Events that we participated

Campden BRI Nutrition and Health Member Interest Group Meeting- 4 October 2017, Chipping Campden, UK

Hungarian Consultation on the PATHWAY-27 Industry Guidelines- 9 May 2017, Budapest Hungary

1st International Conference on Food Bioactives and Health- 13-15 September 2016, Norwich, United Kingdom

The 1st International Conference on Food Bioactives and Health has provided an open forum that brings together researchers from various scientific communities to present the latest research and discuss common themes and challenges to understanding the impacts of food bioactives on health. The participants have been researchers from academia and the agri-food sector with interests in the health benefits of food bioactives, health claims, functional foods and nutraceuticals.

PATHWAY-27 workshop -Next step in the development of products with health claims- Practical supportive tools for the development of the product with health claims- 5th May 2016

Cereal & Europe Meeting- 27-29 April 2015,  Budapest, Hungary

The C&E Spring Meeting took place in Budapest with the theme Celebrating Cereals in the AACC International Centennial year: it was the occasion to review the importance of cereals - and wheat in particular - in our daily diet and discuss the scientific progress in breeding, processing and nutritional aspects, with an outlook to the future.

4th International Conference on Foodomics- 8-9 October 2015, Cesena, Italy

The International Conference on FoodOmics is the scientific forum where academic and industrial scientists involved in food and nutrition research discuss about the most recent advances in the "omics" approach. The fourth edition of the Conference, held in 2015, highlighted a new possibility to exploit the potential of this discipline inspiring the exploration of new pathways for the objective substantiation, with molecular evidences, of health claims associated to food products. Three food groups, namely grains, dairy and herbs & spices, have been selected as representatives of the whole diet.

Riunione Nazionale Società Italiana di Nutrizione Umana (SINU)- Annual Meeting of the Italian Society of Human Nutrition-  20-21 October 2014, Rome (Italy)

The Italian Nutrition Society (Società Italiana di Nutrizione Umana, SINU) is a non-profit scientific organisation that brings together the expertise in human nutrition existing in different academic sectors. The congress on 2014 has been aimed at gaining better insight into the emerging problems of nutrition research, to meet the Expo2015 challenge. The event was particularly aimed to define the criticalities in the field of human nutrition, in the perspective of opening new horizons or providing concrete answers to the identified criticalities.
http://www.sinu.it/html/cnt/convegni-sinu.asp

NuGOweek 2014- 8-11 September 2014, Castellammare di Stabia (Italy) 

NuGOweek 2014 was especially targeted to our younger students and post-docs, the next generation of nutrigenomics scientists. Some of them took the lead in designing and chairing a session with PhD students/post-docs as invited speakers, focusing on the applications of omics technologies to nutrigenomics. A multimedia session, based on Pathvisio open-access software, was also organized.
http://www.nugo.org/nugo-week/

1st Summer School on Nutrigenomics- 1-5 September 2014, Camerino (Italy) 

The 1st Summer School on Nutrigenomic was open to students and researchers interested in issues related to the interaction between nutrients and the (epi-)genome. The programme included topics ranging from molecular nutrition, genomics, genetic polymorphisms and responses to diet, epigenetics and nutrients, nuclear receptors and nutrition, early nutrition and long-term effects, nutrigenomics and cancer.
http://d7.unicam.it/nutrigenomics/archive/2014

Riunione Nazionale Società Italiana di Nutrizione Umana (SINU)- Annual Meeting of the Italian Society of Human Nutrition- 21-22 October 2013, Florence (Italy) 

The Italian Nutrition Society (Società Italiana di Nutrizione Umana, SINU) is a non-profit scientific organisation that brings together the expertise in human nutrition existing in different academic sectors. The congress on 2013 has been particularly aimed to disseminate the update version of the dietary reference intakes recommendations.