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3rd QuaLiFY (Quantify Life - Feed Yourself) Consortium meeting, held in Athens 28-29 January 2015. 
     Under the NuGO umbrella, Wageningen University, Technische Universität München, University of Copenhagen and
     the University of Eastern Finland contribute to QuaLiFY.

⇒ NuGO awarded 3 grants to cover the admission fee for the Advanced Proteomics course to be held in Wageningen from to:
    ♦ Martín Hugo, Deutsches Institut für Ernährungsforschung Potsdam-Rebrucke
    ♦ Cheryl Latimer, University of Ulster
    ♦ Shirin Pourteymour, University of Oslo


* Job vacancy: Post Doctoral Research Fellow Level 1 (Temporary),
The Nutritional Metabolomics group at UCD Institute of Food and Health is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow to work on a Biomarker Project. The project focuses on Food Biomarkers and is part of the Consortium FOODBALL (Food Biomarker Alliance). Closing date: January 30th 2015 , 5 pm.
* Mark these dates in your agenda: NuGOweek 2015, 7-9 September 2015, Barcelona, Spain!
* As of January 1st, 2015, we welcome Dirk Haller (Technische Universität München), Diana Ivanova (Univeristy of Varna) and Cristina Andres-Lacueva (University of Barcelona) as new members of the NuGO Executive Committee. They are replacing Christian Drevon, Hannelore  Daniel and Michael Müller, who all stepped down from the Committee in 2014. We would like to thank Christian, Hannelore and Michael for their time and effort to make NuGO into one of the world's most important networks on Nutrigenomics.
Annual Report 2013
* Metacore license renewed
* Access to software via NuGO membership
* visit [Nutritional phenotype database]
* NuGO News Archive

NuGO
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NuGO is an Association of Universities and Research Institutes focusing on jointly developing the existing research area of nutrigenomics and nutritional systems biology. NuGO evolved from a EU Sixth Framework Network of Excellence, and is now expanding to global dimensions. You can join via an Institutional membership.

NuGO has two major objectives
  • Stimulating developments in nutrigenomics, nutrigenetics and nutritional systems biology, and incorporating these aspects in nutrition and health research, by joint research projects, conferences, workshops and training. NuGO can join as partner in your research project.
  • Shaping the nutrition bioinformatics infrastructure, by initiating, coordinating, facilitating projects in this area and by hosting and disseminating all data, results and information in this area.
eLearning
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Announcement with respect to the availability e-learning modules as of 1st April 2012 
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