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Home simposia 》details
Imformation of symposia
The 7th International Conference
on Nutrition and Aging
"To Stretch Our Healthy Life Expectancy"

(It has been already finished.)
Date:
September 29 (Tue), 2015 09:00〜17:10 (08:30 Resistration)
September 30 (Wed), 2015 09:00〜18:10 (08:30 Resistration)
Venue:
The University of Tokyo, Yayoi Auditorium, Ichijo Hall (MAP)
Sponsor: International Life Sciences Institute Japan (ILSI Japan)
Co-sponsor: ILSI Europe
Deadline:
September 9th, 2015
Capacity:
250 seats
   
Registration Fee:    
 
After 8/1
Until 7/30
Members (36 to 64 years-old)
JPY 25,000
JPY 20,000
Members (over the age of 65)
JPY 10,000
JPY 7,000
Members (under the age of 35)
JPY 10,000
JPY 7,000
Non-Members
JPY 30,000
JPY 25,000
Students
JPY 5,000
Reception (9/29 17:30-19:30)
JPY 5,000
Poster Presentation(for display space and equipment)
JPY 5,000
Company Display (for display space and equipment)
JPY 10,000
Application process:
Click here for application
Deadline:
September 15th, 2015
Capacity:
250 seats

Conference Objective

To aim for lifestyle modification is to prevent an increases in the incidence and severity of lifestyle related diseases is the focus of "To stretch our healthy life expectancy" which is in line with the goal stated in Health Japan 21 (second term). If healthy life expectancy does not keep up with the gains in life expectancy, prolonged unhealthy periods of life can be expected in the future. Therefore delaying the onset of unhealthy periods of life can lead to prevention of declines in the quality of life and can also ligh
ten the associated social burdens.
Therefore in the 7th International Conference on Nutrition and Aging, "To stretch our healthy life expectancy" will be the main theme, and "Traditional Japanese cuisine", "Optimization of Nutritional Status", "Diet and Cranial Nerve Function", "Research Perspective of Intestinal Microorganism", "Physical Activity and Nutrition" will be the areas discussed by leading scientists from industry, government, and academia.
There will also be poster presentations and displays from industry. This provides a good opportunity for young researchers to make presentations and promote their continuing research and interest.

 

Program
 
Main Theme: To stretch our healthy life expectancy
Session 1:
Traditional Japanese Cuisine (Intangible Cultural Heritage)
Session 2:
Optimization of Nutritional Status as a Preemptive Measure for Medical Care
Session 3:
Diet and Cranial Nerve Function
Session 4:
Research Perspectives on Intestinal Microorganisms
Session 5:
Physical Activity and Nutrition
 

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