NuGO week 2017:
Molecular nutrition–understanding how food influences health
Monday, 28th August

Monday, 28th August
16.00 Registration
18.00  Opening NuGOweek 2017
Diana Ivanova –  Welcome and opening
18.20 Session 1a: Precision medicine
Yves A. Lussier, University of Arizona, US –  Dynamic changes of RNA-sequencing expression for precision medicine: the n=1  pathways approach
19.00 Introduction of new NuGO member organisations
19.45  Welcome reception at the Palace Hotel Restaurant

Tuesday, 29th August
09.00  Session 1b: Precision medicine 
Xu Lin, Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, CN – Linking of Omics-based biomarkers with nutrition and metabolic outcomes in Chinese
09.40 Selected orals
10.40 coffee break
11.00 Session 2: Early Career Investigators Session
Selected orals
12.30 Poster Session 1
13.30 Lunch
Break;  Optional: Guided visit of the Varna Archaeological Museum and City Centre Tour
17.00 Session 3 : Adipose and related tissues
Saverio Cinti, Dept. of Experimental & Clinical Medicine, University of Ancona, IT – The adipose organ – news and views
16.40 Selected orals
free evening

Wednesday, 30th August
09.00 Session 4:  The application of phenotypic flexibility in nutrition research
Hannelore Daniel, Technical University Munich, DE –  Identifying metabotypes: the challenges from NutriTech
Suzan Wopereis, TNO, NL – Data integration and phenotypic flexibility
10.20 Coffee break
10.40 Selected orals
12.30 Poster Session 2
13.30 Lunch
Break;  Optional: Guided visit of the Aladzha Monastery
17.00 Session 5, Diet and cancer prevention
Richard Mithen, Institute of Food Research, UK – Integrating transcriptome and metabolome signatures to provide new insights as to how diet can prevent prostate cancer progression.
Young-Joon Surh, Seoul National University, KR / President Asia Pacific  Nutrigenomics and Nutrigenetics Organisation (APNNO)Anti-inflammatory, proresolving and cancer chemopreventive effects of  docosahexaenoic acid and its metabolites
18.00 Selected orals
20.00  Conference dinner at the Palace Hotel Restaurant with poster prize announcement  and night party on the beach at Tahiti beach bar near the Palace Hotel

Thursday, 31th August
09.00  Session 6: New development in (nutritional) genetics
John Burn, Newcastle University, UK – New technology in genotyping and gene sequencing
Kari Stefansson, deCODE Genetics, IS – Early nutrition, metabolic effects and long-term health10.40  Closing Session NuGOweek 2017
Wrap-up NuGOweek 2017
Announcement NuGOWeek 2018
11.00  Lunch (to go) and NuGO General Members Meeting

Afternoon:  FoodBALL project meeting

Friday 1th September
FoodBALL meeting continued