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ILSI North America 2017 Annual Meeting

La Jolla, California, USA
January 20, 2017 – January 25, 2017
Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines

Information on registration can be found on the ILSI Global Website.

View the ILSI North America Poster on our initiatives related to Scientific Integrity PDF

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Assembly of Members

Sunday, 22 January - Featured Speakers 

The Future of 3D Food Printing in the Military: Nutrient Tailored Rations that Meet Individual Needs Lauren Oleksyk, United States Army Natick Soldier Research

Do the Benefits of California’s Proposition 65 Law Outweigh its Costs? - Michael Marlow, CalPoly San Luis Obispo PDF Video

Scientific Sessions

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Monday, 23 January

Developing Science on the Prevention & Management of Food Allergies: Charting a Path Forward
The session will provide an update on the current and emerging science on the prevention and management of allergies, including a discussion on a path forward towards identifying at-risk populations, establishing thresholds and food labeling.

Full Session Playlist

  • Report on the work of the IOM Committee on Food Allergies: Global Burden, Causes, Treatment, Prevention and Public Policy - Virginia Stallings, University of Pennsylvania PDF Video
  • Food Allergies: Genetic and Environmental Influences - Bruce Mazer, McGill University PDF Video
  • New Knowledge on Allergen Thresholds - Steve Taylor, University of Nebraska, Lincoln PDF Video
  • Panel Discussion Video

Hot Topics on Protein: All Pros, No Cons?
This session will provide emerging perspectives on protein requirements for humans and food technologies addressing protein quality, sourcing and development.

Full Session Playlist

    • Protein: Appetite Control and Weight  - Heather Leidy, PhD, University of Missouri PDF  Video 
    • Protein Requirements: Beyond the RDA - Stuart Phillips, PhD, McMaster University PDF Video
    • Assessing Protein Quality: Navigating Regulations and Sources - Jim House, PhD, University of Manitoba PDF Video
    • Protein: Consumer Trends, Delivery & Sustainability - Chrstine Pelkman, PhD, Campbell Soup Complany PDF Video

 

Cancer and Food –Moving from Toxicology to Whole Diet
This multidisciplinary session will provide a 360-degree overview of past, present and future research and approaches for diet and cancer prevention, etiology, and treatment.

Full Session Playlist

  • What is Cancer? - Stephen Hursting, PhD, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill PDF Video
  • Is Diet Associated with Cancer? - Sue Krebs-Smith, PhD, MPH, National Cancer Institute PDF
  • What is the Global Impact of Carcinogens in Food? - Felicia Wu, PhD, Michigan State University Video 
  • Can Dietary Interventions Impact Cancer Risk, Enhance Efficacy of Therapy, and Promote Survivorship? - Steve Clinton, MD, PhD, The Ohio State University PDF Video
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Carbohydrates Forum

System modifiers of glucose metabolism and metabolic health - Dr. Ben Van Ommen, Video

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Tuesday, 24 January

Water I: Pursuing a Safe & Reliable Supply
The session will explore the challenges associated with contaminants and toxicities in water & efforts underway to ensure a safe and reliable supply of water.

Full Session Playlist

  • Water as an Essential Nutrient  - Sophie Miquel-Kergoat, Mars Inc. PDF Video
  • Drinking Water Contamination - Shane Snyder, PhD, University of Arizona PDF Video
  • Water Disinfection By-Products and their Safety  - Brian Cummings, PhD, University of Georgia PDF Video
  • Global Lessons Learned: Case Studies on Lead and Arsenic - Stan Hazan, MPH, MBA, National Sanitation Foundation PDF Video
  • Discussion Panel Video

A follow-up session (“Water: Part II”) will be part of the 2018 scientific program and will focus on water management, sustainability, global supply/distribution, agricultural systems, and environmental factors.

Personalized Nutrition & Technology: What’s in it for Me?
This session will review the state of the science and technology in personalized nutrition and discuss benefits of and challenges to implementation.

Full Session Playlist

  • NIH Perspective on Personalized Nutrition - Cindy Davis, PhD, National Institutes of Health PDF Video
  • Determinants & Challenges of Personalized Nutrition - Paul MacLean, PhD, University of Colorado PDF Video
  • State of the Science & Technology in Personalized Nutrition - Ben van Ommen, PhD, TNO PDF Video
  • Case Study  - P4Medicine and 100K Wellness Project - Nathan Price, PhD, Systems Biology PDF Video
  • Case Study - Customized Vitamin Technology (Rapid VitaMe Technologies) - Saurabh Mehta, MBBS, ScD, Cornell University Video