Visiting Researchers

Developing research scientists of all levels are welcome to work side-by-side with the Center's core faculty and staff learning Metabolomics techniques and applying them to their particular research interests. Students and junior faculty from laboratories across campus, around the state, throughout the nation and from around the world contribute to the interdisciplinary cross-pollination of ideas that is a very important objective for the Center. In addition to on-site training, we also offer remote training via videos with written procedures, and contact by Zoom, and trial runs of samples. More than 100 researchers from graduate students to senior Faculty have undergone training with us through these mechanisms.  Please contact Drs. Fan, Lane and Higashi for opportunities to visit.

student Kathleen Marshall standing in Fan laboratory


Mentorship, Education, and Training

We mentor post-doctoral fellows, graduate students and junior Faculty in metabolic biochemistry, cancer biology and analytical approaches.

Broader Community

Center faculty and staff have also participated in many local conferences with audiences ranging from secondary school teachers to environmentalists. These presentations serve to educate the community about the discipline of Metabolomics and offer the instructional services of the Center to the community it serves.