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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