EAS Advanced Course in Stable Isotope Tracers in Lipid Research in Nantes, France

This 3-day course is organised by EAS and the Thorax Institute & the Human Nutrition Research Center of Nantes. It is targeted towards trained or in training physician or non-physician scientists.

Learning objectives:

The objective of this course is to give a broad knowledge of the study of the kinetics of lipid metabolism in humans by the use of stable isotopes and mass spectrometry.

The Course will cover

  • Production and use of labelled tracers in humans
  • Design of human trials
  • Mass spectrometry analysis
  • Basic principles of modelling
  • Specific studies of apolipoproteins, cholesterol, bile acids…
  • Examples for the study of various lipid diseases
  • New developments in the next future

Course dates

The 3-day course will take place from Wednesday, 11 October – Friday, 13 October 2017.

Course location

The Course will be held at IRS-UN.
Address:
8 quai Moncousu
44000 Nantes
France

 Directors of the Course

  • Jan Borén, Gothenburg, Sweden
  • Michel Krempf, Nantes, France
  • Marja-Riitta Taskinen, Helsinki, Finland

Faculty

  • M Adiels, Sweden
  • H Barret, Australia
  • C Cobelli, Italy
  • M Croyal, France
  • M Krempf, France
  • D Luetjohann, Germany (tbc)
  • A Mardinoglu, Sweden
  • S Nielsen, Denmark
  • K Ougueram, France
  • C Packard, UK
  • T Preston, UK
  • F Robert, France
  • F Stellaard, The Netherlands
  • M-R Taskinen, Finland
  • N van Riel, The Netherlands
  • B Verges, France

Course programme

A programme for the Course is available: View preliminary Programme

Participation fees

Applicants will be required to pay in advance a registration fee of 100 € (one hundred Euros) to confirm their place on the Course.

What will be provided?

EAS will provide the following (included in the registration fee):

  • Accommodation 11-13 October (2 nights).
    N.B. Participants are expected to arrive in the afternoon on Wednesday, 11 October and to check-out before 12.00 hrs on Friday, 13 October.
    Additional nights’ accommodation are at the participant’s own cost.
  • Meals as follows (coffee breaks are included):
    • dinner on 11 October
    • lunch & dinner on 12 October
    • lunch on 13 October

Travel arrangements

Delegates are expected to make their own travel arrangements. Reimbursement for travel expenses up to a maximum amount of 200 € will be provided.

Application – now open, click here to submit

The organisers will review all the applications we receive and select the persons to be invited. The selection criteria are based on:

• the applicants’ statement of motivation and CV
• whether the applicant has attended other EAS Advanced Courses
• geographical region

Application deadline is 30 June 2017.

We will notify applicants on whether their application to attend has been accepted by the end of July, 2017.

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Queries

You are welcome to contact the EAS Office for further information at office@eas-society.org