IfHI Regional Conference: September 15th 2013, Canterbury, Kent, UK
FINAL DEADLINE: FRIDAY 6TH SEPTEMBER
To mark the inception of the new Institute for Naturopathic Generative Medicine (INGM), and it’s newer partner organization the International College of Generative Medicine (ICGM), a series of in-depth Regional Conferences are planned on an international scale. Students will benefit from a high tutor-student ratio. The inaugural launch of the IfHI Regional Conference Programme will take place in Canterbury, Kent, UK, home town of naturopathic physicians Tom Greenfield and Jacqueline Greenfield, on September 15th. Those wishing to gain their IfHI Fellow certificate, or existing IfHI Fellows who wish to gain their IfHI Master certificate can do so on September 14th.
The keynote speaker is Dr. Peter D’Adamo, the well-respected naturopath, researcher, scientist, and the lead researcher on human polymorphisms for over 30 years. Dr. D'Adamo is the author of the international best-seller, Eat Right 4 Your Type as well as 18 other books on the subject. Dr. D'Adamo is currently the Distinguished Professor of Clinical Sciences at the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut, and he is the Director of the Center of Excellence in Generative Medicine. Dr. D'Adamo is the founder and Chair of Scientific Affairs for the INGM.
Please register using the form at the bottom of this page. The conference will cater for a select audience and places are limited.
The schedule is as follows:
On arrival, all delegates will be presented with a USB drive containing a PDF of the complete textbook "Fundamentals Of Generative Medicine Vol. 1: Concepts And Characterizations," worth £200. This offsets the entire cost of the conference.
Morning: Presentations by Tom and Jacqueline Greenfield ND, MIfHI, directors of the IfHI European Regional Office
Break: Lunch is provided at the venue, a blood-type friendly vegetarian meal and refreshments.
North American Pharmacal will host an informal reception with canapés and drinks after the event, where delegates will have the opportunity to mingle with the speakers.
The event has two options:
Please register using the form at the bottom of this page.
** Dr. D'Adamo will present on the following topic:
ABSTRACT: Post-genomic (epigenetic) influences on gene expression are well-recognized factors behind the flux and mutability that characterizes the development of inter-individual differences. However the critical role of the glycome (the complement of glycans of an organism) in the modulation of phenotypic plasticity is far less known. Glycosylation acts as an important 'finishing school,’ imbuing high-value information on to proteins and lipids that controls and regulates cell functions as diverse as morphogenesis, heat shock responses, apoptosis, hormesis, metastasis and phenotypic canalization. Because the glycome is downstream from the genome, its assessment is surprisingly phenotypic in nature. This is especially beneficial to the busy clinician as many interesting and helpful conclusions can be draw in real-time, via surprisingly simple and cost-effective methods.
For all enquiries and telephone payments please call +44 (0)1227 454 848
Dr. Peter D'Adamo ND
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