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Consequences
from Epigenetics for Nutrition,
Conference topics
Environmental and Public Health
Environmental Health, Public Health, Public
Health Genomics, Molecular Epidemiology
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June 1st , 2007, Vienna, Austria
8.30 am registration, 9.00 am start, 5 pm end
Epigenetics, Environmental Epigenomics,
Imprinting, Population-based Genetic
Association Studies, Tissue Banks
Pharmacenter, UZA II
Nutrition, Gene-Environment Interactions,
Personalized Health Care
Lecture room V
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Althanstrasse 14
Registration: [email protected]
1090 Vienna
Austria
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No conference fees
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June 1st 2007
Consequences from Epigenetics for Nutrition, Environmental and Public Health
Program
8.30
Registration
12.50-13.20
9.00-9.20
Welcome addresses
Chr. Smoliner Fed. Ministry for Science;
F. Schiemer, I. Elmadfa, Chr. Noe, Faculty for
Life Sciences, Univ. of Vienna
K. Zatloukal: Tissue banks as key resources
for the advancement of personalized
medicine
and
discovery
of
geneenvironment interactions
13.20-14.00
Snacks
9.20-9.40
A. Haslberger, Conference objectives
14.00-14.40
9.40-10.20
T. Schulze: Developments in public health
genomics and consequences for public
health systems, a psychiatrist's point of view.
M. Esteller:
Between
Phenotypes
14.40-15.10
R. Mader: Cancer and epigenetics
15.10-15.40
G. Schotta: Epigenetic control by histone
10.20-11.00
M. Shah: Environmental health – Consequences for public health systems
11.00-11.30
Coffee
11.30-12.00
S. Boccia: Meta-analysis of populationbased genetic association studies: potential
and limitations from a public health
12.00-12.50
R. Jirtle:
Environmental
Nutrition and Human Health
Epigenomics,
Genotypes
and
methylation
15.40-16.10
G. Kaati: Lectures and Consequences for
public health,
16.10-17.00
Round table and wrap up.
Impulse: J. Huber
17.00
End
June 1st 2007
Consequences from Epigenetics for Nutrition, Environmental and Public Health
List of Speakers
Travel arrangements, accommodation:
Dr. Stefania Boccia, Genetic Epidemiology and Molecular
Biology Unit, Inst. of Hygiene, Catholic University of the
Sacred Heart, Rome
Dr. Manel Esteller, Cancer Epigenetics Group, Spanish
National Cancer Research Centre, Madrid
Dr. Alexander Haslberger, Dep. Nutrition Sciences, Univ.
Vienna
Prof. Johannes Huber, Dep. Gynecological Endocrinology
and Reproductive Medicine, University Hospital Vienna
Dr. Gunnar Kaati, Dep. of Community Medicine and
Rehabilitation, Umeå University, Sweden
Travel Agency Mondial
Travel arrangements: Mrs Kiefer, Phone +43/(0)2252/4424223, [email protected]
Accomodation: Mrs Farouk, Phone +43/(0)2252/44242-31,
[email protected]
Scientific Organisation:
A.Haslberger, H.Karlic, K.Huber
Contact:
Prof. Randy Jirtle, Jirtle Laboratory, Duke University,
Durham, NC
Sabine Gressler, Forum Wissenschaft & Umwelt
Mariahilfer Str. 77-79, A-1060 Vienna
[email protected] , www.fwu.at
[email protected]
Prof. Robert Mader, Clinical Devision of Oncology, Medical
University of Vienna
Conference location:
Dr. Mahendra Shah, International Institute for Applied
Systems Analysis (IIASA), Austria
Pharmacenter, UZA II, Althanstrasse 14, 1090 Vienna,
www.pharmapoint.at
Dr. Thomas G Schulze, Department of Genetic
Epidemiology in Psychiatry Central Institute of Mental
Health
Dr. Gunnar Schotta, Inst. of Molecular Pathology, Vienna
Prof. Kurt Zatloukal, Inst. of Pathology, Medical Univ. Graz
Welcome: Prof. Christian Noe, Dean; Prof. Fritz Schiemer, I. Elmadfa,
Faculty for Life Sciences, University of Vienna
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