Programme

PROGRAMME


Tuesday evening
19:00 - Pre-registration and Get-together at IDA, Free beverages


NB! ALL SESSION WILL INCLUDE INVITED KEYNOTE SPEAKER AND ORAL PRESENTATION SELECTED FROM ABSTRACTS


Wednesday - 10:00-17:00

Welcome


SESSION 1: The complicated world of vitamins

Why vitamin research is important in 2020 by Mary Ward, Ulster University, Northern Ireland

The different approaches to set recommendation for dietary intake of vitamins by Regan Bailey, Purdue University, USA

Recommendation and intake of vitamins from a Chinese perspective by TBA


Oral presentation from abstracts


Lunch


SESSION 2: Vitamin C in health and disease

Overview of optimal intake vs RDA by Jens Lykkesfeldt, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Vitamin C in disease: therapeutic relevance by Anitra Carr, University of Otago, NZ

Vitamin C in epigenetics and cancer (Luisa Cimmino, University of Miami Health System, USA


Coffee break


Oral presentations selected from abstracts


19:00-23:00  - Event and conference dinner


Thursday - 09:00-16:00


SESSION 3: Interaction vitamins and other bioacive compounds

Interactive effect of B vitamins with omega-3 fatty acids on cognitive function by David Smith, Oxford, UK

Interactive effect of vitamins and phytonutrients on the epigenome by Trygve Tollefsbol, Alabama USA


Coffee


Oral presentations selected from abstracts


Lunch


SESSION 4: Vitamins in foods - Content and bioaccessibility

Use of Vitamin databases in research - pros and cons by TBA
Content of vitamins in foods versus bioaccessible part evaluated by in-vitro methods by Emmanuelle Reboul, INRA, INSERM, C2VN, Aix-Marseille University, Marseille, France

Calibration in mass spectrometry methods – challenges and pitfalls without internal standard by TBA


Coffee


Oral presentations selected from abstracts


17:00-21:00 Poster session at conference facility incl. light meal and beverages
All participants are encouraged to vote for which posters should be presented in plenum (10 min on Friday).


Friday - 08:30-16:00


SESSION 5: Vitamin D – looking back and forward - studying a single nutrient.

Recent results from long-term vitamin D intervention studies and what did we learn the last 20 years by TBA

Vtamin D and immunity – not fully explained? by Martin Hewison, University of Birmingham, UK

Vitamin D in foods – what more do we know? By TBA

Coffee break


Oral presentations selected from abstracts

6 selected, promoted posters each 10 min i.e. 7+3 min


Lunch


SESSION 6: Emerging new topics

Vitamins status and the microbiome by TBA

Controversial topics: The safety of high folic acid when vitamin B12 is deficient by TBA
Oral presentations selected from abstracts


Coffee


Vitamins – as part of the discussion on sustainability by Susanne Bügel, University of Copenhagen, Denmark followed by panel discussion.

Awards for best young scientist within oral presenters and orally presented posters Announcement of 7th International Vitamin Conference


16:00 Goodbye - see you in 2022 in TBA.


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