Inaugural speech Metabolomics: from small molecules to big possibilities
On April 10th 2019 Peter Lindenburg, professor Metabolomics at Leiden University of Applied Sciences, will hold his inaugural speech Metabolomics: from small molecules to big possibilities. In his speech Peter will discuss:
- why metabolomics is important for studying biological processes on a systems level
- how to apply metabolomics in practice
- why modern analytical chemistry is the driving force behind metabolomics
The main language at the inaugural speech is Dutch.
Program inaugural speech
|3:45 PM||Introduction by Agnita Mur, Member Executive Board, University of Applied Sciences Leiden|
|3:50 PM||Welcom by Patrick Pijnenburg, director Faculty of Science & Technology, University of Applied Sciences Leiden|
|3:55 PM||Inaugural speech Metabolomics: from small molecules to big possibilities
by Peter Lindenburg, professor Metabolomics, University of Applied Sciences Leiden
|4:40 PM||Closing - drinks and bites|
National Symposium Metabolomics in Practice 2019
At the same day, prior to the inaugural speech, you can also join the National Symposium Metabolomics in Practice. By organizing this symposium, the research group Metabolomics aims to provide with a platform where professionals and students can meet and interact.
If you have any questions about the inaugural speech or the symposium, please contact Willeke de Boer via firstname.lastname@example.org.