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The DHMRI Metabolomics Laboratory is partnering with Metabolon, an industry leader in metabolomics, to provide a range of metabolomic profiling services that quickly deliver actionable data for nutrition and obesity researchers. Metabolon’s expert biochemists, molecular biologists and nutritionists work directly with collaborators to understand investigator research goals, design well-powered metabolomics studies, and interpret the data… Read more »

The Michigan Regional Comprehensive Metabolomics Resource Core (MRC2) offers a wide variety of services to assist investigators at every step of metabolomics research, from study design, sample collection, data analysis and interpretation of data.  Services include well developed targeted and untargeted metabolomics platforms, lipidomics, and fluxomics, as well as statistical and bioinformatics tools to for… Read more »

The Bioinformatics Services Division (BiSD) at UNC Charlotte provides a wide range of bioinformatics services for nutrition and obesity-related research. Located on the NC Research Campus in Kannapolis, their experienced team is adept at analyzing and interpreting the volumes of data produced by today’s genomic technologies. Whether you are just considering a new project and… Read more »

RTI International is offering the opportunity for our members to collaborate with their metabolomics experts to discover biomarkers, reveal mechanistic insights, synthesize metabolite standards, determine characteristics of exposure, and receive training in metabolomics as it relates to nutrition and/or obesity research. Services Study Design Consultation Review literature to determine relevancy, level of innovation, and likelihood… Read more »

Partners Home | Bioinformatics | Metabolomics Metabolomics, the profiling of the many small molecules in blood, urine or tissues, provides an opportunity for investigators to obtain a snapshot of metabolism. Several commercial and academic metabolomics platforms exist. An investigator needs to select the platform that best fits their needs and budget. Once a platform is… Read more »

The National Institutes of Health requires investigators to cite our grant in all publications, posters, press releases, proposals, abstracts, and/or presentations resulting from the use of any of our services.  Our productivity and effectiveness as a Center is measured in part by the citation of the grant in your published work. Please use the following… Read more »

The Enrichment Program is an essential component of the NORC. The activities of our Program are specifically designed to foster the exchange of knowledge and ideas among faculty members, trainees, research staff, and the community at large. These activities span basic science, translational science, and nutrition and obesity relevant community engagement and policy. Upcoming Seminars… Read more »

  The administrative offices of the UNC Nutrition Obesity Research Center are located in Michael Hooker Research Center in the Gillings School of Global Public Health. Driving directions to the Center, along with appropriate contact information, are located below this map. If you are planning a trip to UNC, you may also wish to visit… Read more »

The primary objective of the Pilot & Feasibility Grant Program is to support the development of innovative research in nutrition and obesity. The program is specifically designed to help investigators collect preliminary data sufficient enough to support a grant application for independent research support and published work. Project Criteria Pilot & Feasibility (P&F)projects may be… Read more »