5th International Conference

Functional Foods for Chronic Diseases

(Obesity and Other Related Chronic Diseases)

October 16–18, 2008, Southern University, Baton Rouge,

Louisiana, USA

 

 DEAR COLLEAGUES:

We are very pleased to announce the 5th International Conference “Functional Foods for Chronic Diseases.” The conference will bring together experts in medicine, biology, and the food industry to discuss the contribution of functional foods in the prevention and treatment of Chronic Diseases. The conference will cover the advances of phytotherapy and food therapy of obesity and other related chronic diseases (cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and others), with a special focus on the creation of functional and medicinal foods with new properties.

Main Conference Topics:

1. The role of nutrition in obesity occurrence.

2.  The creation of functional and medicinal products for the prevention and treatment of obesity and other obesity related diseases (cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and more).

For preliminary list of topics, click here.


PAPER REGISTRATION AND SUBMISSION:

The deadline for contributions is October 16, 2008, to submit manuscripts to the organizers. Early submissions are encouraged. The deadline for abstracts is September 1, 2008. Decisions on selection will be communicated to the authors by e-mail. All contributions will be reviewed, but a limited number will be selected for the proceedings. For any information concerning publications, please contact us at ffc_usa@sbcglobal.net.

COPIES FOR CONTRIBUTORS:

We will furnish one copy of the collective work without charge to the lead author of the article (Editor: Danik M. Martirosyan, Ph.D)

GUIDANCE FOR AUTHORS:

The best way to send in your contributions is by email, as an attached file. Our preferred word-processing format is Microsoft Word, version 6. Manuscripts must be single-spaced, in 12-point font (including the references and legends of tables and figures) on sheets of uniform size (preferably ISO A4) with wide margins. A title of up to 10 words (in uppercase), and the first and last name of the author, department, and organization address should also appear. If there is more than one establishment involved in the work, authors' names should be linked to the appropriate establishment by the use numbers and the symbols *, †, ‡, §, and ¶ in that order. A summary giving a bulleted outline of content should appear for the introduction.

If there are any abbreviations in your article, they should be placed in brackets after the full title on the first occasion they are used.

The main body of the paper should be divided into: (a) introduction; (b) experimental, including materials and methods; (c) results, with appropriate quantification and statistical treatment of data; (d) tables and figures; (e) discussion (f) acknowledgements, including details of financial support; (g) numbered references. It is often an advantage to combine (c), (d) and (e) to gain conciseness and clarity. The discussion section should not recapitulate the results; only discuss their implications. The number of references should not normally exceed 50, and 20–30 references are frequently adequate.

REFERENCES:

References in the paper must be numbered in the order in which they appear in the text. The list of references at the end of the paper should give all the authors' names and initials unless there are more than 6 authors, in which case 'et al' is used for subsequent names. This is followed by the title, abbreviated according to the "List of Journals Indexed" in Index Medicus, the year of publication, the volume number, and the first and last page numbers. References to books should give the names of any editors, place of publication, publisher and year, in place of the journal information.

HOTEL INFORMATION:

Rooms have been reserved with the Hilton Gardon Inn for the Octoberber 16-18 conference for a special rate of US $85+ tax, per night. This rate will be available until September 16th, 2008. To make a reservation, please call  (225)-357-6725 and be sure to mention the "Functional Foods for Chronic Diseases", to get the special rate.

HOTEL LOCATION:

 

For more information on the conference, contact Dr. Danik Martirosyan at ffc_usa@sbcglobal.net.  For international calls, please use 469-441-8272.  

Hilton Gardon Inn
3330 Harding Blvd
Baton Rouge, La 70807
Phone: 225-357-6725
Fax: 225-357-6175 Fax

 DEAR COLLEAGUES:

We are very pleased to announce the 5th International Conference “Functional Foods for Chronic Diseases.” The main goal of the Conference is to bring together experts in medicine, biology, and the food industry to discuss the contribution of functional foods in the prevention and treatment of Chronic Diseases. The scope of the Conference will  cover the advances of phytotherapy and food therapy of obesity and other related chronic diseases (cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and others), with a special focus on the creation of functional and medicinal foods with new properties.

Main Conference Topics:

1.        The role of nutrition in obesity occurrence.

2.       The creation of functional and medicinal products for the prevention and treatment of obesity and other obesity related diseases (cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and more).

For preliminary list of topics click here.


REGISTRATION AND SUBMITTING OF PAPERS:

The deadline for contributions is October 16, 2008 to submit manuscripts to the organizers. Early submissions are encouraged. The deadline for abstracts is September 1, 2008. Decisions on selection will be promptly communicated to the authors by E-mail. All contributions will be reviewed but a limited number will be selected for the proceedings. For any information concerning publications please contact us at ffc_usa@sbcglobal.net

COPIES FOR CONTRIBUTORS:

We will furnish one copy of the collective work without charge to the lead author of the article (Editor: Danik M. Martirosyan, Ph.D)

GUIDANCE FOR AUTHORS:

The best way to send in your contributions is by email as an attached file. Our preferred word-processing format is Microsoft Word, version 6. Manuscripts must be single-spaced, in 12 point typeface (including the references and legends of tables and figures) on sheets of uniform size (preferably ISO A4) with wide margins. A title of up to ten words (in uppercase), and the first and last name of the author, department, and organization address should also appear. If there is more than one establishment involved in the work, authors' names should be linked to the appropriate establishment by the use numbers and the symbols *, †, ‡, §, and ¶ in that order. A summary giving a bulleted outline of content should appear for the introduction.

If there are any abbreviations in your article, they should be placed in brackets after the full title on the first occasion they are used.

The main body of the paper should be divided into: (a) introduction; (b) experimental, including materials and methods; (c) results, with appropriate quantification and statistical treatment of data; (d) tables and figures; (e) discussion (f) acknowledgements, including details of financial support; (g) numbered references. It is often an advantage to combine (c), (d) and (e) to gain conciseness and clarity. The discussion section should not recapitulate the results, but only discuss their implications. The number of references should not normally exceed 50, and 20–30 references are frequently adequate

REFERENCES:

References in the paper must be numbered in the order in which they appear in the text. The list of references at the end of the paper should give all the author's names and initials unless there are more than six authors, in which case 'et al' is used for subsequent names. This is followed by the title, abbreviated according to the "List of Journals Indexed" in Index Medicus, the year of publication, the volume number, and the first and last page numbers. References to books should give the names of any editors, place of publication, publisher and year, in place of the journal information.

HOTEL INFORMATION:

Rooms have been reserved with the Hilton Gardon Inn for the  Octoberber 16-18 conference for a special rate of US $85+ tax, per night.  This rate will be available until September 16th, 2008.  To make a reservation, please call  (225)-357-6725 and be sure to mention the " Functional Foods for Chronic Diseases "   to get the special rate.

HOTEL LOCATION:

 

For more information on the conference, contact Dr. Danik Martirosyan at ffc_usa@sbcglobal.net.  For international calls, please use 469-441-8272.  

Hilton Gardon Inn
3330 Harding Blvd
Baton Rouge, La 70807
Phone: 225-357-6725
Fax: 225-357-6175 Fax