It is our privilege and pleasure to invite you and your colleagues to attend
The International Summer School
FOOD SAFETY AND HEALTHY LIVING
– session 1 –
which will be held in Bucharest, Romania, during September 3 – 6, 2023.
The summer school will bring together Romanian and foreign universities and leading representatives from international and national scientific research, as well as scientific and professional organizations. The priority of this summer school is the education of undergraduate and postgraduate students (master and PhD) using pedagogical strategies for teaching/learning/evaluation in the field of food safety in order to have a healthy living.
The organization of this event has as aims familiarization of medical undergraduate/ master’s/ PhD students with:
- current themes in the field of nutrition, food safety, healthy living
- new techniques for the analysis of compounds from various biological matrices
- modern (tele)diagnosis applications, (tele)monitoring in the life sciences
- classical and new teaching/learning/assessment strategies in this area
Didactical materials and teaching methodologies will be usefully also for educational staff or learners, increasing the cooperation between institutions/organizations. We will also try to identify ways in which, together with the partner institutions, programs for the preparation of bachelor’s theses and doctoral theses can be realized.
The Aims and Objectives
The priority of this summer school is the education of undergraduate and postgraduate students (master and PhD) using pedagogical strategies for teaching/learning/evaluation in the field of food safety in order to have a healthy living.
Other focuses of the summer school will be:
- to promote (tele)monitoring using classic and modern methods as demand for lifelong learning initiatives for the fields of life sciences, teaching undergraduate/master/PhD students from partner institutions
- to organise a Summer School in 2023 in Romania (and in other partner universities in the following years), involving students and teachers from partner institutions
- to identify ways to have joint theses and PhD coordination between the partner institutions
- to have contribution to the dissemination of the products and activities, using all the ways involving also other interested academic or non-academic media
Didactical materials and teaching methodologies will be usefully also for educational staff or learners, increasing the cooperation between institutions/organizations.
- Basics of sensory processing: the chemical senses
- Chemical and biological characterization of bioactivities from natural sources
- Biosensors – an opportunity for the future
- Rapid detection of mycotoxins – from research to applications
- Resilience and burnout. A systemic approach since the academic training period
- Heavy metals and human health
- Forest fruits and their applicability in dermatology
- New trends on uric acid electroanalysis
- Nutritional benefits in patients with chronic conditions
- Ketogenic diet – positive and negative aspect of this dietetic approach
- Anticancer mechanisms of natural compounds
- Rare diseases, diagnosis and monitoring, a continuous challenge
- Comparative study of vitamin D status in children during the pandemic and after the pandemic period
- Gonadotropins in pediatric population – characteristics and particularities
- L-Citrulline – new wonder supplement for cardio-vascular health?
- Nutritional assessment in advanced liver disease
- Nutritional tools for infertility management
- Valorization approaches of bioactive compounds recovered from by-products of olive oil
- Increasing consumer and business awareness on health effects and environmental impact of
- Valorization of food processing by-products
- Lateral flow assay and food safety
- Determination of antioxidant properties by spectrometric and electrochemical methods. Correlations among results
- Nutrition and food safety during pregnancy
- Contribution of high-pressure assisted technologies toward achieving food safety objectives
- Prevention of foodborne illnesses through targeted interventions aiming to change consumer practices during cooking and storing food
- Significant role of fish nutrients with special emphasis to essential fatty acid in human nutrition
- Functional properties of Propolis collected from different areas in Macedonia
- Vitamin D in the context of COVID-19 on pediatric patients
- Aspects regarding the superior valorization of marine biomass in human nutrition