October 19, 2022. ISAPP webinar: Human milk oligosaccharides — Prebiotics in a class of their own?
Human Milk Oligosaccharides — Prebiotics in a class of their own?
Human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) are non-digestible carbohydrates and are the third most abundant component in human milk after lactose and fat. More than 200 different varieties have currently being identified in human milk, of which 2’-fucosyllactose is the most prevalent. HMOs play an important role in the development of the intestinal microbiota and the immune system of infants, which may influence health later in life. This webinar features Ardythe Morrow PhD, Professor of Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, giving an overview of what HMOs are, how they can play a role in infant health and the current scientific state of the art on postulated beneficial effects.
April 28, 2022. ISAPP webinar: The prebiotic potential of polyphenols
The prebiotic potential of polyphenols
In this webinar, Prof. Daniele Del Rio (University of Parma, Italy) and Prof. Yves Desjardins (Université Laval, Canada) address polyphenols in plants, evidence that polyphenols provide health benefits, how gut microbiota modulates the bioactivity of dietary polyphenols, and whether available knowledge about polyphenols meets expectations for prebiotic substances. This webinar is hosted by Prof. Bob Hutkins from the University of Nebraska and Dr. Maria Wiese from TNO.
April 20, 2022. ISAPP webinar: Fermented Foods and Health — Does Today’s Science Support Yesterday’s Tradition?
Fermented Foods and Health — Does Today’s Science Support Yesterday’s Tradition?
ISAPP and Today’s Dietitian collaborated on a free webinar in which Hannah Holscher, PhD, RD, and Jennifer Burton, MS, RD, LDN discussed the foundational elements of fermented foods, the role of microbes in fermentation, and more.
January 28, 2022. ISAPP webinar: Synbiotics: Definitions, Characterization, and Assessment
Synbiotics: Definitions, Characterization, and Assessment
Webinar by the International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics (ISAPP), featuring Profs. Bob Hutkins and Kelly Swanson. Moderated by Drs. Mary Ellen Sanders and Karen Scott.
July 1, 2021. The human mycobiome: An ISAPP mini-symposium
The human mycobiome: An ISAPP mini-symposium
This ISAPP mini-symposium features six short lectures that explore different aspects of the human mycobiome, including research, clinical and industry perspectives. The mini-symposium was hosted by ISAPP board members Mary Ellen Sanders & Eamonn Quigley, with presentations by Pauline Scanlan, Heather Hallen-Adams, Iliyan Iliev, Joseph Petrosino, Eamonn Quigley and Frank Schuren.
ISAPP 2021 Annual Meeting, June 1 & 2
Targeting the microbiota-gut-brain axis: Towards evidence based approaches for metabolic and mental health
ISAPP 2021 Annual Meeting: Harriët Schellekens, University College Cork, Ireland
Prebiotics and degenerative neurological disease
ISAPP 2021 Annual Meeting: Ali Keshavarzian, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, USA
Probiotic COVID trials
ISAPP 2021 Annual Meeting: Paul Wischmeyer, Duke University, USA
Use of genetically engineered probiotic vaccines to prevent COVID
ISAPP 2021 Annual Meeting: Gregg Dean, Colorado State University, USA
Topical lactobacilli against respiratory viruses and their clinical application in COVID-19
ISAPP 2021 Annual Meeting: Irina Spacova & Ilke De Boek, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Blautia spp. Attenuates Gastrointestinal Toxicity Induced by 5-Fluorouracil Treatment
ISAPP 2021 Annual Meeting: Rita Ferreira, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Ask us anything, we dare you
ISAPP 2021 Annual Meeting: Glenn Gibson, Bob Hutkins, Gregor Reid, Irene Lenoir-Wijnkoop, Mary Ellen Sanders
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