Recent scientific and clinical advances over the past decade have identified the trillions of microbial cells that reside in the gut, collectively known as the gut microbiome, as a key regulator of human health and disease. This rapid rise in interest for the gut microbiome has permeated beyond the scientific community, exemplified by the rapid growth of the pro- and prebiotic market, now estimated to be a multibillion-dollar industry.
However, despite the rise in new products and services that claim to target the microbiome and improve health across adult and infant populations, there are fundamental questions surrounding the functional, clinical and practical applicability of microbiome-directed research that currently remains unresolved.
Celebrating our third year, the Microbiome Movement – Human Nutrition Summit returns to carefully combine cutting-edge basic and clinical science with product developers from the global food, supplement and nutraceutical industry to help answer these questions and accelerate the potential for microbiome-targeted solutions in nutrition. Hear from 33 KOLs at the forefront of microbiome research including Procter and Gamble, Seed Inc, Nestle, Danone, Next Foods, Ocean Spray, Olipop, Viome and more. Download the event brochure for more information.
Group discounts, start-up and early booking rates are available. Please visit the website for full pricing information.
Register by July 19 - Conference + Workshop Day: USD 2398.0
Register by July 19 - Conference Only: USD 1599.0
Start-Ups and Academics: Register by July 19 - Conference + Workshop Day: USD 1598.0
Start-Ups and Academics: Register by July 19 - Conference Only: USD 1099.0
Standard Pricing - Conference + Workshop Day: USD 2798.0
Standard Pricing - Conference Only: USD 1999.0
Start-Ups and Academics: Standard Pricing - Conference + Workshop Day: USD 1998.0
Start-Ups and Academics: Standard Pricing - Conference Only: USD 1499.0
Speakers: Cindy Davis, Director of Grants and Extramural Activities, NIH, Prof. Michael Barratt, Department of Pathology and Immunology, Washington University, Prof. David Sela, Department of Food Science, University of MassAmherst, Prof. Sharon Donovan, Division of Nutritional Sciences, University of Illinois, Prof. Tiffany Weir, Department of Food Sciences and Human Nutrition, Colorado State University, Raja Dhir, CEO, Seed Inc, Mike Janusz, Principal Scientist, Procter and Gamble, Muriel Derrien, Senior Scientist, Danone Nutriticia Research, Bernard Berger, Senior Scientist, Nestle Research Center, Momo Vuyisich, CSO, Viome, Kara Landau, CEO, Uplift Food, Ben Goodwin, CEO, Olipop, Alan Murray, CEO, NextFoods, Christina Khoo, Director, Ocean Spray Cranberries, Darrel Drinan, CEO, Natal Health