5 hrs. More details about the content can be found here.
Taking Lipid Profiling to the next dimension using timsTOF Pro 2
The profiling of lipids from lipophilic extracts helps to get a deeper understanding in the emergence and progression of many diseases. But this application comes with several challenges like co-eluting isomeric / isobaric lipids or overlapping isotopic patterns. The acquisition of mobility-enhanced data using PASEF on timsTOF Pro 2 enhances the coverage and quality of the data – and with this the total number of compounds that can be annotated.
How easy is it to set up such a lipid profiling project and how do I process the data in MetaboScape software if I want to get standardized high-quality reporting of the annotations?
If you want to learn more about Brukers’ lipid profiling workflow, join us at our virtual demo where we demonstrate the whole workflow from the sample to result.
Registration and registration fee
Registration for the Metabolomics Circle 2021 Conference, selection of workshops and submission of abstracts for already registered participants will be carried out via an external system.
Information on the amount of fees for participants:
- regular domestic participant: 100 PLN
- regular foreign participant: 25 EUR
The fee covers full participation in all scientific sessions and also gives the possibility of free participation in workshops (delivered in polish). The payment should be made no later than December 15, 2021.
Note: Members of the Polish Metabolomic Society who paid the membership fee in 2021 receive a reduction in the fee for participation in the Conference to 60 PLN (15 EUR).
Details for the bank transfer can be found below.
Account number: 74 1050 1214 1000 0007 0000 7909
Account owner: University of Silesia in Katowice
Bank: ING Bank Slaski S.A.
With annotation: MC2021, name and surname of the participant
E-mail: metcircle2021 at us.edu.pl
Many thanks to Prof. Krzysztof Bąk from the Faculty of Arts and Education of the University of Silesia in Katowice for the creation of unique graphics that are used as visual signs of this year’s edition of the Metabolomics Circle 2021 conference.
The virtual panorama of Katowice presents the most characteristic objects and elements of the landscape of Silesia.