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13C Fluxomics

Scope: international
Objective: The aim of this one week session is to assist scientist in the analysis of their metabolic profiles. Trainee is fully integrated in a computational biologists team and can directly interact with them on a daily basis. The objective is to reach autonomy on the usage of metabolomics data analysis in the context of genome scale network. Participants, in agreement with trainers, have to prepare their data prior to their venue to allow efficient training.
Audience: Scientists seeking training in 13C fluxomic experimentation
Number of participants: from 3 to 10
Duration: One week
Fees:
Dates and place of the next session:
dates on request, place : Toulouse
Programme:
Module 1: Metabolic networks and Fluxomics in systems biology
Objective of training: Deliver an overview of the theorical aspects of metabolic network and fluxomics analyses in the field of systems biology.
Module 2: Experience with 13C labelling
Objective of training : Deliver up to date training on sample preparation for analysis of metabolic flux
Module 3: Contribution of Mass Spectrometry in Fluxomics
Objective of training: Deliver up to date training on the basics and analytical technology developments of mass spectrometry analysis for Fluxomics
Module 4 : Contribution of NMR in Fluxomics
Objective of training : Deliver a training on the basics and analytical technology developments of nuclear magnetic resonance analysis for Fluxomics
Module 5 : Flux calculations
Objective of training : Deliver a training on the structure of a metabolic mathematical model and on theuseofinflux_s software utilization for flux calculations
module 6: High Throughput fluxomics
Objective of training: Introduce the basis on the high throughput approaches for fluxomics and present the different robotic systems available on the platform.
Contact: floriant.bellvert@insa-toulouse.frlindsay.peyriga@insa-toulouse.frWebsite: metatoul.fr
Support: MetaToul

2016 "On request"

Lipidomics

Scope: International
Objective: The aim of this formation is to have the theoritical and practical basis to be able to analyse and quantify the main family of lipid (Fatty acid,  neutral lipids, abundant phospholipids and sphingolipids).The formation can be adapted on request to minor compound such as eicosanoides, isoprostanoin, oxysterols...
Audience: scientist interested in lipid analysis : student, engineer, researcher
Number of participants: 3-5 participants
Duration: 3 to 5 days depending of the program
Fees: depending on the training
Dates and place of the next session: on request, Toulouse, France
Programme: theoretical course for one day, 1 days sample preparation, 1 to 3 days for data processing and quantification.
Contact: justine.bertrand-michel@inserm.fr
Website: http://www.metatoul.fr/
Support: Metatoul

2016 "On request"

e-MetaboHUB: W4M, MetExplore, NMRProcFlow, PeakForest


MetExplore - Metabolomics data analysis in the context of metabolic networks

Scope: international
Objective: The aim of this training is to provide theoretical background and hands on session on metabolomics data analysis in the context of metabolic pathways and networks. All the steps allowing to go from a list of metabolites to the extraction of a significant sub-network are addressed. Background on genome scale metabolic network and graph algorithms is provided to trainees.
Audience: Scientists interested in making sense of their metabolic profiles.
Number of participants: from 10 to 30.
Duration: Training can be adapted to last from 3 hours to 2 days.
Fees: depends on the training.
Dates and place of the next session: February 9th to 13th 2017, EMBO training on metabolomics data analysis (Hinxton, UK).
Programme: The main tool used is MetExplore (www.metexplore.fr) but other online resources like KEGG or CTS (Chemical Translation Service) are covered.
Contact: metexplore@toulouse.inra.fr
Support: MetaboHUB, RFMF

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9 to 13 February 2017

Workflow4Experimenters (W4E): Using Galaxy and the Workflow4metabolomics infrastructure to analyse your metabolomics data sets (joint training from IFB and MetaboHUB)

Scope: international
Objective: Pre-processing, statistical analysis, and annotation of metabolomics data is a complex task. The Workflow4metabolomics online infrastructure provides a user-friendly and high-performance environment with advanced computational modules for building, running, and sharing complete workflows for LC-MS, GC-MS, and NMR analysis (Giacomoni et al, 2015)
Audience: LC-MS, GC-MS and NMR experimenters (e.g. biologists, chemists)
Number of participants: 25
Duration: 1 week
Fees: 750 € (academia) and 1500 € (industry)
Dates and place of the next session: 29 May to 02 June 2017, Pasteur Institute (Paris)
Programme: During this one-week course, participants will learn how to use the W4M infrastructure to analyze their own dataset. Morning sessions will be dedicated to methodology and tools. Afternoon sessions will be devoted to tutoring.
Contact: contact@workflow4metabolomics.org
Website: http://workflow4metabolomics.org/Support: IFB, MetaboHUB, RFMF, ELIXIR

29 May - 02 June 2017

MetExplore personal training

Scope: international
Objective: The aim of this one week session is to assist scientist in the analysis of their metabolic profiles. Trainee is fully integrated in a computational biologists team and can directly interact with them on a daily basis. The objective is to reach autonomy on the usage of metabolomics data analysis in the context of genome scale network. Participants, in agreement with trainers, have to prepare their data prior to their venue to allow efficient training.
Audience: individual scientists willing to get autonomy on network analysis.
Number of participants: 1
Duration: few days to one week
Fees: 2500 € (academia) 5000 € (industry)
Dates and place of the next session: on request
Programme: MetExplore and Cytoscape
Contact: Fabien.Jourdan@inra.fr
Website: www.metexplore.frSupport: INRA

2016 "On request"