Workshop 2nd

Dear Colleagues, 

It is a great pleasure to invite you to participate in the 2nd FoodEnTwin Workshop “Experimental animal models for food and environment” that will be held in Vienna, Austria on 3th to 4th of February 2020. 

The venue of the 2nd FoodEnTwin Workshop is at the Medical University of Vienna (HörsaalZentrum, Kursraum 12).  

2nd FoodEnTwin Workshop “Experimental animal models for food and environment” program can be downloaded here.

Book of abstracts can be downloaded here.

The main topics 

  • Animal models for studying food and environmental allergy
  • Assessing allergenicity with proteomics 
  • Health effects of food components modifications
  • Novel in vitro and in vivo animal models for predicting effects of environmental stress
  • Food allergy: animal models used for risk assessment 

The organizers are looking forward to your participation. 

On behalf of scientific committee,

Michelle Epstein

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 810752

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FoodEnTwin Workshop

Experimental animal models for food and environment

 

  

Day 1 February 3, 2020

 

Time

Title

Speaker Name

Institute

9:30-9:45

Introduction to FoodEnTwin

Tanja Cirkovic Velickovic

University of Belgrade, Serbia

9:45-10:00

Opening of the Workshop

Michelle Epstein

Medical University of Vienna, Austria

 

Session 1:Mouse and rat models for food allergy

Chairpersons Michelle Epstein Marianne van Hage

Medical University of Vienna, Austria Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

10:00-10:40

Rat models of food allergy

Katrine Lindholm Bøgh

DTU, Denmark

10:40-11:10

Mouse models of food allergy

Karine Adel-Patient

CEA, France

11:10-11:40

 

Coffee break

 

11:40-12:10

Experimental in vitro and in vivo

models for food allergy risk assessment

Michelle Epstein

Medical University of Vienna, Austria

 

Session 2: Risk Assessment in food allergy

Chairpersons

Tanja Cirkovic Velickovic Aleksandra Inic-Kanada

University of Belgrade, Serbia Medical University of Vienna, Austria

12:10-12:40

Animal models for risk

assessment of food allergy

Antonio Dumont Fernandez

European Food Safety Agency, EFSA,

Parma, Italy

12:40-14:00

 

Lunch and poster viewing

14:00-14:30

Experimental in vitro and in vivo

models for food allergy risk assessment

Michelle Epstein

Medical University of Vienna, Austria

 

Session 3: Protein allergens

Chairpersons

Andreja Rajkovic

Ghent University

14:40-15:10

Protein structure of food allergens

Karin Hoffmann- Sommergruber

Medical University of Vienna, Austria

15.10-15:40

Allergy to red meat

Marianne van Hage

Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden

15:40-16:10

Tomato allergens – multiomics identification and control in farming

Wolfram Weckwerth

University of Vienna, Austria

16:10-16:40

 

Coffee break

 

16:40-17:10

Oral immunotherapy (OIT) and peanut allergy

Stefan Zeitler

Aimmune, Germany

17:10-17:30

Round table discussion

Chairpersons

Michelle Epstein and Tanja Cirkovic Velickovic

Medical University of Vienna, Austria University of Belgrade, Serbia

19:30

Gala dinner at the Melkerstiftskeller Schottengasse 3, 1010 Vienna

 
  

Day 2 February 4, 2020

 

Time

Title

Speaker Name

Institute

 

Session 4: FoodEnTwin Seminars

Chairpersons Marianne van Hage

Tanja Cirkovic Velickovic

Karolinska Institutet, Sweden University of Belgrade, Serbia

9:30-10:00

FoodEnTwin highlights

Tanja Cirkovic Velickovic

University of Belgrade, Serbia STSE BU/KUL

    
10:00

Allergenomics of ticks

Danijela Apostolovic

Karolinska Institutet, Sweden Training STSE KI/BU

10:30

Bovine γ-Globulin and Lactoperoxidase as major milk allergens among a mammalian meat allergic population

Marija Perusko

University of Belgrade, Serbia EAACI fellowship BU/KI

11:30

Development of an immune- polymerase chain reaction for detection and quantification of shellfish tropomyosin

Mirjana Radomirovic

University of Belgrade, Serbia Training STSE BU/GU

12:00

Discrete Hf18 metal-oxo cluster as a nanozyme for site-specific protein hydrolysis

Jens Mons

Katholieke University Leuven STSE KUL/BU

12:30

Proteomics and PTMs profiling of raw and thermally treated shellfish samples collected in Korea: focus on tropomyosin

Urmila Khulal

Ghent University STSE GU/BU

11:00-11:30

 

Coffee breaks

 

13:00-13:30

Characterisation of peanut allergens and possible post- translational

modifications (PTMs)

Shu Liu

Medical University of Vienna, Austria STSE MUW/BU

13:30-14:00

Jessika Obi & Sonja Schröfl

Resolving Dactylis glomerata pollen proteins by 2D SDS PAGE and subsequent western transfer and immunoblots by antibodies against specific posttranslational modifications

Medical University of Vienna, Austria Training STSE MUW/BU

    
    
 

Session 5: Oral Session

Chairpersons

Andreja Rajkovic Sanja Grguric-Sipka

Ghent University University of Belgrade

14:30 -14:45

Thermal treatment effect on the antioxidant activity of ethanolic extracts of Myrtus communis L.

Ahmed Snoussi

Ecole Supérieure des Industries Alimentaires de Tunis

14:45

Immunoproteomic study of raw and roasted peanut major allergen post-translational

modifications (PTMs)

Teodora Djukic

University of Belgrade, Serbia

15:00

15:15

Higher degree of Mayar reaction induced by spray drying at high temperatures increases antioxidant activity of camel milk proteins.

Microplastics determination in Korean clams

Ana Simovic

Maria Krishna de Guzman

 

University of Belgrade, Serbia

Ghent University Global Campus

15:15

 

Workshop ends

 
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 810752