Symposium on Food Systems, Nutrition, and the Microbiome
Tuesday, November 12th, at The Great Hall at Trent Semans Center, Duke University School of Medicine
Food Systems are fundamental to human, animal, and planetary health. The availability and composition of food in turn has shaped the evolution of human and animal physiology and can contribute to diverse metabolic diseases. The microbiome is increasingly appreciated as an integral part of this continuum from agriculture to nutritional physiology.
The goal of this symposium is to explore the frontiers of the exciting interactions between food systems, nutrition, and the microbiome, and emerging ethical and policy implications. Attendees are invited to submit poster abstracts and a small number may be selected for short talks. Lunch will be provided to all registered participants. Please register below:
Submit abstract for poster or talk
Students, Post-docs and Staff are encouraged to submit abstracts for poster presentations and short talks. Please include a title, list of authors (presenting author first), and abstract of work. A small number of abstracts may be selected for short talks. Please submit by October 31, 2019. If you have any questions, please email at
Do you want your abstract to be considered for a short talk?
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