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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*

 

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

 

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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)

 

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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

 

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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

 

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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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