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10. Neuroscience Session

NEUROSCIENCE SESSION

Tribute to Jim Joseph & Mark Smith

Invited Lectures: Jeremy Spencer (United Kingdom). Barbara Hale (United States of America). Gemma Casadesús Smith (United States of America).

Oral Presentations: Daniel Lamport (United Kingdom). Andrew Scholey (Australia).

Poster Talk Presentations: Caroline Saunders (United Kingdom). Ana Faria (Portugal).

Sponsored Lecture: Günter Siegel (Sweden).

NEUROSCIENCE SESSION

Tribute to Jim Joseph & Mark Smith

INVITED LECTURES

The cardiovascular and cognitive benefits of flavonoids. Jeremy Spencer (Molecular Nutrition Group. School of Chemistry, Food & Pharmacy. University of Reading. UK)

The behavioral and neuronal signaling benefits of polyphenols. Barbara Shukitt-Hale (Research Psychologist. Neuroscience Lab USDA, HNRCA at Tufts Univ. Boston, USA)

Regulation of CNS function and cellular signaling by stilbenoids. Gemma Casadesús (Department of Neurosciences. Case Western Reserve University. School of Medicine. Cleveland, USA)

    

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

The effects of polyphenol consumption on cognitive performance: A systematic research review of human studies. Daniel Lamport (University of Leeds. UK)

Acute neurocognitive effects of epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). Andrew Scholey (Swinburne University. Melbourne, Australia)

     

POSTER TALK PRESENTATIONS

Cocoa flavanol intervention acutely improves episodic memory and executive function in healthy older adults. Caroline Saunders (School of Food and Nutritional Sciences. University of Reading. UK)

Flavonoid metabolites transport across BBB. Ana Faria (Department of Biochemistry, U38-FCT. Faculty of Medicine. University of Porto. Portugal)

     

BERRY PHARMA SPONSORED LECTUREerry

Blackcurrant anthocyanins cause a flow-dependent increase in blood perfusión in isolated human intracerebral arteries. Günter Siegel (Charité - University Clinic Berlin. Institute of Physiology. Germany / University of Uppsala. Biomedical Center. Sweden)