Event Overview:

Matching nutrition to genotypes to keep people healthy, even optimised, has been talked up for decades but remains at the conceptual stage.
That could be about to change as merging technologies like mobile phones, apps and accessible genetic data mean nutrigenomics or personalised nutrition is set to broach the mainstream.

In this online event we’ll explore and explain the science driving the personalised nutrition revolution, the evolving regulatory frameworks in which it must exist and engage the key players making it a commercial reality in markets all over the world.

Who should attend?

The event is for anyone engaged in nutrition from senior management to researchers and regulation experts, marketing minds, nutritionists, technical staff in food and supplement firms as well as universities, government agencies, NGOs, venture capitalists, start-ups and nutrition


Aurélie Mauray-Soulier: Team leader Specialized Nutrition/Beverages applications, EU CTS, GBU FOOD at Roquette
Dr. Michael De Marco: Global Head Research & Development Human Nutrition and Pharma Solutions, Global Segment Marketing Nutrition & Health at BASF SE, Nutrition & Health
Johanna Tanhuanpää: Marketing Intelligence Specialist | Food & Sustainability Enthusiast at www.invenire.fi
Katia Merten-Lentz: Partner at Keller and Heckman LLP
Laetitia Guerin-Deremaux: Senior Research Manager – R&D Nutrition & Health at Roquette
Martin Stahljans: Director, Adaptive Business Networks at BASF SE, Nutrition & Health
Nard Clabbers: Senior Business Developer Personalized Nutrition and Health at TNO Healthy Living
Pr. Barbara Stewart-Knox: Professor of Psychology at University of Bradfor
Shane Starling: Senior Editorat NutraIngredients, FoodNavigator & FoodNavigator-Asia
Simon Strauch: Director Global Marketing, BASF Human Nutrition at BASF SE
Virginie Strauch: Specialized Nutrition Market Manager– GBU Food at Roquette
Will Chu: Science Editor at NutraIngredients and FoodNavigator