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Metabolomics Australia

Providing customised service for small molecule analysis for life science researchers.

 

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Metabolomics Australia:

A Commonwealth Government Initiative Available to All Life Science Researchers

Metabolomics Australia was established in 2007 as part of the Commonwealth government’s National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS). This strategy aims to boost biomolecular research in Australia with a more strategic approach to infrastructure investment.

 

Together with Proteomics Australia, Genomics Australia and the Australian Bioinformatics Facility, we form Bioplatforms Australia and were established to develop high level expertise in ‘omics and informatics’ technologies. Each platform receives government funding and co-investment from their partners to acquire critical, high cost research infrastructure (intellectual and physical).

 

Metabolomics Australia specifically offers high through put metabolomics services to all life science researchers. Our services are jointly offered through a consortium of Australian universities and research institutes, each featuring world-class facilities and expertise in small molecule analysis.

Gain Access To Australia's Top Research Facilities Through Metabolomics Australia:

Each of our four nodes offer synergistic technologies that can be employed individually or collaboratively to provide research services.

 

These four nodes include:

 

Victoria

The hub of Metabolomics Australia is embedded in the heart of Melbourne University’s world-famous academic and biomedical research precinct, at the The University of Melbourne Bio21 Institute for Molecular Science and Biotechnology (www.bio21.unimelb.edu.au/metabolomics-australia), and School of BioScience (http://biosciences.unimelb.edu.au/research/facilities-equipment-and-resources) The node offers comprehensive metabolomic services covering detection, analysis and interpretation. Read more...

 

South Australia

The Australian Wine Research Institute Ltd in Adelaide, South Australia provides metabolomic services for a wide range of biological species including those associated with the food and beverage industries (www.awri.com.au/research_and_development/metabolomics_facility). Read more...

 

Western Australia

The Metabolomics Australia Centre for Metabolomics (http://www.cmca.uwa.edu.au/facilities/metablomics-australia) provides metabolomic services for all areas of the life sciences.

 

Murdoch University offers a strong focus on fungal metabolomics and high resolution mass spectrometry (www.murdoch.edu.au/Research-capabilities/Separation-Science-and-Metabolomics-Laboratory/Areas-of-research/) Read More...

 

Queensland

The University of Queensland offers specialised expertise in metabolomic engineering and fluxomics at the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (http://www.aibn.uq.edu.au/metabolomics-australia). Read More...

Our Organisation Objectives Are To:

  1. Establish and maintain a sustainable state-of-the-art metabolomics service with a supporting computational data storage and analysis capacity;
  2. Work with the genomics, proteomics and informatics NCRIS platforms and other groups to develop an integrated approach to defining the molecular profile of living systems;
  3. Provide open access for academia and industry;
  4. Provide training in advanced metabolomics technologies;
  5. Promote the dissemination and uptake of the technology through workshops and conferences;
  6. Leverage other relevant science, technology and innovation infrastructure to achieve strong socio/economic benefits relevant to national research priorities;

Take A Tour Or Book A Meeting To Discuss Your Project:

We invite you to take a tour of our unique facility and directly experience the services, platforms, technology and expertise we have to offer. Or book a confidential meeting with our Head of Analytics to discuss your project and see what services we can offer you.

Book A Tour Or Meeting:

Business Development Manager: Ms Zofia Felton

Ph: 03 8344 4099

E: zfelton@unimelb.edu.au

 

Head of Analytics: Associate Professor Ute Roessner

Ph: +61 3 90353635

E: u.roessner@unimelb.edu.au