Early career scientist episode: Vitamins & metabolic syndrome

In this episode, Alice Limonciel and Haley Chatelaine discuss the benefits of using metabolomics to study multiple diseases, the fascinating world of fat-soluble vitamins and their absorption in patients with metabolic syndrome. This episode was created in collaboration with the Early Career Members (ECM) of the Metabolomics Association of North America (MANA) and begins with a conversation about life as an early career scientist with Arpana Vaniya and Nicole Prince, who are restively chair and vice-chair of MANA-ECM.

Haley Chatelaine

Haley Chatelaine s a post-doctoral fellow at the NIH’s National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS, USA)

Favorite metabolite
Cytosine – but also Vitamin D

Paper we discussed in this episode
Paper on the absorption of fat soluble vitamins in patients with metabolic syndrome | Vitamin A and D Absorption in Adults with Metabolic Syndrome versus Healthy Controls: A Pilot Study Utilizing Targeted and Untargeted LC–MS Lipidomics

Learn more about MANA-ECM
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Finally available – Alices first book
The STORY principle – A guide to the biological interpretation of metabolomics
Also featuring some of the Metabolomists from Season 1
Available on Amazon and the biocrates webshop