Welcome to NuGO
NuGO is an Association of Universities and Research Institutes focusing on the joint development of the research areas of molecular nutrition, personalised nutrition, nutrigenomics and nutritional systems biology.
NuGO Newsletters, Annual Reports, Flyers and Publications
Annual Conference (the NuGOweek 2023) organised by NuGO & University of Camerino
- NuGOweek 2023
Impact of nutrition during different life stages – tracing the impact of diet on human health
When: 5th to 8th of September 2023
Where: Senigallia, La Rotonda, Italy
Registration will be open asap
Prof. Rosita Gabbianelli
Unit of Molecular Biology and Nutrigenomics
School of Pharmacy
University of Camerino, Italy
Questions? please ask us under nugo[at]wur[dot]nl.
Training & Courses 2023
- NuGO Webinars on Omics for Nutrition Science
8th NuGO webinar - Nutrition Science, omics data capturing
Please find more information on the registration page.
Please register here.
When: Tuesday 28th of March, 10-11:30 CEST
9th NuGO webinar - Data analysis & infrastructure in food and nutrition
The program will follow.
Please register here.
When: Thursday 1st of June, 10-11:30 CEST
- Courses / Workshops /Grants
2 NuGO grants of €700 are available!
When: 26- 30 June 2023
Where: : Department of Nutrition Exercise and Sports, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
A detailed course description can be found here or contact: [email protected].The deadline for requesting financial support from NuGO is the 14th of April 2023!
Find more information on this grant application here.
Do you have questions on trainings or courses? Contact us at nugo[at]wur[dot]nl.
Early Career Network
- Launch of a new Frontiers for Young Minds the Nutrigenomics Collection entitled
"New ways to understand how foods affect me and my health" click here more information
- ECN Webinar series 2022/2023
* 2023-1 on 19th January 11AM (CEST)
"Lifelines Biobank", more information will follow, please register
* 2022-3 on 6th July, 11AM (CEST)
"Gut physiology meets microbiome science" by Professor Hannelore Daniel
* 2022-2 on 18th May, 11AM (CEST)
"Using omics approaches to identify potential biomarkers of IBD" by Dr. Amira Metwaly (TUM, D)
* 2022-1 on 30th April 11AM (CEST)
"Precision Nutrition – Fact or Fiction" by Dr. Sarah Berry and Dr. Kate Bermingham (KCL, UK)
click here for a recording of this event