I’ve recently participated in the American Society of Mass Spectrommetry (ASMS) conference and had a great time. I met some great people and have a few new ideas for future projects. Specifically giving a go at using self-organizing maps (SOM) and the R package mcclust for clustering alternatives to hierarchical and k-means methods.
I had the pleasure of speaking at the conference in the Informatics-Metabolomics section, and was also a co-author on a project detailing a multi-metabolomics strategy (primary metabolites, lipids, and oxylipins) for the study of type 1 diabetes in an animal model. Keep an eye out for my full talk in an upcoming post.
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