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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Improving Health Properties of Food by Sharing our Knowledge on the Digestive Process

STSM 2021

INFOGEST steering committee has decided to offer the possibility to Infogest scientists to go to an INFOGEST partner institution or laboratory in another INFOGEST Country to foster collaboration, to learn a new technique or to take measurements using instruments and/or methods not available in their own institution/laboratory. They are particularly intended for young scientists The Applicant should normally be engaged in a programme of research as a postgraduate student or postdoctoral fellow or be employed in an INFOGEST partner institution.

In 2021, 8 STSM will be supported:

Grantees

Home Institute

Host Institute

Topic

Forecast Period/Duration

Report

Supported by

INFANTES Marcos

KU Leuven, Belgium

Granada University, Spain

Evaluation of changes of mixed interfaces during in vitro gastric digestion

April 2021, 1 month

INRA

SOBRAL Madalena

Faculty of Pharmacy
University of Porto, Portugal

IATA-CSIC, Spain

Impact of mycotoxins on intestinal function and microbiota profiles after colonic fermentation of a contaminated meal

May 2021, 1 month

CSIC

CORBIN Kendall

University of Kentucky, USA

CIAL-CSIC, Spain

Study on optimization of semi-dynamic conditions for different food matrices

July 2021, 3 weeks

CSIC

PENG Wu

Soochow University, China

INRAE STLO, France

In vitro digestion experiments using the Xiao Dong Pro-health human simulator and the DiDGi system. Multi-scale characterization of the digested products

July 2021, 2 weeks

INRAE

SOROKINA Liudmila

Nofima, Norway

Agroscope, Switzerland

Understanding the details of digested peptides by combining SEC with LC-MS/MS

Aug-Oct 2021, 3 months

INRAE

SEPULVEDA GONZALEZ Ailynne

INTA, University of Chile, Chile

Teagasc, Ireland

Study on an in-vitro model of the gut barrier with stone fruits polyphenols from Chilean samples

Sept-Nov 2021, 3 months

INRAE

DESIREE RODRIGUEZ Marianela

Faculty of Chemical Sciences
National University of Cordoba, Argentina

ICTAN-CSIC, Spain

Study on bioaccessibility and bioactivity of health promoting compounds from grape and beans after the in vitro digestion

Sept-Dec 2021, 3 months

CSIC

GOZDE Gulseren

Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

Agroscope, Switzerland

Study on effect of extrusion cooking on digestibility and functionality of several proteins

Oct-Nov 2021, 2 months

INRAE