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Keynote speaker :
Prof Dr Derrick MacFabe, MD, Western University, Canada : Can the microbiome influence brain function and behaviour- from animal models to human population

Plenary Session :
1. Prof. Dr Koen Venema, Wageningen, The Netherland : How to study the efficacy of prebiotics using validated in vitro models of the gastrointestinal tract.

2. Prof. Dr. Yoshimi Benno, Japan : New Evolution of the Gut Microbiota Research.

3. Dr. Corinne Grangettte, Institut Pasteur de Lille, France : Probiotics and immunoregulation: from IBD to metabolic syndrome.

4. Dr. Roy Sparingga, MSc, BPOM, Jakarta : Probiotic food regulation and control in Indonesia.

5. Prof. Dr Lee Yuan Kun, National University of Singapura : Gut Microbiome and Mental Stage.

6. Prof. Tore Midvedt, Karolinska Institute, Sweden : Infants, gut microbiota - and probiotics. Lessons to learn from gnotobiology.

7. Dr.Noriyuki Iwabuchi, Food Science & Technology Institute, Japan : Primary prevention of allergic diseases in infants by administration of bifidobacteria to prenatal mothers and infants and effects on fecal microbiota.

8. Salme Portinson, Biogia, Sweden : Clinical effects of Lactobacillus reuteri DSM 17938.

9. Prof. Dr. dr. Subijanto MartoSudarmo, SpA(K), Airlangga University/ISSPP : Microbiome and Gut brain axis : Molecular Signaling.

10. Dr. Ingrid S Surono, MSc (Binus University/ISSPP), Jakarta : Novel Probiotics enhance immune response and nutritional status of young children.

11. Dr Rina Agustina, MD, MSc, SEAMEO RECFON/Faculty of Medicine University of Indonesia : Probiotic for the prevention of diarrhea and respiratory infection in children.

12. Prof Dr. Olle Holst, Lund University Sweden : Physiological effects of microbial exopolysaccharides

13. Dr. Min-Tse Liong, University Sains Malaysia : Probiotics: Functionality Beyond Gut.

The number of participants will be limited to 150 and those who present an oral or present a poster will be given priority. The symposium participants are students, lecturers, research institution, health professionals, Governmental Organizations, Dairy Industries in Asia, NGO and International Organizations.

Organized by :

Indonesian Scientific Society for Probiotics and Prebiotics