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Radu Tamaian

ICSI, Ramnicu Valcea (Romania)

INRAE, Clermont-Ferrand (France)

Virtual screening (docking) of plant bioactives against biomolecular targets involved in their

nutrigenomics effects

5 weeks

Laurent-Emmanuel Monfoulet

INRAE, Clermont-Ferrand (France)

Nestle Institute of Health Sciences, Lausanne (Switzerland)

In silico prediction of interplays between flavanone metabolites and cell signalling-modulators in the

vasculo-protective effect of polyphenols

4 weeks

Irina Uzhova

Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares, Madrid (Spain)

UCD Institute of Food and Health, Dublin (Ireland)

Meta-analysis on the impact of phytosterols consumption on cardiometabolic biomarkers and the analysis of the inter- individual variation in response to consumption of food bioactives

8 weeks

Ditta Kolimár

Szent István University, Budapest (Hungary)

University of Vienna, Vienna (Austria),

Studying the relationship between microbiome genetic variation and polyphenol metabolic conversions

8 weeks

Irena Krga

University of Belgrade, Belgrade (Serbia)

PPES, Department Biomedical Sciences -University Antwerp (Belgium)

Extraction of nutrigenomics data from published papers

for identification of cellular and molecular targets

of plant food bioactives underlying their cardiometabolic health

5 weeks

Tatjana Ruskovska

Goce Delcev University, Stip (FYR Macedonia)

INRA, Clermont-Ferrand (France)

Bioinformatic analysis of nutrigenomics data of plant food bioactives extracted from in-vitro and in-vivo studies

2 weeks

Ana Jelenkovic

CENM, IMR, University of Belgrade (Serbia)

University of Glasgow (United Kingdom)

Meta-analysis training and its application in evaluating polyphenols' effects on cardio-metabolic health

3 weeks

Hulya Ilyasoglu Buyukkestelli

Ege University, Izmir (Turkey)

INRAE, Micalis Institute,  Rennes (France)

Gut bacteria and polyphenol metabolism

4 weeks

Katerina Valentova

Institute of Microbiology of the ASCR, Prague (Czech Republic)

ITQB-UNL/IBET , Oeiras (Portugal)

Inter-individual variability of quercetin ADME in humans

1 week

Biljana Pokimica

University of Belgrade (Serbia)

CEBAS-CSIC, Múrcia (Spain)

Gene expression regulation in human trials following intervention with bioactive compounds: a literature survey.

4 weeks

Ralph Ruhl

Univerity of Debrecen (Hungary)

University of Vigo (Spain)


8 weeks

Ville Koistinen

University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio, Finland

iBET -Universidade Nova de Lisboa,  Portugal

Preparation of a manuscript based on the results from the multiplatform analysis of plant bioactives

10 days

Paul Young Tie Yang

King's college London, UK

ITQB Nova, Portugal

Inter-individual variability on the effects flavanols on the cardiovascular system: systematic review and meta-analysis

2 weeks

Special STSM 2017

Special STSM 2017 on "Gene expression regulation in human trials following intervention with bioactive compounds: a literature survey."
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