Biocore extends a warm welcome to the distinguished speakers, delegates, clinical and medical professionals, researchers, and industry leaders from all around the world to attend the World Congress and Expo on Metabolomics and Proteomics (Metabolomics Congress) during March 21-23, 2019, Dubai, UAE.
This event will focus on various important disciplines of metabolites, proteins, molecular biology, bioinformatics, cell biology, cell interactions. Metabolomics Congress will have a variety of plenary lectures, session lectures and poster presentations, Scientific Exhibitions, Panel Discussions, and the B2B meetings with world-renowned speakers, and leading specialists involved in clinical and medical sciences.
Metabolomics Congress will provide an unparalleled prospect to get associated with leading molecular biologists, Biomolecule researchers, cell specialists, bacteriologists, virologists, microbiologist and delegates from industries focusing on Metabolomics and Proteomics etc. This International conference anticipating more than 300 presentations and eminent Keynote lectures from 50 different countries. The attending delegates from top most universities, renowned organizations, Societies and Editorial Board Members of Biocore Journals will make the conference a huge success.
We hope that you will find Metabolomics Congress is enjoyable and valuable.
- Metabolic Syndrome and Metabolomic Biomarkers
- Metabolome, Gene Expression
- Environmental Metabolomics
- Toxicology and Personalized Medicine
- Bioinformatics and Disease Biomarkers
- Network Modeling, New Analytical Techniques (NMR, MS, FTIR)
- Drug Discovery and Functional Genomics
- Nutrigenomics and Chemometrics
- mRNA Gene Expression
- Glutamine Metabolism
- Skin Metabolomics
- Protein Expression and Profiling
- Evolutionary Genomics
- Advancements in Sequencing Techniques
- Immunoinformatics & its Applications
- Data Mining
- Protein-Protein Interactions
- Mass spectrometry and protein profiling
- Mendel Hypothesis
- Vectors and Genetic Markers
- Biomedical Semantics
- Human Proteome Project