Professor João Araújdo, Invited Assistant Professor at NOVA Medical School, Universidade Nova de Lisboa. He is mainly involved in teaching the Curricular Units (CU) of Food Chemistry and Food Microbiology, both of the Degree in Nutrition Sciences, and of Nutrition and Metabolism of the Integrated Master in Medicine. He is regent of the UC of Research Methodologies in Nutrition, of the Master in Human Nutrition and Metabolism. Researcher at CINTESIS (Center for Health Technology and Services Research). His main areas of research interest are basic research in metabolism, microbiota, microbiology and nutrition.
Degree in Nutrition Sciences from the Faculty of Nutrition and Food Sciences of the University of Porto. PhD in Metabolism from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto. Postdoctoral fellow in microbiota and host metabolism at the Pasteur Institute in Paris.”
At the Longevity Med Summit, will present his talk about ” Food & gut microbiota-derived metabolies: Key actors in metabolic aging and disease”