The Amsterdam Economic Board and EY welcomes you to the next Amsterdam life sciences café – this time with the topic ‘personalised prevention’.
Personalisation takes an increasingly prominent role in the sector. This time they focus on how food gut and genes interact with your overall health. What is Personalised nutrition? Can tailor-made dietary advice result in health improvement? Can we prevent DMT2 in the future?
* Jos Seegers, Operations Manager at Caelus Pharmaceuticals and Microbiota and probiotics specialist, will give us an introduction on the developments on E.halli to prevent and control diabetes 2 DMT2 and how this contributes to individual-tailored prevention.
* André Boorsma, Scientist Life Sciences at TNO, Involved in the personalised nutrition & health consortium. Responsible for the development of the infrastructure for the Nutrition Researcher Cohort (NRC). André will also reflect on his work for Habit.com, an important American start-up in the field of personalised nutrition.
Info & registration:
In the ensuing debate, you can share your ideas and opinion. NOTE: This event is in English. The Amsterdam Life Sciences Café is free of charge and takes place at Café Polder. The location offers an attractive, informal atmosphere, but spaces are limited, so do not wait too long to register via Eventbrite.