The ERA chair in SynBioTEC had the pleasure to welcome Iván Domenzain (Chalmers University of Technology), who conducted a two-day workshop about enzyme constrained genome-scale metabolic models (GEMs). Iván currently is a Ph.D. student in Nielsen`s group on Systems and Synthetic Biology, working on the analysis of multi-omics data, software development and the integration of enzyme and proteomic constrains into metabolic models.
In this workshop, we explored the basic concepts of GEMs and the application for phenotype predictions. Iván provided hands-on exercises and lectures, which helped everybody to acquire basic knowledge in the field. We are really grateful for his workshop and commitment.
The workshop received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement Nº668997.