Atlantia Clinical Trials return as Platinum Sponsors in the 4th annual Microbiome Movement – Human Nutrition Summit
Atlantia Clinical Trials are proud Platinum Sponsors of this year’s Microbiome Movement – Human Nutrition. This online gathering of industry professionals promises to be whole new way of interacting virtually, be sure not to miss it!
This year’s edition addresses the power the Human Microbiome possess’ to develop scientifically validated solutions with the purpose of promoting human health, and also reduce risk of disease.
3 core topics of discussion:
Science and mechanisms: This topic help viewers to better understand the complex relationship between nutritional ingredients, microbiome modulation and host response.
Translation and Product Scale up: The aim of this topic is to provide viewers with the knowledge and ability to translate their research into meaningful nutritional products. Which is done by improving the clinical translation, scale up, and any regulatory considerations.
Consumer Education and Brand Positioning: This allows you to differentiate your brand in a competitive market, by effectively educating your target audience, build brand awareness and understand consumer insights.
How? The event will host a ‘Pre-Conference Consumer Education & product differentiation day’, with case studies from industry leaders!
What makes this digital event different from the rest?
- Stage area: Most presentations will be delivered in what seems like the main conference room on-site.
- Session Area: You can break off into smaller groups in a ‘breakout area’ for panel discussions and other interactive sessions.
- Demo Area: This is a virtual exhibition area where you can explore solutions specialist vendors have on offer.
- Speed Networking: The ability to connect with other attendees at the event
Speaker bio: Medical Director at Atlantia Clinical Trials, Prof. Ted Dinan is an Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry and a Principal Investigator in APC Microbiome Ireland at University College Cork. He has been mentioned as part of the Highly Cited Researchers, by Clarivate Analytics. and by Expertscape. Prof. Dinan has promoted the concept of Psychobiotics, probiotics that have a mental health benefit.