8th Munich Metabolomics Symposium

Munich

8th Munich Metabolomics Symposium

Applications of clinical metabolomics in oncology and cardiovascular diseases

November 12th, 2021
9:00 am – 6:00 pm CEST
3:00 am – 12:00 pm EST

 

 

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Agenda

9:00 am
Oncology & Immunology – Part 1

Keynote lecture: Gut microbiome: myths and metabolites
Prof. Dr. Hannelore Daniel

Kit-based plasma metabolome profiling in a large-scale cohort and its application to cancer biomarker discovery
Prof. Eiji Hishinuma

Ketogenic diet in an melanoma mouse model
Daniela Weber, M.Sc.

The cachexia lipidome – a novel role of modified ceramides in cancer
Dr. Maria Rohm

10:40 am
Break

11:00 am
Oncology & Immunology – Part 2

Metabolic activation of T cells – driver of liver disease in NASH
Prof. Dr. Percy A. Knolle

Metabolic rewiring in primary immunotherapy resistance in NSCLC
PD Dr. Andreas Pircher, PhD

Association of cholesterol metabolism with breast cancer risk and survival
Dr. Renée Turzanski-Fortner

Immunometabolic principles of long-term disease control in chronic inflammatory disorders
PD Dr. Konrad Aden

The lipidome as component of Multi-Omics analyses in the deep characterization of immune-mediated diseases
Dr. Robert Gurke & Dr. Michaela Köhm

1:05 pm
Break

2:00 pm
Cardiometabolic disease – part 1

The potential of metabolomics in biomedical research and personalized medicine: introductory lecture from the German Society of Metabolism Research
Prof. Dr. Jerzy Adamski

Using machine learning for the early prediction of chronic kidney disease
Dr. Rui Wang-Sattler

Metabolic Signature of Arrhythmogenic Cardiomyopathy
Dr. Chiara Volani

Microbiome signatures – from correlation to function
Prof. Dr. Dirk Haller

3:40 pm
Break

4:00 pm
Cardiometabolic disease – part 2

Determining Metabolic traits in the realm of chronic disease
Prof. Dr. Samuel Matthias Meier-Menches

Atlas of exercise Metabolism reveals time-dependent signatures of Metabolic homeostasis
Dr. Kenneth Dyar

Metabolic biomarker discovery in chronic kidney diseases
Prof. Dr. Helena Zacharias

Physiological extremes of the human blood metabolome at rest and after exercise
Daniela Schranner

5:40 pm
Closing remarks and social get-together

Keynote speaker

Hannelore Daniel

Prof. Dr. Hannelore Daniel

Technical University Munich, Germany

Confirmed speakers

Florence Raynaud Pharma Webinar

Dr. Jerzy Adamski

Metaron Diagnostics, Munich, Germany

Konrad Aden

PD Dr. Konrad Aden

Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel, University Hospital Schleswig Holstein, Campus Kiel, Germany

Kenneth Dyar

Dr. Kenneth Dyar

Helmholtz Zentrum Munich, Germany

Robert Gurke

Dr. Robert Gurke

Fraunhofer ITMP Frankfurt, Germany

Dirk Haller

Prof. Dr. Dirk Haller

Technical University Munich, Germany

Daniela Schranner

Prof. Eiji Hishinuma

Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan

PercyKnolle

Prof. Percy A. Knolle, MD

Technical University of Munich, Germany

PercyKnolle

Dr. Michaela Köhm

Fraunhofer ITMP Frankfurt, Germany

Samuel Meier-Menches

Prof. Dr. Samuel M. Meier-Menches

University of Vienna and Medical University Vienna, Austria

Andreas Pircher

PD Dr. Andreas Pircher, PhD

Medical University of Innsbruck, Austria

Maria Rohm

Dr. Maria Rohm

Helmholtz Zentrum Munich, Institute for Diabetes and Cancer, HMGU, Germany

Daniela Schranner

Daniela Schranner

Helmholtz Zentrum Munich,
Technical University of Munich, Germany

Renee Turzanski Fortner

Dr. Renée Turzanski-Fortner

German Center for Cancer Research, Heidelberg, Germany

Chiara Volani

Dr. Chiara Volani

European Academy of Bolzano, Italy

Rui Wang-Sattler

Dr. Rui Wang-Sattler

Helmholtz Zentrum Munich, German Research Center for Environmental Health, Germany

Daniela Weber

Daniela Weber, M.Sc.

Paracelsus Medical University Hospital, Salzburg, Austria

Helena Zacharias

Prof. Dr. Helena Zacharias

Kiel University, Germany