Programm: “Innovative gesundheitsfördernde Lebensmittel” (29. – 30. Sept. 2011)

International expert meeting / June 16th &17th, 2010, in the French Embassy in Germany

 

Thursday, Septembre 29th, 2011

 

Welcome Adress

H.E. Maurice Gourdeault-Montagne – Ambassador of France in Germany

Kai Bindseil – Director of BioTOP Berlin-Brandneburg

 

Keynote speech

11:15    Nutritional ingredients for health and well-being – perspectives and challenges

Manfred Eggersdorfer, Senior Vice President Nutrition Science & Advocacy at DSM Nutritional Products (Switzerland)

 

Session 1 : Nutrigenomics

Chair: Nigel Belshaw, Institute of Food Research, Norwich, UK

 

11:50   Nutrigenomics

Andreas Pfeiffer, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin / German Institute of Human Nutrition (DIfE), Germany

 

12:15    Nutriton, epigenetics and health

Nigel Belshaw, Institute of Food Research, Norwich, UK

 

12:40    Emergence of microRNA in the field of Nutrigenomic?

Sophie Rome, CarMeN laboratory, National Institute for Agricultural Research, France

 

13:05    Questions & Discussion

 

Session 2 : Metabolomics

Chair: Béatrice Darcy-Vrillon, National Institute for Agricultural Research, France

 

14:50    Metabolite Profiling Unveils Nutrition Functionality

Patricia Ruiz-Noppinger, Metanomics health, Germany

 

15:15    Biomarker discovery employing nutri-metabonomics for optimized nutrition and health”

Sunil Kochhar, Head Bioanalytical Science, Nestlé Research Center, UK

 

15:40    Metabolomics for nutrition and toxicology, in vivo, in vitro and in silico studies. Overview of the French metabolomics community

Fabien Jourdan, Toxalim Research center in food toxicology, National Institute for Agricultural Research, France

 

16:05    Questions & Discussion

 

Session 3 : Gastro-intestinal performance (pro/pre-biotics)

Chair:  Martin Wickham, Leatherhead Food Research, UK

 

16:50    Nutritional modulation of the human gut microbiota

Michael Blaut, German Institute of Human Nutrition, Germany

 

17:15   Probiotics and Immunoregulation: Implication for health and disease

Claudio Nicoletti, Institute of Food Research, UK

 

17:40    New insights into our gut´s microbiome

Patricia Lepage, MICALIS Institute for Food and Gut Microbiology for human Health, National Institute for Agricultural Research, France

 

18:05    Questions & Discussion

 

Friday, Septembre 30th, 2011

 

Session 4 : Secondary plant metabolites

Chair: Sabine Kulling, Max-Rubner Institut, Germany

 

08:35    Improving dietary secondary plant metabolites and their implications for human health

Monika Schreiner, Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops, Germany

 

09:00    Health promoting effects of glucosinolates and their derivatives, and the development of Beneforté broccoli

Richard Mithen, Institute of Food Research, UK

 

09:25    Health effects of plant bioactive compounds – Nutrigenomic approaches

Blandine Comte, Unit of Human Nutrition, National Institute for Agricultural Research, France

 

09:50    Questions & Discussion

 

Session 5 : Brain food/mental performance

Chair: Sophie Layé, National Institute for Agricultural Research, France

 

10:35    Dietary strategies to enhance cognition in the elderly

Agnes Flöel, Charité University of Medicine Berlin, Germany

 

11:00    Essential Nutrients, Phytochemicals and Human Brain Function

David Kennedy, Brain, Performance & Nutrition Research Center, UK

 

11:25    Brain and neuroimmune interactions : the influence of lipid diet and obesity

Sophie Layé, NutriNeurO laboratory for nutrition and Integrative Neurobiology, National Institute for Agricultural Research, France

 

11:50    Questions & Discussion

 

Session 6 : Processing aspects of functional foods

Chair:  Inga Koehler, Analyse & Realize, Germany

 

12:05    Emerging of tailor made foods technologies for processing

Dietrich Knorr, Technical University Berlin, Germany

 

12:30    Modelling and Simulation of Human Small Intestine

Bostjan Hari, University of Birmingham, UK

 

12:55    Understanding and modeling the disintegration of food in the gastrointestinal tract and its consequence on human health

Didier Dupont, Dpt Science & Technology of Milk & Eggs, National Institute for Agricultural Research, France

 

13:20    Questions & Discussion

 

Closing remarks & Discussion

13:30    Patrick Etievant, Director Dept Nutrition, National Institute for Agricultural Research, France


Letzte Veränderung: 6 Januar 2012