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To register for the Metabolomics or Proteomics Workshop, please proceed to either the Credit Card Payment tab or IN Payment tab.  

Click on either the Metabolomics or Proteomics link and follow the instructions.  If you have any questions, please email Katrina Doenges (KATRINA.DOENGES@UCDENVER.EDU).

Please note that your place is not reserved until payment has been received and an email confirmation is sent.​


Metabolomics Workshop, April 17-20, 2018 - Registration opening soon
  • Early Bird Tuition: $2000
  • Regular Tuition:  $2500
  • UCD Affiliate Tuition (all UCs, CHC, VA, CSU, NJH only):  $1872.50
  • SOP Member Tuition: $1605
  • Tuition Includes: Non-Refundable $250 deposit, Printed and Electronic Workshop Manual, Data Flash Drive, Instrument Time, Reagents/Consumables, Instructor Time, Lunches, 1st Day Breakfast and Credit Card Processing Fee.
Please note:  Accommodation, Transportation, and meals other than those listed above are not included.

Payment on statement will show up as University of Colorado”.

Contact Katrina Doenges (KATRINA.DOENGES@UCDENVER.EDU) at 303-724-9243 for questions about registration.

Refund Policy:  Registrants can withdraw from the workshop 14 days prior to the start of the workshop and will be refunded tuition minus the registration fee.  Registrants withdrawing less than 14 days prior to the start of the workshop will lose the entire tuition fee.
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Metabolomics Workshop, April 17-20, 2018—Registration opening soon 
  • UCD Affiliate Tuition (all UCs, CHC, VA, CSU, NJH only): $1750
  • SOP Member Tuition: $1500
  • Tuition Includes: Non-Refundable $250 deposit, Printed and Electronic Workshop Manual, Data Flash Drive, Instrument Time, Reagents/Consumables, Instructor Time, all Lunches and 1st Day Breakfast.
Please Note:  Accommodation, Transportation, and meals other than those listed above are not included.

Refund Policy:  Registrants can withdraw from the workshop 14 days prior to the start of the workshop and will be refunded tuition minus the registration fee.  Registrants withdrawing less than 14 days prior to the start of the workshop will lose the entire tuition fee.

If you didn’t download the form from the registration link, please choose the appropriate form from below and follow the instructions:

Please fill out an IN with Name (“ordering department”), Order Date, Speedtype, Authorized Signature and Total Amount. Click one of links below to access the IN form for the appropriate workshop:
IN Payment Form - Metabolomics

Please send completed form to Katrina Doenges via email (katrina.doenges@ucdenver.edu) or deliver by hand to SOP V20-2460D (2nd floor, North-West side of building).​
There are two (2) local hotels that are popular for visitors to the Anschutz Medical Campus and the Skaggs School of Pharmacy.  Both offer a free airport shuttle, an option for adding on a continental breakfast (for an additional fee) and are approximately 5 miles from campus.  There are also many restaurants to choose from around the area, from walking distance on campus to downtown Denver.  Please feel free to ask the instructors for their favorite local places to grab a bite to eat!

HOTELS:

Cambria Hotel & Suites DIA


16001 E 40th Cir, Aurora, CO 80011

303-576-9600

  • Discounted rate if mention Anschutz Medical Campus ($109/night).
  • Free shuttle service to and from airport upon request.
  • $10 continental breakfast upon request.
  • Approximately 5 miles from Skaggs School of Pharmacy and 11 miles from DIA.
  • For booking, please call number above and mention AMC for special rate.

Renaissance Denver Stapelton Hotel


3801 Quebec St, Denver, CO 80207

303-399-7500

  • Discounted rate if mention Anschutz Medical Campus, School of Pharmacy ($109/night).
  • Free shuttle service to and from airport upon request.
  • $14 continental breakfast upon request (other options available).
  • Approximately 5 miles from Skaggs School of Pharmacy and 17 miles from DIA.
  • For booking, please use website with discount code U74 or contact Tracie Green-Saathoff at Tracie.Green-Saathoff@renaissancehotels.com.

RESTAURANTS: Within Walking Distance of SOP     

Jimmy Johns - 12501 E 17th Ave., 303-366-9000, Sandwiches
Dazbog Coffee - 12501 E 17th Ave., 720-859-0503, Coffee 
Pudge Brothers Pizza - 12501 E 17th Ave., 303-363-9005, NYC-Style Pizza 
Subway - 12501 E 17th Ave., 303-360-7120, Sandwiches 
Chai and Chai - 12501 E 17th Ave., 720-588-0343, Indian
Etai's Bakery Cafe - 12700 E 19th Ave., 303-340-3388, Coffee and Sandwiches  
Cedar Creek Pub - 2100 North Ursula St., 303-537-4210, American and Pub food

A complete list of restaurants will be provided with your welcome packet or upon request​.​
Metabolomics Workshop April 17-20, 2018—Registration opening soon

The Reisdorph Lab is offering Hands-On Workshops at the Skaggs School of Pharmacy on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, CO.  Participants will learn introductory metabolomics or proteomics science and applicable protocols and technologies through a comprehensive, hands-on exploration of typical mass spectrometry-based workflows. Class size is limited to 10 participants to ensure excellent participant:instructor ratios.  Workshops include topics such as experimental design, sample preparation, mass spectrometry basics, data acquisition, advanced technologies, and quantitative analyses.  Over one-half of the workshop is spent in the laboratory performing sample preparation or acquiring/analyzing data on mass spectrometers.  Several lectures and laboratories focus on data analysis strategies.

These workshops are appropriate for individuals with little to no experience in mass spectrometry and/or high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), who desire a comprehensive overview of metabolomics or proteomics, including bioinformatics.  Individuals who are considering incorporating metabolomics or proteomics into their own research would also greatly benefit from these workshops, and include: 

Principal investigators 
Medical Researchers 
Graduate Students and Post-Doctoral Fellows
Mass Spectrometry Core Users
Industry Sales Representatives
Bioinformaticists
Others who need to be familiar with typical metabolomics and proteomics workflows

Days generally begin around 8:30 am and finish around 5:00 pm.  Time is built in during each session for questions and there are review sessions each morning to reflect on what was covered the previous day.  As a conclusion to the workshops, there is a session dedicated to discussing individual projects and metabolomics or proteomics needs one-on-one with Workshop Instructors.  Past participants have found this very helpful to understand how to begin designing their own metabolomics or proteomics workflows and to ask any final questions about what was covered in the Workshops.  

Metabolomics:

Metabolomics is an emerging field that measures the end-products (metabolites) of biological processes. These processes can be affected by environmental, toxicological, pharmacological, dietary, hormonal stimuli, and/or disease state.  Applications for metabolomics studies include biomarker discovery, nutrition studies, food science, microbiome and drug testing, to name a few.

Proteomics:

Proteomics is an established field that measures the proteome, the proteins produced or modified by an organism under specific conditions. As with metabolomics, these conditions can be affected by environmental, pharmacological, dietary, hormonal stimuli, and/or disease state.  Applications for proteomics studies include characterization of proteins, peptide mass mapping, protein identification, drug discovery and biomarker discovery, to name a few.
 
We look forward to working with you!

Keywords:

Metabolomics, Metabonomics, Proteomics, Proteome, Mass Spectrometry, Training, Workshop, Reisdorph, Bioinformatics, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, NMR, Metabolite Profiling, Biomarker

Class/event size: 10 
Waiting list: up to 3​
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 Prep Video and Publications

Watch the video.

Read the publications:

Cruickshank-Quinn C, Quinn KD, Powell R, Yang Y, Armstrong M, Mahaffey S, Reisdorph R, Reisdorph N. Multi-step preparation technique to recover multiple metabolite compound classes for in-depth and informative metabolomic analysis. Journal of Visualized Experiments. 2014;89:e51670. doi: 10.3791/51670; PMCID: PMC4214365.

Yang Y, Cruickshank C, Armstrong M, Mahaffey S, Reisdorph R, Reisdorph N. New sample preparation approach for mass spectrometry-based profiling of plasma results in improved coverage of metabolome. Journal of Chromatography A. 2013;1300:217-26. doi: 10.1016/j.chroma.2013.04.030; PMCID: PMC3734953.

Aebersold, R. and Mann,M. Mass spectrometry-based proteomics. Nature 2003:422:198-207. doi:10.1038/nature01511

Broccardo CJ, Mahaffey SB, Strand M, Reisdorph NA, Leung DY. Peeling off the layers: skin taping and a novel proteomics approach to study atopic dermatitis.  Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.  2009:124(5):1113-5. doi:10.1016/j.jaci.2009.07.057 

Broccardo CJ, Mahaffey S, Schwarz J, Wruck L, David G, Schlievert PM, Reisdorph NA, Leung DY. Comparative proteomic profiling of patients with atopic dermatitis based on history of eczema herpeticum infection and Staphylococcus aureus colonization.  Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.  2011:27(1):186-93.  doi: 10.1016/j.jaci.2010.10.033.

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