With more than 20 hours of cutting-edge science in the rearview mirror, it’s time to reflect on our recent “Pan-cohort studies – The future of population health” event.
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Epidemiology is the study of the distribution and determinants of health and disease conditions in populations. It is a vital science branch of public health that helps us understand the patterns and causes of health problems and how they can be prevented.
Recap of the 8th Munich Metabolomics Symposium, November 12th, 2021
Brain cholesterol metabolism is altered in Alzheimer’s Disease.
Chronic kidney disease and impaired renal function shown to be associated with a variety of metabolites, suggesting the involvement of several metabolic pathways in the disease pathophysiology.
Population-based cohort study reveals link between proton pump inhibitor intake and increasing risk for cardiovascular events.
Host-parasite interactions in chronic and acute malaria were characterized by metabolomics and transcriptomics in macaques and humans.
Increasing degree of metabolic dysregulation visible in the blood metabolome depending on the degree of obesity.
HELIX metabolomics study links prenatal PFAS (perfluoralkyl substances) exposure to metabolic origin of liver injuries in children.
Although they are only present in low concentration in our bodies, steroid hormones play a crucial role in a variety of biological processes. This article reflects recent studies on the topic.
A blood-based predictive metabolomics score provides a tool linking dietary patterns to risk of diabetes that can be used to objectively assess dietary intake.
Plasma metabolome and microbiota profiles from the SHIP cohort link microbiome instability to liver steatosis, diabetes mellitus, and pancreatic dysfunction
Epidemiological research contributes greatly to our understanding of what constitutes healthy aging. Cohort studies hold the key to identifying risk factors for common diseases. Metabolomics is a valuable tool to make cohort studies successful.
Serum metabolites were associated with risk of coronary heart disease in a population-based cohort, with a comparable strength to classic risk factors.
Targeted metabolomics reveals differences in metabolic profiles between top athletes and amateur runners days after running a marathon.
An international team of scientists applied targeted metabolomics to deepen the mechanistic understanding of metabolic syndrome and its regional specificities.
Uncovering the mechanism linking the Mediterranean diet with reduced risk for cardiometabolic diseases using targeted metabolomics.
To predicting life expectancy standardized and reproducible scientific methods are needed. Metabolomics is one way to approach this question.