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Upcoming Events

    • 26 Mar 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM (MDT)
    • New Belgium Brewery
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    Event Schedule
    Dinner:  6:00-7:00 pm
    Oral Presentation:  7:00-8:00 pm
    Title: Development of Integrated Computational and Empirical Tools to Address the Metabolomics Grand Challenges of Confident Metabolite Identification and Increased Depth-of-Coverage
     

    Photo of Dr. Lloyd Sumner

    Speaker

    Dr. Lloyd Sumner is a Professor of Biochemistry and the director of the Metabolomics Center at the University of Missouri. The research focus of the Sumner lab includes the development of cutting-edge technologies for large-scale biochemical profiling of plant metabolites and integrating these with transcriptomics. These technologies are then applied in a symbiotic manner for plant gene discovery, gene characterization and the elucidation of mechanistic responses to external stimuli; especially related to plant specialized metabolism or plant natural products biosynthesis.

    Abstract

    The vast utility of metabolomics is well documented in the literature; however, its full scientific promise has not yet been realized due to multiple technical challenges. These grand challenges include large-scale confident chemical identification of metabolites and greater depth of coverage.  We have developed sophisticated spectral, computational and integrated experimental metabolomics tools for the systematic and biologically directed annotation of plant metabolomes and for greater metabolome depth of coverage.  This presentation will describe a UHPLC-QTOF-MS/MS mass spectral library, custom software entitled Plant Metabolite Annotation Toolbox (PlantMAT) and sophisticated UHPLC-timsTOF-MS/MS and UHPLC-QTOF-MS-SPE-NMR instrumental ensembles that are being used for ‘sequencing’ the first plant metabolomes.

         
    Location

    New Belgium Brewery

    500 Linden St.

    Fort Collins, Colorado

    Parking

    Primary parking is available in the Matrix lot at the northwest corner of Linden and Buckingham Streets (follow the signs). On-street guest parking is available along Linden Street and Buckingham thru 1st Street.

    Come early and take a brewery tour! Reserve a spot here.

Recent Past Events

26 Sep 2018 CBMSS Fall 2018 Meeting
19 Jul 2018 CBMSS Summer 2018 Meeting
01 Mar 2018 CBMSS Spring 2018 Meeting
26 Sep 2017 CBMSS Fall 2017 Meeting
03 May 2017 CBMSS Spring 2017 Meeting
24 Oct 2016 Fall 2016 CBMSS Meeting
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