英国东英吉利大学Michael Muller教授系列学术报告
2019年04月03日   作者:管理员   阅读次数:1027

报告人:Michael Muller教授(英国东英吉利大学)

报告地点:国家肉品质量安全控制工程技术中心二楼会议室(教四楼A202


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报告1: Introduction to nutrigenomics and molecular nutrition

报告2: From nutrigenomics to personalized nutrition

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报告3: Obesity, fatty liver disease and inflammation – the 2 hits

报告4: Nutrition, fat metabolism and inflammation: an essential crosstalk

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报告5: Nutrigenomics of the gut-liver axis: Role of dietary fat

报告6: Nutrigenomics of the gut-liver axis: The gut & its microbiota role of dietary heme & gut-brain interaction

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报告7: Nutrigenomics of the gut-liver axis: role of diets for aging

报告8: Nutrigenomics of the gut-liver axis: role of dietary carbohydrates on bile acid metabolism

 

报告人简介:

Michael Muller is professor of nutrigenomics and systems nutrition at the University of East Anglia (Norwich/UK) and director of the Food and Health Alliance at the Norwich Research Park. He was Professor of Nutrition, Metabolism and Genomics at the Wageningen University, NL until January 2014. He is a renowned expert in molecular nutrition related to lipid homeostasis, nutrigenomics and nutritional systems biology with a strong background in liver and gut (patho)physiology. His work has focused on the molecular mechanisms underlying genome-wide effects of fatty acids on metabolic health and more recently on the role of nutrition (dietary fibers) on the gut-liver-brain axis and the role of the small intestinal microbiome. He was scientific director of the Netherlands Nutrigenomics Centre until end of 2013. He is visiting professor at Nanijng Agricultural University, China. He is (co)author of more than 240 peer-reviewed publications with more than 12000 citations. He has an H-factor of 65.

 

Professor Michael Müller is Director of the Norwich Research Park Food and Health Alliance and a Professor of Nutrigenomics and Systems Nutrition. He is a renowned expert in the area of molecular nutrition related to lipid homeostasis, nutrigenomics and nutritional systems biology and his work is focused on the molecular mechanisms underlying genome-wide effects of foods (specific bioactive components or nutrients) on immuno-metabolic health and plasticity.

Professor Muller was a member of the editorial boards of numerous journals, i.e. “BMC Genomics” (associate editor), "European Journal of Nutrition" (section editor "Nutrigenomics") and “PLOS One” (academic editor), visiting professor at Nanijng Agricultural University and (co)author of more than  240 peer-reviewed publications with more than 12000 citations. He has an H-factor of 65. As promoter he has supervised 24 PhD students, has an H-factor of 59 and is a member of the “Faculty of 1000” (Biology/Physiology).

Career

1988 – 1994 German Cancer Research Center, Division of Tumorbiochemistry, Heidelberg/Germany. Postdoctoral fellow and scientific employee at the German Cancer Research Center.

1994 - Nov 2000 University Hospital Groningen, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Groningen/The Netherlands. Associate professor, senior scientist and research leader (“Regulation of transport proteins in normal and diseased liver”)

2000 – 2013 University Wageningen, Nutrition, Metabolism and Genomics group, Wageningen/ The Netherlands. Full professor and Chair of Nutrition, Metabolism and Genomics at Wageningen University/The Netherlands. From 2003-2009 he was Scientific Director of the Nutrigenomics Consortium.  From 2010-2013 he was Scientific Director of the Netherlands Nutrigenomics Center.  He was board member of the NUGO. 

2014 – now University of East Anglia Norwich/UK. Full Professor at the Norwich Medical School (Molecular Nutrition and Nutrigenomics) and Director of the Food and Health Alliance (FAHA; Norwich Research Park). He is also interim director of NUGO.