Modelling human metabolism
Date & time: 2 October 2018, 10:00 - 12:00 & 13:30 - 15:30
- Room: Fluor
Prof. dr. Ilja Arts
Prof. dr. Natal van Riel
Are you involved in mechanistic modelling of human metabolism? We believe that by joining forces, we can greatly accelerate progress in this field. Please join us in this workshop to discuss the concepts, methods, opportunities, and challenges in the field.
We aim to create a multidisciplinary platform to address how metabolic modelling can answer important scientific questions and contribute to applications in healtcare and nutrition, and what needs to be done to achieve this. The result of this workshop will be a community-agreed research agenda for the (near) future.
The workshop (max. 50 participants) will consist of two sessions of two hours each, starting with short presentations outlining approaches used, challenges identified, and collaborations needed, followed by longer, moderated discussions.
- Morning session (10:00-12:00): Which approaches are currently used to model human metabolism, what are the challenges, and what is needed to address these.
- Afternoon session (13:30-15:30): What are novel developments in data generation of human metabolism. How can we use the full potential of metabolic modelling to address important scientific questions and applications in disease, nutrition, and drug metabolism.
Researchers from various relevant communities (e.g., modellers, experimentalists, clinicians)
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