Join us for this webinar on September 16, 2020 at 3:00 PM CEST. You can register here.

Ville Koistinen is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Eastern Finland and University of Turku. His research has focused on whole grains and their bioactive components, and how food processing affects them. The title of his talk will be “Impact of sourdough fermentation and malting on whole grain phytochemicals”.

Kati Hanhinev is professor in food development with special focus on the Nordic foods and health effects at the Food Chemistry and Food Development Unit at the Department of Biochemistry, University of Turku. Her main research focus is within the biochemistry of foods, especially phytochemical compounds and their interplay with gut microbiota and human metabolism. Her talk will be about “How microbiota is affected by whole grain rich diets with metabolic consequences”.

Rikard Landberg, is professor of Food and Health and Head of Division of Food and Nutrition Science at the Chalmers Universtiy of Technology. His group is studying the impact of food and food components on health and disease risk in observational and intervention studies as well as in various model systems. At this webinar Rikard Landberg will present “Metabolomics to guide personalized cereal food consumption – emerging results human studies”.

This HGF webinar is a free webinar for everybody to get some insights on the work of HGF Members – plan on attending and register! After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar