Call for courses
NuGOweek 2017
Course report: Introduction to nutritional metabolomics
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NuGO NEWSLETTER Nr 21, 3/2017

Call for ideas for PhD courses to be organised in the fall 2017 and 2018.

We would like to receive suggestions for PhD courses. A suggested course could be one already existing in your organisation, for example 'Advanced Proteomics'  organised in Wageningen and 'Introduction to Nutritional Metabolomics' organised in Copenhagen. It could also be a course you would like to organise as it matches with the expertise of your group. If the course fits in the NuGO context we will support you with 8-10 course grants and 2 sponsored NuGO speakers. The total funding will be max. 5000€.

Deadline is Monday May 15th, 2017. Please include a in description of the course, how this topic matches with the interest of NuGO and suggested speakers. The proposal should be send to

NuGOweek 2017
Molecular nutrition - understanding how food influences health
28 - 31st August 2017, Varna, Bulgaria

Registration, abstract submission & booking accommodation are open.

We encourage you to register and book your accommodation now! It's high season in Bulgaria at the time of NuGOweek 2017. The venue of NuGOweek 2017 is the Palace Hotel. Invited speakers and staff will stay in this hotel. 

In the registration form you can find the field "Special Request". In this field you can inform us about:
  1. Payment details
    Please inform us as well if you would like:
    •to pay by credit card
    •to receive an invoice
    •to receive a receipt during registration
    •no invoice/receipt needed
    For payment options please check [here]
  2. Your attendance and special dietary needs for:
    •Welcome reception on August 28;
    •Gala dinner on August 30
Separately you can book your accommodation [here]. Please include your invoicing details. The invoice will be available for you during check-in and should be paid upon arrival.

"Introduction to Nutritional Metabolomics" in Denmark

The Introduction to nutritional metabolomics course provided us with useful introductory knowledge on metabolomics, and sparked our interest in doing further metabolomics research. However, since we had no prior knowledge on the topic, the course was very compact and labor-intensive. It was challenging both the overall picture of the workflow, whilst simultaneously performing hands-on analysis using specific softwares. Nevertheless, we had a great time, and got to know scientists from other fields that may open for later collaboration. Visit [report] to read the full report.
Sunniva Veen Larsen & Jacob Juel Christensen, University of Oslo
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