Resveratrol conference explores latest research

Resveratrol2012 brings together the leading profiles from across the world to collect and summarize last year's scientific work in the area of resveratrol.

2nd International Scientific Conference on Resveratrol and Health
Dates: 5 to 7 December, 2012
Location: University of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom

Description:
Resveratrol2012 brings together the leading profiles from across the world to collect and summarize last year's scientific work in the area of resveratrol.

The conference will produce a selection of reports with the latest updates on global resveratrol research, as well as recommendations for the coming year's scientific research and the use of resveratrol.

The recommendations from the Resveratrol2010 conference can be found at PLoS ONE: What Is New for an Old Molecule? Systematic Review and Recommendations on the Use of Resveratrol

Presentations are also available as chapters in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, vol 1215 and as conference videos.

Topics to be covered at the conference:

  • Resveratrol and cancer
  • Resveratrol and coronary-heart disease
  • Resveratrol and diabetes
  • Resveratrol and osteoporosis
  • Resveratrol and neuroprotection
  • Resveratrol and longevity
  • Resveratrol and inflammation
  • Delivery, absorption and metabolism of resveratrol
  • Combinatory effect of resveratrol and other components
  • Regulation of autophagy by resveratrol
  • Naturally occurring resveratrol and derivatives
  • New in vivo models for testing resveratrol
  • Resveratrol: products and markets

For more information, please contact one of the following:

  • Scientific Committee - Prof. Ole Vang
  • International Organizing Committee - Prof. Karen Brown
  • Sponsors - Sami Sassi
  • Newsletter sign-up - David Featherston

 

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