ILSI SEA Region initiates and coordinates scientific programs, research, as well as knowledge and information dissemination in Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. Read more


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Background

There is growing recognition that in our increasingly urbanized world, there are widening gaps in nutrition well-being across populations. This has given rise to concerns about public health issues related to diet and lifestyle; food and nutrition security; as well as the environment and sustainability. Advances in nutrition science and knowledge, and innovations in technology are driving governments to provide more robust policy guidance, ignite research and initiate new approaches towards reshaping consumers’ dietary practices.

However, new media and globalized channels of communication have unfortunately allowed misinformation to proliferate, including misinformation in the areas of food, nutrition and technological innovations in the food supply chain. This has generated widespread public confusion, misunderstanding, and misleading guidance for consumers.

In this fast-evolving landscape, it is even more critical for effective public policy to be informed by evidence-based science. This in turn depends on scientists and experts to conduct research, evaluate results, and communicate their findings to stakeholders for sound decision-making.

This 2-part webinar series to be organized on October 15 and October 23, will bring eminent researchers, thought-leaders in nutrition science, and experienced science communication experts to share their insights, discuss appropriate dietary guidance, and recommend strategies for translating evidence-based science into effective public health policies and consumer guidance.

For more information on the webinar on October 23, 2020, please click below.

WEBINAR ON SCIENCE COMMUNICATION - BRIDGING THE GAP FROM KNOWLEDGE TO BEHAVIOR

Agenda

Brief:
Introduction to ILSI SEA Region
Mrs. Boon Yee Yeong, Executive Director, ILSI SEA Region, Singapore Presentation 1:
The Evolving Nutrition Continuum from Science to Policy and Consumer Guidance

Prof. Connie Weaver, Prof Emerita of Nutrition Science, Purdue University, USA • Delve into the evolving landscape of nutritional science, highlighting the continuum from nutrients research, assessing requirements to the complexity of dietary guidelines development for public health and consumer guidance
• Share key learnings using examples from the 2005-2020 Dietary Guidelines Presentation 2:
Protein Challenges? "Beyond the Impossible" - Health, Sustainability and Innovation
Prof. David Cameron-Smith, Senior Principal Investigator of Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences (SICS), A*STAR, Singapore • Revisiting protein science, assessing requirements and achieving optimal needs of target populations
• Understand the trends and driver for innovation in current and alternate protein sources, rationale and sustainable approaches beyond marketing hype in delivering health benefits and nutrition security Presentation 3:
‘Optimal’ Diets for Metabolic Health – Is There An Asian Solution?
- Prof. Christiani Jeyakumar Henry
, Director of Clinical Nutrition Research Centre (CNRC) and Senior Advisor of Singapore Institute of Food and Biotechnology Innovation (SIFBI), A*STAR, Singapore • Discuss the concept, emerging trends and the redefining of the ‘Optimal’ Diets of relevance to the Asian population in the context of metabolic health
• Explore solutions through bridging research needs, health policy and in overcoming barriers of transforming science to food system and market that facilitates consumer acceptance Panel Discussion:
Moderator: TBC Closing Remarks:
Mr. Geoffry Smith, President, ILSI SEA Region, Singapore

Meet the Speakers

Dr. Connie Weaver_photo

Prof. Connie Weaver

Professor Emerita of Nutrition Science, Purdue University, USA

BIOGRAPHY David Cameron-Smith

Prof. David Cameron-Smith

Senior Principal Investigator of Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences (SICS), A*STAR, Singapore

BIOGRAPHY Prof. Henry

Prof. Christiani Jeyakumar Henry

Director of Clinical Nutrition Research Centre (CNRC) and Senior Advisor of Singapore Institute of Food and Biotechnology Innovation (SIFBI), A*STAR, Singapore

BIOGRAPHY

Registration

REGISTER HERE Registration Fees Per Webinar:
Industry:
SGD40
Academia/Government/NGO: SGD25 Note: This webinar will be held on October 15, 2020, at 10.00 AM SGT, GMT +8.00
7.30 AM in New Delhi | 9.00 AM in Bangkok
10.00 AM in Beijing | 11.00 AM in Seoul & Tokyo
12.00 PM in Sydney | 2.00 PM in Auckland Registration Instructions:
1. Please click the 'REGISTER HERE' button above and complete the registration form.
2. After registration, please allow our ILSI SEA Region Secretariat 3-5 working days to process your registration and contact you regarding the payment.
3. A confirmation email with the GoToWebinar link will be sent to you upon payment.
4. Please add the webinar invitation in the email to your calendar. You will receive 2 email reminders, 1 day and 1 hour before the start of the webinar.

*e-certificate of attendance will be issued upon request.

Contact Us

For any further enquiries regarding the webinars, kindly contact our ILSI SEA Region Secretariat at ilsisea@ilsisea.org.sg

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Background

There is growing recognition that in our increasingly urbanized world, there are widening gaps in nutrition well-being across populations. This has given rise to concerns about public health issues related to diet and lifestyle; food and nutrition security; as well as the environment and sustainability. Advances in nutrition science and knowledge, and innovations in technology are driving governments to provide more robust policy guidance, ignite research and initiate new approaches towards reshaping consumers’ dietary practices.

However, new media and globalized channels of communication have unfortunately allowed misinformation to proliferate, including misinformation in the areas of food, nutrition and technological innovations in the food supply chain. This has generated widespread public confusion, misunderstanding, and misleading guidance for consumers.

In this fast-evolving landscape, it is even more critical for effective public policy to be informed by evidence-based science. This in turn depends on scientists and experts to conduct research, evaluate results, and communicate their findings to stakeholders for sound decision-making.

This 2-part webinar series to be organized on October 15 and October 23, will bring eminent researchers, thought-leaders in nutrition science, and experienced science communication experts to share their insights, discuss appropriate dietary guidance, and recommend strategies for translating evidence-based science into effective public health policies and consumer guidance.

For more information and registration on the webinar on October 15, 2020, please click below.

WEBINAR ON NUTRIENTS FOR OPTIMAL HEALTH: EVIDENCE-BASED SCIENCE, INNOVATION FOR PUBLIC HEALTH AND CONSUMER GUIDANCE

Agenda

Brief:
Introduction to ILSI SEA Region
Mrs. Boon Yee Yeong, Executive Director, ILSI SEA Region, Singapore Presentation 1:
Science and Science Communication: How to be More Effective?

Ms. Sylvia Rowe, President of SR Strategy, USA • Understand the environment for which the science communication is built on
• Discuss the role of science & science experts, process and priorities in informing public policy, health and nutrition guidance
• Explore what is effective science communication and how can scientists from multi-sectors contribute? Presentation 2:
Transcending Boundaries between Scientists & the Public: Challenges & Communication Strategies 
Prof. Joan Leach, Director of the Australian National Centre for Public Awareness of Science at Australian National University, Australia • Can a system approach help identify where science communication can play a role in bridging the information-transformation gap to ensure credibility and reliability?
• Discuss challenges for science communication in the era of social media and digital innovation – Whose responsibility? and how can the public be empowered to make better informed choices Presentation 3:
Risk vs Benefit Communication: Linking Food, Technology and Consumer Behavior
- Prof. Lynn Frewer
, Professor of Food and Society at the Centre for Rural Economy, Newcastle University, UK • Understand consumer perception towards risks and benefits and its influence on their acceptance of emerging technologies and food innovations (e.g. gene editing, cultured meat, novel proteins, etc.)
• Overcoming barriers for effective communication of new technologies and innovations to the public Panel Discussion:
The Art of Navigating the Complexity of Science, Food and Society – Perspectives in Asia
Moderator: TBC Closing Remarks:
Mr. Geoffry Smith, President, ILSI SEA Region, Singapore

Meet the Speakers

Ms. Sylvia Rowe_Photo

Ms. Sylvia Rowe

President of SR Strategy, USA

BIOGRAPHY Prof. Joan Leach_Photo

Prof. Joan Leach

Director of the Australian National Centre for Public Awareness of Science at Australian National University, Australia

BIOGRAPHY Prof. Lynn Frewer_Photo

Prof. Lynn Frewer

Professor of Food and Society at the Centre for Rural Economy, Newcastle University, UK

BIOGRAPHY

Registration

REGISTER HERE Registration Fees Per Webinar:
Industry:
SGD40
Academia/Government/NGO: SGD25 Note: This webinar will be held on October 23, 2020, at 10.00 AM SGT, GMT +8.00
7.30 AM in New Delhi | 9.00 AM in Bangkok
10.00 AM in Beijing | 11.00 AM in Seoul & Tokyo
12.00 PM in Sydney | 2.00 PM in Auckland Registration Instructions:
1. Please click the 'REGISTER HERE' button above and complete the registration form.
2. After registration, please allow our ILSI SEA Region Secretariat 3-5 working days to process your registration and contact you regarding the payment.
3. A confirmation email with the GoToWebinar link will be sent to you upon payment.
4. Please add the webinar invitation in the email to your calendar. You will receive 2 email reminders, 1 day and 1 hour before the start of the webinar.

*e-certificate of attendance will be issued upon request.

Contact Us

For any further enquiries regarding the webinars, kindly contact our ILSI SEA Region Secretariat at ilsisea@ilsisea.org.sg

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Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) is becoming an essential tool in public health and food safety whether used for precision identification of virulent pathogens and food microbial contaminants, understanding genetic changes in pathogens, forensic tracing of public health incidents and food borne illness outbreaks, or developing preventive strategies.

This conference, run over 2 consecutive afternoon sessions, considers the key question - ‘How can this powerful technology further protect public health and address food safety concerns in the 21st century?’ You will hear from leading scientists using WGS daily, in their research and development work. Practitioners will present case studies showing how these evolving technologies can be productively used by industry to inform food safety practice and mitigate food safety risks to protect public health.

International Life Sciences Institute SEAR Australasia (ILSI), the New Zealand Food Safety Science and Research Centre and AIFST are collaborating to showcase the latest in WGS science and implementation practice. Drawing on international expertise and Australasia’s leading researchers and industry practitioners, this conference will not only bring to you the latest science, it will reveal the enormous potential of WGS technology when applied to the critical matters of public health and food safety.

What areas will be covered?
➢ What is WGS? The science essentials of WGS and its role in improving public health and food safety.
➢ How to communicate WGS findings to stakeholders? Key messaging to industry, government, consumers, information flow during a food safety event.
➢ How is it being used today? Speakers will present case studies from public health and the food industry and will discuss how these technologies have been used in both settings.
➢ What are the regulatory implications? A panel will discuss the national, international, legal, and data implications of using this technology.
Who is it for? This conference is a must for professionals from the public health and food industry, science, academia, and government.

Program

Session 1 : October 28, 2020; 12:30PM - 14:45PM Sydney Time (GMT +10)
Using Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) for Better Food Safety and Public Health Program S1 Session 2 : October 29, 2020; 12:30PM - 14:45PM Sydney Time (GMT +10)
Applying WGS and Communicating to Stakeholders ProgramS2 Click here to download program

Speaker Biographies

Click here to download speaker biographies

Registration

For ILSI / AIFST/ NZIFST/ NZFSSRC Members

AUD $60 per session
or
AUD $100 for both sessions

For Non-members

AUD $75 per session
or
AUD $120 for both sessions

Students / Graduate Members

AUD $30 per session
or
AUD $50 for both sessions

**Please contact aifst@aifst.com.au for a discount code when you show proof of student status.

Click Here to Register for Session on Oct 28, 2020 Click Here to Register for Session on Oct 29, 2020 Click Here to Register for Both Sessions

If you have any inquiry, kindly contact Dr. Janet Gorst at admin@ilsi.org.au.

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Background

There is growing recognition that in our increasingly urbanized world, there are widening gaps in nutrition well-being across populations. This has given rise to concerns about public health issues related to diet and lifestyle; food and nutrition security; as well as the environment and sustainability. Advances in nutrition science and knowledge, and innovations in technology are driving governments to provide more robust policy guidance, ignite research and initiate new approaches towards reshaping consumers’ dietary practices.

However, new media and globalized channels of communication have unfortunately allowed misinformation to proliferate, including misinformation in the areas of food, nutrition and technological innovations in the food supply chain. This has generated widespread public confusion, misunderstanding, and misleading guidance for consumers.

In this fast-evolving landscape, it is even more critical for effective public policy to be informed by evidence-based science. This in turn depends on scientists and experts to conduct research, evaluate results, and communicate their findings to stakeholders for sound decision-making.

This 2-part webinar series to be organized on October 15 and October 23, will bring eminent researchers, thought-leaders in nutrition science, and experienced science communication experts to share their insights, discuss appropriate dietary guidance, and recommend strategies for translating evidence-based science into effective public health policies and consumer guidance.

For more information on the webinar on October 23, 2020, please click below.

WEBINAR ON SCIENCE COMMUNICATION - BRIDGING THE GAP FROM KNOWLEDGE TO BEHAVIOR

Agenda

Brief:
Introduction to ILSI SEA Region
Mrs. Boon Yee Yeong, Executive Director, ILSI SEA Region, Singapore Presentation 1:
The Evolving Nutrition Continuum from Science to Policy and Consumer Guidance

Prof. Connie Weaver, Prof Emerita of Nutrition Science, Purdue University, USA • Delve into the evolving landscape of nutritional science, highlighting the continuum from nutrients research, assessing requirements to the complexity of dietary guidelines development for public health and consumer guidance
• Share key learnings using examples from the 2005-2020 Dietary Guidelines Presentation 2:
Protein Challenges? "Beyond the Impossible" - Health, Sustainability and Innovation
Prof. David Cameron-Smith, Senior Principal Investigator of Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences (SICS), A*STAR, Singapore • Revisiting protein science, assessing requirements and achieving optimal needs of target populations
• Understand the trends and driver for innovation in current and alternate protein sources, rationale and sustainable approaches beyond marketing hype in delivering health benefits and nutrition security Presentation 3:
‘Optimal’ Diets for Metabolic Health – Is There An Asian Solution?
- Prof. Christiani Jeyakumar Henry
, Director of Clinical Nutrition Research Centre (CNRC) and Senior Advisor of Singapore Institute of Food and Biotechnology Innovation (SIFBI), A*STAR, Singapore • Discuss the concept, emerging trends and the redefining of the ‘Optimal’ Diets of relevance to the Asian population in the context of metabolic health
• Explore solutions through bridging research needs, health policy and in overcoming barriers of transforming science to food system and market that facilitates consumer acceptance Panel Discussion:
Moderator: TBC Closing Remarks:
Mr. Geoffry Smith, President, ILSI SEA Region, Singapore

Meet the Speakers

Dr. Connie Weaver_photo

Prof. Connie Weaver

Professor Emerita of Nutrition Science, Purdue University, USA

BIOGRAPHY David Cameron-Smith

Prof. David Cameron-Smith

Senior Principal Investigator of Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences (SICS), A*STAR, Singapore

BIOGRAPHY Prof. Henry

Prof. Christiani Jeyakumar Henry

Director of Clinical Nutrition Research Centre (CNRC) and Senior Advisor of Singapore Institute of Food and Biotechnology Innovation (SIFBI), A*STAR, Singapore

BIOGRAPHY

Registration

REGISTER HERE Registration Fees Per Webinar:
Industry:
SGD40
Academia/Government/NGO: SGD25 Note: This webinar will be held on October 15, 2020, at 10.00 AM SGT, GMT +8.00
7.30 AM in New Delhi | 9.00 AM in Bangkok
10.00 AM in Beijing | 11.00 AM in Seoul & Tokyo
12.00 PM in Sydney | 2.00 PM in Auckland Registration Instructions:
1. Please click the 'REGISTER HERE' button above and complete the registration form.
2. After registration, please allow our ILSI SEA Region Secretariat 3-5 working days to process your registration and contact you regarding the payment.
3. A confirmation email with the GoToWebinar link will be sent to you upon payment.
4. Please add the webinar invitation in the email to your calendar. You will receive 2 email reminders, 1 day and 1 hour before the start of the webinar.

*e-certificate of attendance will be issued upon request.

Contact Us

For any further enquiries regarding the webinars, kindly contact our ILSI SEA Region Secretariat at ilsisea@ilsisea.org.sg

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