144/73 - 50 Years of Nutrition Research Support in Low Income Countries: achievements and needs

Organized by: Nestle Foundation for the Study of Problems of Nutrition in the World (Switzerland)
Track 1: Advances in Nutrition Research
Wednesday 18 October 8.00 - 10.00 h. Room 2 - Libertador C

Chairs

Prof. Walter Wahli

Nestlé Foundation. Lausanne. Switzerland.

Prof. Benjamin Caballero

Bloomberg School of Public Health. Johns Hopkins University. Maryland. USA.

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The Nestlé Foundation 50th Anniversary

Speaker

Prof. Paolo M. Suter

Nestlé Foundation. Lausanne. Switzerland.


Zinc and Cognition: The need for long term follow up studies

Speaker

Prof. Nelly Mercedes Zavaleta-Pimentel

National Center of Food and Nutrtion at NIH/MOH. Lima. Peru.


Re-introduction of Millet in Africa

Speaker

Prof. Hellen Ndiku

University of Eastern Africa. Baraton (UEAB). School of Health Sciences. Eldoret. Kenya.


Improving nutrition by linear programming

Speaker

Prof. Umi Fahmida

SEAMEO RECFON. University of Indonesia. Jakarta. Indonesia.


The needs for successful research in Africa

Speaker

Prof. Anna Lartey

President of the International Union of Nutritional Sciences (IUNS). Director of Nutrition at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Rome. Italy.


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The future of young African nutrition researchers

Speaker

Dr. Joseph Ashong

Coordinator AGSNet University Ghana. Ghana.