IMGC VIRTUAL Symposium 2021
Wageningen University & Research (WUR)
Wageningen, The Netherlands
June 15-16, 2021
Our flagship conference brings together international experts in lactation, milk science, chemistry, microbiology, immunology, nutrition, genomics, anthropology and bioinformatics to discuss and share the outcomes and implications of the latest discoveries in scientific research on lactation and milk.
Access to the recorded sessions ends: March 1, 2022
Future Perspectives on Milk Bioactives and Proteins
Bioavailability and Targets of Milk Bioactive Peptides and Proteins
Emergent Immunological Properties of Milk
Novel Functions of Milk Bioactives
Roles of Milk Proteins for the Future of Nutrition, Health and a Sustainable Agriculture
Meet the world-renowned keynote and invited speakers who presented at the 2021 virtual symposium!
Dr. David Dallas, Oregon State University, USA
Dr. Sharon Donovan, University of Illinois, USA
Dr. Adam Drewnowski, University of Washington, USA
Dr. Kasper Hettinga, Wageningen University & Research, The Netherlands
Dr. Katie Hinde, Arizona State University, USA
Dr. Joost van Neerven, Wageningen University & Research, The Netherlands
Dr. Stephan Peters, Dutch Dairy Association, The Netherlands
Dr. Bernd Stahl, Danone Nutricia Research, The Netherlands
Dr. Valerie Verhasselt, University of Western Australia, Australia
Details about the Virtual Format:
Oral presentations were live during the symposium and now available as recordings until March 1, 2022.
Attendees who participate in any oral presentations that specifically address human milk and lactation may earn up to 5.75 Lactation-Continuing Education Recognition Points (L-CERPs).
Cost for Attendance:
–Recordings ONLY, $100
Interested in partnering with the IMGC and sponsoring or donating to the symposium?
For information contact Dr. Jennifer Smilowitz: email@example.com
Learn more about the IMGC here!
Enjoy this exciting conference co-hosted virtually from Wageningen University and Research and meet and hear from world-experts in the field!