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Appendix A: Workshop Agenda
Pages 113-118

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... o Examine nutrient requirements in certain chronic conditions or acute phases for which emerging data suggest a contribution of nutrition status to disease outcomes. Consider the scientific evi dence needed to establish such relationships and discuss prin ciples about the relationship between nutrition requirements and specific diseases.
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... Patsy Brannon, Cornell University 9:10 The Underlying Biological Processes of Special Nutritional Requirements Patrick Stover, Texas A&M AgriLife 9:30 Moderated Panel Discussion and Q&A 10:00 Break Session 2: Addressing Nutrient Needs Due to Loss of Function in Genetic Diseases  Moderator: Erin MacLeod, Children's National Health System 10:20 Understanding the Basis of Nutritional Needs in Phenylketonuria Denise Ney, University of Wisconsin–Madison Nutritional Inadequacies in Mitochondrial-Associated 10:40 Metabolic Disorders Marni Falk, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (via Zoom) Contribution of Nutrients in Complex Inborn Errors of 11:00 Metabolism: The Case of Methylmalonic Acidemia (MMA)
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... APPENDIX A 115 11:20 Lessons Learned: What We Know About Nutrition Management for Inborn Errors of Metabolism Sue Berry, University of Minnesota 11:40 Moderated Panel Discussion and Q&A 12:00–1:00 PM Lunch Session 3: Disease-Induced Loss of Function and Tissue Regeneration  Moderator: Alex Kemper, Nationwide Children's Hospital 1:00 Examples of Gastrointestinal Dysfunction and Malabsorption of Nutrients: Intestinal Failure  Chris Duggan, Boston Children's Hospital (via Zoom) 1:30 Examples of Gastrointestinal Dysfunction and Malabsorption of Nutrients: Cystic Fibrosis  Sarah Jane Schwarzenberg, University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital 1:50 Nutritional Requirements for Inflammatory Bowel Disease Dale Lee, Seattle Children's Hospital 2:10 Blood–Brain Barrier Dysfunction and Resulting Brain Nutrient Deficiencies Martha Field, Cornell University 2:30 Macro- and Micronutrient Homeostasis in the Setting of Chronic Kidney Disease Alp Ikizler, Vanderbilt University 2:50 Moderated Panel Discussion and Q&A 3:15 Break Session 4: Disease-Induced Deficiency and Conditionally Essential Nutrients in Disease Moderator: Bernadette Marriott, Medical University of South Carolina 3:30 Arginine as an Example of a Conditionally Essential Nutrient: Sickle Cell Anemia and Surgery  Claudia Morris, Emory University School of Medicine
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... Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine 4:30 Metabolic Turnover, Inflammation, and Redistribution: Impact on Nutrient Requirements Jesse Gregory, University of Florida 4:50 Moderated Panel Discussion and Q&A 5:15 Adjourn First Day WORKSHOP DAY 2: APRIL 3, 2018, 8:30 AM–1:00 PM 7:30–8:30 AM Registration Session 5: Building the Evidence Base: Research Approaches for Nutrients in Disease States Moderator: Alex Kemper, Nationwide Children's Hospital 8:30 Type and Strength of Evidence Needed for Determining Special Nutrient Requirements Amanda MacFarlane, Health Canada 8:50 Identification and Validation of Biomarkers in Disease States Patrick Stover, Texas A&M AgriLife Innovative Causal Designs for Efficacy: What Type of 9:10 Evidence Is Needed? Nicholas Schork, J
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... Stallings, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia 12:30 PM Sponsor Remarks Paul Coates, National Institutes of Health Patricia Hansen, U.S. Food and Drug Administration Caren Heller, Crohn's & Colitis Foundation Chantal Martineau, Health Canada Sarah Ohlhorst, American Society for Nutrition Alison Steiber, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 1:00 Meeting Adjourned

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