NutraIngredients' online immunity series continues next week with the brand’s European team overseeing presentations and a panel discussion on the impact of clinical research on immune support.
Scheduled for Thursday 25 June at 15:00 British Standard Time (BST) / 16:00 Central European Time (CET) this final webinar in the series is open to everyone with the registration process free of charge!
This latest webinar will discuss the challenges faced in conducting clinical trials of this kind, maintaining quality, standards and effectively interpreting findings, particularly in the face of commercial and regulatory expectations.
The webinar will also discuss the immune monitoring tools scientists have at their disposal, their future applications and how they’re contributing to the advancement of immunological-based research and the role nutrition plays.
The webinar’s main sponsors ADM and Atlantia Food Clinical Trials are two companies very much in the clinical research space and will look to contribute key industry insights as well as personal experiences during the event. Keynote presentations are expected to feature from:
- Steven Morrison - Regulatory Consultant at Atlantia Food Clinical Trials
- Ashton Harper – Medical Director at ADM Protexin
They will also be joined for a panel discussion by:
- Udo Herz - Medical and Science Director at Danone Nutricia
- Emeir McSorley - Senior Lecturer in Human Nutrition, Ulster University
- Caroline Elizabeth Childs - Lecturer in Nutritional Sciences, University of Southampton
The event will be hosted by Will Chu, Science and Technology Editor of NutraIngredients, who comments, “Immunity has always been a topic of extreme interest amongst our readers and this webinar now takes on a clinical research aspect with voices from academia and industry contributing to the discussion.
“The aim of this NutraIngredients’ webinar is to add value, understanding and insight for our audience, who are now looking towards the science, its quality and approach as a way to add validity to ingredients that claim to support the immune system.”
This final webinar formed part of a 12-strong series that looked at immunity in relation to four key themes: The Microbiome, Active Nutrition, Clinical Research and Botanicals.
Each webinar was created with regional relevance in mind with teams from EMEA, Americas and APAC drawing on local knowledge to conduct each 90-minute webinar.
Don’t forget that by registering, this webinar will be available free to view from our download library till 25 September along with all the other eleven webinars in the immunity series.