Update 28th August, 2015: programme (Chairs, Key-note speakers, rooms)

Saturday, 5th September
17.00-19:30 Post-graduate course (Aula 4 Edifici A)

Sunday, 6th September
10.00-15.00 Post-graduate course (Aula 4 Edifici A)

Monday, 7th September
09.30-14.00 Post-graduate course (Aula 4 Edifici A)
14.00-15:30 Participants Assembly (Sala de Juntas)
Day event: Satellite meeting: FOODBALL (Aula 3 Edifici A)

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NuGOweek 2015
16.00-18.00 Registration and mounting posters (Faculty of Biology, Aula Magna)

18.00 Session 1: Opening NuGOweek 2015
Chair: Cristina Andrés-Lacueava, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, ES
18.00-18.10 Cristina Andrés-Lacueva, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, ES
Welcome
18.10-18.20 Jordi Alberch, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, ES

Opening
18.20-19.00 José Ordovas, Tufts University, Boston, US/IMDEA Food, Madrid, ES
Long-life health: an integrated effort of science and people

19.30 Welcome reception at the Faculty of Biology.

Tuesday, 8th September
09.00-11.40 Session 2: Inflammation, immunology, and gut health
Chair: Christian A. Drevon University of Oslo, Oslo, NO & Ben van Ommen, TNO, Zeist, NL
09.00-09.40 Michael Müller, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
How diets are shaping the immune-metabolic health of the gut.  No presentation available
09.40-10.20 Alan Walker, University of Aberdeen- Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health, Aberdeen, UK
Diet Intestinal microbial communities and host health View presentation

10.20–10.50 Coffee break

10.50-11.05 Fiona Malcomson, University of Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Effects of non-digestible carbohydrates on colorectal health via modulation of WNT signalling
11.05-11.20 Ingvild Paur, University of Oslo, Oslo, NO
Coffee inhibits nuclear factor-kappaB in prostate cancer cells and xenografts. No presentation available
11.20-11.35 Sun Eun Lee, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, USA
Plasma proteome biomarkers of inflammation: Potential mediators of early childhood health and growth. No presentation available

11.45-13.45 Lunch and Poster Session 1 (starts at 12.15)

13.45-15-05 Session 3: NuGO-ISNN Role of genetics in the delivery of personalised nutrition.
Chair: Lorraine Brennan, University College Dublin, Dublin, IE & Jacqueline Pontes Monteiro, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, BR
13.45-14.05 NuGO: John Mathers, University of Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Does addition of genetic information facilitate further dietary change: lessons from Food4me? No presentation available

14.05-14.25 NuGO: Jildau Bouwman, TNO, Zeist, NL
Generation of knowledge base for diet-gene interactions: the Food4me Gene cards.

14.25-14.45 ISNN: Martin Kohlmeier, University of North Carolina, Chapil Hill, US
Computer-assisted genotype-specific nutrition guidance. View presentation

14.45-15.05 ISNN: Alfredo Martinez, University of Navarra, Pamplona, SP
Nutritional interventions for weight loss and maintenance based on the genotype. View presentation

15.05-15.35 Tea break

15.45-18.05 Session 4: effective interventions, personalised diets and sustainable choices
Chair: Tilman Grune, German Institute of Human Nutrition, Potsdam-Rehbrucke, DE & Marjukka Kolehmainen, University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio, FI
15.45-16.25 Alice H. Lichtenstein, Tufts University – JM USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging, Boston, US
Effective dietary interventions for an aging population.  
16.25-17.05 Adam Drewnowski, University of Washington, Seattle, US
Sustainable food choices for life-long health.

17.05-17.20 Short break

17.20-17.35 Baukje de Roos, University of Aberdeen- Rowett Research Institute, Aberdeen, UK
Health effects of consuming farmed salmon raised on different feeding regimes in healthy subjects.
17.35-17.50 Juri Matualatupauw, Wageningen University, Wageningen, NL
Medium-chain saturated fatty acids from dairy affect adipose tissue gene expression profiles. View presentation
17.50-18.05 Paul Cavuoto, CSIRO, Adelaide, AU
Methionine restriction as a healthy ageing strategy, is it safe and plausible in humans? View presentation

 19.30 Dinner at Restaurant Parc Cientific de Barcelona 

Wednesday, 9th September
09.00-11.40 Session 5: Genotype phenotype interactions
Chair: Lydia Afman, Wageningen University, Wageningen, NL & Claudine Manach, INRA, Clermont-Ferrand, FR
09.00-9.40 Martin Kussmann, Nestlé Institute of Health Sciences S.A., Lausanne, CH
Nutrition 2.0 – Molecular Phenotyping in Human Studies. View presentation
09.40-10.20 Helen McNulty, University of Ulster, Coleraine, IE
Interaction of riboflavin with MTHFR genotype in relation to hypertension. View presentation

10.20-10.50 Coffee break

10.50-11.05 David de Lorenzo, Lleida Agri-food Science and Technology Park-CESGEN, Lleida, ES
A randomized controlled trial of a gluten-free weight loss diet in HLA DQ2 or D8 positive subjects. View presentation
11.05-11.20 Iwona Rudkowska, Centre de recherche du CHU de Québec CHUL, Québec, CA
Glucokinase polymorphism interacts with low-fat dairy to influence to glucose-insulin homeostasis. View presentation
 

11.20-13.30 Lunch and Poster Session 2 (starts at 12.15)

13.30-14.45 Session 6: Young investigators
Chair: Rafael Llorach, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, SP & Yoana Kiselova-Kaneva, University of Varna, Varna, BG
13.30-13.45 Jarlei Fiamoncini, Technische Universität München, Munich, DE
Acylcarnitines as markers of phenotypic flexibility No presentation available
13.45-14.00 Mar Garcia-Aloy, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, SP
The role of food metabolome in biomarker discovery: evidence from clinical and observational studies. View presentation
14.00-14.15 Lieselot Hemeryck, Ghent University, Merelbeke, BE
Mapping of the DNA adductome to study the genotoxic effects of red meat consumption. View presentation
14.15-14.30 Maria Ulaszewska, Fondazione Edmund Mach, Research and Innovation Centre, San Michele all’Adige, IT
Urine metabolomic profiling to identify biomarkers of a flavonoid-rich and flavonoid-poor diets. 
14.30-14.45 Kenneth Westerman, TUFTS University, Boston, USA A
Chemogenomic approach finds novel food chemical and genetic mediators of triglyceride homeostasis No presentation available

14.45-15.15 Tea break

15.15-17.50 Session 7: Obesity and Metabolic health: from mechanisms to interventions

Chair: Baukje de Roos, The Rowett Institute, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK & Stuart Craig, DuPont Nutrition and Health, Wilmington, US
15.15-16.00 Matej Oresič, Steno Diabetes Centre, Gentofte, DK

Metabolic disease signatures translated to underlying mechanisms. No presentation available
16.00-16.40 Ellen Blaak, Maastricht University, Maastricht, NL
Obesity and metabolic flexibility: the key to metabolic health? View presentation
16.40-17.20 Amaia Rodríguez, Clínica Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, ES
Need for a paradigm shift in overweight and obesity management.
17.20-17.35 Katy Horner, University College Dublin, Dublin, IE
The impact of milk derived bioactives on glycemic management 1
7.35-17.50
Marcelo Lima Ribeiro

Herbal extract reduced energy intake by modulating gastrointestinal hormones in overweight women. View presentation

17.50-18.00 Short break

18.00-18.45 Closing Session NuGOweek 2015
Chair: Cristina Andrés-Lacueava, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, ES & Lars Ove Dragsted, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, DK
Poster Prize announcement

Wrap-up NuGOweek 2015
Announcement NuGOWeek 2016 View presentation
Closure

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19.00-22.00 NRC250 study (Restaurante La Traviata, Sabino de Arana 22-24)


Thursday 10th September
 

* Day event: Satellite meeting: MICRONUTRIENTS GENOMICS PROJECT & MICROGENNET Workshop (Aula 3 Edifici A)
Visit workshops details for programme and registration details
* Day event: Satellite meeting: ENPADASI (Aula 4 Edifici A)

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