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3rd BioCeuticals Research Symposium



Event Location

Date: 17th April 2015 - 19th April 2015
Location: Hilton Sydney Hotel, 488 George Street, Sydney, Australia NSW 2000 Hilton Sydney Hotel, 488 George Street SYDNEY NSW Australia 2000


Event Details

The 3rd BioCeuticals Research Symposium, themed Interrelated Drivers of Health and Disease, is redefining education for the 21st century, with a pioneering three-day intensive masterclass.

This Symposium program will take the development of a healthcare professional to the next level.

Some Interconnected Drivers of Health and Disease themes discussed are:
    •    Downstream mediators of maladaptive responses
    •    Functional medicine overview
    •    The functional medicine matrix
    •    The concept of infinite insults and the three finite responses
    •    Oxidative stress and immune dysfunction
    •    Membrane physiology and their relationships to disease

For a full list of topics and information covered, please click on the Learning Objectives tab above.

Please click here to view the program.

Important Dates

Standard Registration Opens                      Saturday, 21 March 2015

BioCeuticals Integrative Medicine Awards    Saturday, 18 April 2015

3rd BioCeuticals Research Symposium 17-19 April 2015

Mr Michael Ash 
• The gut as an environmental sensor
• Relevance of the loss of mucosal tolerance
• Role of sterile inflammation and dysfunctional mitochondria
• Mucins as a tool for health management
• The immunological role of the mucosal barrier
• Why favouring regulatory dendritic cells maintains tolerance
• Microbial metabolic fitness
• Immunometabolic link to chronic/acute illness via mucosal immune tissues and the microbiome 
• The adverse impact of loss of eubiosis on molecular and immune tolerance pathways and the natural means of recovery.
• Leveraging current understandings of diet effects on transcription factors, mito hormesis, bacteria and genes to achieve systemic and local health improvements

Dr Mark Houston
• The finite responses of blood vessels to an infinite number of insults
• Downstream mediators of inflammation and immune dysfunction
• Blood vessel membrane physiology and its response to injury
• Metabolic endotoxaemia, the microbiome and its link with cardiovascular disease (CVD)
• The role of infectious diseases in CVD and plaque formation with obstructive coronary heart disease (CHD)
• The real causes of dyslipidaemia
• The vital immune functions of LDL and HDL
• Removing the insults to resolve dyslipidaemia
• The 38 new mechanisms for dyslipidaemic induced vascular disease that can be treated
• The roles of inflammation, oxidative stress and immune dysfunction in vascular disease

Dr Joseph Pizzorno
• Toxicity and detoxification overview
• Toxin load assessment
• Toxins of choice
• The wheat/zonulin connection
• Bowel toxicity and detoxification diets
• Toxic metals
• Persistent organic pollutants
• Non-end product metabolites
• Water fasting
• Oral chelation therapy
• Homocysteine
• Gut derived endotoxins

Dr David Haase
• Overview of Brain Function
Structure: Organism to Organ, to Tissue, to Cell, to Organelle back to Organism
• The important and unique features of the blood-brain barrier
• Addressing the underlying mechanisms of the neurodegenerative processes by examining Head Injury
Soup: Membranes, Oxidation, Inflammation, Immune Dysfunction, Energy Production
• How toxins impact the cellular membranes
• The integration of the nervous system in immunological and endocrine function
• Optimizing nutraceuticals for energy production in the nervous system
• Optimizing neurotransmitter function and production
• Cleansing the nervous system
Spark: Integrated electrical signaling networks – assessment and treatment
• Optimizing cognition and neuroprotection
• Optimizing signaling
• Brain waves and neuroenergetics
• Neurobiofeedback techniques
Style of Living
• The differences between Parkinson’s disease, senile dementia and Alzheimer’s disease; is there anything we can do about these conditions?
• Optimizing sleep
• Altering sleep architecture
• Impact of exercise on brain function and growth of connections

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Venue Information

Accommodation

Hilton Sydney hotel
488 George Street, Sydney, Australia NSW 2000
Tel: 61-2-9266-2000
Fax:  61-2-9265-6065

Please follow the link to access the best available rate. This is subject to availability and we encourage you to book early to avoid disappointment.

http://www.hiltonsydney.com.au/

Public Transport In Sydney

By Train

Exit the train at Town Hall Station and the Hilton Sydney hotel is located adjacent to the Victoria Galleries, entry via Pitt Street or George Street, Travelling time is around 25 minutes and costs approximately $15 per person each way.

By Taxi
From Sydney Airport, taxis are available to take you directly to the Hilton Sydney hotel. The journey normally takes around 30 minutes and costs approximately $45-$50.


Hilton Sydney hotel
488 George Street, Sydney, Australia NSW 2000
Tel: 61-2-9266-2000
Fax:  61-2-9265-6065

The Hilton Sydney hotel is located right in the heart of the Sydney CBD on George Street, close to shopping, entertainment and corporate offices. Just 30 minutes from Sydney International and Domestic airports and only 50m from Town Hall Station, Hilton Sydney is ideally located for business or leisure.

Driving Accessibility & Parking
Due to one way road systems on George Street, please note that car access to Sydney Hilton is via Pitt Street only. Please program 255 Pitt Street if using a car navigational device.There is a secure underground car park located at Hilton Sydney. This carpark is owned and managed by Secure Parking. Self parking fee is $51.20 for 24 hours from time of entry. Hilton Valet Parking is available ($68 for 24 hours) or enter the carpark directly and Secure will park the car for you at casual parking rates.

BioCeuticals Integrative Medicine Awards

The Inaugural BioCeuticals Integrative Medicine Awards (BIMA) will recognise achievements and showcase innovation within the complementary and integrative medicine industry. The BIMAs will be held in conjunction with the 3rd BioCeuticals Research Symposium. The ceremony will take place on Saturday 18 April 2015 at The Hilton Sydney.
Nominations will be reviewed by an external panel of leaders from the field of complementary and integrative medicine. Nominations will close Friday 13 March 2015.

Date: Saturday, 18 April 2014
Time: 1900 - 2300
Location:  Hilton Sydney Hotel
Tickets: $95 per full delegate, $150 for additional guest/day only registration

AWARDS
Excellence in Practice - Nutrition/Dietetics
Excellence in Practice- Herbal Medicine
Excellence in Practice - Naturopathy
Excellence in Practice - Chiropractic/Osteopathy
Excellence in Practice - Integrative Pharmacy
Excellence in Practice - Integrative Medical
Practitioner ?Student of the Year
Lecturer /Researcher of the Year

MEDIA AWARDS
The BioCeuticals Integrative Medicine Awards will acknowledge excellence in the area of complementary health and research reporting with a particular emphasis on health prevention. These awards recognise journalists who have contributed current and factual work within the past 12 months.
Best News Report - Print
Best News Report - Online
Best News Report - Broadcast

Please click here to download the prospectus which includes award criteria.

Please click here to access the nomination form.



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