NuGO’s 50 edition of the newsletter is available here. In this newsletter you will find news from the NuGO office with respect to Covid-19 issues, the postgraduate course (on-line), next webinar on 31 July 2020, Oslo-Met, our new member and the NuGO annual report 2019
NuGO ECN are pleased to run a special webinar on the theme of our recently announced initiative to create a nutrigenomics collection for the unique journal, Frontiers for Young Minds.
To launch this exciting initiative, we have invited Will Savage of Frontiers for Young Minds, to join the NuGO ECN committee to talk about the work of the journal, share tips on writing for a younger audience and respond to your questions. For more information and registration click here.
Dietary Biomarker Symposium: Advances, Challenges, and Future Directions in Food Biomarker Research, 16 November 2020
Monday, November 16, 2020, 8:00AM-2:05PM EST (Irish time: 13:00-19:05), Event Details & Registration (for free) here: https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutrition/dietarybiomarker-symposium-2020/
Postdoc position at Human Nutrition Unit, INRAE, Clermont-Ferrand, FR & Charité University Hospital, Berlin, DE
INRAE is looking for a postdoc who has training and skills focused on biology with a particular interest in metabolism, metabolomics and epidemiology. Knowledge of statistics (univariate, multivariate, clustering, predictive models) and metabolomics data analysis and treatment are also requested. The training of various skills (biochemistry, nutrition) within a transdisciplinary project supervised by several specialists should be a central motivation of the candidate. Fluency in English is required. For more information about this job click here
The 17th edition of the NuGOweek will be postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic till September 2021. The NuGOweek 2021 will be held in Tarragona, Spain. The title of the 17th edition is “Bioactive food components for disease prevention: omics approaches”. Photo: Patronat Municipal de Turisme de Tarragona _ Manuel R. Granell
The project will involve working with Health & Happiness Group to develop new metabolomic based methods to characterise composition and function of key products. It will involve method development and application of methods to enhance our understanding of the composition of food products and link this with key functional properties. For more information visit our job offer page here