BayBioMS advanced mass spectrometry seminar is for everyone interested in mass spectrometry in general and its application at TUM in particular. The aim is to provide a platform for scientific interaction and the opportunity to present your own research project within an interdisciplinary research community.
This seminar is suited for researchers in different fields of life sciences which are interested in applying or already use mass spectrometry for their particular research question; as well as for those who would like to hear more about this technology and its use by other research groups at TUM.
Our next advanced mass spectrometry seminar will take place on 18.01.2023. For more information and registration, please visit here.
In this seminar you will hear more about from our two speakers the following topics:
"The nutritional and host environment determine community ecology and keystone species in a synthetic gut bacterial community" - Anna S. Weiss - Max von Pettenkofer Institute - LMU, Munich
"High-throughput LC-MS/MS MRM metabotyping in infant serum indicates early-life obesity risk patterns"- Susanne Wudy - BayBioMS & Chair of Food Chemistry and Molecular Sensory Science - TUM, Freising