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Monitoring Metabolic Status: Predicting Decrements in Physiological and Cognitive Performance C Workshop Agenda Metabolic Monitoring Technologies for Military Field Applications Committee on Military Nutrition Research Food and Nutrition Board Institute of Medicine The National Academies January 8–9, 2003 School of Aerospace Medicine Brooks Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas Wednesday January 8, 2003 8:45 Welcome on Behalf of Brooks Air Force Base Commander, Brooks Air Force Base 8:50 Welcome on Behalf of the Committee on Military Nutrition Research Dr. John Vanderveen, Chair, Committee on Military Nutrition Research 9:00 Overview of Military Interest in Technologies for Metabolic Monitoring COL Karl E.Friedl, U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine 9:30 Overview of Field Applications of Physiological Monitoring Dr. Reed W.Hoyt, U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine (USARIEM)
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Monitoring Metabolic Status: Predicting Decrements in Physiological and Cognitive Performance Part I: Biomarkers and Monitoring Technologies for Heat Production and Hydration Status and Carbohydrate Metabolism (Moderator: Johanna Dwyer) 10:00 Biomarkers of Physiological Strain During Exposure to Hot and Cold Environments Dr. Andrew J.Young, USARIEM 10:30 Hydration Status Monitoring Dr. Michael N.Sawka, USARIEM 11:00 Break 11:10 Technologies for Monitoring Glucose and Lactate Dr. David C.Klonoff, Mills-Peninsula Health Services 11:40 Utility of Insulin-like Growth Factor-I for Assessing Metabolic Status Dr. Bradley C.Nindl, USARIEM 12:10 Discussion 12:30 Lunch Part II: Biomarkers and Technologies for Monitoring Physiological Status and Work Capacity (Moderator: William Morgan) 1:30 The Use of Portable Accelerometers in Predicting Activity Energy Expenditure Dr. Kong Y.Chen, Vanderbilt University Medical Center 2:00 Humans, Hills, and the Metabolic Cost of Locomotion: Simple Explanations from Putting Foot-Ground Contact Times to Work Dr. Peter G.Weyand, Rice University Part III: Biomarkers and Technologies for Monitoring Muscle Protein Turnover and Metabolism (Moderator: Bruce Bistrian) 2:30 Biomarkers for Changes in Protein Turnover of Muscle and Other Tissues Dr. Robert R.Wolfe, University of Texas Medical Branch 3:00 Break
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Monitoring Metabolic Status: Predicting Decrements in Physiological and Cognitive Performance 3:10 Potential Real-Time Markers: Muscle Fatigue or Environmental Stress Dr. T.Peter Stein, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey 3:40 Muscle Protein Biomarkers to Predict the Occurrence of Physical Stress and Muscle Fatigue or Muscle Inflammatory Responses to Extreme Levels of Physical Activity Dr. William J.Evans, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Part IV: Biomarkers and Technologies for Predicting Bone Turnover (Moderator: Helen Lane) 4:10 Biomarkers of Bone and Muscle Turnover: Effects of Exercise Dr. Clifford J.Rosen, Maine Center for Osteoporosis Research and Education, St. Joseph Hospital 4:40 Discussion 5:00 Adjourn Thursday January 9, 2003 9:00 Biomarkers for Monitoring Bone Turnover and Predicting Bone Stress Dr. Michael Kleerehoper, School of Medicine, Wayne State University 9:30 Biomarkers to Predict the Occurrence of Bone Stress and Matrix Abnormalities Due to Sustained and Intensive Physical Activity Dr. Wendy M.Kohrt, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center 10:00 Discussion 10:15 Break Part V: Biomarkers and Technologies for Monitoring Cognitive and Physiological Status in Relation to Stress (Moderator: Esther Sternberg) 10:30 Technologies for Monitoring Cognitive Status to Predict the Occurrence of Mental and Physical Stress Dr. Julian F.Thayer, National Institute on Aging
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Monitoring Metabolic Status: Predicting Decrements in Physiological and Cognitive Performance 11:00 Use of Sweat Patch Technology to Monitor Neuroendocrine Status Dr. Giovanni Cizza, National Institute of Mental Health 11:30 Discussion 11:45 Lunch Part VI: Biomarkers and Technologies for Monitoring Mental Status, Cognitive Function, and Alertness (Moderator: Patrick O’Neil) 1:00 Biomarkers for Brain Hypometabolism Due to Sleep Deprivation Dr. Nancy J.Wesensten, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research 1:30 Electroencephalographic Indicators of Impaired Aviator Status During Sleep Deprivation Dr. John A.Caldwell, Air Force Research Laboratory, Brooks Air Force Base 2:00 Circulating Plasma Markers of Cognitive Status Dr. Harris R.Lieberman, USARIEM 2:30 Discussion 3:00 Break Part VII: Future Possibilities for Monitoring Physiological and Cognitive Function (Moderator: Beverly Tepper) 3:15 Odors as Biomarkers to Predict the Occurrence of Mental and Physical Stress Dr. Gary K.Beauchamp, Monell Chemical Senses Center 4:15 Molecular Markers of Mechanical Activity- and Inactivity-Induced Anabolic and Catabolic States in Striated Muscle Dr. Kenneth M.Baldwin, University of California, Irvine 4:45 Discussion 5:00 Summary of the Workshop Dr. John Vanderveen, Chair, Committee on Military Nutrition Research 5:30 Adjourn
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