9 September 2016
The 2nd European Summer School on Nutrigenomics intends to respond to the following question:
How does diet shape microbiota to promote health?
To reach this goal, researchers with expertise on microbioma, transcriptomics, metabolomics,
proteomics and epigenetics will discuss topics related to the nutritional approaches for the
prevention of metabolic, bowel and neurodegenerative diseases.
The programme is available on our website
Prof Rosita Gabbianelli
Biologists, Medical Doctors, Pharmacists and Nutritionists
How nutrition/diet promotes human health:interplay between nutrigenomics and microbiota.
The school is one week of lessons, in the first two days lessons on general nutrition and gut microbiota will be afforded followed by three specific days on gastrointestinal, metabolic and central nervous system diseases linked with dysbiosis.
It is a great opportunity to meet the best international researchers on Nutrigenomics that will explain the subjects in easily way and daily they will participate on round table where students/researchers can interact with them.
Participants will acquire 6 CFU/ECTS
Biologists, Medical Doctors, Pharmacists and Nutritionists have the possibility to acquire 50 ECM/CME
EUR 550: Students (with accommodation)
The registration fee including also full accommodation, meals and social events.
EUR 600: Young Scientists (with accommodation)
The registration fee including also full accommodation, meals and social events for students and young researchers under 35 years.
No more of 100 participants will be accepted at the Second European Summer School on Nutrigenomics.
Grants can be requested writing to:
Prof. Rosita Gabbianelli,