Appendix B
Workshop Agenda

Nutrigenomics and Beyond: Informing the Future

June 1–2, 2006

National Academy of Sciences Auditorium

2100 C Street, NW

Washington, DC 20037

Day 1

8:30 a.m.

Welcome

Ann Yaktine, Senior Program Officer, Food and Nutrition Board

Robert M. Russell, Chair, Food and Nutrition Board

Harvey V. Fineberg, President of the Institute of Medicine

Nicholas Schork, Food and Nutrition Board Member and Workshop Moderator

8:45

Keynote Address

Why Nutrition and Genomics Are Important

  • Bernadine Healy, U.S. News & World Report

9:30

Introductory Comments on Scientific Sessions

  • John Milner, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health

9:45

Scientific Session I: Human Genetic Variation and Nutrition

Moderator: Nicholas Schork, University of California, San Diego



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Nutrigenomics and Beyond: Informing the Future - Workshop Summary Appendix B Workshop Agenda Nutrigenomics and Beyond: Informing the Future June 1–2, 2006 National Academy of Sciences Auditorium 2100 C Street, NW Washington, DC 20037 Day 1 8:30 a.m. Welcome Ann Yaktine, Senior Program Officer, Food and Nutrition Board Robert M. Russell, Chair, Food and Nutrition Board Harvey V. Fineberg, President of the Institute of Medicine Nicholas Schork, Food and Nutrition Board Member and Workshop Moderator 8:45 Keynote Address Why Nutrition and Genomics Are Important Bernadine Healy, U.S. News & World Report 9:30 Introductory Comments on Scientific Sessions John Milner, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health 9:45 Scientific Session I: Human Genetic Variation and Nutrition Moderator: Nicholas Schork, University of California, San Diego

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Nutrigenomics and Beyond: Informing the Future - Workshop Summary   Human Genetic Variation: New Tools for Understanding Its Role in Health and Disease Francis Collins, National Human Genome Research Institute, National Institutes of Health 10:15 Break 10:45 Implementation of the Human HapMap Initiative and Large-Scale Polymorphism Studies David Cox, Perlegen Sciences, Inc.   Contemporary Nutrigenetics Studies Jose Ordovas, Tufts University   Discussion 11:45 Economic Impact Estimating the Economic Impact of Nutrigenomics in Managing Health Costs Patricia Danzon, University of Pennsylvania 12:15 p.m. Lunch 1:15 Scientific Session II: Epigenetics Moderator: Rowena Matthews, Life Sciences Institute   Critical Events; Genomic Programming and Reprogramming Rudolph Jaenisch, Massachusetts Institute of Technology   Nutrition Modulation of Epigenetic Programming and Reprogramming Patrick Stover, Cornell University   Role of Maternal and Infant Nutrition in Genetic Programming and Epigenetics Cutberto Garza, Boston College   Discussion 3:15 Break

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Nutrigenomics and Beyond: Informing the Future - Workshop Summary 3:30 Scientific Session III: Systems Biology Moderator: Robert Cousins, University of Florida   Genetic Networks and Applied Systems Biology C. Ronald Kahn, Joslin Diabetes Center, Harvard University   Genome-Scale Reconstruction of the Human Metabolic Network: Basic Concepts and Practical Uses Bernhard Palsson, University of California, San Diego   Emerging Technologies Nanotechnology Martin Philbert, University of Michigan   Discussion 5:30 Adjourn for the Day Day 2 8:45 a.m. Session IV: Implications for the Future Introduction and Moderator: John Milner 9:00 Issues in Ethics David Castle, University of Guelph 9:30 Science Journalism and the Nutrigenomics Revolution Sally Squires, The Washington Post Susan Okie, New England Journal of Medicine 10:00 Genes, Metabolism, and Behavior: Interacting Networks Ralph Greenspan, Neuroscience Institute   Nutrigenomics: Industry’s Perspective Peter Gillies, DuPont 11:00 Break 11:15 Needs and Opportunities in the Food and Agricultural Sciences Joseph Spence, Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture

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Nutrigenomics and Beyond: Informing the Future - Workshop Summary   Nutrigenomics in Public Health: Moving the Field Forward Harvey V. Fineberg, President, Institute of Medicine, The National Academies 12:15 p.m. Discussion and Next Steps 1:00 Adjourn