Introduction to Metabolomics for the Environmental Scientist course
5-6 December 2016 (Monday - Tuesday)
University of Birmingham
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NERC-funded bursaries were available to attend the Advanced Training Short Course, an Introduction to Metabolomics for the Environmental Scientist, 5-6 December 2016 at the University of Birmingham, UK.
This training course was run by NERC Biomolecular Analysis Facility - Birmingham (NBAF-B) in partnership with the Birmingham Metabolomics Training Centre.
The course introduced environmental scientists to applying metabolomics in their research via a combination of case studies, short practical demonstrations and lectures. During the course there was a tour of the NERC Biomolecular Analysis Facility - Birmingham and a session dedicated to Working with NBAF-B and applying for pilot grant funding.
Priority was given to NERC funded scientists, including NERC PhD students, NERC postdoctoral research assistants, NERC fellows, principal and co-investigators who currently held NERC funding. For these applicants, bursaries were available to cover the full cost of the course, one night of accommodation and up to £100 towards travel costs.
Further details are available on the University of Birmingham website - external link.
Please direct any questions to Dr Cate Winder or Corina Filipescu at email@example.com.