30 ago. 2013

Congreso Internacional de Nutrición, 2013, Granada. Y Curso Precongresual sobre Nutrición Periconcepcional.

PARTICIPA NUESTRO EXPERTO CONSULTOR YAMIN
: Paulo Ximenes <pauloximenes0@gmail.com>

El Congreso se desarrolla desde el mismo  día 15 al 20.
Pero el 14 asisto al Foro Precongresual y al Meeting de la Sociedad Iberoamericana, que se desarrollan en el mismo Palacio de Congresos pues son actividades paralelas al Congreso.

** No te olvides de incluirme como Facultativo Consultor en Nutrición Humana y Dietética en MAMÁSYOGA INTERNATIONAL del COIPYYY de la REDGFU:ES. Por una parte el Practicum del Master Oficial en Nutrición Clínica  lo realicé en el servicio de Nutrición Pediátrica del Hospital Materno-Infantil de Málaga, bajo la dirección del Prof. Dr. Carlos Sierra, Jefe de la Unidad, te adjunto todos los casos clínicos vistos por mí como Facultativo de Nutrición en pdf adjunto.  Además como Miembro Numerario del Comité Científico del Área de Bromatología, Toxicología y Seguridad Alimentaria de la Fundación Española de Dietistas-Nutricionistas Facultativos, órgano del Consejo General de Colegios Oficiales Profesionales de Dietiostas-Nutricionistas de España.

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Además hay un Curso PreCongresual sobre Nutrición Infantil donde  se expondrán los resultados del proyecto Europeo   NUTRIMENTHE,-->  

Scientific Programme


Friday, September 13th

10:00 - 14:00

Registration

14:00 - 14:30

Welcome - Opening Session
Cristina Campoy, University of Granada, Spain
Berthold Koletzko, Ludwig-Maximiliams University of Münich, Germany 
Angel Gil, University of Granada, Spain
UGR-Chancellor
Isabelle de Froidmont, EU-Commission Officer-FP7 Cooperation Theme 2 Food, Agriculture, Fisheries and Biotechnologies, Brussels


The NUTRIMENTHE EU Project
Cristina Campoy, University of Granada, Spain

14:30 - 16:30

Symposium 1: Prenatal nutrition and children's cognition and behaviour
ChairBerthold Koletzko, Ludwig-Maximiliams University of Münich, Germany
Miguel Pérez-García, University of Granada, Spain

14:30 - 14:50

"Does maternal iodine intake in pregnancy influence child neurodevelopment?"
Sarah Bath, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK

 14:50 - 15:10

Prenatal nutrition and behaviour in children
Henning Tiemeier, Erasmus University Medical Center, Germany

15:10 - 15:30

Long-term effects of prenatal nutrition intervention on brain development
Cristina CampoyUniversity of Granada, Spain

15:30 - 15:50

Polyunsaturated fatty acid levels in blood during pregnancy, at birth and at 7 years: their associations with diet and two common FADS2 polymorphisms.
Pauline Emmett, University of Bristol, UK

15:50 - 16:10

Nutrient-gene interaction in early life programming of brain development
Eva Reischl , Helmholtz Zentrum München, Germany

16:10 - 16:30

Expert Discussion & Key messages

16:30 - 17:00

Coffee Break

17:00 - 18:30

Young Scientist Forum –Competition. Nutrition, Physical Activity and Mental Performance
ChairPauline Emmett, University of Bristol, UK
Verónica Luque, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, IISPV, Reus, Spain

Six finalists will present their work and the science will be explored during questioning by expert judges. The three best presentations will receive cash prizes. First prize 1000€, second prize 700€, third prize 550€.

 

Saturday, September 14th

08:00 - 08:30

Keynote Lecture: Early diet and general cognitive outcome at adolescence in children born at or below 30 weeks gestation
ChairJoaquín Escribano, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, IISPV, Reus, Spain
Speaker: Elisabeth IsaacsUniversity College London, UK

08:30 - 10:30

Symposium 2: Toddler Nutrition and Brain Development
ChairCristina CampoyTamas Décsi

08:30 - 08:50

Infant feeding and neurodevelopment at school age: Results from a randomized clinical trial.
Astrid Rauh-Pfeiffer, University of Munich, Germany

08:50 - 09:10

DHA supply and neurological function in children: Is there a dose response relationship in phenylketonuric children?
Berthold Koletzko, Ludwig-Maximiliams University of Münich, Germany

09:10 - 09:30

Neonatal nutrition and brain development
Hans van Goudoever, Academisch Medisch Centrum BJJ De Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands 

09:30 - 09:50

Head circumference growth rate during the first 4y of life in relationship to neurodevelopment in childhood.
Verónica Luque, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, IISPV, Reus, Spain

09:50 - 10:10

2 selected abstracts communications

10:10 - 10:30

Expert Discussion & Key messages

10:30 - 11:00

Coffee break

11:00 - 11:30

Keynote Lecture: Early protein intake and later child 
health: the European Childhood Obesity study. 
ChairRicardo Closa, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, IISPV, Reus, Spain
Speaker: Berthold Koletzko, Ludwig-Maximiliams University of Münich, Germany

11:30 - 13:30

Symposium 3: Multimodal mapping of brain development
ChairTomas Paus, The Rotman Research Institute, University of Toronto, Canada
Tonya White, Erasmus University Medical Center, Germany

11:30 - 11:50

Population neuroscience of the developing brain
Tomas PausThe Rotman Research Institute, University of Toronto, Canada

11:50 - 12:10

Developmental testing in children in multicenter studies: lessons learned 
Miguel Pérez-García, University of Granada, Spain

12:10 - 12:30

Long term effects of early nutrition on working memory and attention measured by EEG/ERP
Andrés Catena, University of Granada, Spain

12:30 - 12:50

Brain imaging results from Generation R
Ilse Nijs, Erasmus University Medical Center, Germany

12:50 - 13:10

2 selected abstracts

13:10 - 13:30

Expert discussion & Key messages

13:30 - 14:30

Lunch and Poster session

14:30 - 16:00

Symposium 4: The impact of improving cognition and behaviour by better nutrition: Economic & Consumer perspectives
ChairLluis Serra, Universidad de Las Palmas, Spain
Tania Anjos, University of Granada, Spain

14:30 - 14:50

The role of meta-analysis in the evaluation of the effects of early nutrition on mental and motor development in children.
Hania Szajewska, Medical University of Warsaw, Poland

14:50 - 15:10

Economic Impact of improving brain developmental by better early nutrition
Niels Straub, Institute of Market Research, Strategy and Planning, Munich, Germany

15:10 - 15:30

Consumer understanding of the relationship between nutrition and mental performance.
Bernadette Egan, University of Surrey, UK

15:30 - 15:45

Expert discussion and key messages

15:45 - 16:15

Keynote Lecture: Brain Development in children born prematurely
Chair: Angel Gil, University of Granada, Spain
Speaker: Ricardo Uauy, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London, UK

16:15 - 17:00

Coffee Break

17:00 - 18:00

Symposium 5: Approaches to the use of  biomarkers relating to neurodevelopment and behaviour in multicentre studies
ChairElvira Verduci, University of Milano, Italy
Darek Gruzsfeld, Children's Memorial Health Institute, Poland

17:00 - 17:20

New techniques for easy biomarker assessment in children using blood spots 
Hans Demmelmair, Ludwig-Maximiliams University of Münich, Germany

17:20 - 17:40

Metabolomic approaches to urine analysis and the discovery of effective biomarkers
Alegría Carrasco, University of Granada, Spain

17:40 - 17:50

Expert Discussion + Key messages

17:50 - 18:10

Keynote Lecture: New opportunities in Horizon 2020 
ChairBerthold Koletzko, Ludwig-Maximiliams University of Münich, Germany
Speaker: Isabelle de Froidmont-Goertz, EU-Commission Officer-FP7 Cooperation Theme 2 Food, Agriculture, Fisheries and Biotechnologies, Brussels

18:10 - 18:30

Keynote Lecture: Different patterns of functional brain domains in neurodevelopment of children in eight European countries. 
ChairMiguel Pérez-García, University of Granada, Spain
Speaker: Cristina Campoy, University of Granada, Spain

18:35 - 18:45

Closing Ceremony & Conclusions
Cristina Campoy, Berthold Koletzko, Angel Gil

International Conferences

10th International Food Data Conference
September, 12th - 14th
Machado Room

http://www.ifdc2013.com/

 

NUTRIMENTHE Final International Conference.
"The Effect of Diet on the Mental Performance of Children"September, 13th - 14th
Machuca & Albeniz Rooms

http://www.barcelocongresos.com.es/NUTRIMENTHE2013/

 

Union Internationale de la Boulangerie et de la Boulangerie-Pâtisserie (UIB) Meeting.
 Bread and Health.September, 14th - 15th
Andalucia Rooms

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Topics to be covered

Track1

 

Track2

 

Track3

 

Track4

 

Track5

 

Track6

 

Track7

 

Track8

 

1: Advances in Nutrition Research
1.1 Nutrigenetics, Nutrigenomics and Personalized Nutrition
1.2 Epigenetics and Early Programming
1.3 New Advances in Experimental Nutrition
1.4 Biomarkers in Nutrition
1.5 New Experiment Approaches in Clinical Nutrition

 

2: Nutrition Through Life Course
2.1 Nutrition in Pregnancy and Lactation
2.2 Nutrition in Infancy and Childhood
2.3 Nutrition and Adolescence
2.4 Nutrition in the Elderly
2.5 Exercise and Nutrition

 

3: Public Health Nutrition and Environment
3.1 Epidemiology
3.2 Healthy Life Styles Promotion
3.3 Physical Activity
3.4 Nutrition Policies
3.5 Guidelines
3.6 Environmental Sustainability

 

4: Nutrition and Management of Diseases
4.1 Obesity, diabetes and Related Disorders
4.2 Cardiovascular Diseases
4.3 Cancer
4.4 Malnutrition
4.5 Other Inflammatory and Immune Disease

 

5: Nutrients and Nutritional Assessment
5.1 Body Composition
5.2 Growth and Development
5.3 Macronutrients
5.4 Micronutrients
5.5 Intern Data Base Food Composition
5.6 Nutrition Assessment Method

 

6: Functional Food and Bioactive Compounds
6.1 Prebiotics, Probiotics and Synbiotics
6.2 Bioactive Food Components and Ingredients

 

7: Food culture practices and Nutritional Education
7.1 Joining Cultures through the Mediterranean Diet
7.2 Nutrition Transition Challenges in Latin America
7.3 Nutrition, Health and Wellness in Asia and Oceania
7.4 Improving Indigenous and Cultural Food
7.5 Changing Dietary Patterns in Northern and Western Countries

 

8: Agriculture, Food Science and Safety
8.1 Agrodiversity and Econutrition
8.2 Food Composition and Labelling
8.3 Food Safety, Nutrition and Wellness
8.4 Nutrition and Environmental Sustainability
8.5 Nutritional Claims



Actividades a desarrollar:

Monday, September 16th

Andalucia Rooms

08.00-10.00h
T1 - 1.2

NPS1-1
Early life nutrition intervention effects on long term health and
function (Early Nutrition Project)

 

11.30-13.30h
T1 - 1.1

PS1-1
Developments in personalised nutrition: what's next? (Food4Me Project)

 

Machado and Picasso Rooms

08.00-10.00h
T2 - 2.1

NPS1-2
Efficacy of lipid-based nutrient supplements for prevention of maternal and
infant undernutrition in africa: results of the iLins project

 

11.30-13.30h
T2 - 2.3

PS1-2
Nutrition life style in adolescents. The HELENA study

 

Falla Auditorium

08.00-10.00h
T3 - 3.6

NPS1-3
Nutrition and environmental sustainability (FAO)

 

11.30-13.30h
T3 - 3.5

PS1-3
Global nutrition strategies (WHO)

 

Lorca Auditorium

08.00-10.00h
T4 - 4.1

NPS1-4
Dietary lipids and the risk of common diseases

 

11.30-13.30h
T4 - 4.4

PS1-4
IUNS Task Force
Scaling-up prevention and treatment of malnutrition*
*A post-discussion session will take place from 13.30 to 16.00 in seminars 3,4 and 5

 

Room B

08.00-10.00h
T5 - 5.5

NPS1-5
Methods and outcomes of nutritional assesment and health monitoring

 

11.30-13.30h
T2 - 2.4

PS1-5
The SMILING Project: A South East Asian-European Collaborative
Action to Prevent Micronutrient Deficiencies in Women and Young Children
in South-East Asia

 

Room C

08.00-10.00h
T6 - 6.1

NPS1-6
The PREVIEW project

 

11.30-13.30h
T6 - 6.1

PS1-6
Diversity of physiological functions of amino acids and peptides

 

Machuca and Albeniz Rooms

08.00-10.00h

NPS1-7
IUNS Task Force
The role of nutraceuticals in health along with basic nutrition

 

11.30-13.30h
T7 - 7.6

PS1-7
Linking food security and nutrition education to improve
infant and young children feeding

 

Room D

08.00-10.00h
T8 - 8.1

NPS1-8
IUNS Task Force.
IMAPP (intake, monitoring and program planning): softwaren nutrient
intake data

 

11.30-13.30h
T8 - 8.1

PS1-8
IUNS Task Force
Food based approaches to improve multiple micro-nutrient deficiencies
and protein quality

 

UP

 

Tuesday, September 17th

Andalucia Rooms

08.00-10.00h
T1 - 1.4

PS2-9
Biomarkers of nutrition for development: an overview (BOND)

 

11.30-13.30h
T1 - 1.4

PS2-17
Immunonutrition in health and disease

 

Machado and Picasso Rooms

08.00-10.00h
T2 - 2.5

PS2-10
Energy balance and active living

 

11.30-13.30h
T3 - 3.2

PS2-18
Healthy life style promotion

 

Falla Auditorium

08.00-10.00h
T2 - 2.1

PS2-11
Global challenges in maternal and child nutrition for today and the future

 

11.30-13.30h
T3 - 3.2

PS2-19
Confronting the global epidemic of non-communicable diseases:
findings from the NHLBI/UHG global network

 

Lorca Auditorium

08.00-10.00h
T4-4.1

PS2-12
Food, nutrition, physical activity and cancer-keeping the evidence
current: WCRF/AICR continuous update project (CUP)-(WCRF)

 

11.30-13.30h
T4-4.3

PS2-20
Tackling obesity in pre-school children: first results from the ToyBox- Study

 

Room B

08.00-10.00h
T5 - 5.4

PS2-13
Harmonization of human zinc requirements and country experiences
in assessing population zinc status

 

11.30-13.30h
T5 - 5.1

PS2-21
Assessment of body composition from birth to 2 years

 

Room C

08.00-10.00h
T6 - 6.1

PS2-14
Dietary reference values for DNA damage prevention

 

11.30-13.30h
T6 - 6.1

PS2-22
Nutrition role in healthy ageing: insight from the CHANCES Project

 

Machuca and Albeniz Rooms

08.00-10.00h
T7 - 7.1

PS2-15
Cultural differences in diet and nutrition across Europe. Impact on
health (FENS)

 

(Machuca)
11.30-13.30h
T7 - 7.6


PS2-23A
China's nutrition transition: implications of rapid social and economic
change for non-communicable disease risk (US NIH)

 

(Albéniz)
11.30-13.30h
T7 - 7.6


PS2-23B
A global partnership to improve nutrition medicine in Vietnam

 

Room D

08.00-10.00h
T8 - 8.2

PS2-16
IUNS Task Force
Food composition (FAO)

 

11.30-13.30h
T8 - 8.2

PS2-24
Sugars and health - the controversies continue (EUFIC)

 

UP

 

Wednesday, September 18th

Andalucia Rooms

08.00-10.00h
T1 - 1.1

PS3-25
New biomarkers for health claims made on food

 

11.30-13.30h
T1 - 1.4

PS3-33
IUNS Task Force
OMICS technologies with nutritional perspectives

 

Machado and Picasso Rooms

08.00-10.00h
T2- 2.2

PS3-26
Scaling up nutrition to improve infant and young child feeding
(IYCF) (Alive & Thrive)

 

(Machado)
11.30-13.30h
T2- 2.1

PS3-34A
Nutrients and Exercise performance - what is the evidence behind recent claims
of major benefits

 

(Picasso)
11.30-13.30h
T2- 2.2


PS3-34B
Past and current experiences in leveraging multiple program and partner
platforms to scale-up nutrition interventions-The SPRING project

 

Falla Auditorium

08.00-10.00h
T3 - 3.6

PS3-27
Community-based programme to prevent obesity: Lessons and perspectives
from 20 years of experience. (EPODE International Network)

 

11.30-13.30h
T3 - 3.6

PS3-35
Promoting healthy growth and preventing childhood stunting (WHO)

 

Lorca Auditorium

08.00-10.00h
T4 - 4.1

PS3-28
Role of dietary macronutrients on weight management. Role of protein and
glycemic index in body weight regulation-lessons from the Diogenes
intervention study

 

11.30-13.30h
T4 - 4.1

PS3-36
ISCOLE: International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the
Environment

 

Room B

08.00-10.00h
T5 - 5.4

PS3-29
Strengthening VAS within the health system where VAD remains a significant
public health problem: optimal mix of child health days and routine contacts
(Hellen Keller International (HKI)-UNICEF-Micronutrient Initiative (MI))

 

11.30-13.30h
T5 - 5.4

PS3-37
Findings from 5 birth cohorts from developing countries: The COHORTS
collaboration

 

Room C

08.00-10.00h
T6 - 6.1

PS3-30
Fibres and the gut iimunes system-FIBREBIOTICS EU project

 

11.30-13.30h
T6 - 6.2

PS3-38
HEALTHGRAIN Forum Symposium: Cereal foods and health -
new results and science-based nutrition guidelines

 

Machuca and Albeniz Room

(Machuca)
08.00-10.00h
T7 - 7.3


PS3-31A
Building research capacity in Latin America to address NCDs and obesity

 

(Albéniz)
11.30-13.30h
T7 - 7.6


PS3-31B
IUNS Task Force
Traditional, indigenous and cultural food and nutrition

 

(Machuca)
11.30-13.30h
T7 - 7.6


PS3-39A
Nutrition during times of economic crisis, let's cook something up!

 

(Albeniz)
11.30-13.30h
T7 - 7.6


PS3-39B
IUNS Task Force
Capacity development in innovative techniques in food and nutrition research

 

Room D

08.00-10.00h
T8 - 8.3

PS3-32
Low-calorie sweeteners: are they safe and can they help with weight
management?

 

(Albeniz)
11.30-13.30h
T8 - 8.3


PS3-40
FESNAD forum

 

UP

 

Thursday, September 19th

Andalucia Rooms

08.00-10.00h
T1 - 1.1

PS4-42
Public health genomics in individualized nutrition

 

11.30-13.30h
T1 - 1.4

PS4-49
Biomarkers of response to dietary interventions

 

Machado and Picasso Rooms

(Machado)
08.00-10.00h
T2- 2.2


PS4-42A
Complementary feeding and infant health (FAO project)

 

(Picasso)
08.00-10.00h
T2- 2.2


PS4-42B
Generating evidence of impact for integrated programs aimed to
improve child nutrition during the first 1000 days

 

11.30-13.30h
T2- 2.2

PS4-50
Early diet is critical for later development - new research into changing
early eating habits (HABEAT and VIVA)

 

Falla Auditorium

08.00-10.00h
T3 - 3.4

PS4-43
Nutrition profiling (WHO)

 

11.30-13.30h
T3 - 3.1

PS4-51
Nutrition, physical activity and the prevalence of NCDs in the Middle- East
and North-Africa

 

Lorca Auditorium

08.00-10.00h
T4 - 4.5

PS4-44
Nutrition in inflammatory bowel diseases. From basic to clinical application

 

11.30-13.30h
T4 - 4.5

PS4-52
Food allergy

 

Room B

08.00-10.00h
T5 - 5.4

PS4-45
Iron and Malaria (FeMal) Project Results

 

11.30-13.30h
T5 - 5.4

PS4-53
Strengthening micronutrient nutrition surveillance: WHO and CDC tools
and methods

 

Room C

08.00-10.00h
T6 - 6.1

PS4-46
Functional roles of human milk and other selected oligosaccharides

 

11.30-13.30h
T6 - 6.1

PS4-54
Functional roles of prebiotic inulin-type fructans

 

Room D

08.00-10.00h
T8 - 8.2

PS4-48
Food and Nutrition Reporting in the Media

 

Machuca and Albeniz Rooms

08.00-10.00h
T7 - 7.1

PS4-47
Mediterranean diet and disease

 

11.30-13.30h
T7 - 7.1

PS4-55
PREDIMED study

 

11.30-13.30h
T8 - 8.2

PS4-56
TBC

 

Seminars 3, 4, 5

08.00-10.00h
T8 - 8.2

PS4-48B
European school food network

 

11.30-13.30h
T8 - 8.2

PS4-56B
Mitigating affordability constraints to accessing nutrient requirements

 

UP

 

Friday, September 20th

Andalucia Rooms

08.00-10.00h
T1 - 1.4

PS5-57
 Early programming and nutrition in latin america

 

10.30-12.00h
T1 - 1.4

PS5-65
Metabolic and nutritional aspects of genetic diseases proposal
Chilean Nutrition Society

 

Machado and Picasso Rooms

08.00-10.00h
T2- 2.1

PS5-58
NUAGE research

 

(Machado)
10.30-12.00h
T5- 5.4

PS5-66A
Trace elements and chronic diseases

 

Falla Auditorium

08.00-10.00h
T3 - 3.6

PS5-59
Food insecurity and obesity across the life cycle

 

10.30-12.00h
T3 - 3.2

PS5-67
Type 2 diabetes in Asia's rapid growth is due to genetic or dietary

 

Lorca Auditorium

08.00-10.00h
T4 - 4.5

PS5-60
Maternal nutritional supplementation of HIV-infected women during
lactation: implications for maternal and infant health in resource-poor
settings (Gate Foundation)

 

10.30-12.00h
T4 - 4.5

PS5-68
TBC

 

Room B

08.00-10.00h
T5 - 5.4

PS5-61
Micronutrients fortifications. Science and strategies for public health
improvement in Asia

 

10.30-12.00h
T5 - 5.4

PS5-69
Evaluation of food fortification and biofortification interventions
in developing countries using stable isotopes

 

Room C

08.00-10.00h
T7 - 7.4

PS5-62
The role of nutraceuticals in health along with basic nutrition

 

10.30-12.00h

PS5-70
Phytochemicals Responsible for the Food Function, from the chemistry to
physiological relevance and human health

 

Machuca and Albeniz Rooms

(Machuca)
08.00-10.00h
T7 - 7.4


PS5-63A
Regulation versus innovation (IUFoST)

 

(Albéniz)
08.00-10.00h
T7 - 7.4


PS5-63B
Food systems for nutrition and health: growing, shopping, cooking and eating

 

(Machuca)
10.30-12.00h
T7 - 7.4

PS5-71A
The value of nutrition labelling: has nutrition labelling reduced
any chronic diseases? (IUFoST)

 

(Albéniz)
10.30-12.00h
T7 - 7.4


PS5-71B
Urbanization, Climate Change and Nutrition Insecurity

 

Room D

08.00-10.00h
T8 - 8.2

PS5-64
Feeding workers

 

10.30-12.00h
T8 - 8.2

PS5-72
The shift toward a modern industrialized food system, potential implications
for nutrition-related chronic diseases and for public policies


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Fori & Satellite Symposia

To download the complete Preliminary Programme which includes speakers and session titles

Please click here

 

 

 


Saturday, September 14th

Facultad de Farmacia de Granada. Campus Cartuja

Simposio satellite de la Asociación Iberoamericana de facultades y escuelas
de nutrición (AIFEN)
Satellite symposium of the Iberoamerican Association of faculties and schools
of nutrition (AIFEN)

09.00-14.30h

Dónde estamos y hacia dónde vamos en la enseñanza de la nutrición
Where we stand and where do we go in theaching nutrition

 

 

Sunday, September 15th

Science Park of Granada / Parque de las Ciencias de Granada

Workshop en dieta Mediterránea y sensoralidad 
Workshop on Mediterranean diet and sensory /

09.00-14.30h

Nutrition education, Mediterranean diet and sensory for nutrition/
professionals. Educating Mediterranean styles Workshop
"Workshop" de educación nutricional, Dieta Mediterránea y
sensorialidad para profesionales de la nutrición. Educando estilos
mediterráneos

 

Granada Congress Center

UIB Satellite Symposium
ROOM ANDALUCIA

16.00-18.00h

Bread and Health

 

Alive & Thrive Satellite Symposium
MACHADO AND PICASSO ROOMS

09.00-13.00h

Testing Innovations to Improve Infant and Young Child Feeding Practices
in Low-Income Populations: Research findings from the Alive & Thrive
Grants Program

 

Daniel & Nina Carasso Foundation Satellite Symposium
MACHADO AND PICASSO ROOMS

13.30-18.00h

Sustainable food and diets: From theory to evidence-Based
successful practice

 

Forum SPEN
LORCA AUDITORIUM

09.00-14.00h

ESPEN Forum on Clinical Malnutrition

 

Forum ESPGHAN: Committee on Nutrition 
LORCA AUDITORIUM

14.30-18.30h

Do toddlers have special nutritional needs?

 

Nutrition Innovation Lab. (Asia and Africa), Friedman School of Nutrition Science and
Policy Tufts University Satellite Symposium

FALLA AUDITORIUM

09.00-18.00h

Research on Agriculture, Health and Nutrition

 

Satellite Symposium on Giving Iron to Young Children
FALLA AUDITORIUM

11.30-13.30h

Giving Iron to Young Children: Implications for Public Health
Programs in Developing Countries

 

ANFABRA Satellite Symposium
ROOM B

09.00-11.00h

Public Health Nutrition – Healthy Life Styles Promotion

 

GRUPO TRAGSA Satellite Symposium
ROOM B

12.30 – 14.00h

Fish: Health benefits versus potential risks do not justify limiting consumption

12.30-13.30:  Prof Angel Gil Presentation
13.30-14.00: Nutritional Tasting comment by Chef Juan Andrés Morilla

 

SPRING Project JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. with partners,
Helen Keller International, the Manoff Group, Save the Children and the
International Food Policy Research Institute

ROOM B

14.00-18.00h

MIYCN: Current headlines in maternal, infant and young child nutrition

 

The Global Iodine Nutrition Network (ICCIDD) Satellite Symposium
Driving successful IDD control programs: New findings from an international task force

ROOM C

14.30-18.00h

Achieving successful prevention and control of Iodine Deficiency
Disorders (IDD):Findings and programmatic implications from an
international task force

 

Forum DOHaD 
MACHUCA ROOM

09.00-13.00h

Nutrition and early life origins of allergic disease

 

Food Aid Quality Review (FAQR) - In Honour of Dr. Nevin Scrimshaw
Organized Tufts University's Food Aid Quality Review, World Food Programme,
and the Nevin Scrimshaw International Nutrition Foundation.
Support for the Symposium is provided by USAID's Office of Food for Peace

ALBENIZ ROOM

09.00-13.30h

Food Aid Quality Review (FAQR) Symposium: What works in prevention
and treatment of moderate acute malnutrition: A systematic review
of meta-analyses

 

Scaling up Nutrition- What will it cost at country level?
Developing Costed Scale-up plans 

Organised by the World Bank and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation 

MACHUCA AND ALBÉNIZ ROOM

14.00-15.30h

Session 1: Costing and developing scale-up plans

 

 

15.45-16.30h

Session 2: Future Considerations for costing and financing nutrition

 

Forum SLAN
ROOM D

09.00-13.30h

The double burden of undernutrition and obesity in Latin America

 

IMTF Workshop
ROOM D

14.00-18.00h

Update on the management of severe malnutrition

 

IUNS - Task Force Diet, Nutrition and Longterm Health Seminar
SEMINAR ROOMS 6 AND 7

09.00-13.30h

Workshop Normative indicators of child health and nutrition
- One size fits all?

 

UP

 

Tuesday, September 17th

Granada Congress Center

Forum FELANPE
SEMINAR ROOMS 3, 4 AND 5

08.00-10.30h

Current situation, challenges and perspectives of clinical nutrition
in Latin America

 

UP

 

Friday, September 20th

Granada Congress Center

Instituto de Estudios Documentales del Azúcar y la Remolacha (IEDAR) Satellite Symposium
MACHADO ROOM

16.00-18.30h

Scientific Update on Sugars and Health

 


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Plenary & Special Lectures

Sunday, September 15th

Lorca Auditorium

19.15-20.00h

Opening Lecture
The New Sustainable Development Goals and Nutrition
Maria Purificación Neira, Director Public Health and Environment, WHO

 

 

Monday, September 16th

Lorca Auditorium

10.3011.00h

Plenary Lecture
The resolution of inflammation. Is there anything nutrients can do for it?
Charles N. Serhan, Harvard Institutes of Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard
Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

 

16.00 - 16.30 SPECIAL LECTURES

Andalucia

Chronobiology and obesity: the number 25, the initial point
Fred W. Turek, Charles E. & Emma H. Morrison, University in Evanston and Chicago, Illinois, USA

 

Machado and Picasso

Social determinants of health and nutrition 
Tomris Turmen, International Children's Center; Department of Pediatrics/Newborn Medicine, University of Ankara Medical School, Turkey

 

Falla Auditorium

The role of policy and regulation in improving diets
Boyd Swinburn, Epidemiology and Biostatistics Department University of
Auckland, New Zealand

 

Lorca Auditorium

Differential diagnosis and management in childhood obesities
Jesús Argente, Department of Paediatrics, Univesidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain

 

Room B

Sweetness, satiation, and satiety
France Bellisle, Faculty of Medicine, Laval University, Quebec. Centre de Recherche en Nutrition Humained'Ile de France, Université Paris, Bobigny, France

 

Room C

Modulation of the gut microbiota by nutrients with prebiotic and
probiotic properties

Nathalie Delzenne, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium

 

Machuca and Albéniz

Maternal nutrition and birth outcomes
Zulfiqar Bhutta, The Aga Khan University, Pakistan

 

Room D

Assessing and improving the quality of food composition databases
for nutrition and health applications

Paul Finglas, Institute of Food Research, UK

 

 

Tuesday, September 17th

Lorca Auditorium

10.30-11.00h

Plenary Lecture
Micronutrient Research, Programs and Policy: From Meta-analyses
to Metabolomics

Lindsay Allen (E.V. McCollum lecture)

 

16.00 - 16.30 SPECIAL LECTURES

Andalucia

Challenges for molecular nutrition research
Mike Gibney, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland

 

Machado and Picasso

Towards body composition reference data for children and adolescents
Jonathan C Wells, University College London, UK

 

Falla Auditorium

Energy balance and obesity
James O. Hill, Anschutz Health and Wellness Center, University of
Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, USA

 

Lorca Auditorium

Nutritional rickets around the world
Gail Goldberg, MRC Human Nutrition Research, Cambridge, UK

 

Room B

Developing suitable methods of nutritional status assessment,
a continuous challenge

Ibrahim Elmadfa, University of Vienna, Austria

 

Room C

Iron nutrition of infants - what is too little and what  is too much?
Lönnerdal, University of California, Davis, USA

 

Machuca and Albéniz

Research to improve infant nutrition and growth in Africa
Anna Lartey, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana

 

Room D

Sustainable diets: how nutrition can save the planet 
Barbara Burlingame, Food and Nutrition Division, FAO, Rome

 

 

Wednesday, September 18th

Lorca Auditorium

10.30-11.00h

Plenary Lecture
New powers of brown fat: fighting the metabolic syndrome
Jan Nedergard, The Wenner-Gren Institute, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden

 

16.00 - 16.30 SPECIAL LECTURES

Andalucia

Early Nutrition and non-nommunicable diseases in countries of the Middle-East
Nahla Houalla, Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture, American University of Beirut/ Lebanon, Beirut

 

Machado and Picasso

Genetic engineering/biotechnology and it's relevance to pediatric nutrition
Ronal E. Kleinman, Mass General Hospital for Children Chair, Department of Pediatrics Massachusetts
General Hospital Charles Wilder Professor of Pediatrics Harvard Medical School

 

Room B

Regulation of protein synthesis in skeletal muscle by leucine during the neonatal period
Teresa Davis, Baylor College of Medicine, U.S. Department of Agriculture / Agricultural Research Service , Children's Nutrition Research Center at Baylor College of Medicine

 

Room C

Why alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) is essential: New research on plant based sources
Kris Etherton, Department of Nutritional Sciences, The Pennsylvania State University, USA

 

Machuca and Albéniz

Bioactive foods and ingredients for health
Connie Weaver, Department of Nutrition Science (NUTR), Purdue University, USA

 

Room D

Agrinutrition. Where are we going? 
Alan Dangour, The Leverhulme Centre for Integrative Research in Agriculture and Health

 

 

Thursday, September 19th

Lorca Auditorium

10.30-11.00h

Plenary Lecture
IUNS Award (TBC)

 

16.00 - 16.30 SPECIAL LECTURES

Andalucia

Brite versus brown and white adipose tissues: functional and molecular differences
Barbara Cannon, Stockholm University

 

Machado and Picasso

The importance of dietary protein to maintain musculoskeletal mass and quality during aging 
Daniel Moore , Department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences, University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada

 

Falla Auditorium

Obesity of the rich, obesity of the poor: two epidemics?
Benjamin Caballero, International Health, Johns Hopkins Bloombergs School of Public Heatlh Baltimore, USA

 

Lorca Auditorium

Diet and noncommunicable diseases: Lessons from the EPIC-Study
Heiner Boeing, German Institute of Human Nutrition, Berlin

 

Room B

Iron food fortification and anemia prevention
Mari Nieves García Casal, Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Científicas (IVIC), Venezuela

 

Room C

Cardiovascular Effects of Dietary Flavonoids - Is there a potential benefit in diabetes?
Ian MacDonald, University of Nottingham, UK

 

Machuca and Albéniz

Innovation and quick-wins in nutrition policies in WHO European Region
Joao Breda, WHO Programme Manager Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity

 

Room D

Identifying and characterizing the effects of nutrition on learning and memory 
Neal Cohen, Neuroscience Program, and Beckman Institute; Neuroscience Program (NSP); Center for Nutrition, Learning, and Memory (CNLM); Center for Lifelong Improvement of Minds & Brains (CLIMB); University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

 

 

Friday, September 20th

Lorca Auditorium

12.00-13.00h

Closing Ceremony

 

12.00-12.15h

Towards a new milestone in European nutrition and physical activity
policies - Vienna Declaration on Nutrition and NCD

João Breda, WHO Regional Office for Europe João Breda, Nutrition,
Physical Activity and Obesity Programme Division of Noncommunicable
Diseases and Life-Course World Health Organization, Copenhagen, Denmark

12.15-12.45h

Closing Lecture
Health and Well Being in the Changing Urban Environment
Dov Jaron, School of Biomedical Engineering, Science & Health Systems,
Member of the International Council of Science (ICSU) Board

 

12.45-13.00h

Presentation IUNS 21st ICN

 

13.00-13.15h

Closing remarks

 

13.15-13.45h

Performance

 

14.00-15.30h

Show Cooking at Parque de las Ciencias


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