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Nutrition and Genomics Workshop


June 18, 2001

8:30 amIntroduction and Purpose
YS Kim
8:35 amWelcome
P Greenwald
CE Rexroad

SESSION I - Moderator: S. Kappes
(25-minute presentation/5-minute discussion)
8:45 amThe Impact of Nutrients on Health and Disease Risk: From Genomics to People
VR Young
9:15 amNutrition and Gene Regulation
AH Merrill

SESSION II - Moderator: H Seifried
(25-minute presentation/20-minute discussion)
9:45 amHow Can Population Genetics/Medical Genetics Assist in Identifying Critical Molecular Targets for Examination?
M Kreitman
10:30 amBreak
10:45 amAre Animal Models Appropriate for Predicting Genetic Variation in Human Disease?
JH Nadeau
11:30 amCan Dietary Mediated Changes in Redox Status Influence Viral Genomics?
MA Beck
12:15 pmLunch

SESSION III - Moderator: RG Allison
(25-minute presentation/20-minute discussion)
1:30 pmThe Cancer Genome Anatomy Project (CGAP): A Model of the Application of Bioinformatics to Genetic Studies
LH Grouse
2:15 pmWhat Is the Future of Genomics and Proteomics in Nutrition Research?
L.H. Augenlicht
3:00 pmBreak

SESSION IV - Moderators: JA Milner and KC Ellwood
3:15 pmFuture Directions
  1. What is the role of NCI/USDA in promoting nutrition and genomics?
  2. How can professional societies be more involved?
  3. Are there training/equipment needs?
  4. Other issues?
3:55 pmClosing Remarks
YS Kim
4:00 pm Adjourn

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