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Nutritional Genomics: Essential basics for nutrition and healthcare profess...
Wed 25 January 2017, 14:00 – 15:30 GMT
The Nutrition Society is pleased to announce the repeat of Nutritional Genomics webinar held in 2016.
During this 90 minutes of training, the following topics will be covered such as: basic genetics; examples of diet-gene interaction in chronic diseases; trends and developments in industry as well as where to find further resources.
The course has been developed by a registered dietitian, Mariette Abrahams, who has wealth of experience working in the NHS, and has further certification in Nutritional Genomics from the European Nutrigenomics Organisation in Wageningen (Netherlands) and in South Africa, plus practical experience in the field.
Who should attend?
Nutritionists, dietitians and health professionals with an interest in the emerging field of personalised nutrition, nutrigenomics and nutrigenetics. Plus post-graduate students, early and mid-career researchers and nutrition/ diet/ food scientists wishing to expand their knowledge in this rapidly developing new area.
How do I access the webinar?
Once you have signed up to join the webinar, you will be emailed the dial-in details a few days prior to it. This consists of a website link which you will need to click on. You will be able to listen to the presentation once you have joined the “classroom, where you will be able to interact with others and post questions to Speaker.
Endorsement and CPD
The webinar is endorsed by the British Dietetic Association and Royal Society of Biology for contiuning professional development purposes. .
We look forward to welcoming you to the webinar on 25 January 2017.
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