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Vorträge und Konferenzteilnahmen 2011

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Vorträge auf Konferenzen:

V. Somoza (invited): 6th International Symposium on Deep-Frying, Hagen, Germany, 24.05.2011: “Oxidised dietary fats - a potential health risk?”

V. Somoza (invited): The University Forum Alpbach, 24.08.2011: “Justice -Responsibility for the Future: Food Safety & Functionality”

V. Somoza (invited): 242nd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society USA, Denver, Colorado / USA, 28.08 – 01.09. 2011: “Structure-/activity relationships of coffee compounds and their implications for optimizing the health benefits of coffee beverages"

V. Somoza (invited): Diet and Optimum Health Conference, Corvallis, USA, 14.09.2011: “A diet based on high-heat-treated foods promotes risk factors for diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular diseases”

V. Somoza (invited): First International Congress on Cocoa Coffee Tea, Novara, Italy , 13.-16.09.2011: “Strategies for optimizing the health benefits of coffee beverages”

V. Somoza (invited): 13th Weurman Flavour Research Symposium, Zaragoza, Spain, 27.09.2011: “Bioactivity of flavour compounds”

V. Somoza (invited): International Conference on Food Factors, Taipei, Taiwan, 20 – 23.11.2011: “Health Benefits of Coffee”

 

Posterbeiträge auf Konferenzen:

Liszt K, Walker J, Somoza V: 48. Wissenschaftlicher Kongress der DGE, Griebnitzsee, Germany, 15. – 16. 03.2011: „The influence of red wine, white wine and ethanol on the secretion of gastric acid“

Rohm B, Walker J, Lang R, Hofmann T, Somoza V: 48. Wissenschaftlicher Kongress der DGE, Griebnitzsee, Germany, 15. – 16. 03.2011: „Coffee and coffee constituents stimulate dopamine release in PC-12 cells”

Walker J, Rohm B, Lang R, Hofmann T, Somoza V: Deutscher Lebensmittelchemikertag, Halle / Germany, 13.09.2011: „Coffee and coffee constituents stimulate dopamine release in PC-12 cells”

Riedel A, Hochkogler C, Knorr V, Pignitter M, Bytof G, Lantz I, Somoza V: CoCo Tea Conference, Novara/ Italy, 16.09.2011: “Dose-dependent effect of caffeine on mitochondrial energy production and thermogenesis in HepG2 cells”

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