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
In this webinar, Prof. Jarlei Fiamoncini (Dept of Food and Experimental Nutrition, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of São Paulo) will talk about the application of dietary challenges combined with metabolomics analysis for the generation of data that allows the identification of individual post-prandial responses. In particular, we will discuss how multivariate statistics can be employed to reveal distinct human metabotypes and susceptibility to chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes. For more information and registration click here
From L-R: Veronica Arreaza, Karolin Weitkunat, Anne Geijsen, Erika Coletto, Chiara Salvesi and Camilla Diotallevi attended the 6th Winterschool held from 27-31 January in Levi, Lapland. Please find here their report.
The 17th edition of the NuGOweek will be held from 7-9 September 2020 in Tarragona, Spain. The title of the 17th edition is "Bioactive food components for disease prevention:
The Postgraduate course will be organised from 5-7 September 2020 and will be held at the Universitat Rovira i Vigili. The title of the course is: “Multiplatform-omics data analysis in nutrigenomics studies”.
Photo: Patronat Municipal de Turisme de Tarragona _ Manuel R. Granell
The Postgraduate course will be organised from 5-7 September 2020 and will be held at the Universitat Rovira i Vigili. The title of the course is: “Multiplatform-omics data analysis in nutrigenomics studies”. More information will be made available in due time. Note these dates in your dairy!
The goal of precision nutrition is to optimize nutrient exposures to achieve healthy human physiological systems. This 4-day meeting brings together experts in nutrition, metabolomics, systems biology, and computer science who otherwise would not interact to advance our fundamental understanding of biological networks, their dynamics, changes with age and interactions with nutrients. Importantly, this meeting will also encourage future research to identify next generation biomarkers for assessment of nutrient needs in health and disease.
For more information, abstract submission and registration please click here