Selskabet for Ernæringsforskning
 
ASN
American Society for Nutrition (ASN)
The American Society for Nutrition (ASN) is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing together the world's top researchers, clinical nutritionists and industry to advance our knowledge and application of nutrition for the sake of humans and animals. Our focus ranges from the most critical details of research and application to the broadest applications in society, in the United States and around the world. 
 

Great Grains & Cereal Consumption

14.30-14.35: Velkomst Formand for Sfe, Susanne Gjedsted Bügel, Lektor Institut for Human Ernæring, SCIENCE
14.35-14.50: ”Videnskabsformidlingens forskellige eksperttyper” Anker Brink Lund, Professor, Dr. Phil. Department of Business and Politics, CBS
14.55-15.10: “Populærformidling af ernæringsvidenskab” Arne Astrup, Professor Institutleder på Institut for Human Ernæring, SCIENCE
15.15-15.30: ”Bør formidling til befolkningen kun varetages af Styrelser? ” Agnes N. Pedersen, Seniorrådgiver Afdelingen for Ernæring, DTU Fødevareinstituttet
15.35-15.50: ”Journalistens indgangsvinkel til videnskabsformidling” Thomas Breinholt, Journalist Dokumentarredaktør, DR
15.50-17.00: Debat Moderater: Jeppe Berggren Høj, Specialkonsulent Uddannelse og Studerende/Sekretariat for ph.d. og statistik, SCIENCE
”Netværks-sandwich”
Hjemmeside CVR-nummer: E-mailHjemmeside CVR-nummer: E-mai
Date: Wednesday, November 12, 2014 8:30-16:15
Venue: University of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg Campus, Auditorium 1.01, Bülowsvej 17, 1870
FrederiksbergC

 
8.30-9.00: Coffee / Tea
 
9.00-9.10: Welcome
(by Mette Kristensen, Assoc. Professor, PhD, University of Copenhagen)
 
 
9.10-10.30: Wholegrain intake and availability
 
Rikke Neess, Danish Whole Grain Partnership (15+10) (confirmed)
Availability of wholegrain foods in Denmark – effects of the Wholegrain Campaign
 
Heddie Mejborn, Senior advisor, PhD, DTU (15+10) (confirmed)
Updated Wholegrain intake data in Denmark
 
Sinead Hopkins, PhD, CPW (20+10) (confirmed)
Wholegrain intake across the World
 
 
10.30-11.00 Coffee / Tea
 
 
11.00-12.00: Wholegrain and gut health
 
Mette Kristensen, Assoc. Professor, PhD, University of Copenhagen (20+10) (confirmed)
Wholegrain and gut microbiota health – what do we know?
 
Pi Aabech, MSc, University of Copenhagen (20+10) (confirmed)
Effect of whole grain on gut related outcomes (3G study)
 
 
12.00-13.00 Lunch
 
 
 
13.00-14.30 Wholegrain and metabolic health
 
Chris Seal, Professor, Newcastle University (25+10) (confirmed)
Overview – whole grain and cardiovascular health – where do we stand?
 
Mads Vendelbo Lind, PhD, University of Copenhagen (15+10) (confirmed)
Whole grains, 1-carbon metabolism and health
 
Sabine Ibrügger, PhD, University of Copenhagen (20+10) (confirmed)
Whole grains and appetite regulation – short and long term effects (3G study)
 
 
14.30-15.00 Coffee/Tea
 
 
15.00-16.30 Gluten tolerance in healthy and diseased individuals
 
Luud Gilissen, Dr., Wageningen UR(20+10) (confirmed)
Gluten, celiac disease and non-celiac cereal sensitivity, an overview
 
Fred Brouns, Professor, PhD, Maastricht University (20+10) (confirmed)
Benefits from avoidance of wheat / gluten – what do we know?
 
Rikke Gøbel, PhD, Novo Nordisk (20+10) (confirmed)
Effect of gluten on gut health in healthy individuals (3G study)
 
 
 
 
Registration online: http://sfe.mono.net/
 
Registration fees:        350 DKK / 50€ for non-members
                                   225 DKK / 30€ for HGF members
                                   75 DKK / 10 € for members of the Danish Nutrition Society
 
Deadline for registration is November 5th 2014.

www.sfe.dk 33114168 sfe@sfe.dk
Invitation – seminar Great Grains & Cereal Consumption
Wednesday, November 12, 2014 8:30-16:15
Venue: University of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg Campus, Auditorium 1.01, Bülowsvej 17, 1870 
Frederiksberg C
8.30-9.00: Coffee / Tea
9.00-9.10: Welcome (by Mette Kristensen)
9.10-10.30: WHOLEGRAIN INTAKE AND AVAILABILITY
Availability of wholegrain foods in Denmark – effects of the Wholegrain Campaign
Rikke Nees, The Wholegrain Campaign (confirmed), , Heddi Mejborn, DTU (confirmed)
Updated Wholegrain intake data in Denmark
Heddi Mejborn, DTU Food, National Food Institute
Wholegrain intake across the World
Sinead Hopkins, Cereal Partners Worldwide (confirmed)
10.30-11.00 Coffee / Tea
11.00-12.00: WHOLEGRAIN AND GUT HEALTH
Cereal fiber, wholegrain and gut microbiota – what do we know?
TBD? (not confirmed)
Effect of whole grain on gut related outcomes (3G study)
Pi Aabech (confirmed)
12.00-13.00 Lunch
13.00-14.30 WHOLEGRAIN AND METABOLIC HEALTH
Overview – whole grain and cardiovascular health – where do we stand?
TBD
Whole grains, 1-carbon metabolism and health
Mads Vendelbo Lind, Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports (confirmed)
Whole grains and appetite regulation – short and long term effects (3G study)
Sabine Ibrügger, Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports (confirmed)
14.30-15.00 Coffee/TeaHjemmeside CVR-nummer: E-mail
www.sfe.dk 33114168 sfe@sfe.dk
15.00-16.15 GLUTEN TOLERANCE IN HEALTHY AND DISEASED INDIVIDUALS
Gluten, celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity, an overview
TBD? (not confirmed)
Processing of whole grains to improve gluten tolerance
TBD? (not confirmed)
Effect of gluten on gut health in healthy individuals (3G study)
Rikke Gøbel (confirmed)
You can register for the meeting on the homepage: www.sfe.mono.net. We accept credit card, bank 
transfer or electronic payment (EAN-number, for Danish institutions only). Deadline for registration is 
November 5th 2014.
Registration fees: 
350 DKK / 50€ for non-members
225 DKK / 30€ for HGF members
75 DKK / 10 € for members of the Danish Nutrition SocietyHjemmeside CVR-nummer: E-mail
www.sfe.dk 33114168 sfe@sfe.dk
Invitation – seminar Great Grains & Cereal Consumption
Wednesday, November 12, 2014 8:30-16:15
Venue: University of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg Campus, Auditorium 1.01, Bülowsvej 17, 1870 
Frederiksberg C
8.30-9.00: Coffee / Tea
9.00-9.10: Welcome (by Mette Kristensen)
9.10-10.30: WHOLEGRAIN INTAKE AND AVAILABILITY
Availability of wholegrain foods in Denmark – effects of the Wholegrain Campaign
Rikke Nees, The Wholegrain Campaign (confirmed), , Heddi Mejborn, DTU (confirmed)
Updated Wholegrain intake data in Denmark
Heddi Mejborn, DTU Food, National Food Institute
Wholegrain intake across the World
Sinead Hopkins, Cereal Partners Worldwide (confirmed)
10.30-11.00 Coffee / Tea
11.00-12.00: WHOLEGRAIN AND GUT HEALTH
Cereal fiber, wholegrain and gut microbiota – what do we know?
TBD? (not confirmed)
Effect of whole grain on gut related outcomes (3G study)
Pi Aabech (confirmed)
12.00-13.00 Lunch
13.00-14.30 WHOLEGRAIN AND METABOLIC HEALTH
Overview – whole grain and cardiovascular health – where do we stand?
TBD
Whole grains, 1-carbon metabolism and health
Mads Vendelbo Lind, Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports (confirmed)
Whole grains and appetite regulation – short and long term effects (3G study)
Sabine Ibrügger, Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports (confirmed)
14.30-15.00 Coffee/TeaHjemmeside CVR-nummer: E-mail
www.sfe.dk 33114168 sfe@sfe.dk
15.00-16.15 GLUTEN TOLERANCE IN HEALTHY AND DISEASED INDIVIDUALS
Gluten, celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity, an overview
TBD? (not confirmed)
Processing of whole grains to improve gluten tolerance
TBD? (not confirmed)
Effect of gluten on gut health in healthy individuals (3G study)
Rikke Gøbel (confirmed)
You can register for the meeting on the homepage: www.sfe.mono.net. We accept credit card, bank 
transfer or electronic payment (EAN-number, for Danish institutions only). Deadline for registration is 
November 5th 2014.
Registration fees: 
350 DKK / 50€ for non-members
225 DKK / 30€ for HGF members
75 DKK / 10 € for members of the Danish Nutrition Society
 
Kontakt Selskabet for Ernæringsforskning på: sfe@sfe.dk
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