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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

 

 

Monday, September 16th

Lorca Auditorium

10.3011.00h

Plenary Lecture
The resolution of inflammation. Is there anything nutrients can do for it?

 

16.00 - 16.30 SPECIAL LECTURES

Andalucia

Chronobiology and obesity: the number 25, the initial point

 

Machado and Picasso

Social determinants of health and nutrition

 

Falla Auditorium

The role of policy and regulation in improving diets

 

Lorca Auditorium

Differential diagnosis and management in childhood obesities

 

Room B

Sweetness, satiation, and satiety

 

Room C

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

 

Machuca and Albéniz

Maternal nutrition and birth outcomes

 

Room D

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

 

 

Tuesday, September 17th

Lorca Auditorium

10.30-11.00h

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

 

16.00 - 16.30 SPECIAL LECTURES

Andalucia

Challenges for molecular nutrition research

 

Machado and Picasso

Towards body composition reference data for children and adolescents

 

Falla Auditorium

Energy balance and obesity

 

Lorca Auditorium

Nutritional rickets around the world

 

Room B

Developing suitable methods of nutritional status assessment,
a continuous challenge

 

Room C

Iron nutrition of infants - what is too little and what  is too much?

 

Machuca and Albéniz

Research to improve infant nutrition and growth in Africa

 

Room D

Sustainable diets: how nutrition can save the planet

 

 

Wednesday, September 18th

Lorca Auditorium

10.30-11.00h

Plenary Lecture
New powers of brown fat: fighting the metabolic syndrome

 

16.00 - 16.30 SPECIAL LECTURES

Andalucia

Early Nutrition and non-nommunicable diseases in countries of the Middle-East

 

Machado and Picasso

Genetic engineering/biotechnology and it's relevance to pediatric nutrition

 

Room B

Regulation of protein synthesis in skeletal muscle by leucine during the neonatal period

 

Room C

Why alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) is essential: New research on plant based sources

 

Machuca and Albéniz

Bioactive foods and ingredients for health

 

Room D

Agrinutrition. Where are we going?

 

 

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

 

Machado and Picasso

The importance of dietary protein to maintain musculoskeletal mass and quality during aging

 

Falla Auditorium

Obesity of the rich, obesity of the poor: two epidemics?

 

Lorca Auditorium

Diet and noncommunicable diseases: Lessons from the EPIC-Study

 

Room B

Iron food fortification and anemia prevention

 

Room C

Cardiovascular Effects of Dietary Flavonoids - Is there a potential benefit in diabetes?

 

Machuca and Albéniz

Innovation and quick-wins in nutrition policies in WHO European Region

 

Room D

Identifying and characterizing the effects of nutrition on learning and memory

 

 

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

12.15-12.45h

Closing Lecture
Health and Well Being in the Changing Urban Environment

 

12.45-13.00h

Presentation IUNS 21st ICN

 

13.00-13.15h

Closing remarks

 

13.15-13.45h

Performance

 

14.00-15.30h

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