NuGO is an Association of Universities and Research Institutes focusing on the joint development of the research areas of molecular nutrition, personalised nutrition, nutrigenomics and nutritional systems biology

Workshop: Nutrigenetics for precision nutrition and lifestyle medicine, 26th September 2017, Aberdeen, UK

An educational workshop supported and organised by Robert Gordon University and the Micronutrients Genomics Project (MGP). Venue: Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre. Workshop’s attendees can benefit of a 10% discount on registration to ICMAN/IUPHAR conference from 27-29th September 2017. For more information and registration visit the conference website at:

NuGOweek 2017, Updated programme

NuGO newsletter nr 28, final programme NuGOweek 2017, now available

NuGO newsletter nr 28 is now available. Included are: Final programme NuGOweek including 2 new invited speakers and the selected orals

NuGO grants to join the 5th Nutrition Winter School

The 5th Nutrition Winter School has as theme "Breaking barriers: Gut, brain, bugs – and beyond". Of this 4.5 day programme the last day is shaped as a ‘NuGO symposium’, the focus is big data, personalized nutrition/n-of-1 studies and gut microbiota. NuGO will make 8 travel grants available for PhDs and postdocs (< 3 years after obtaining the PhD). Visit: for more information about the course, the symposium and grants. For an update on our courses and grants visit:

Job offer at UCD: Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Level 1

The Nutritional Metabolomics group at UCD Institute of Food and Health is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow to work on an ERC funded project called ‘A-DIET’. The project focuses on the use and development of metabolomics for Food Biomarkers. Closing date: 1 September 2017. For more information and application visit: search for reference no. 009566

NuGOweek pre-course: Advances in the use of new technologies in molecular nutrition studies, 26-28 August 2017, Varna, BG

The objective of the course is to communicate the opportunities of technologies such as metabolomics, dried blood spots, deep phenotyping, mobile analysis technologies, and handling of big data (bioinformatics). The presentations will be based on both on good and bad experiences, how you collect, analyze and interpret large amounts of omics-data in nutrition studies. For more information and registration visit []

Past EU-funded projects with NuGO as partner >>