High-Value Nutrition invites you to Foodomics 2019
Foodomics 2019 is where the country’s researchers and businesses taking premium foods for health and wellbeing to the world gather to collaborate, learn about the latest research and opportunities and network.
Early bird registration now open
Foodomics 2019 brings international experts on the
High-Value Nutrition eco-system to New Zealand
Hear from leading international experts on the microbiome, systems nutrition and global consumer trends and behaviour
9.30am: Keynote Trust your gut instinct
Rob Knight, Director Center for Microbiome Innovation, UC San Diego
Morning break (10:30 – 11:00am)
11am: The hunt for foods to boost the infant microbiome
11.30am: A good night’s sleep
11.45am: Open wide: creating new infant foods
Clare Wall, HVN Science Leadership Team, University of Auckland
Gerald Tannock, University of Otago
Lynley Drummond, Director, Drummond Food Science Advisory
Lunch (12:00 – 1:00pm)
Session 6: The puzzle of gut disorders and food intolerance
1.50pm: What we know and what we want to know
2pm: Listen to your gut: the COMFORT trial
2.15pm: Profiling biomarkers for Irritable Bowel Syndrome
3.15pm: Lactose or dairy intolerance: lessons from the a2 Milk trials
3.30pm: Foodomics 2019: Closing address
3:40pm: Hakarāpopoto me te karakia whakamutunga (final announcements and closing karakia)
Nicholas Talley, University of Newcastle
HVN acknowledges the generous support of AgResearch to facilitate this Keynote address.
Nicole Roy, HVN Science leadership team, AgResearch
Richard Gearry, University of Otago, Canterbury DHB
Karl Fraser & Wayne Young, AgResearch
Matthew Barnett, AgResearch
Richard Mithen, Chief Scientist, High-Value Nutrition
Kaumātua Matua Rawiri Wharemate, Kaumātua Himi Pene
Early bird registration is open until Friday 8 February. Delegates can choose between full conference registration or opt for single day registration.
Early bird full registration: $500, Early bird single day registation: $250.
Standard registration $600 and standard single day registration $300. Registration includes attendance, morning and afternoon tea and lunch. Early bird and standard full registration also covers entry to the Foodomics 2019 networking drinks on Tuesday, 9 April.
Cordis Auckland is an elegant hotel located in the lively area near upper Queen St and Karangahape Rd in downtown Auckland. Foodomics 2019 will be held in the Great Room, main ballroom venue and the Crystal room for the concurrent session.
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