As part of our commitment to providing quality education for clinicians and consumers, Cell-Logic contributes to conferences throughout Australia and internationally. Listed here is a selection of events in which we are participants.
This October, Cell-Logic’s chief scientific officer Dr Christine Houghton will be speaking at the Genostics Cancer Conference on the topic of the clinical use of Sulforaphane in hormone-dependent malignancies.
More information about the conference below:
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Genostics Cancer Conference
13 October – 14 October 2018
Four Seasons Hotel Sydney
This conference will outline an integrative approach to clinical diagnostics, treatment and monitoring of cancers, with a particular focus on immune therapies and within the burgeoning paradigm of precision medicine.
Investigations into the interplay between a person’s immune defenses and malignant cells have been present for over a century. Recent advances in understanding the signalling pathways which allow tumour cells to evade the immune system have paved the way for novel immune therapies which are now in widespread clinical use. Enter Precision Medicine. A concurrent revolution in molecular biology is set to propel immune therapies into the increasingly exciting world of personalised cancer management.
LIFESTYLE MEDICINE 2018
Lifestyle Medicine 2018 heads north for winter. Join us August 17-19 in Brisbane, Australia to explore the theme: “Enhancing health, Evolving care’.
Showcasing accomplished practitioners and researchers, including a strong international contingent, the program will integrate a highly competitive scientific stream. Delegates will gain both practical cliniial and public health evidence-based applications in the fields of CVD, Nutrigenomics, Obesity, Personalised Medicine, the Microbiome, Dementia and Health Tech.
Dr Christine Houghton, Cell-Logic’s chief scientific officer will be presenting Gut Ecology & Metabolic Modulation: A Nutrigenomic Approach. This presentation considers the mechanisms that govern function of the epithelial barrier, examining the strategies to optimise the ecology of the gut as a key driver of intestinal and metabolic health.
Australian Methylation & Genomics Summit
Be empowered to understand and assess anxiety and depression
10 – 12 August 2018
The Concourse, Chatswood, Sydney
MTHFR Support Australia invites you to join a tribe of health practitioners at the Methylation and Genomics Summit in Chatswood, Sydney from 10-12 August 2018. This is a unique opportunity for health practitioners to understand genetic susceptibility and the environment when assessing anxiety and depression.
Endemic in our society today, from small children to adults alike, we are inundated with patients presenting with anxiety and depression. Perhaps the most difficult of the methylation pathways to understand, the neurotransmitters of dopamine, serotonin and GABA are key for practitioners to assess how to reduce anxiety and improve mood.
In 2018, the Australian Methylation and Genomics Summit will explore the key drivers of anxiety and depression, giving practitioners strategies to evaluate how the patient’s genetic susceptibility might impact mood along with environmental effects. Learn how to identify where a patient is under-utilising methyls vs under-producing them.
Join the Cell-Logic team and Dr Christine Houghton who will be attending the summit and presenting Conference Topic: “Upstream cellular mechanisms with profound effects on depression, a neuropsychiatric condition”. Dr Houghton’s topic will focus on utilising the principles of nutrigenetics to evaluate variants in the core upstream genes, providing a clearer understanding of the likelihood that aberrant biochemical processes may be contributing to the patient’s depressive state.
Click on link to access further conference information Methylation Summit Flyer-A4-Email
Date: Friday, 4th November, 2016
Time: 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Please Note: Presentation forms part of the Lifestyle intervention: evidence, application and emerging trends session
Conference Dates: Friday, 4th November – Sunday, 6th November, 2016
Expo Dates: Thursday, 1st September and Friday, 2nd September, 2016
Date: Saturday, 3rd September and Sunday, 4th September, 2016
Date: Friday, 29th July – Monday, 1st August, 2016
Nutrigenomic Strategies for Addressing ASD and Neuropsychological Disorders
Date: Saturday, 23rd July, 2016
Nutrisearch will be providing a full day of education on:
Translational Nutrigenomics Workshop
Date: Sunday, May 22nd, 2016
Nutrigenomic mechanisms associated with chemoprevention by phytochemicals; a clinical perspective
Date: Monday, May 23rd, 2016
Date: Friday, February 13th, 2015
Managing oxidative stress-induced cellular disruption in cancer; a clinical perspective
Date: Saturday – Sunday; May 2nd – 4th, 2014