September 07-09, 2016 | Baltimore | USA


Guidelines

For Speakers


  • Number of slides should be minimum and presentation time should be strictly followed. Please stop when signaled by the Chair to do so.
  • Users of Windows / PC should be responsible for the compatibility with Mac system used at the lectern.
  • Taking the timelines into consideration, using personal laptops are not recommended unless under unavoidable conditions.
  • No videos will be recorded.
  • Felicitation for the speakers will be done during the session or after completion of the session, so please make sure to be present until the session ends.

Basic presentation requirements

  • Presentation format: PPT.doc.
  • MAC compatible presentation.
  • Movies: Please take steps to compress your videos.
  • Each slide should be designed to be concise, uncluttered and readable from a distance: include only key words and phrases for visual reinforcement. Avoid lengthy text.

AV Set up:

  • Basic AV setup would be provided; slider with pointer, cordless mike, desktop mike, lapel, basic sound system.
  • If you have any audio / video to be played, they should be checked in prior / before one day with the AV team.

Upload your presentation before [3 days] traveling to the conference venue

  • Go to the presentation upload site and upload your presentation slides.
  • You must use the email address you provided when you submitted your abstract. Once logged in, follow the instructions on the screen.
  • You can also email the presentation to the designated conference email ID.
  • All presentations will be downloaded to your session room on the day of your presentation.
  • The presentations will be loaded prior with the name "first name_last name and date / session"

Load your presentation at the registration desk

  • It is recommended to upload the presentation before 3 days of conference start date. But if unable to send, you can always load your presentation (save the presentation in USB Flash drive) the day before your scheduled presentation at the registration desk [after 6:00 PM]. The USB Flash drive will be scanned before transferring the presentation to the presentation folder.
  • Once the presentation is completed it will be permanently removed. There will be an option to select if they wish to accept the usage for the presentation library maintained by USG – for the benefit of the budding researchers how to present on a particular topic [Talk-pedia].

Considerations for PC Users [create on PC then move to Mac]

  • Appropriate extension usage (the part after the period. in the filenames): use .PPTX, .PPSX if saving from PowerPoint 2007/2008/2010/2011 format or use .PPT or .PPS if saving to an earlier version format or saving from an earlier version.
  • Copy the media file to the folder where the PowerPoint file is, and only then insert it; otherwise links to most media files will break.
  • AVI or MPEG are better choice files for movies or sounds; don't use WMV (Windows Media Player).
  • Usage of fonts: Arial, Times New Roman, Courier and Symbol are best present on Macs.
  • Don't squeeze your text into placeholders: Text rendering on PC vs Mac (font substitution) can cause your squeezed text to get truncated of text boxes.

Poster Presenters

  • Poster cards with number will be placed on the poster hall before one hour of the session start.
  • Each author will be provided with a 1 meter x 1 meter poster presenting area and mounting pins / stick-tape. Participants are responsible for mounting their posters during the presentation and in removing them as soon as the session ends. Posters left up past that time will be discarded.
  • Poster awards will be announced during the end of a day / session which will be informed during the event.

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SK Dash

DD Innovations Inc., USA

S K Dash is an adjunct professor of Health and Nutritional Sciences at South Dakota State University and Director of Research and President of UAS Laboratories,Inc. He has published more than 30 research papers in scientific journals and spoken at national and international conferences. Dr. Dash is serving the National Probiotic Committee and International Probiotic Association. Dr. Dash is the former Food and Drug Director of South Dakota State. He has been honoured as the distinguished man of the year and received the 2010 Frost & Sullivan Award for his probiotic research and innovations.



 

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Dilek Heperkan

Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

Dilek Heperkan has completed her PhD in Egean University, Turkey. She worked as a researcher for 10 years in TUBITAK, National Research Center. She participated in World Working Party of Mycotoxin (2002-2007). She worked as a visiting scientist in countries such as Belgium, Germany, Netherland and UK. She worked for sabbatical in the USA in 2001. She also gave lectures at Universite de Vigo, Spain by Erasmus Programme in 2007. Recently, she organized 23rd ICFMH FoodMicro 2012 Congress and 14th Mediterranean Phytopathological Congress. She has around 95 published articles. She is currently working at Istanbul Technical University, Food Engineering Department.


 

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Franco Vicariotto

San PIO X Hospital, Italy

Franco Vicariotto currently a medical doctor (Ph.D.-medicine), is a specialist in obstetrics and gynecology and is now senior consultant of San PIO X Hospital of Milan. He has been deputy head of division of Ob/Gyn. of Niguarda Hospital of Milan for almost 20 years where he had conducted important researches in the field of infectious diseases in obstetrics and gynecology. He is one of the founders and Vice-president of the scientific society Esidog Italia (European Society for Infectious Diseases in Obstetrics and Gynaecology) and the member of the National board of S.I.C. (Italian society of Contraception). He is author of many publications and recognized moderator-spokesman in specialized conferences in Italy and abroad


 

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Antonello Santini

Department of Pharmacy University of Napoli "Federico II", Italy

Prof. Antonello Santini, Ph.D. in Chemical Sciences, University of Napoli, Italy, 1992; Research Associate, Department of Chemistry, 1993-1994; National Research Council Fellow, University of Napoli, 1994-1995; Appointed to Faculty, University of Napoli "Federico II", 1994-today: Department of Food Science and since 2012 Department of Pharmacy. Responsible, Virtual Laboratory of research and Education in Food (www.lva.unina.it), 1999-; He has published more than 110 papers in reputed international Journals. Editor in Chief, Food Science and Technology Letters, 2011- ; Editor in Chief of Journal of Food Research, 2012-; Member of the European Food Safety Authority EFSA, ERWG, Parma, Italy; Member of Managing Board, Italian Chemistry Society (SCI) Division of Teaching (DD-SCI), Rome, Italy. His teaching includes Food Chemistry, General and Inorganic Chemistry, Laboratory of Chemistry. His research activity focuses on Food Chemistry; Nutraceuticals; Food contaminants; Mycotoxins and secondary metabolites; Food analysis.


 

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Svetoslav Todorov

Sao Paulo University, Brazil

Svetoslav Todorov has completed his Ph.D at ENITIAA, Nantes, France and Sofia University, Sofia, Bulgaria and postdoctoral studies from Stellenbosch University, South Africa and visiting professor at Sao Paulo University, Brazil. He has published more than 110 papers in reputed journals and serving as a member of the editorial board. He is reviewer for more than 80 international journals. He has also delivered various keynotes and plenary lectures both nationally and internationally.


 

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Svetla Danova

The Stephan Angeloff Institute of Microbiology, Bulgaria

Dr. Svetla DANOVA is a molecular biologist, with a strong background in microbiology and genetic research on medically and industrially important groups of microorganisms. She has graduated and completed her MSc and PhD thesis from Biological Faculty, Sofia University "St. Kl. Ohridski", Sofia, Bulgaria. In 2000 completed a post-doctoral study in ENITIAA and INRA-Nantes, France. Presently she is Assoc. Professor in the Department of General Microbiology, The Stephan Angeloff Institute of Microbiology. Since 2008 year Dr. S. Danova is a Head of laboratory "Genetics of lactic acid bacteria & probiotics". Coordinator of 3 national and 2 International projects and Participant in 7 National Project, 3 International Programs and 9 International projects. Author of more than 70 papers on taxonomy, physiology and biological activity of lactic acid bacteria and probiotics, student book "Probiotics" and 3 chapters of book. Supervisor of 4 PhD students and 15 MSc students. Technical external expert – Executive Agency Bulgarian Accreditation service for Accreditation laboratories - Microbiological control of food, feeds, cosmetics, water (EN ISO/IEC 17025; EN ISO/IEC 17020).


 

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Pradeep K Dudeja

University of Illinois, USA

Pradeep K Dudeja is a Professor of Physiology in the Department of Medicine at University of Illinois at Chicago and a Senior Research career Scientist at the Jesse Brown VA Medical Center. His group focuses on pathophysiology of diarrheal diseases as it pertains to infectious & IBD associated diarrhea and to develop better therapeutic interventions. His recent studies have focused on defining the mechanisms underlying potential antidiarrheal effects of probiotics. He has published about ~200 original articles and has been supported by multiple grants from NIH and the Department of Veterans affairs.


 

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Iryna Sorokulova

Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, USA

Iryna Sorokulova is the Professor of Microbiology, Department of Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology, College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, Auburn, AL, USA. She received her MS degree in Microbiology from Taras Shevchenko Kiev State University (Ukraine) and Ph.D. and D.Sc. degrees in Microbiology from the Institute of Microbiology and Virology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. She has received a solid background in formulation and regulation of biological products during the training courses in Bureau of Biologics (Ottawa, Canada) and Massachusetts Biologic Laboratories (Boston, USA). Sorokulova is the author of 74 refereed scientific publications, 4 books, and 23 patents.


 

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Gurhan Ciftcioglu

Istanbul University, Turkey


 

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Giuseppe Mele

Paidoss, Italy

Giuseppe Mele is a family pediatrician since 1982 who has devoted his life to improve the quality of life of children promoting vaccines campaigns, healthy eating habits, physical activity, and fighting hard against smoking. Giuseppe Mele is President of Paidòss, National Observatory on Children and Adolescents, Member of the Advisory Committee of AIFA (Italian Medicines Agency) for the pediatric area and founder and President of SIMPe – Italian Society of Pediatricians. The Observatory PAIDÒSS is born from a group of experts in children with the aim of helping to place the health issues of children and adolescents at the center of social and political choices of the Country. It aims to improve lifestyles and health conditions of the population of pediatric patients (0-14 years) over the entire Italian territory, choosing as modus-operandi to involve all the players in the healthcare system. He has collaborated, and he still collaborates, with the Italian Ministry of Health and he has published more than 20 scientific papers.


 

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Angelo Raganato

Paidoss, Italy


 

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Afaf El-Ansary

King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

Afaf El-Ansary was graduated from biochemistry department, Ain Shams University, Egypt in 1974. Since 2001, she is working as a Professor, Biochemistry Department, Science College, King Saud University, KSA. She is member in number of national and international societies and she is recorded as reviewer in many international journals. In recent year she focused on the screening of biochemical markers related to autism, induction of autistic features in rodent model and the role of microbiota- gut-brain axis as an etiological mechanism related to this disorder. She got 95 published papers in high impact factor Journals related to this research interest.


 

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Ece Gokmen

Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

Ece Gokmen has done her graduation from Food Engineering Department in 2014 and started Master of Science (M.Sc.) for the same department. She had summer internship experiences in TUBITAK – Marmara Research Center in 2011 and Mondelez International in 2012. She is interested to study on microbiological properties of food products during Master of Science, especially on mycotoxins. She also possess good communication skills. She is interested in applying theoretical information to practical cases.


 

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Véronique Demers Mathieu

Laval University, Canada

After a B. Sc. In Food Science with a major in Chemistry (2009) and a M. Sc. in Biochemistry (2011) at Laval University (QC, Canada), Dr. Demers-Mathieu did a Ph.D. in Food Microbiology (2015) at Laval University under the supervision of Dr. Daniel St-Gelais in his laboratory at Food Research and Development (Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada). Her doctoral thesis work has focused on the impact of viability & technological properties, anti-inflammatory & anti-obesity effect of new probiotic strains in dairy products. She is actually looking for a postdoctoral position in Microbiology and/or Medicine Molecular from September 2015.


 

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Hasan Ibrahim Kozan

Selcuk University, Turkey

Hasan Ibrahim Kozan has completed his master in food engineering at the age of 25 years from Selcuk University and started PhD in the same field at Selcuk University. His doctoral thesis is based on the survival of probiotics and effect of prebiotics on them. He was the editor of the 3rd Traditional Foods Symposium Book and Symposium Secretary of that even. He has published 20 papers in various journals. He has been working as Research Assistant at the Selcuk University since 2010. He has been Director of Seljuk Academic Research and Thought Centre since 2012 and Corporate Director of Konya Chamber of Food Engineers for 2 years.


 

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Arbind Kumar Choudhary

University of Madras, India


 

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Gizem Levent

USDA- Agricultural Research Service, USA


 

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