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: firstname.lastname@example.org by the March 18th deadline. Award winners will receive notification by March 22nd.