BMI Grand Rounds: Enabling Biochemical "Big-Data" With Mass Spectrometry Metabolomics

Date of Event: 
Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Adam RosebrockSpeaker: Adam Rosebrock, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pathology, Member, Stony Brook Cancer Center

Title: Enabling Biochemical "Big-Data" With Mass Spectrometry Metabolomics

Time: Wednesday, 3pm—4pm

Location: Atkins Center – HSC Level 4 (Radiology)

Bio/AbstractDr. Adam Rosebrock is an assistant professor in the Department of Pathology and a member of the Cancer Center at Stony Brook School of Medicine.  Dr. Rosebrock has a longstanding interest in leveraging big data to address fundamental biological challenges. His group is using a combination of mass spectrometry metabolomics, genetics, and big data analytical techniques to build a quantitative understanding of the biochemical wiring of cells across diverse cellular states. Dr. Rosebrock will discuss how his lab is leveraging patterns of metabolic response to identify and understand regulation of pathways and how he is linking changes in biochemical phenotype back to genetic regulators.

**CME CREDIT AVAILABLE**

Educational Objectives:

  • Introduce analysis of endogenous metabolites by full-scan and targeted mass spectrometry
  • Highlight fundamental differences between metabolic, genomic, and proteomic experiments
  • Discuss current limitations of mass spectrometry metabolomics and present multiple areas where novel computational approaches may improve experimental interpretation.