Clinical metabolomics is gaining appreciation as an essential tool in precision medicine. Significant progress in separation science, mass spectrometry, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy occurring within the past few years are responsible for strengthening the analytical basis for metabolite identification and measurements in clinical samples. Metabolomics-based strategies in modern clinical studies are allowing a better understanding of pathophysiological conditions and disease mechanisms, as well as providing innovative tools for novel diagnostic and prognostic approaches. Decades of research have strongly suggested that metabolism is not a self-regulating network operating independently.
- Track 1-1 Early analytical methods
- Track 2-2 Regenerative medicine
- Track 3-3 Pharmacodynamic modelling
- Track 4-4 Pathophysiology