Speakers at IPC2016

We are pleased to announce the confirmed speakers of IPC2016 in Budapest.

Plenary Speakers

Hania Szajewska, Professor and Chair of the Department of Paediatrics at the Medical University of Warsaw, Poland

Title of presentation: "Probiotics in Children - Do They Work? A critical review of the pediatric use of probiotics from a practitioner's point of view"

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David A. Mills, Peter J. Shields Endowed Chair in Dairy Food Science, Department of Food Science and Technology, University of California, Davis, USA


Title of presentation:  "Establishment of a Milk-oriented Microbiota in Infants: New Insight into Probiotics and Prebiotics"

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Keynote Speakers
 

Tadao Saito, Professor, Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences, Laboratory od Animal Products Chemistry, Division of Bioscience and Biotechnology for Future Bioindustries, Japan

Title of presentation: "Development of New Functional Yogurts Using Probiotics Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) and/or Bifidobacteria and the Future Strategy in Japan"

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Kathleen McCoy, Prof. Dr. phil., Principal Investigator, Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Research, University of Bern/Inselspital, Switzerland

Title of presentation: "The Role of Gut Microbiota in Immune Development and Homeostasis"

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John Tagg, Consultant to the Dunedin, New Zealand-based probiotics company Blis Technologies Ltd, Professor Emeritus, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

Title of presentation: "Probiotic strategies designed to counter microbial mischief in the human oral cavity"

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Michiel Kleerebezem, Prof. Dr., Wageningen UR, Animal Sciences, Host Microbiome Interactomics, the Netherlands
Title of presentation: "Small Intestine Microbiology and Probiotic Modes of Action"

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Norbert Sprenger, Expert and Senior Research Scientist, Nutrition and Health Research, Nestlé Research Center, Nestec S.A. Lausanne, Switzerland

Title of presentation: "Human milk oligosaccharides, from observation to clinical intervention studies"

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