PhenHRIG 2018: Nutrition 2018, Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA Symposia Title: “Clinical Trials: New Links Between Flavonoids, Endothelial Function and Blood Pressure”

Room 309 Saturday June 9th, Presentations: 12:30 to 3:15pm

12:30 pm Introduction:

12:35 pm Jeremy PR Spencer, PhD, University of Reading, UK. Title: Phenolic acid induced enhancement of human vascular and cognitive function

1:25 pm Sarah A. Johnson, PhD, RDN, Assistant Professor and Director of the Functional Foods & Human Health Laboratory, Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, Colorado State University. Title: Flavonoid-rich Foods for Attenuating Vascular Endothelial Dysfunction and Cardiovascular Risk with Aging

2:15 pm Sheila G West, PhD, Director, Vascular Health Interventions Laboratory, Biobehavioral Health and Nutritional Sciences, Pennsylvania State University. Title: Cocoa, Walnuts and complex foods as delivery vehicles for phenolics: assessing peripheral vascular resistance at rest and during stress

3:00 pm: NeoLife Student Phenolic Research Award Winners (5 minute talks)

Special Thanks to Our Sponsors: NeoLife International, US Highbush Blueberry Council, Ocean Spray Cranberries, California Walnut Commission, Sun-Maid, Grapes from California, American Pistachio Growers, and the USDA

For additional questions email twilson@winona.edu

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PhenHRIG 2017: Plant Phenolics Alter Microbiome and Human Health.

PhenHRIG 2017: Plant Phenolics Alter Microbiome and Human Health.

Experimental Biology Chicago, IL Saturday April 22 1-5pm
McCormick Place Convention Center (South Building), Room S103A
1:00 PM – 1:15 PM: Welcome
Dr. Myron Gross, PhD, University of Minnesota
Dr. Ted Wilson, PhD, Winona State University

1:15 PM – 1:55 PM: Emerging Evidence on Anthocyanins & Cardiometabolic health & the Potential Importance of the Microbiome
Dr. Aedin Cassidy, Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia, UK

1:55 PM – 2:35 PM: Bidirectional Relations Between Dietary Flavonoids and Gut Microbiota: Effects on Obesity
Dr. Candida Rebello, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

2:35 PM – 3:15 PM: Polyphenols and Gut Microbiota Interaction and its Beneficial Role in Obesity-Linked Diseases.
Fernando F. Anhê, MSc, PhD-pending (A. Marette Lab), Quebec Heart and Lung Institute, Laval University, Quebec, Canada

With regret Drs. Puupponen-Pimiä and Aura (VIT Finland) had to cancel due to health reasons.

3:15 PM – 4:00 PM: Neolife/GNLD Phenolic Student Research Award Presentations
Xuhuiqun Zhang, Illinois Institute of Technology, The reciprocal interactions between red raspberry polyphenols and gut microbiome composition: preliminary findings
Jordan M.K.I. Oshiro, Dept Food Science, Purdue University, Impact of piceatannol and resveratrol on the proteomic profile of Caenorhabditis elegans
Angelika Kristek, Dept Food Nutr Sci, Univ Reading, The effect of digested oat bran and isolated bioactives on gut microbiota diversity during 24h in vitro fermentation
Derek Martin, Dept Food Science, UW-Madison, Anti-inflammatory activity of aronia berry polyphenols in Jurkat T cell
Thanks to Our Sponsors: U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council, American Pistachio Growers. NeoLife/GNLD, California Walnuts, Ocean Spray Cranberries, Sun-Maid Raisins, American Pistachio Growers, Grapes from California, and the USDA
Additional information about the speakers, student awards, sponsors, and PhenHRIG can be obtained at our organizational website http://phenhrig.org or by emailing twilson@winona.edu

PhenHRIG 2017: Plant Phenolics Alter Microbiome and Human Health.

PhenHRIG at Experimental Biology Chicago, IL Saturday April 22 1-5pm  McCormick Place (South Bldg), Room S103A
1:00 PM – 1:15 PM: Welcome
Dr. Myron Gross, PhD, University of Minnesota
Dr. Ted Wilson, PhD, Winona State University
1:15 PM – 1:55 PM: Effects of Berry Phenolics on Human Microbiome and Health
Dr. Anna-Marja Aura, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland
1:55 PM – 2:35 PM: Effects of Berry Phenolics on Human Microbiome and Health
Dr. Aedin Cassidy, Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia, UK
2:35 PM – 3:15 PM: Bidirectional Relations Between Dietary Flavonoids and Gut Microbiota: Effects on Obesity
Dr. Candida Rebello, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
3:15 PM – 4:00 PM: Neolife/GNLD Phenolic Student Research Award Presentations
Xuhuiqun Zhang, Illinois Institute of Technology, The reciprocal interactions between red raspberry polyphenols and gut microbiome composition: preliminary findings
Jordan M.K.I. Oshiro, Dept Food Science, Purdue University, Impact of piceatannol and resveratrol on the proteomic profile of Caenorhabditis elegans
Angelika Kristek, Dept Food Nutr Sci, Univ Reading, The effect of digested oat bran and isolated bioactives on gut microbiota diversity during 24h in vitro fermentation
Derek Martin, Dept Food Science, UW-Madison, Anti-inflammatory activity of aronia berry polyphenols in Jurkat T cell
Thanks to Our Sponsors: U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council, American Pistachio Growers. NeoLife/GNLD, California Walnuts, Ocean Spray Cranberries, Sun-Maid Raisins, American Pistachio Growers, Grapes from California, and the USDA
Additional information about the speakers, student awards, sponsors, and PhenHRIG can be obtained at our organizational website http://phenhrig.org or by emailing twilson@winona.edu

PhenHRIG 2017: Plant Phenolics Alter Microbiome and Human Health.

PhenHRIG 2017: Plant Phenolics Alter Microbiome and Human Health. Experimental Biology, McCormick Place in Chicago, IL
Saturday April 22 1-5pm Room TBA .
Speakers: Specific Titles To Be Announced Soon!
Dr Aedin Cassidy, Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia, Norfolk, UK
Dr. Riitta Puupponen-Pimiä, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland
Dr Candida Rebello, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
For program and sponsorship information contact us at twilson@winona.edu
See you soon in Chicago for another great PhenHRIG symposium!

PhenHRIG 2016 SYMPOSIUM: FLAVONOIDS/POLYPHENOLS & EPIGENETICS: IS THERE A CONNECTION?

SATURDAY, APRIL 2nd FROM 1PM – 5PM CONVENTION CENTER RM 29AB

MAIN PROGRAM
1:00 PM INTRODUCTION
Dr. Myron Gross, PhD, University of Minnesota
Dr. Ted Wilson, PhD, Winona State University
1:05 PM POLYPHENOLS, FLAVONOIDS & GENOMIC-BASED PRECISION MEDICINE
Dr. José Ordovás, PhD, Tufts University
2:00 PM EPIGENETIC MODULATION OF INFLAMMATION BY EPICATECHIN
Dr. Sridevi Devaraj, PhD, DABCC, FACB, Texas Children’s Hospital
2:45 PM EPIGENETICS OF COMBINATORIAL PHYTOCHEMICALS IN CANCER
Dr. Trygve Tollefsbol, PhD, DO, University of Alabama at Birmingham
3:30 Title To Be Announced  Dr. Susanne Talcott, Nutrition and Food Science Department, Texas A&M University
4:15 PM PHENHRIG STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD PRESENTATIONS
Four 5-10 minute presentations by the student awardees for novel phenolic research

APPLY FOR THE GNLD STUDENT PHENOLIC RESEARCH AWARD
PhenHRIG will provide four GNLD awards for novel student phenolic research. Student research need not pertain strictly to the topic of epigenetics and need only pertain to characterization of phenolic biological activities or chemistry. The four student awardees will receive a $100 prize and will be required to give 5-10 minute research presentation.

To be considered, applicants must be a first author on a poster presented at EB. Author needs to send the abstract that was submitted to Experimental Biology as a PDF to phenhrig@hotmail.com by the March 21st deadline. Award winners will receive notification by March 23rd.

The PhenHRIG 2016 symposium is entitled: Flavonoids/Polyphenols and Epigenetics: Is There a Connection?

Speakers list for PhenHRIG 2016 with specific titles to be announced soon
Dr. Jose Ordovas, Nutrition and Genetics at Tufts University
Dr. Sridevi Devaraj, Microbiome Center, Baylor/Texas Children’s Hospital
Dr. Trygve Tollefsbol, Department of Biology, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Dr. Igor Pogribny, National Center for Toxicological Research, United States Food and Drug Administration
Additional information about the speakers, student awards, sponsors, and PhenHRIG can be obtained at our organizational website http://phenhrig.org.

PhenHRIG will provide four awards for novel student phenolic research.
Student research need not pertain strictly to the topic of epigenetics and need only pertain to characterization of phenolic biological activities or chemistry. The four student awardees will receive $100 a prize and will be required to give 5-10 minute research presentation. To be considered, applicants must be a first author on a poster presented at EB. Author needs to send the abstract that was submitted to Experimental Biology as a PDF to phenhrig@hotmail.com by the March 10th deadline. Award winners will receive notification by March 15th.

PhenHRIG Symposium 2015 at Experimental Biology in Boston

PhenHRIGPhenHRIG Symposium 2015 at Experimental Biology in Boston
Saturday March 28th, 1-5 pm Boston Convention Center, Room 154
Title: Understanding Polyphenolic Bioactivities: Highlights of Recent Progress
For additional information please visit: http://phenhrig.org or email ewilson@winona.edu

Speakers:
1:00 pm- Introduction Dr. Myron Gross, PhenHRIG Chair, University of Minnesota.
1:05 pm- Dr. Peter Hollman, Subdivision of Toxicology, Bioassays & Novel foods, Department of Agrotechnology & Food Sciences, Wageningen University, Wageningen, Netherlands. Title: “Are epicatechin or quercetin involved in the cardiometabolic effects of cocoa and tea?”
2:00 pm- Dr. Rui Hai Lu, Department of Food Science, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. Title: “Molecular Targets of Phytochemicals for Cancer Prevention and Health Aging”
2:40 pm- Dr. Sige Zou, National Institute of Aging, NIH, Baltimore, MD. Title: “Longer and Healthier Life with Consumption of Proanthocyanidins-Enriched Cranberry”
3:20 pm- Dr. Clarissa Geräuser, Deutsches, Krebsforschungszentrum (DKFZ) Cancer Research Center, Germany. Title: “Impact of Soy Isoflavones on the Epigenome in Cancer Prevention”

4:00-4:40 pm PhenHRIG Student Research Award presentations
Neolife Nutritionals PhenHRIG $100 Student Phenolic Research Award Winners

“Chocolate, Wine and Phenolics”: PhenHRIG Reception in Room 155, 5:00-6:30 pm–> Immediately following the PhenHRIG symposium, join us for some enlightened conversations about the health benefits of dietary phenolics at our casual reception.  The reception will feature a wine and chocolate tasting led by a local artisan chocolatier, as well as educational displays on the science of cocoa and chocolate. Additionally, refreshments will include the broad phenolic profile of cocoa, pistachios, almonds, raisins, cranberry juice, and of course red wine.

Sponsored by The Chocolate Council of the National Confectioners Association.

Student Phenolic Research Awards:
The PhenHRIG 2015 program at Experimental Biology 2015 will include special awards for novel student research related to the characterization of phenolic biological activity, health promotion, or chemistry. The four student awardees will receive $100 a prize and are required to give 5 minute presentation on their research at PhenHRIG. Winners:  Jia Zhang: Urolithin C a gut microbiota metabolite of EGCG, Sheida Torabil: Polyphenolics extracted from grape powder,,Syndey Moser: Potato phenolics modulate rate of glucose transport, and Inhae Kang: Antiatherogenic effects of lesion targeted EGCG

PhenHRIG Program Sponsors: dmark consulting LLC, Ocean Spray Cranberries, Neolife Nutritionals, American Pistachio Growers, California Table Grape Commission, GNLD, Sun-Maid Growers of California, Shaklee, National Confectioners Association, and USDA-ARS Beltsville.

PhenHRIG2015Sponsors

Special thanks to dmark consulting LLC 

Phenolic Compounds and Human Cognitive Function: Food for Thought

PhenHRIG Symposium 2014 at Experimental Biology

Saturday April 26th, 1-5 pm San Diego Convention Center, 32A  Special Session.43.PhenHRIG: Phenolic Compounds and Human Cognitive Function: Food for Thought  

Title:  Phenolic Compounds and Human Cognitive Function: Food for Thought

Abstract: Plant phenolic compounds may aid in the maintenance of cognitive function and prevent neurological decline in human health and disease. This symposium will address the identification of the phenolic compounds and their food sources that provide these neurological effects. The speakers at PhenHRIG 2014 will evaluate the relationships and mechanisms between dietary phenolics and cognitive function.   For additional information please visit: http://phenhrig.org.

Speakers:

1:00 pm- Introduction Dr Myron Gross, PhenHRIG Chair, University of Minnesota.

1:05 pm- Dr. Francine Grodstein, Channing Division of Network Medicine, Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA. Title: Long-Term Consumption of Berries and Flavonoids, and Cognitive Function in Older Women

2:00 pm Dr. Giulio Pasinetti, Department of Neurology, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY. Title: Mechanistic Investigation of Polyphenol Metabolites Bioactivities in Alzheimer’s Disease

2:40 pm Dr. Emilio Ros, Service of Endocrinology and Nutrition, Hospital Clínic, University of Barcelona, Spain. Title: Polyphenol-Rich Foods in the Mediterranean Diet and Cognitive Function in Elderly Subjects

3:20 Dr. Gary Small, Ahmanson-Lovelace Brain Mapping Center, David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles, CA. Title: Effects of Pomegranate Juice on Memory and Brain Activity in Middle-Aged and Older Adults with Mild Memory Complaints

Sponsors: Neolife Nutritionals, American Pistachio Growers, California Table Grape Commission, GNLD, Sun-Maid Growers of California, Shaklee, National Confectioners Association, and USDA-ARS Beltsville.

4:00 pm PhenHRIG Student Research Award presentations

Student $100 PhenHRIG- Neolife Nutritionals Award Winners for Phenolic Research:                                

4:10 pm Shannon L. Glisan1, Kimberly A. Grove1, Sudathip Sae-Tan1, Neela H. Yennawar1, and Joshua D. Lambert1. Enzymological and in silico studies on the inhibition of digestive enzymes by tea polyphenols1Depart Food Science,  2The Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences, Pennsylvania State Univ, University Park, PA

4:20 pm Allyson M. Bower1, Luis M. Real-Hernandez1, Mark A. Berhow3, Elvira G. de Mejia2. Compounds from rosemary and Mexican oregano are natural inhibitors of dipeptidyl peptidase-IV, a target of type-2 diabetes therapy. 1Div Nutritional Sciences, Univ Illinois 2Dept Food Science and Human Nutrition, Univ Illinois Urbana-Champaign 3USDA-ARS

4:30 pm Inhae Kang, Meshail Okla, and Soonkyu Chung. Ellagic acid attenuates adipocyte differentiation via histone arginine methylation-associated epigenetic modification. Dept Nutrition and Health Sciences, Univ Nebraska, Lincoln, NE

4:40 pm Liyang Xie1, Samantha Yohn2, John Salamone2, Robin Bogner3, Bradley Bolling1. Neusilin® influences curcumin bioavailability and anti-depressant efficacy in rats. 1Dept Nutritional Sciences, Univ Connecticut, 2Dept Psychology, Univ Connecticut, 3School of Pharmacy, Univ Connecticut, Storrs, CT

 

 

Phenolics in Human Health Research Interest Group

EB 2013 Guest Society Program:

PhenHRIG Symposium 2013 at Experimental Biology, Boston, MA 

Saturday April 20th, 1-5 pm, Boston Convention Center Room 152.

Title:  Phenolic Compounds and Human Nutrigenomics

Abstract: Nutrigenomics refers to gene-diet interactions resulting in the potential for regulation of gene expression, in this case, by phenolic compounds in the human diet. Phenolics from plants appear to create a robust nutrigenomic response in consumers that may be important for interpreting the dietary effects of phenolics. PhenHRIG 2013 will describe phenolic-nutrigenomic interactions with regard to chronic diseases and their mechanisms.

For additional information for to http://phenhrig.org.

PhenHRIG 2013 Program Schedule: Phenolic Compounds and Human Nutrigenomics

1:00 pm-Introduction Myron Gross, University of Minnesota.

1:05 pm- Dr. Christine Morand, INRA-Clermont Université d’Auvergne

Role of Nutrigenomics to Advance the Understanding of Cardiovascular Protective Effects of Dietary Polyphenols

2:00 pm-Dr. Joshua D Lambert, Food Science, Pennsylvania State University:

Voluntary Exercise and Green Tea Polyphenols Modulation of Genes Related to Fatty Acid Metabolism in High Fat-Fed Mice

2:35 pm- Dr Robert A Waterland, Pediatrics and Molecular & Human Genetics, Baylor College of Medicine

Early Nutritional Influences on Human Developmental Epigenetics

3:45 pm- Dr Christina Khoo, Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc.

Cranberry Polyphenols and Modulation of Genes in the Anti-Inflammatory and Immune Signaling Pathways

PhenHRIG Student Research $100 Award Winner Presentations

Introduction: Dr. Arianna Carughi and Liem Huyhn, GNLD International, Fremont, CA

4:20 pm- Qiwen Shen, Human Nutrition, Ohio State University.

4:30 pm- Inhae Kang,  Food Science and Human Nutrition, University of Florida

4:40 pm- Jonathan G. Messer. Nutrition, UNC Greensboro

4:50 pm- Yeyi Gu, Food Science, Pennsylvania State University

 

PhenHRIG 2013 Sponsors:

-GLND (Golden Neo Life Diamite)

-USDA-ARS Beltsville

-Ocean Spray Cranberries Inc.

-Sun-Maid Growers of California

-California Table Grape Commission

-Shaklee Corporation

-dmark consulting LLC

PhenHRIG 2013: Phenolic Compounds and Human Nutrigenomics

EB 2013 Guest Society Program: PhenHRIG Symposium 2013 at Experimental Biology, Boston, MA  Saturday April 20th, 1-5 pm, Room TBA.

Title:  Phenolic Compounds and Human Nutrigenomics

Abstract: Nutrigenomics refers to gene-diet interactions resulting in the potential for regulation of gene expression, in this case, by phenolic compounds in the human diet. Phenolics from plants appear to create a robust nutrigenomic response in consumers that may be important for interpreting the dietary effects of phenolics. PhenHRIG 2013 will describe phenolic-nutrigenomic interactions with regard to chronic diseases and their mechanisms.

Speakers will include:

Dr. Christine Morand, INRA-Clermont Université d’Auvergne: Role of Nutrigenomics to Advance the Understanding of Cardiovascular Protective Effects of Dietary Polyphenols

Dr. Joshua D. Lambert, Food Science, Pennsylvania State University: Voluntary Exercise and Green Tea Polyphenols Modulation of Genes Related to Fatty Acid Metabolism in High Fat-Fed Mice

Dr Robert A Waterland, Pediatrics and Molecular & Human Genetics, Baylor College of Medicine: Early Nutritional Influences on Human Developmental Epigenetics

Dr Susan McCann, Cancer Prevention and Control, Roswell Park Cancer Institute: The Relevance of Polymorphisms in Studies of Diet and Cancer

Dr Christina Khoo, Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc.: Cranberry Polyphenols and Modulation of Genes in the Anti-Inflammatory and Immune Signaling Pathways

Four student phenolic research winners will also give short 10 minute talks.  Additional information about the student awards and PhenHRIG can be obtained at our organizational website http://phenhrig.org.

Student Awards for Phenolic Research at Experimental Biology 2013.

The PHENHRIG 2013 program at Experimental Biology 2013 on Saturday April 20th (1-5 pm) will include special awards for novel student research related to the topic of phenolic compounds and nutrigenomics.  Student research need not pertain strictly to the topic of the main program and need only pertain to characterization of phenolic biological activity or chemistry . The four student awardees will receive $100 a prize and will be required to give 10 minute presentation on their research at PhenHRIG. To be considered for the $100 awards, an applicant must be a first author on a poster presented at EB. Author needs to send the abstract that was submitted to Experimental Biology as a PDF to the following email address: phenhrig@hotmail.com by the March 18th  deadline. Award winners will receive notification by March 22nd.