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Clinical Metabolomics Seminar 2022

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Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen

83 Borgmester Ib Juuls Vej

2730 Herlev

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Once again we are back with clinically oriented seminars in the metabolomics filed. This time part-in person, part-online.

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Once again we are back with clinically oriented seminars in the metabolomics filed. This time part-in person, part-online.

After a great experience with online Clinical Metabolomics Copengahen 2021 online meeting sponsored ny the Novo Nordisk Foundation, we would like to welcome you once again at CLIME.DK seminars. We will mix the online participation with a limited number of guests in person at Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen in Herlev. Topic of this seminars is ”Targeted approach for quantifiable metabolites in the clinics”, where Cristina Legido-Quigley from SDCC, Douglas McCloskey frm DTU and Kajetan Trost from KU will share their insides within targeted metabolomics.

Due to Corona number increasing in Denmark, we have decided to limit the number of participants in Herlev, up to 40, however you are always welcome to join us online. Who will join us at the new SDCC in Herlev is based on first-come-first-served principle. If joining in person, please remeber your Corona Pass, whch will be checked at the entrance and a mask, as you will be at the hospital properties when walking to the seminar room.

If you are unable to join in person, please unsubscribe to make room for other participants.

In case of questions, please email at info@clime.dk

Best wishes,

CLIME.DK

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Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen

83 Borgmester Ib Juuls Vej

2730 Herlev

Denmark

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Organizer of Clinical Metabolomics Seminar 2022

The Danish Clinical Metabolomics network was kick-started during the Clinical Metabolomics Conference in October 2018.

It was born from a desire to meet the needs of this blooming field:

  • a need for more connection between research and clinical practice,
  • a need for people working in the field to find collaborators and get to know what is already possible and ongoing in Denmark and Skåne.

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