The Power of Programming - International Conference on Developmental Origins of Health and Disease

Five years of collaborative European research on early nutrition programming

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  • Sprecher: Prof. Dr. Berthold Koletzko, Project co-ordinator, University of Munich, Germany
  • Ort: Campus of the University Hospital, Munich-Großhadern
  • Datum: 06/05/2010
  • Beschreibung: 

    Differences in nutritional experience during sensitive periods in early life, both before and after birth, can programme a person's futur...

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Lifescience research in Bavaria

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  • Sprecher: Dr. Friedrich Wilhelm Rothenpieler, Bavarian State Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts
  • Ort: Campus of the University Hospital, Munich-Großhadern
  • Datum: 06/05/2010
  • Beschreibung: 

    Welcoming address from the Bavarian State Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts

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Global impact of programming

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  • Sprecher: Prof. Ricardo Uauy, University of Chile
  • Ort: Campus of the University Hospital, Munich-Großhadern
  • Datum: 08/05/2010
  • Beschreibung: 

    Nutrition throughout the life course has great significance not only for women and children but also for the health and wellbeing of soci...

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Mechanisms of early life programming - current knowledge and future directions

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  • Sprecher: Dr. Susan Ozanne, University of Cambridge, UK
  • Ort: Campus of the University Hospital, Munich-Großhadern
  • Datum: 07/05/2010
  • Beschreibung: 

    It is over twenty years since epidemiological studies that revealed that there was a relationship between patterns of early growth and su...

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Developmental epigenetic programming: chasing shadows

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  • Sprecher: Prof. Claudine Junien, École Nationale Vétérinaire, France
  • Ort: Campus of the University Hospital, Munich-Großhadern
  • Datum: 06/05/2010
  • Beschreibung: 

    The ways in which epigenetic modifications fix the effects of early environmental events, ensuring sustained responses to transient stimu...

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Programming research: where are we, and where do we go from here? (Part 1)

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  • Untertitel: Trials in Humans
  • Sprecher: Prof. Dr. Berthold Koletzko, University of Munich, Germany
  • Ort: Campus of the University Hospital, Munich-Großhadern
  • Datum: 08/05/2010
  • Beschreibung: 

    Convincing evidence has accumulated to show that both pre- and post-natal nutrition pre-programme long-term health, well-being and perfor...


Programming research: where are we, and where do we go from here? (Part 2)

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  • Untertitel: Observational Studies in Humans
  • Sprecher: Prof. Sjurdur F. Olsen, Statens Serum Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Ort: Campus of the University Hospital, Munich-Großhadern
  • Datum: 08/05/2010
  • Beschreibung: 

    Convincing evidence has accumulated to show that both pre- and post-natal nutrition pre-programme long-term health, well-being and perfor...


Programming research: where are we, and where do we go from here? (Part 3)

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  • Untertitel: Experimental Studies
  • Sprecher: Prof. Michael Symonds, University of Nottingham, UK
  • Ort: Campus of the University Hospital, Munich-Großhadern
  • Datum: 08/05/2010
  • Beschreibung: 

    Convincing evidence has accumulated to show that both pre- and post-natal nutrition pre-programme long-term health, well-being and perfor...


The future of programming research

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  • Sprecher: Prof. Dr. Berthold Koletzko, University of Munich, Germany
  • Ort: Campus of the University Hospital, Munich-Großhadern
  • Datum: 08/05/2010
  • Beschreibung: 

    Concluding remarks by Prof. Berthold Koletzko, meeting president and EARNEST co-ordinator

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