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Think-Tank Group

Think-tank group was initiated in the 1st meeting of POSITIVe COST Action in Belgrade (March 2015) with the aim to promote an extensive exchange of knowledge and know-how between the Early Career Investigators involved within the action, and to propose new ideas and concepts for advancing the Action.

Activities

1. Project

A subgroup of the Think-Tank group is currently developing the project about ‘How to Report Interindividual Variability in Publications’ whose purpose is to establish a quality index to evaluate the interindividual variability reporting in scientific papers. The main goal of this project is to evaluate dietary intervention studies dealing with plant food bioactives in reference to the quality of the inter-individual variability data reported, not only in terms of cardiometabolic endpoints (WG2) but also in terms of bioavailability (WG1).

This goal will be obtained through two main interrelated tasks: 

  • the establishment of a quality index to express inter-individual variability in response to plant food bioactives;
  • to propose suggestions/recommendations for how to report data concerning inter-individual variability.

In addition, this project carried out by Think-tank group (‘How to Report Interindividual Variability in Publications’) will be of great interest for the community assessing the responses to plant bioactive consumption to better understand the role of plant bioactive in human health.

2. Meetings

3rd Face-To-Face Meeting

Olstzyn (Poland), February 2017

2nd Face-To-Face Meeting

Bucharest (Romania), March 2016

TTG Bucharest 2016

1st Face-To-Face Meeting

Belgrade (Serbia), March 2015

TTG organises an online meeting once a month (last Thursday, from 12:00 to 13:00). This meeting is composed by a "Get to Know session" that gives the opportunity to ECIs involved within the Action to present their research, and by a part of discussion about the ongoing project lead by the group.

To participate to this meeting, please contact the ECIs representative to receive an invitiation to join the webinar.

Members

Aleksandra Konic-Ristic

University of Belgrade

Serbia

Anna Marco Ramell

University of Barcelona

Spain

Antonia Kaltsatou

University of Thessaly

Greece

Antonio González-Sarrias

CEBAS-CSIC

Spain

Carl Brunius

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Sweden

Charles Desmarchelier

Aix-Marseille Université

France

Desislava Abadjieva

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Institute of Biology and Immunology of Reproduction.

Bulgaria

Egeria Scoditti

Institute of Clinical Physiology IFC

Italy

Geoffrey Istas

University of Düsseldorf

Germany

Jarlei Fiamoncini

INRA

France

Julie Dumont

Institut Pasteur de Lille

France

Laurent-Emmanuel Monfoulet

INRA

France

Lieselotte Cloetens

Lund University

Sweden

Mar Garcia-Aloy

University of Barcelona

Spain

Margherita Dall'Asta

University of Parma

Italy

Marika Massaro

Institute of Clinical Physiology IFC

Italy

Mihail Chervenkov

 

 

Mireia Urpi-Sarda

University of Barcelona

Spain

Nevena Kardum

University of Belgrade

Serbia

Pedro Mena

University of Parma

Italy

Rocio Garcia-Villalba

CEBAS-CSIC

Spain

Rodrigo Feliciano

University of Düsseldorf

Germany

Sofia Moco

Nestle Institute of Health Sciences

Switzerland

ECIs Representatives 

 

2017-2018

ROccio

Rocío GARCÍA-VILLALBA (CEBAS-CSIC, Spain)

Pedro

Pedro MENA (University of Parma, Italy)

2016

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Mar Garcia-Aloy (University of Barcelona - Spain)

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                         Antonio Gonzalez Sarrias (CEBAS-CSIC - Spain)

2015

Mireia

Mireia Urpi (University of Barcelona - Spain)

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Laurent-Emmanuel Monfoulet (INRA - France)