UNC Nutrition Research Institute
Kannapolis, North Carolina
- the genetic, epigenetic, microbiome, and environmental sources of human metabolic variability
- how these variabilities are related to different requirements for, and responses to, nutrients
- methods used to assess the above
- Keynote: Jeremy Nicholson, PhD, Imperial College London Understanding Gene-Environment-Diet and Lifestyle Interactions in Human Health: A Molecular Phenomic Approach
- Lorraine Brennan, PhD, University College Dublin
Metabotyping for Optimal Nutrition
- Ahmed El-Sohemy, PhD, University of Toronto
Genetic Testing for Personalized Nutrition
- Eric Martens, PhD, University of Michigan
Molecular Mechanisms of Gut Bacteria and Metabolism of Glycans
- Susan Sumner, PhD, UNC Nutrition Research Institute
Welcome, An Overview of Precision Nutrition at UNC NRI
- Wilson Tang, MD, Cleveland Clinic
Gut Bacteria and Individuality
- Saroja Voruganti, PhD, UNC Nutrition Research Institute
Genetic and Environmental Influences on Kidney Disease
- Steven H. Zeisel, MD, PhD, Director-UNC Nutrition Research Institute
Nutrigenetics/Nutrigenomics and Personalized Nutrition
WHO WILL ATTEND
Scientists and nutrition and medical professionals from academia, government, and industry will attend to help them understand response to interventions.
COST OF ATTENDANCE
$345 includes breakfast and lunch both days, a banquet dinner, and shuttle service between the hotel and the symposium.
The recommended hotel is the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Concord.To receive the symposium rate, reserve your room by April 15 and ask for the “NRI Symposium Rate”. Hotel website. Hotel phone 1-704-743-1080.
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION and TO REGISTER
Visit the Defining Precision Nutrition Symposium website.
Susie Smith, Business Services Coordinator, (704) 250-5000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org