Chrononutrition: From Epidemiology to Molecular Mechanism Symposium - London

External Event - 13th Nov 2018

Physiological Society Logo13 November 2018 9:00 - 18:00

etc.venues Marble Arch, Garfield House, 86 Edgware Road, London W2 2EA, United Kingdom

The realisation of the importance of the timing of food intake across a 24h period has established the field of chrononutrition. This is a field where understanding of basic mechanisms can have translational benefit. 

In this one-day symposium, we have gathered together some of the leading researchers in the field of chrononutrition from the UK, Europe and the USA, to share their latest research from human studies and animal models, and from epidemiology to molecular mechanisms. We are pleased to highlight a plenary lecture to be given by Satchidananda Panda from the Salk Institute, USA, whose research on circadian rhythms and time restricted feeding has brought to prominence the importance of this field to human health.

The Journal of Neuroendocrinology is sponsoring a prize for the best early career researcher abstract of £200, together with the opportunity to write a young investigator review.  

Organised by Julian Mercer and Perry Barrett, The Rowett Institute, University of Aberdeen, UK

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