Publication Grant

Oral/Poster Presentation in Conference

No Date & Place Attendee Event Detail
1. Singapore, April 27th – 28th, 2009 International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI) Southeast Asia (SEA) Region Annual Meeting & Science Symposium
2. United Nations – Special Committee on Nutrition (UN-SCN), Global Meeting
3. Bangkok, October 4th – 5th, 2009 ICN, Danone Institute's President Meeting
1. Istanbul President Meeting by Danone International
1. Singapore, July 12th, 2011 AsCN (Asian Congress of Nutrition) Share on lessons learned related to Dietary/Nutritional Guidelines and to propose recommendation for policy and program for promoting the Guidelines
2. Paris, December 5th – 6th, 2011 Danone Institut Delegate Meeting
1. Sydney, September 5th – 8th, 2012 16th International Congress of Dietetics
1. Spain (Granada), September 15th – 20th, 2013 20th International Conference of Nutrition
1. San Diego, April 24th – May 5th 2014 Widjaja Lukito, MD., Ph.D., Sp.GK President Danone Institute Meeting
2. Australia (Gold Coast), May 2nd – 3rd, 2014
  • Drh. Safarina G Malik, MS., Ph.D
  • dr. Agussalim Bukhari, M. Med., Ph.D., Sp.GK
8th Congress of the International Society of Nutrigenetics/Nutrigenomics (ISNN) The theme of the Congress is: “Nutrigenetics/Nutrigenomics to Optimise Health in rapidly Aging and Culturally Diverse Populations”

This theme was chosen to reflect the challenges of defining nutritional requirements that are properly suited to meet the health needs of populations that are culturally and genetically diverse, experiencing rapid changes in food supply and at the same time becoming older.
3. Taiwan, August 21th – 24th, 2014 Idrus Jus'at, MSc., Ph.D 6th ACD (Asean Congress Dietetics) This conference is under the auspices of the Asian Federation of Dietetic Association (AFDA). The conference theme is “Advancing health through innovating dietetic practice across Asia” and covers a wide range of topics.
4. Philippines (Los Banos), October 22th – 23th, 2014 Inggrid S. Surono, MSc., Ph.D 4th Asian Federation of Societies for Lactic Acid Bacteria (AFSLAB) AFSLAB is a non-profit professional organization whose overall aim is to encourage research, communication and education in LAB and related sciences. AFSLAB binds legally constituted national or regional scientific societies and groups in Asia that are concerned with LAB research and industrial activities. Today, AFSLAB has 13 member countries - Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Philippines, India, Singapore, Mongolia, China, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia and Iran.

Theme :"Ageless Wonders of Lactic Acid Bacteria, Key Challenges and Opportunities"
1. Indonesia Stephanie Cadeddu Research in Indonesian Healthcare Businesses Stephanie Cadeddu is a French PhD student on scholarship at the Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. Her research topic is focusing on the new product development processes for products that aim to increase standards of people living on low incomes in emerging countries, especially in the healthcare sector in Indonesia.
2. Japan (Yokohama), May 14th – 18th, 2015
  • Inggrid S. Surono, MSc., Ph.D
  • Prof. Hardinsyah, MS., Ph.D
  • Idrus Jus'at, MSc., Ph.D
  • Dr. Fiastuti Witjaksono, MSc., MS., Sp.GK
Asian Congress of Nutrition (ACN) Nutrition and Food for Longevity: For the Well-Being of All

In this year, Japan Society of Nutrition and Food Science, Federation of Asian Nutrition Societies (FANS) was appointed to carry out the Asian Congress of Nutrition. ACN 2015 will be held in Pacifico Yokohama on 14 – 18 May 2015. The total number of attendees expected to participate in this Congress is nearly 20.000.

The goal of this congress is to encourage among food and nutrition researchers in Asia. Nowadays, the science of food and nutrition has had a drastic role change and nutrition and food scientists should take a note of the health trends, environmental concerns, and the changing economic climate. In developing countries, the problems of famine and malnutrition are still a huge burden, while in developing countries, the increament of prevalence in obesity and lifestyle-related diseases has become a major issue, and the public concern has shifted from deficiency to over-nutrition during the last half century.

Therefore, in this Asian Congress of Nutrition 2015, several talented researchers will present their researches either oral or poster presentations. Besides, the scientific program of the Congress consisted of symposia and workshops including invitational plenary sessions, special lectures and debates on the current problems of human nutrition and food sciences.

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