NIH-NIAID-Conferences-20558a

U.S.-Japan Cooperative Medical Sciences Program (USJCMSP) 21st International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases in the Pacific Rim

Nutrition and Metabolism Panel Meeting

 

 

9:00-9:10           Opening Remarks

                        Nobuya Inagaki, Kyoto University

 

SESSION 1       Chair: Nobuya Inagaki

9:10-9:40           Lecture 1Nutrition status and the relationship with infection in Vietnamese elderly

patients

Nghiem Nguyet Thu, National Institute of Nutrition/ National Geriatric Hospital

 

9:40-10:10         Lecture 2Cooperation on nutrition education and research in Vietnam

Shigeru Yamamoto, Jumonji University

 

10:10-10:40       Lecture 3Role of microbiome in diet, obesity, and cancer

Rashmi Sinha, US National Cancer Institute

 

BREAK

 

SESSION 2       Chair: Shizuya Yamashita

10:55-11:25       Lecture 4The nutrition activities for preventing in non-communicable diseases in

Vietnam: Implementation and Orientation

Truong Mai, National Institute of Nutrition

 

11:25-11:55       Lecture 5Progress of Vietnam Nutrition system Establishment Project (VINEP)

Kei Kuriwaki, Ajinomoto Foundation

 

LUNCH

 

SESSION 3       Chair: Hideaki Bujo

13:20-13:50       Lecture 6Overweight and obesity among Hanoi students: related factors and their significance

Pham Thi Phuong Thuy, Bachmai Hospital

 

13:50-14:20       Lecture 7Management of Dyslipidemia for Prevention of Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular

Diseases in Asian Patients with Metabolic Syndrome

Shizuya Yamashita, Osaka University

 

14:20-14:50       Lecture 8: Diet, the gut microbiome, and metabolism

                        Andrew T Chan, Massachusetts General Hospital

 

BREAK

 

SESSION 4       Chair: Hiroshi Kajio

15:05-15:50       Lecture 9Nutrition and dietetics education in Vietnam: The new vision forward

Nguyen Cong Khan, Hai Duong Medical Technical University

 

15:50-16:00       Closing Remarks

                        Hiroshi Kajio, Center Hospital of the National Center for Global Health and Medicine

 

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