Institutes of Health, presented new insights into the influence of calorie restriction on health and longevity.
4. Satchidananda Panda,PhD, professor, Regulatory Biology Laboratory at the Salk Institute, groundbreaking research on time-restricted feeding for the prevention and treatment of metabolic disease.
5. James Mitchell, PhD, associate professor of genetics and complex diseases at the Harvard TH Chan School of
Public Health, work on the role of dietary restriction as an approach to improving resilience and resistance to stress, including postsurgical recovery.
6. Valter Longo, PhD, cochair of the conference and keynote speaker, on the role of fasting-mimicking diets (FMD) on longevity and disease.
7. Krista Varady, PhD, associate professor of nutrition at the University of Illinois, on various dietary approaches and the clinical benefits of fasting physiology, including alternate-day fasting and time-restricted feeding of differing durations.
8. Alessio Nencioni, MD, of the University of Genoa, and Claudio Vernieri, MD, PhD, of the Instituto Nazionale dei Tumori in Milan— work on intermittent fasting and the fasting-mimicking diet in animal models and in human patients undergoing chemotherapy.
9. Hanno Pijl, MD, professor of diabetology at Leiden University, described the results of a randomized pilot study that examined the feasibility of short-term fasting influencing the tolerance to chemotherapy in HER2-negative breast cancer patients.
10. Andreas Michalsen, MD, PhD, head physician in the Department of Naturopathy at Immanuel Hospital of Berlin, 20-year work on the effects of fasting on inflammatory conditions.