Program

Thursday, November 28

ICPH Pre-Symposium14:00-15:30【Room B】

International Symposium on Current Topics of Dietary Polyphenols in Disease Prevention
Organizer
Junji Terao
(Japan)
 
Circulating (poly)phenol metabolites mediate vascular benefits of berries
 
Ana Rodriguez-Mateos
(UK)
 
Curcumin as a promising cancer preventive polyphenol
 
Hye-Kyung Na
(Korea)
 
Disclosing how phenolic metabolites modulate brain inflammation
 
Claudia Nunes dos Santos
(Portugal)

Opening Lecture 116:00-16:45【Room A】

Chair
Hitoshi Ashida
(Japan)
OL1
Perspective on polyphenol research in human health
 
Junji Terao
(Japan)

Opening Lecture 216:45-17:30【Room A】

Chair
Kayoko Shimoi
(Japan)
OL2
Metabolomics for assessment of true exposure to phytochemicals and consideration of individual metabotypes
 
Claudin Manach
(France)
Friday, November 29

Plenary Lecture 18:30-9:00【Room A】

Chair
Alan Crozier
(USA)
PL1
Flavonoid induced cognition: Intake requirements and the role of the vascular system
 
Jeremy P.E. Spencer
(UK)

Plenary Lecture 29:00-9:30【Room A】

Chair
Naomi Osakabe
(Japan)
PL2
Polyphenols at the gastrointestinal tract: impact on metabolic disorders
 
Patricia I. Oteiza
(USA)

Symposium 110:00-11:30【Room A】

Brain Health and Cognitive Function
Chairs
Jeremy P. E. Spencer
(UK)
 
Rie Mukai
(Japan)
SY01-1
Zoom on the link between diet and brain health: how phenolic metabolites modulate brain inflammation
 
Cláudia Nunes dos Santos
(Portugal)
SY01-2
The effects of an acute wild blueberry intervention on cognition in 7-10 year old children using expanded memory and executive function task batteries
 
Claire M. Williams
(UK)
SY01-3
Fisetin and its derivatives for the treatment of age-associated dementia
 
Pamela Maher
(USA)
SY01-4
Effects of polyphenol-rich plants on physiological responses for social stress
 
Hiroyuki Sakakibara
(Japan)
SY01-5
Protective effects of green tea catechin, epigallocatechin gallate and its metabolites on age-related cognitive dysfunction: mechanism of action
 
Monira Pervin
(Japan)

Symposium 213:30-15:00【Room A】

Metabolic Syndrome (Tentative)
Chairs
Kevin D Croft
(Australia)
 
Nobuyuki Takahashi
(Japan)
SY02-1
Associations between dietary polyphenol intake and metabolic diseases: findings from the EPIC study
 
Raul Zamora-Ros
(Spain)
SY02-2
Host-microbe interplay in the cardiometabolic benefits of dietary polyphenols
 
André Marette
(Canada)
SY02-3
Kidney damage in metabolic syndrome: prevention by the flavonoid (-)-epicatechin
 
Monica Galleano
(Argentina)
SY02-4
Anti-obesity and anti-diabetic effects of flavan-3-ols
 
Hitoshi Ashida
(Japan)
SY02-5
Polyphenol intake and metabolic syndrome risk in European adolescents: the HELENA study
 
Ratih Wirapuspita Wisnuwardani
(Belgium)

Symposium 315:30-17:00【Room A】

Gut Microbiota
Chairs
Patricia I. Oteiza
(USA)
 
Kyuichi Kawabata
(Japan)
SY03-1
Urolithins produced by gut microbial bioactivation of ellagitannins. Are they neuroactive metabolites?
 
Francisco A. Tomás-Barberán
(Spain)
SY03-2
Dietary polyphenols improve glucose metabolism by bile acid-induced inhibition of farnesoid-X receptor activity
 
Diana E. Roopchand
(USA)
SY03-3
Physiological functions due to the gut homeodynamics of polyphenols
 
Toshihiko Shoji
(Japan)
SY03-4
Modulating gut microbial bile acid metabolism with polyphenol rich foods for improved health
 
Kieran Tuohy
(Italy)
SY03-5
Lactobacillus boost bioavailability of polyphenols in onion
 
Miriam Dormeyer
(Germany)

Symposium 410:00-11:30【Room B】

Chemical Approches and Tools
Chairs
Alyson E. Mitchell
(USA)
 
Dragan Milenkovic
(France)
SY04-1
The bioavailability of orange juice flavanones
 
Alan Crozier
(USA)
SY04-2
Biosynthesis of hetro-conjugates of quercetin using xenobiotic enzymes expressing yeast
 
Shinichi Ikushiro
(Japan)
SY04-3
Application of 1H-qNMR to determine response factors between compounds for improving analytical results obtained from chromatography
 
Yuzo Nishizaki
(Japan)
SY04-4
New simple HPLC-UV/LC-MS analysis of silymarin flavonolignans: quantification of previously undetectable and/or non-separable components
 
Katerina Valentova
(Czechia)
SY04-5
A new natural turmeric extract formula increased curcumin(oids) bioavailability in healthy humans
 
Pascale E Fanca-Berthon
(France)

Symposium 513:30-15:00【Room B】

Omics and Analytical Approachs
Chairs
Cristina Andres-Lacueva
(Spain)
 
Yoichi Sakakibara
(Japan)
SY05-1
Systems biology network analysis of nutri(epi)genomic changes to decipher molecular mechanisms of action of polyphenols
 
Dragan Milenkovic
(France)
SY05-2
Metabolic profiling for the bioactivity evaluation of green tea and the selection of bioactivity-related chemical combinations
 
Yoshinori Fujimura
(Japan)
SY05-3
(-)-Epicatechin metabolome and its application for the development of nutritional biomarkers for flavanol intake
 
Javier I Ottaviani
(USA)
SY05-4
Discovery of novel flavonoids in nature by metabolome analyses and the FlavonoidSearch system
 
Nozomu Sakurai
(Japan)
SY05-5
Effect of citrus flavanone metabolites on oxidative stress and proteomic profile in pancreatic β-cells
 
Sara L. Anacleto
(Brazil)

Symposium 615:30-17:00【Room B】

New Perspective of Polyphenol Targets (Tentative)
Chairs
Young-Joon Surh
(Korea)
 
Hiroyuki Sakakibara
(Japan)
SY06-1
Astringency induces sympathomimetic physiological changes through excitation of locus correleus - noradrenaline system
 
Naomi Osakabe
(Japan)
SY06-2
Sulforaphane synergizes with JQ1 to inhibit colorectal cancer: might dietary polyphenols serve as natural alternative epigenetic ‘reader’ inhibitors?
 
Roderick Dashwood
(USA)
SY06-3
Identification of bitter taste receptors that respond to tea catechins
 
Masataka Narukawa
(Japan)
SY06-4
Molecular targets of epicatechin: gene expression assessment in Caenorhabditis elegans
 
Begona Ayuda-Duran
(Spain)
SY06-5
The role of 3,4-dihydroxyphenyl-γ-valerolactone, the gut microbiota metabolite of epicatechin, in reducing insulin resistance
 
Jenna Helleur
(UK)
SY06-6
The effect of kaempferol on glucose uptake in L6 myotubes
 
Hao Jiang
(Japan)
Saturday, November 30

Plenary Lecture 38:30-9:00【Room A】

Chair
Mariko Uehara
(Japan)
PL3
Metabolomics based dietary biomarkers in Nutritional Epidemiology. Challenges & opportunities in polyphenol research
 
Cristina Andres-Lacueva
(Spain)

Plenary Lecture 49:00-9:30【Room A】

Chair
Junji Terao
(Japan)
PL4
Mechanistic insights on the action of polyphenols against type 2 diabetes from in vitro cellular and in vivo intervention studies
 
Gary Williamson
(UK)

Symposium 710:00-11:30【Room A】

Bioavailability & Metabolism
Co-organized by Japanese Polyphenol Society
Chairs
Gary Williamson
(Australia)
 
Shin-ichi Ikushiro
(Japan)
Overview
 
Gary Williamson
(UK)
SY07-1
Bioavailability of anthocyanins from fermented red cabbage
 
Mariusz Konrad Piskula
(Poland)
SY07-2
Phenyl-γ-valerolactones and their derived phenolic acids: the missing link in the health effects of flavan-3-ols?
 
Pedro Mena
(Italy)
SY07-3
Food processing strategies to modulate bioavailability and bioefficacy of chlorogenic acids in humans
 
Lucas Actis-Goretta
(Singapore)
SY07-4
Lymphatic transport of flavonoid glycosides after intestinally administration in rats
 
Kaeko Murota
(Japan)

Symposium 813:30-15:00【Room A】

Tea Catechin and Function
Co-organized by Japanese Society of Catechinology
Chairs
Yoshinori Fujimura
(Japan)
 
Chung S. Yang
(USA)
SY08-1
Laboratory studies on the mitigation of metabolic syndrome by green tea
 
Joshua D. Lambert
(USA)
SY08-2
67-kDa laminin receptor signaling mediates the bioregulatory effects of green tea polyphenol EGCG
 
Hirohumi Tachibana
(Japan)
SY08-3
EGCG-rich green tea extract ameliorates fatty liver and weight gain in mice by activating the Sirt1 and AMPK pathway
 
Byung-Hyun Park
(Korea)
SY08-4
Synthesis of EGCg and nobiletin toward chemical biology investigations
 
Toshiyuki Kan
(Japan)

Symposium 915:30-17:00【Room A】

Cacao: Intervention & Epidemiology
Chairs
Naomi Osakabe
(Japan)
 
Amin B. Ismail
(Malaysia)
SY09-1
Assessing the respective contributions of cocoa bioactives in mediating cardiovascular effects in humans
 
Christian Heiss
(UK)
SY09-2
Population-based investigations of bioactives and health: A case study on flavanols
 
Hagen Schroeter
(USA)
SY09-3
Cocoa polyphenols: In vitro and in vivo evidence for mechanisms decreasing the risk of heart disease
 
Joe Vinson
(USA)
SY09-4
Relationship of dark chocolate intake with physical function in Japanese subjects
 
Midori Natsume
(Japan)

Symposium 1010:00-11:30【Room B】

Anthocyanins and Procyanidins
Chairs
Claudine Manach
(France)
 
Toshihiko Shoji
(Japan)
SY10-1
The tannin fractions of polyphenol berry extracts regulate glycemia by modulating the gut microbiota and improving the gut barriers function
 
Yves Desjardins
(Canada)
SY10-2
Variability in vascular response to dietary (poly)phenols: role of gut microbial metabolism
 
Ana Rodriguez-Mateos
(UK)
SY10-3
Anthocyanin and non-anthocyanin pigments from colored seed coat of edible beans
 
Kumi Yoshida
(Japan)
SY10-4
Health science supporting new bioactive-rich functional foods from fruit? Our approach and insights
 
Andrew Carroll
(New Zealand)
SY10-5
Cinnamtannin A2 reduces anxiety behavior induced by social defeat stress and improves spatial memory
 
Yasuyuki Fujii
(Japan)

Symposium 1113:30-15:00【Room B】

Cardiovascular Health
Chairs
Kazuo Kondo
(Japan)
 
Paul Kroon
(UK)
SY11-1
Potential of anthocyanin-rich food to prevent endothelial senescence and improve vascular health
 
Valerie B. Schini-Kerth
(France)
SY11-2
Anthocyanins - importance of metabolism in explaining the cardiometabolic health effects
 
Aedin Cassidy
(Ireland)
SY11-3
Cardiovascular health: which flavonoids and who should be consuming them?
 
Jonathan Hodgson
(Australia)
SY11-4
Dietary intake of polyphenols in Japan and its role in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases
 
Yoshimi Kishimoto
(Japan)
SY11-5
The effects of chronic cocoa flavanol supplementation on vascular function in healthy older adults
 
Amy Rees
(UK)

Symposium 1215:30-17:00【Room B】

Polyphenols in Asian Foods
Chairs
Lucy Sun Hwang
(Taiwan)
 
Hideyuki Ito
(Japan)
SY12-1
Dietary polyphenols protect against oxidative stress-induced gastrointestinal mucosal damage
 
Gow-Chin Yen
(Taiwan)
SY12-2
Polyphenols in Asian foods regulate senescence marker protein 30
 
Mariko Uehara
(Japan)
SY12-3
Evidence-based traditional medicinal-plants and foods
 
Intan Safinar Ismail
(Malaysia)
SY12-4
Ellagitannins from pomegranate and their antiglycation properties
 
Hideyuki Ito
(Japan)
SY12-5
Diversity on absorption and metabolism of urushiol derivatives
 
Jae-Hak Moon
(Korea)
SY12-6
Combined feeding of α-glycosyl-isoquercitrin and soluble soybean fiber prevents glucose intolerance in rats
 
Aphichat Trakooncharoenvit
(Japan)
Sunday, December 1

Plenary Lecture 58:30-9:00【Room A】

Chair
Cesar G. Fraga
(Argentina)
PL5
Whodunnit? Teasing apart the effects of ingested polyphenols versus their gut microbiota metabolites
 
Paul A Kroon
(UK)

Plenary Lecture 69:00-9:30【Room A】

Chair
Toshihiko Shoji
(Japan)
PL6
Development of functional green tea and the use of functional food labeling system in Japan
 
Mari Maeda-Yamamoto
(Japan)

Symposium 1310:00-11:30【Room A】

Learning from Functional Phytochemicals (Tentative)
Chairs
Yoshimasa Nakamura
(Japan)
 
Noriyuki Miyoshi
(Japan)
SY13-1
Chrono-nutrition from mice to humans -Timing effect of diet fibers on body glucose level, fecal SCFA and microbiota-
 
Shigenobu Shibata
(Japan)
SY13-2
Hydroxycoumarin OT-55 kills CML cells alone or in synergy with Imatinib or Synribo: involvement of ER stress and DAMP release
 
Marc Diederich
(Korea)
SY13-3
Avenanthramides as antioxidant and antiinflammatory agents
 
Li Li Ji
(USA)
SY13-4
Rare sugar D-allulose ameliorates arrhythmic overeating, obesity and diabetes by <intestinal GLP-1 release ? vagal afferents ? brain> axis
 
Yusaku Iwasaki
(Japan)
SY13-5
Evaluation of antimicrobial release from biodegradable films, foreseeing application as food packaging material
 
Samar Y. Elshamy
(Japan)

Symposium 1410:00-11:30【Room C】

Multifunctional effects of Polymethoxy Flavonoids and Their Mechanism of Action
Co-organized by Association for Nobiletin Research
Chairs
Je Tae Woo
(Japan)
 
Shizuo Yamada
(Japan)
SY14-1
Process for the production of high purity nobiletin from Citrus depressa (Shikuwasa) and its various biological activities
 
Je-Tae Woo
(Japan)
SY14-2
Separation of 5-O-demethyl nobiletin from Citrus depressa, Shikuwasa and its evaluation of alcoholic fatty liver damage prevention
 
Jae Gyu Park
(Korea)
SY14-3
Effect of Kaempferia parviflora extract on obesity and physical activity
 
Riyo Awa
(Japan)
SY14-4
Nobiletin, a flavone from Shiikuwasa (Citrus depressa), alleviates urinary dysfunction
 
Shizuo Yamada
(Japan)

Symposium 1510:00-11:30【Room B】

Polyphenols: The road from plants to functional foods (ICoFF Pre-symposium)
Chairs
Christine Morand
(France)
 
Kevin D Croft
(Australia)
Introduction
 
Christine Morand
(France)
SY15-1
Polyphenols and digestion process: Targeting the multiple gut functionalities
 
Vincenzo Fogliano
(The Netherlands)
SY15-2
Bioavailability of cocoa flavan-3-ol
 
Alan Crozier
(USA)
SY15-3
Vascular health benefits of high flavonoid apples
 
Jonathan M Hodgson
(Australia)
SY15-4
Identification of the biochemical mechanisms involved in the health benefits of plant (poly)phenols
 
Cesar G. Fraga
(Argentina/USA)
Closing
 
Kevin D Croft
(Australia)

Special Lecture12:45-13:30【Room B】

SL
Best practices for success in publishing your work in AJP - Endocrinology & metabolism
 
André Marette
(Canada)

Joint Keynote Lecture
Starter: Hitoshi Ashida (Japan)

Joint Keynote Lecture 114:00-14:35【Portopia Hall】

Chair
Akira Murakami
 
KL1
Anticarcinogenic and chemopreventive substances in food: An update
 
Young-Joon Surh
(Korea)

Joint Keynote Lecture 214:35-15:10【Portopia Hall】

Chair
Naomi Osakabe
(Japan)
KL2
Cancer prevention by food-derived phytochemicals
 
Zigang Dong
(USA)

Joint Keynote Lecture 315:10-15:45【Portopia Hall】

Chair
Hiroshige Itakura
(Japan)
KL3
Novel physiological function of bile acid and a food factor that mimics its function
 
Ryuichiro Sato
(Japan)

Joint Keynote Lecture 416:00-16:35【Portopia Hall】

Chair
Kayoko Shimoi
(Japan)
KL4
Contribution of plant food bioactives in promoting health effects of plant foods ? why look at interindividual variability?
 
Christine Morand
(France)

Joint Keynote Lecture 516:35-17:10【Portopia Hall】

Chair
Junji Terao
(Japan)
KL5
Dietary polyphenols for cardiovascular health
 
Kevin D Croft
(Australia)

Joint Keynote Lecture 617:10-17:45【Portopia Hall】

Chair
Kenji Sato
(Japan)
KL6
Phenolipids in food: bioactivities and health effects
 
Fereidoon Shahidi
(Canada)