Detailed programme

Update selected orals: 10 July 2019
*Early career scientists
Update poster presentations: 5 Augustus 2019

Monday 9 September 2019
16:00 Start registration NuGOweek 2019
17:30 Introductory lecture
N. Probst-Hensch, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Basel, Switzerland

Impact of climate change on nutrition and health
18:15 Introduction to new NuGO members
19:00 Welcome reception

Tuesday 10 September 2019
9:00 Opening Session (Chair G. Vergères, Agroscope, Bern, Switzerland)
E. Reinhard, Director of Agroscope, Switzerland

Session 1 Food and diet composition (Chair L. Vanhaecke, Ghent University, Merelbeke, Belgium)
9:15 N. Darmon, INRA, Montpellier, France
Translating multicriteria information on individual foods into healthy and sustainable diets 

Session 2 Food and diet intake (Chair L. Vanhaecke, Ghent University, Merelbeke, Belgium)
10:00 C. Manach, INRA, Clermont-Ferrand, France
Modern tools in the assessment of food and diet intake 

10:45 Break

11:15 G. Pimentel*, Agroscope, Switzerland
Identification of milk and cheese intake biomarkers
11:35 C. Cuparencu*, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Biomarkers of red meat intake: are we there yet?
11:55 R. Wedekind*, International Agency for Research on Cancer, France
Syringol metabolites as new biomarkers for smoked meat intake 

Session 3 Food and diet metabolism and function (Chair L. Dragsted, University of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg C, Denmark)
12:15 D. Haller, Technische Universität München, Freising-Weihenstephan, Germany
Impact of diet on human health - microbiome as a show case  

13:00 Lunch
14:00 Poster Session 1

Session 3 Food and diet metabolism and function (continued) (Chair L. Dragsted, University of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg C, Denmark)
15:00 A.L. Dordevic*, Monash University, Australia
Postprandial transcriptomic response of adipose tissue to high fat meals in middle-aged men with metabolic syndrome
15:20 D. Burnand*, Agroscope, Switzerland
Challenging the metabolic fingerprint of normal weight and obese subjects using a dose response strategy to a high fat meal
15:40 J. Helleur*, Quadram Institute Bioscience, United Kingdom
The role of 3,4-dihydroxyphenyl-γ-valerolactone, the gut microbiota metabolite of epicatechin, in reducing insulin resistance 

16:00 Break

16:30 S. Polakof, Université Clermont Auvergne, INRA, France
Postprandial arteriovenous analyses of the metabolome provide new dynamic metabolic signatures about the insulin resistance condition in the skeletal muscle of minipigs
16:50 E. De Paepe*, Ghent University, Belgium
Multi-biofluid metabolomics as a tool to discover metabolite biomarkers for cow’s milk allergy diagnosis
17:10 R. Davis*, Monash University, Australia
Diurnal differences in the transcriptome of peripheral blood mononuclear cells in response to a meal

17:30 End of presentations

Social activities:
18:00 - NuGO Early Career Network (ECN) annual networking event (for registered participants)
19:00 - City walk (for registered participants)

Wednesday 11 September 2019
Session 3 Food and diet metabolism and function (continued) (Chair F. Zhang, By-Health Co., Ltd, Guangzhou, China)
9:00 L. Bordoni*, University of Camerino, Italy
Platelet mitochondrial DNA methylation and CVD risk: what is the role of trimethylamine-N-oxide and carnitine supplementation during physical activity?
9:20 H.T. Aboufarrag*, Quadram Institute Bioscience, United Kingdom
Interactions between anthocyanin microbial metabolites, HDL function and PON1 genotype
9:40 C. Diotallevi*, Libera Università di Bolzano and Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy
Measuring polyphenols metabolism in Mankai duckweed: a novel aquatic and amino rich plant protein source
10:00 A. Eroglu, The Ohio State University, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and North Carolina State University, USA
Molecular mechanisms of action of β-apocarotenoids and functional biomarkers of plasma carotenoids

10:20 Break

Session 4 Nutritional epidemiology (Chair J. Mathers, University of Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom)
10:50 K. Lillycrop, University of Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom
The impact of epigenetics on epidemiology
11:35 L. Brennan, UCD School of Agriculture and Food Science, Dublin, Ireland
Metabolomics-based dietary biomarkers in nutritional epidemiology - current status and future opportunities
12:20 S.P. Breininger*, Newcastle University and Wellcome Trust Centre for Mitochondrial Research, United Kingdom
Effects of obesity and weight loss on microRNA expression in the human colorectal mucosa
12:40 M.P. Zumaraga, Food and Nutrition Research Institute, Philippines
Finding genetic markers of vitamin D deficiency from the 2013 Philippine National Nutrition Survey using high-throughput next generation sequencing

13:00 Lunch
14:00 Poster Session 2

15:00 L.O. Dragsted, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Nutritional metabolomics – finding and validating biomarkers of food and beverage intake

15:20 K.J. Li*, Wageningen University & Research, The Netherlands and Agroscope, Switzerland
Identifying and validating biomarkers of fermented food intake to better understand their associations with cardiometabolic health
15:40 S. Noerman*, University of Eastern Finland, Finland
Metabolic phenotyping reveals potential biomarkers of diet-modifiable individual susceptibility to coronary heart disease

Session 5 Public health nutrition strategies: toward personalized nutrition? (Chair A. Bordoni, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy)
16:00 M. Bochud, Center for Primary Care and Public Health (Unisanté) - University of Lausanne, Switzerland
The contribution of diet to socioeconomic inequalities in health

16:45 End of presentations
19:15 Conference dinner at the Highland Gurten (for registered participants)

Thursday 12 September 2019
Session 5 Public health nutrition strategies: toward personalized nutrition? (continued) (Chair A. Bordoni, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy)
9:00 M.F. Hjorth, University of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg C, Denmark
Personalized dietary management of overweight and obesity
9:45 S. Bürkli*, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
The effect of genetic variation in TMPRSS6 (SNP rs855791) on iron metabolism and oral iron absorption: a stable iron isotope study in Taiwanese women
10:05 T. Grohmann*, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Personalized responses to a grape seed and bilberry extract supplementation in a human intervention study

10:25 Break

10:55 C. Allémann*, EPFL, Switzerland
Personalized nutrition & citizen science: A healthy diet through algorithms
11:15 J. Bouwman, TNO, The Netherlands
@OBEDIS core variables project: A European expert proposition on a minimal core set of variables to include in exploratory clinical trials of obesity interventions
11:35 B. de Roos, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Determining responders and non-responders to fish consumption
11:55 Closing session / Presentation NuGOweek 2020

12:20 End of NuGOweek 2019 / Takeaway lunch

Satellite meeting Filling the gaps in nutrition research: the views of stakeholders
Organised by the National Committee of the International Union of Nutritional Sciences

13.30 Registration Satellite meeting
14.00 Welcome Dr. Guy Vergères
14.05 Hannelore Daniel, Technische Universität München, Freising-Weihenstephan, DE
Introductory lecture – Nutrition science for the 21st century
14.45 Introductory notes, workshop, summary
18.00 End

Friday 13 September
Annual meeting of the Swiss Society for Nutrition in partnership with NuGO
Presentations in German and French

For registration please check the registration site