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Workshop Agenda

The Human Microbiome, Diet, and Health
February 22-23, 2012

The Keck Center of the National Academies
500 Fifth Street, NW
Room 100
Washington, DC 20001

Day 1: February 22, 2012—Current and Emerging Knowledge
 
8:00 am Registration
 
8:30 Welcome and Introductions
Gordon Jensen, Workshop Planning Committee Chair Harvey Fineberg, Institute of Medicine
 
8:45 Keynote: The Future Impact of Beneficial Microbes and Gut Health
Karen Nelson, J. Craig Venter Institute
 
SESSION 1—THE STUDY OF THE HUMAN MICROBIOME
 
9:15 Session 1 Introduction
Moderator: Cindy Davis, Office of Dietary Supplements, National Institutes of Health (NIH)
 
9:20 Defining the Human Microbiome
Lita Proctor, Human Microbiome Project, National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), NIH
 
10:10 Break


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A Workshop Agenda The Human Microbiome, Diet, and Health February 22-23, 2012 The Keck Center of the National Academies 500 Fifth Street, NW Room 100 Washington, DC 20001 Day 1: February 22, 2012—Current and Emerging Knowledge 8:00 am Registration 8:30 Welcome and Introductions Gordon Jensen, Workshop Planning Committee Chair Harvey Fineberg, Institute of Medicine 8:45 Keynote: The Future Impact of Beneficial Microbes and Gut Health Karen Nelson, J. Craig Venter Institute SESSION 1—THE STUDY OF THE HUMAN MICROBIOME 9:15 Session 1 Introduction  Moderator: Cindy Davis, Office of Dietary Supplements, National Institutes of Health (NIH) 9:20 Defining the Human Microbiome Lita Proctor, Human Microbiome Project, National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), NIH 10:10 Break 155

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156 THE HUMAN MICROBIOME, DIET, AND HEALTH 10:20 Tools and Models of Assessment for the Microbiome Jennifer Russo Wortman, Broad Institute 10:50 Metabolome and Microbiome Jeremy Nicholson, Imperial College London 11:35 Panel Discussion with Session 1 Speakers 12:05 pm Lunch SESSION 2—INTERACTION BETWEEN THE MICROBIOME AND HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT 1:00 Session 2 Introduction Moderator: Jennifer Brulc, General Mills, Inc. 1:05 Overview of Pediatric Clinical Implications and Interventions Josef Neu, University of Florida 1:35 Impact of Microbiome on Oral Health and Disease Richard Darveau, University of Washington 2:05 Impact of Microbiome on Gastrointestinal Health Vincent Young, University of Michigan 2:35 Diet, Obesity, and the Gut Microbiome Peter Turnbaugh, Harvard University 3:05 Break SESSION 3—INFLUENCE OF THE MICROBIOME ON DIET AND DIETARY COMPONENTS 3:15 Session 3 Introduction Moderator: Bruce German, University of California, Davis 3:35 Host-Microbe Interactions in the Perinatal Period: Role of Early Nutrition Sharon M. Donovan, University of Illinois 4:05 Microbial Metabolites of Dietary Components Johanna Lampe, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

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APPENDIX A 157 SESSION 4—SUMMARY PANEL 4:35 Review and Discussion with Day 1 Speakers Moderator: Gordon Jensen, Pennsylvania State University 5:35 Adjourn Day 2: February 23, 2012—Nutrition Translation: From Lab Bench to Food Product 8:00 am Registration SESSION 5—INFLUENCE OF DIET AND DIETARY COMPONENTS ON THE MICROBIOME 8:30 Session 5 Introduction Moderator: David Mills, University of California, Davis 8:40 Human Breast Milk Bruce German, University of California, Davis 9:05 The Resistome as a Driver of the Microbiome Ellen Silbergeld, Johns Hopkins University 9:30 Probiotic Mechanisms of Action James Versalovic, Baylor College of Medicine 9:55 Prebiotic Mechanisms of Action George Fahey, University of Illinois 10:20 Translation of Probiotic Science into Probiotic Foods Mary Ellen Sanders, Dairy & Food Culture Technologies 10:45 Developing Delivery Systems D. Julian McClements, University of Massachusetts Amherst 11:10 How the Microbiome Revolution Fuels Function Food Research—Practical Examples and Prospects Johan van Hylckama Vlieg, Danone Research Center 11:35 General Discussion 12:05 pm Lunch

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158 THE HUMAN MICROBIOME, DIET, AND HEALTH SESSION 6—SOCIETAL AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS 1:05 Session 6 Introduction  Moderator: Mary Ellen Sanders, Dairy & Food Culture Technologies 1:10 How Americans Eat and Drink to Improve Health Darren Seifer, NPD Group 1:35 Consumer Insights from the Industry Perspective Peggy Steele, DuPont Nutrition and Health 2:10 Probiotic and Prebiotic Health Claims in Europe: Scientific Assessment and Requirements Seppo Salminen, University of Turku, Finland 2:35 Evaluation of Viable Microbes Using Regulatory Requirements Developed for Non-Viable Ingredients Dan Levy, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition 3:00 Break 3:10 Health Claims and False Advertising Michelle Rusk, Federal Trade Commission 3:35 Regulatory Frameworks—The Industry Experience Stuart Craig, DuPont Nutrition and Health 4:00 Synthesis of the Regulatory Environment Sarah Roller, Kelley Drye & Warren LLP SESSION 7—SUMMARY PANEL: RESEARCH AND PRODUCT OR TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTIONS FOR THE FUTURE 4:25 Open Discussion with All Speakers and Audience  Discussant: Fergus Clydesdale, University of Massachusetts Amherst 5:30 Adjourn