National University of Singapore
November 25-26, 2019
Organised by Jerzy Adamski (Helmholtz Zentrum München, Germany) and Anne Bendt and Markus Wenk (National University of Singapore)
This Symposium will address interlaced metabolomic signatures in human health and disease with a focus on circadian rhythm including that on transcriptional and metabolic levels. The event is an ideal place for updates in science and networking. We warmly welcome students, basic scientists and clinical scientists equally.
Registration is now open. Deadline for registration in November 7th.
Please note our social program: a visit to the famous Singapore Night Safari on Tuesday 26. Let us know if you’d like to join. Accompanying partners are welcome, too. Admission fee at own costs.
Please also note the additional bioinformatics workshop which got re-scheduled to 2-4pm on Wed 27th. Let us know if you’d like to join.
Gad Asher, Weizmann Institute, Israel
John C. Chambers, NUS, Singapore
Tan Hong Chang, SingHealth, Singapore
Man-Ho Choi, KIST, Republic of Korea
Kenneth Dyar, HMGU, Germany
Kristin Eckel-Mahan, The University of Texas, USA
Joshua Gooley, Duke-NUS, Singapore
Xueli Guan, NTU, Singapore
Mark Haid, HMGU, Germany
Gabi Kastenmüller, Helmholtz Zentrum München
Jung Eun Kim, NUS, Singapore
Yuki Nakamura, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Kheng Siang Ng, Duke-NUS, Singapore
Daisuke Saigusa , Tohoku University, Japan
Matthias Scheffler, Biocrates Life Sciences, Austria
Debra J. Skene, University of Surrey, UK
Nicolas Taylor, University of Western Australia
Federico Torta, NUS, Singapore
David Virshup, Duke-NUS, Singapore
Wang Yulan, NTU, Singapore