Summer Conference 2018: Getting energy balance right

Discussion15:55   Refreshments16:15  Silver Medal Lecture: From sugar to liver fat and public health: Systems biology driven studies in understanding non-alcoholic fatty liver disease pathogenesisDr J. Bernadette Moore, University of Leeds16:55   Original Communications session one18:25  Chair close day one18:30   Drinks receptionCall for Abstracts: Abstract submission hasnow  closedfor the 2018 Summer Conference.Thank you to all who have submitted an abstract.When will I hear if my abstract has been accepted? Authors will hear in  June 2018 if their abstract has been accepted for presentation at the conference.  All accepted authors will need to register to attend the conference.The printed conference programme and abstract booklet containing all accepted abstracts will be distributed via email one week ahead of the conference and a printed copy will be available at the registration desk at the conference.If you have any queries, please contact our Conference Coordinator,Emily Ooi.  Booking Info: Registration is now closed.  Registration Link: https://www.nutritionsociety.org/civicrm/event/register?id=20&reset=1Venue Name: University of LeedsLearning Outcomes&CPD: Learning outcomes:1.        Discuss a range of physiological mechanisms influencing the regulation of energy balance including the microbiome and epigenetics. 2.      ...
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