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Dr Emilie Combet Oct 18
FENS Award Pr. Mike Gibney's. Key points to audience 🌟 lead unselfishly, enable others, build teams 🤝 collaborate, give to get back ⁉️ debate, question, test hypotheses thoroughly, disagree respectfully 🔀 work beyong discipline boundaries 💭 feedback intelligently
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Mary Ward Oct 18
‘You’ll be remembered for what you gave, not for what you got’ Be generous in Science who was awarded the 2019 FENS Scientific Award at the closing ceremony
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Rujuta Diwekar Oct 15
My team is in Dublin, Ireland, to attend and present at one of the foremost nutrition conferences in the world. Thank you to the 1.25 lakh participants of the 12-week public health project for allowing us to take our traditional food wisdom to a global stage.
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Alexandra Wade Oct 18
It’s been an amazing week of nutrition science from so many different perspectives - genomics, metabolomics, clinical and personalised nutrition, public health strategies, policy, and environmental sustainability. And we got to do it all in beautiful Dublin!
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Dr Sue Reeves Oct 18
We have had a great week at presenting, chairing, supporting our PhD students & met lots of friends old and new. Fantastic programme, huge thanks to the hosts and all the organisers.
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Dr Miriam Clegg Oct 15
doing a fabulous job presenting the final study of his PhD and lipids and appetite
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13th European Nutrition Conference Sep 17
With just under a month to go until , view the full interactive programme here: . In addition to the 12 pillar sessions, a wide range of topics are scheduled including emotional eating, biofortification, sustainable diets & personalised nutrition.
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Dr Robert O'Connor Oct 15
giving a disturbing tour de force of how cancer patients are targeted by misinformation coming from diet gurus as well as from unregulated professionals and spread & magnified on social media
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Dr Yvonne Jeanes RD Oct 17
Excellent & informative talk by ⁦⁩ Great to hear from very successful ⁦⁩ graduate
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Del Rio’s Lab @Unipr Oct 15
There’s a bunch of Italian nutritionists in an Irish pub in Dublin....
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Helen Roberts Oct 15
At FENS nutrition conference. Oxford EPIC study shows lower calcium intake among vegans and higher fracture rates especially hip consider supplements
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NICHE Oct 18
Congratulations to who is Irish Section Postgraduate Competition Award Winner for 2019 Tamsyn presenter her work on appetite and intake post bariatric surgery at
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Rujuta Diwekar Oct 16
Common sense eating of local, seasonal, traditional foods without the complications of carbs, protein and fats, is effective in losing weight and improving health. Presented our desi diet on a global stage on 🙏🏼
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Boyd Swinburn Oct 16
Social media influencers promote unhealthy snacks and that DOES influence kid’s behaviour but when they (rarely) promote healthy snacks it DOESN’T influence kid’s behaviour .⁦
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Sarah Browne Oct 17
Nice to discuss the world of mhealth tools at poster session with
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Michalski_MCaroline Oct 16
Arne Astrup "Dairy, in particular full-fat, exerts beneficial effects on LDL-C, blood pressure and TG compared to butter." +"Take the entire food matrix into account, including MFGM/phospholipids"➡️see the cited paper by et al., Gut:
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Sarah Looby Oct 18
Really interesting presentation on the role of (LCS) in tackling obesity. Often a hot topic in the media. People who aren’t aware of the guidelines for LCS are more likely to be against their use, when they could in fact have a beneficial effect
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Surrey Nutrition Oct 18
staff and students making a contribution to nutritional science at
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Ling-Wei Chen, PhD Oct 16
"use your brain, and not just blame microbiome for everything" gastrointestinal physiology is important when trying to give meaning to the microbiome data. Such a great and humorous presentation from Prof Hannelore Daniel
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Marika Lyly Oct 17
Ultra-processed foods contain more salt, sugar, sat fat etc. Can we just talk about poor nutrition quality and forget the negative talk about food processing. We can cook food with poor nutrition quality also at home
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