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1. Functional Foods Now: Current Science and Consumer Attitudes Functional Foods Now: Current Science and Consumer Attitudes November, 2000
2. Functional Foods, Scientific and Regulatory Aspects ILSI Argentina November, 2000
3. Garlic and Its Relationship to Cardiovascular Disease and Cancer American Dietetic Association annual meeting October, 2000
4. Nutrition and Health Effects of Isoflavones invited presentation at the Universidad De Chile August, 2000
5. A Food-Based Approach to Disease Risk Reduction: Benefits, Risks and Biomarkers invited presentation at the University of Toronto July, 2000
6. On the Cusp of Scientific Advances Toxicology Forum July, 2000
7. Structure/Function Claims for Foods: Clarifying the Science and Serving Consumer Needs. Presentation title: Garlic: Does the Science Justify a Claim? Food and Nutrition Board, Institute of Medicine, Food Forum April, 2000
8. Mechanisms by Which Allyl Sulfur Compounds in Garlic Can Inhibit the Cancer Process Beltsville Human Nutrition Research Center, United States Department of Agriculture March, 2000
9. Garlic: Its Antimicrobial, Antiviral, and Anticarcinogenic Properties Office of Public Health and Science, and Food Safety and Inspection Service January, 2000
10. Understanding Food Biotechnology and Functional Foods annual conference of the Society for Public Health Education November, 1999
11. Optimizing Health with Functional Foods Miami Dietetic Association meeting November, 1999
12. Mechanisms by which Garlic and Allyl Sulfur Compounds Suppress Cancer Risk Purdue University Interdepartmental Nutrition Program Seminar October, 1999
13. Optimizing Nutrition by using Functional Foods and their Components 9th Gatlinburg Symposium October, 1999
14. Emerging Science in Functional Ingredients Fall Scientific and Regulatory Policy Conference September, 1999
15. Linkages between Food, Nutrition and Health National Policy Association, Food and Agricultural Committee Meeting September, 1999
16. Mechanisms by Which Garlic and Allyl Sulfur Compounds Suppress Carcinogen Bioactivation 9th annual American Institute for Cancer Research Conference September, 1999
17. Health Claims and the Marketplace: The US Experience 13th annual CSIRO Human Nutrition Food Industry Conference August, 1999
18. Can Functional Foods and Related Components Influence Cancer Risk and Other Health Concerns in Women Pennington Biomedical Research Center mini-symposium August, 1999
19. Functional Foods Western New York Dietetic Association Meeting March, 1999
20. What Is a Nutrient: Defining the Food-Drug Continuum CERES Forum March, 1999
21. Functional Foods and Health Iowa State University Functional Foods Communication Forum March, 1999
22. Allyl Sulfides, Isothiocyanates, and Indoles Short Course on Functional Foods March, 1999
23. Biological Basis by Which Garlic and Other Functional Foods Promote Health Pittsburgh Dietetic Association Meeting February, 1999
24. Functional Foods as Modifiers of Human Health 26th Annual Texas Human Nutrition Conference February, 1999
25. Historical Perspective on Garlic and Cancer, Recent Advances on the Nutritional Benefits Accompanying the Use of Garlic as a Supplement Conference November, 1998
26. Foods as Promoters of a Healthy Heart Penn State Geisinger Health Care System, Conference November, 1998
27. Antioxidants: Scientific Status, Consumer Attitudes The American Dietetic Association 81st Annual Meeting and Exhibition October, 1998
28. Research on Dietary Supplememts: An Academic Perspective Using Garlic as an Example International Workshop on "Evaluating Research Needs on the Use and Safety of Medicinal Herbs September, 1998
29. Are Consumers Ready for Functional Foods? Florida Dietetic Association Meeting July, 1998
30. The Health Benefits of Increased Consumption of Garlic and Other Functional Foods Third Annual Washington DC Garlic Festival June, 1998
31. Functional Foods and Health Promotion Nutritional and Health Benefits of Inulin and Oligofructose Conference May, 1998
32. Anticarcinogenic Properties of Garlic Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center May, 1998
33. Biomarkers for Evaluating Benefits of Functional Foods. Experimental Biology Minisymposium on "Functional Foods for Health Promotion: A Public Health Opportunity?" April, 1998
34. Functional Foods: Can Science Keep Pace with Consumer Interest? Public Voice's 21st Annual National Food Policy Conference March, 1998
35. Present Situation of Functional Foods in the U.S. International Life Sciences Institute Japan and Japan Health, at the International Seminar on Health and Nutrition February, 1998
36. Phytochemical Antioxidants Occurring within Functional Foods and Appropriate Science Necessary for Making Claims Seventh Ross Research Conference on Medical Issues: Physiologically-Active Food Components February, 1998
37. Phytochemical Antioxidants Occurring within Functional Foods and Appropriate Science Necessary for Making Claims Tufts Dialogue Conference December, 1997
38. Functional Foods for Health: Expanding Opportunities The Rhode Island Dietetic Association and International Food Information Council December, 1997
39. Research Opportunities at Penn State and Other Aspects of Health and Human Development Minority Access to Research Careers (MARC) Program at Delaware State University November, 1997
40. Functional Foods for Health: Expanding Opportunities International Food Information Council September, 1997
41. "Functional Foods for Health: Expanding Opportunities International Food Information Council September, 1997
42. Functional Foods as Modifiers of Health National Cattlemen's Beef Association September, 1997
43. Scientific Basis for Functional and Health Claims Scientific Basis for Functional and Health Claims July, 1997
44. Scientific Basis for Functional and Health Claims, 37th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Clinical Nutrition. Symposium July, 1997
45. Garlic Powder Supplementation Inhibits the Enhancement by Dietary Fatty Acids of 7,12-Dimethylbenz(a)anthracene (DMBA)-Induced Mammary DNA Adducts 16th International Congress of Nutrition July, 1997
46. Scientific Basis for Functional and Health Claims 37th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Clinical Nutrition July, 1997
47. The Future of Food Components for Health Promotion: A Public Health Opportunity? International Life Sciences Institute. June, 1997
48. Are There Natural Anti-Cancer Agents in Foods? The Pennsylvania State University College of Health and Human Development and the Penn State Downtown Center April, 1997
49. The RDAs of Tomorrow: Examining Human Nutrient Requirements Vitamin Nutrition Information Service (VNIS), Health Communicators' Conference April, 1997
50. Garlic and Associated Constituents Depress Chemical Carcinogenesis. 213th American Chemical Society Meeting April, 1997
51. Antioxidants as Protectors Against Cancer The National Managed Health Care Congress Bio/technology Conference on Capitalizing on the Benefits of Natural Antioxidants in Nutrition March, 1997
52. Functional Food Components and Health Aspects Pennsylvania State Food Science Department February, 1997
53. Mechanisms by which Allyl Sulfur Compounds in Garlic Serve as Anticarcinogenic and Antitumorigenic Food Components Oklahoma State University, co-sponsored by the Department of Animal Science and Sigma Xi October, 1996
54. Garlic and Cancer Unite de biochimie toxicologique et Cancerologique September, 1996
55. Anticarcinogenic Effects of Garlic and Associated Constituents on Chemically Induced Carcinogenesis 2nd International Congress on Phytomedicine September, 1996
56. Garlic Consumption Modifies Cancer Risk Kyolic Symposium in Amsterdam. September, 1996
57. Garlic: Its Anticarcinogenic and Antitumorigenic Properties First International Conference on "East-West Perspectives on Functional Foods, September, 1995
58. Non-Essential Nutrients as Modifiers of the Cancer Process Conference on "Nutrients as Medicine: Facts, Trends, & Reality September, 1995
59. Effect of Nutrition on the Physical and Cognitive Functions of the Elderly Effect of Nutrition on the Physical and Cognitive Functions of the Elderly August, 1995
60. Designer Foods for Cancer Prevention with Emphasis on Garlic Symposium at Wakunaga Pharmaceutical June, 1995
61. Garlic and Related Components as Modifiers of the Cancer Process University of Florida, Center for Nutritional Sciences February, 1995
62. Developing and Marketing Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals Global Business Research Conference December, 1994
63. Garlic: Its Anticarcinogenic and Antitumorigenic Properties Lederle Nutrition Advisory Board Conference October, 1994
64. Garlic - An Anticarcinogenic/Antitumorigenic Dietary Component Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, The Pennsylvania State University Chapter October, 1994
65. Nutrition Research at Penn State. College of Health and Human Development Research Expo August, 1994
66. Selenium and Sulfur Compounds in Garlic as Anticarcinogenic/Antitumorigenic Agents Agricultural and Food Division of the American Chemical Society Symposium on Hypernutritious Foods August, 1994
67. Penn State's Freedom Support Act Undergraduate Preacademic Orientation Program College of Liberal Arts, International Programs and the Department of Slavic and East European Languages August, 1994
68. Dietary Garlic and Cancer Risk American College for Advancement in Medicine's Spring Conference May, 1994
69. New Nutrition News for Confectioners National Confectioners and Educational Expo Convention May, 1994
70. Breast Cancer, Selenium, and Garlic Research. Pennsylvania Dietetic Association 61st Annual Meeting May, 1994
71. Research Update on Phytochemicals in Garlic, Soy, and Licorice. Designer Foods III Conference May, 1994
72. Does Diet Alter Cancer Risk Eberly College of Science April, 1994
73. Obtaining Grants for Undergraduate Research Dietetic Educators of Practitioners Area VI Meeting March, 1994
74. Garlic as a Modifier of Carcinogenesis Ross Laboratories December, 1993
75. Vitamin C and Cancer FDA-Initiated Public Conference on "Antioxidant Vitamins and Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease Conference November, 1993
76. Investigations of the Biological Affects of Ammonia: A Historial Perspective University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Symposium Honoring Willard J. Visek September, 1992
77. Nutritional Essentiality: A Changing Paradigm Twelfth Ross Research Conference on Medical Issues September, 1992
78. Micronutrients: Trace Elements FASEB Summer Research Conference June, 1992
79. Therapeutic Foods: Past, Present, and Future. 15th Annual Food Science Club Symposium April, 1992
80. Managing Dual Careers and A Family FASEB Workshop April, 1992
81. Impact of Nutrition on Cancer Risk C.B.S Third Decade Lecture Series February, 1992
82. Dietary Guidelines Pennsylvania Nutrition Council August, 1991
83. Vitamins and Minerals in the Prevention and Treatment of Cancer American Institute for Cancer Research, Washington October, 1990
84. Nutrition and Carcinogenesis 200th annual meeting of the Agricultural and Food Division of the American Chemical Society August, 1990
85. Selenium and Carcinogenesis Oregon State University May, 1989
86. Dietary Selenium as a Modifier of Carcinogenesis University of Iowa March, 1989
87. Hydrogenated Soybean Oil: Is It Really Healthier? What About Omega-3 Fatty Acids & Iron - Can Soybeans Make the Grade? Polyunsaturated/ Monounsaturated Ratios: How to Explain the Difference Between Oils. Bean Booster Training Session January, 1989
88. Diet and Cancer Changing Patterns of Food Consumption and Nutrition in the U.S.-Implications for Agriculture March, 1988
89. Selenium and Mammary Carcinogenesis. Interdisciplinary Toxicoloy Seminar March, 1988
90. Antioxidants and Cancer Eighth Annual Nutrition in Contemporary Medicine Symposium February, 1988
91. Dietary Modifiers of Cancer Susceptibility. American Cancer Society and the Missouri Dietetic Association April, 1987
92. Anticarcinogenic and Antitumorigenic Effects of Selenium. Northern Illinois University April, 1987
93. Mechanisms of Inhibition of Carcinogenesis by Selenium University of Wisconsin October, 1986
94. Arginine as an Indispensable Amino Acid and Selenium as an Antitumorigenic Agent University of Missouri March, 1986
95. Selective Effects of Selenium on 7,12-Dimethylbenz(a)anthracene Metabolism and DNA Binding Purdue University February, 1986
96. Selenium and Carcinogenesis Michigan State University February, 1986
97. Maternal-Environmental Factors. Distribution of Selenium in Human Milk. International Workshop on Human Lactation January, 1986
98. Diet and Cancer Nutrition Council of Pennsylvania September, 1985
99. Selenium and Carcinogenesis. Warsaw Agricultural University, Warsaw, Poland June, 1985
100. Influence of Form and Quantity of Selenium Supplemented on the Growth and Metabolism of Normal Mammary Cells International Workshop on Recent Results in the Composition and Function of Human Milk, Kiel, W. Germany May, 1985
101. Selenium and Cancer Role of Nutrients in Carcinogenesis January, 1985
102. Selenium in Human Milk Infant Formula Council Discussion November, 1984
103. The Antitumorigenic Properties of Selenium. Third International Symposium on Selenium in Biology and Medicine June, 1984
104. Selenium as an Antitumorigenic Agent FASEB Meeting. April, 1984
105. Selenium and Cancer Illinois American Dietetic Association Meeting April, 1984
106. Selenium as an Anticarcinogenic and Antitumorigenic Agent" ACS Meetings April, 1984
107. Metabolic Responses to Dietary Arginine Deprivation in Omnivores and Herbivores FASEB Meeting April, 1984
108. Amino Acid Requirements of the Dog and Cat. American Feed Manufacturers Meeting January, 1984
109. Phenylalanine Requirement of the Immature Dog 26th Annual Pet Food Institute Meeting September, 1983
110. Selenium and Cancer Chicago Nutrition Association, Annual Meeting May, 1983
111. Biological Activity of Selenium. American Oil Chemists' Society Short Course May, 1983
112. Breast Cancer Task Force Committee March, 1983
113. Selenium and Carcinogenesis Selenium in Health and Disease Conference February, 1983
114. Selenium as Antitumorigenic and Anticarcinogenic Agent. NCI December, 1982
115. Mineral Antagonists and Selenium Inhibition of Carcinogenesis and Tumorigenesis. Third International Conference on Inorganic and Nutritional Aspects of Cancer and Other Diseases November, 1982
116. Seminar - 1) Amino Acid Requirements of the Immature Dog. 2) Selenium as an Anticarcinogenic and Antitumorigenic Agent. University of California, Davis November, 1982
117. Branch Chain Amino Acid Requirements of the Immature Dog 25th Annual Pet Food Institute Meeting, Kansas City, Missouri September, 1982
118. Issues in Pediatric and Adolescent Nutrition - Trace Elements (Copper, Selenium and Zinc) University of Illinois, School of Basic Medical Sciences and Clinical Medicine, College of Medicine, Urbana, Illinois September, 1982
119. Selenium in the Etiology of Cancer. University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota November, 1981
120. Threonine, Histidine and Tryptophan Requirements. 24th Annual Pet Food Institute Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia September, 1981
121. Positive Aspects of Nutrition in the Etiology of Cancer Oregon Comprehensive Cancer Program. April, 1981
122. Amino Acids in Intravenous Feeding Amino Acids in Intravenous Feeding October, 1980
123. Lipid Oxidation, Vitamin E, Selenium and Carcinogenesis Workshop sponsored by NCI September, 1980
124. Selenium and the Inhibition of Transplantable Tumors Second International Symposium: Selenium in Biology and Medicine May, 1980
125. Arginine and Orotic Aciduria and (2) The Role of Selenium in the Etiology of Cancer University of California, Department of Nutrition, Davis, California April, 1980
126. Selenium and Cancer Harvard Medical School, Department of Physiology March, 1980
127. Arginine Requirements of Growing Puppies. Pet Food Industry Day, University of Illinois September, 1979
128. Biochemical Applications of HPLC American Oil Chemists' Society Short Course May, 1978
129. National Forum on Meeting the Challenge: Health, Safety, and Food for America October, 1977
130. Concepts of Protein Quality and Quantity in Foods. The Association of Vitamin Chemist October, 1977
131. Form and Distribution of Selenium in Human Milk NA September, 1977
132. Arginine, an indispensable amino acid. Purdue University, Nutrition Department September, 1977



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