Metabolomics is a rapidly growing field that has the potential to advance our understanding of human diseases and how individuals respond to therapy. Below are the training programs supported by the NIH Metabolomics program. More information is also available at: http://www.metabolomicsworkbench.org/training/index.html
A variety of metabolomics training and education resources are now available from members of the Metabolomics program consortium online at the Metabolomics Workbench.
Training media includes Tutorials, Videocasts, Online Courses, and Workshop Materials that span a general metabolomics introduction to advanced metabolomics techniques and technologies.
This R25 grant program supports the development of innovative courses or workshops to educate students and investigators who wish to receive training in the field of metabolomics. The ultimate goal of these programs is to prepare investigators to advance the use of metabolomics in translational research and to support highly interdisciplinary teams that are conducting metabolomic studies.
- Annual Workshops on Metabolomics from the University of Alabama at Birmingham
- Metabolomics in Medicine . Online instruction and other resources at this site will help researchers and clinicians to catch up with the rapid pace of development in the metabolomic sciences. Developed by Martin Kohlmeier from the University of North Carolina.
- Metabolomics Workbench Training Resources
It is critical to have highly trained individuals who understand the field of metabolomics and can work and communicate with clinicians and other health professionals to perform, analyze and interpret the data obtained from metabolomic studies. This NIH Mentored Research Scientist Development Award provides salary and research support for postdoctoral and clinical fellows or new investigators to pursue intensive research training in the field of metabolomics under the guidance of an experienced mentor who has an established research record in metabolomics.
Training at the RCMRCs aims to increase the national capacity for utilizing metabolomics in biomedical research. To facilitate the biological and clinical application of metabolomics, technology service cores, pilot/feasibility projects, training activities, and outreach activities will be supported.
NIH West Coast Metabolomics Center at UC Davis (WC3MRC)
Michigan Regional Comprehensive Metabolomics Research Core (MRC)2
NIH Eastern Regional Comprehensive Metabolomics Resource Core at RTI International (RTI RCMRC)
Southeast Center for Integrated Metabolomics (SECIM)
Resource Center for Stable Isotope-Resolved Metabolomics (RC-SIRM)
Metabolomics Core at Mayo Clinic