Nutrigenomics, Gene-Diet Interactions, and Clinical Nutrition Practice
Nutrigenomic testing is readily available and in increasingly high demand. Being able to critically assess nutrigenomics for clinical relevance and understanding its limitations is an increasingly important skill for health professionals.
This important event is led by a geneticist and clinical nutritionist as well as a medical doctor certified in functional medicine who are involved in published clinical research on nutrigenomics, critical assessment of nutrigenomics studies, clinical practice, and the development of a leading free-of-charge professional nutrigenomics interpretation platform.
Join us for a unique opportunity to learn about the pros and cons of genetic testing, how to navigate the world of nutrigenomics, and ways in which it may enhance the development of personalised nutrition.
|10:15-11:00am||Dr. Denise Furness, PhD||Nutrigenomics: Foundations for Clinical Practice|
|11:30-12:30pm||Dr. Nathan Morris, MD||Application to Clinic: Case Studies|
|2:00-3:00pm||Dr. Denise Furness, PhD||Applications to Preconception Care and Fertility|
|3:00-4:00pm||Dr. Nathan Morris, MD||Applications to Mood and Mental Health|
|4:30-5:20pm||Dr. Denise Furness, PhD||
Applications to Healthy Ageing: Learnings from the Bio-Age Study