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Brain Imaging and Human Nutrition: Which Measures to Use in Intervention Studies?
Experimental Biology 2013, Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, Massachusetts, USA 4/23/2013 - 4/23/2013

The Nutrition and Mental Performance Task Force organised a session at the first biological sciences meeting of North America, Experimental Biology 2013 under the American Society for Nutrition in Boston, USA.  This 2-hour event, “Brain Imaging and Human Nutrition: Which Measures to Use in Intervention Studies?” scheduled for Tuesday, 23rd April covered the variety of available brain imaging modalities and their current and future applications for understanding the effects of foods and food components on the brain.  Information about the topics and speakers can be accessed here.

ILSI Europe Session Programme
Brain imaging and human nutrition: Which measures to use in intervention studies?

To see the Session handout, please click here

The presentations are here:

Linking brain imaging with the field of nutrition research, J Sijben, Danone Research, NL

Understanding brain imaging and translating outcomes: Structural and functional MRI techniques,S V Sizonenko, Hôpital des Enfants, CH

Applying structural magnetic resonance brain imaging in nutrition studies: Uses and limitations, K B Walhovd, University of Oslo, NO (not available)

Understanding brain imaging and translating outcomes: PET-FDG, EEG and MEG, C Babiloni, University of Rome La Sapienza, IT


Venue
Boston Convention & Exhibition Center
Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
For more information about the session, please contact:

Ms. Marie Latulippe
Scientific Project Manager
ILSI Europe
83, Av E. Mounier, Box 6
BE - 1200 BRUSSELS
Tel: +32-2-775 91 21
E-mail:
mlatulippe@ilsieurope.be