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First NOSE scientific symposium, 15 Nov, Utrecht
November 15, 2017
We are excited to announce our first NOSE symposium! With a range of high-level speakers from various scientific disciplines, Including Peter de Jong (Groningen), Andrea Evers (Leiden), Rob Holland (Nijmegen), Wilbert Boek (Ede), as well as members from our own NOSE community.
The theme of the meeting broadly revolves around the basic functions of human olfaction (approach/avoidance) in terms of eating behavior and health, (social) communication, and warning and safety.
With this first scientific meeting, we would like to open dialogue and exchange perspectives with scientists who are interested in human olfaction in the Netherlands.
Date and location: Wednesday 15 Nov, Boothzaal, Utrecht University, Utrecht.
For more information, have a look at the program. If you’d like to attend this meeting, please email email@example.com
1st NOSE scientific meeting – 15 November 2017; Boothzaal Utrecht
Assistant professor Sensory Science and Eating Behavior, Division of Human Nutrition, Wageningen University
|Eating with the nose|
|13.30-14.00||Peter de Jong
Professor of Experimental Psychopathology, University of Groningen
|Olfaction and sexual behavior/disgust|
|14.00-14.15||Garmt Dijksterhuis (and Per Møller)
Senior Scientist Consumer Science, Food & Biobased Research institute, Wageningen University and Research
|Olfactory transmission: what’s needed and what’s (im)possible?|
Professor of Health Psychology / Chair department Health, Medical and Neuropsychology, Leiden University
|The potential of odors for placebo research|
Professor of Language, Communication, and Cultural Cognition, Radboud University Nijmegen
|Olfaction across cultures|
Associate Professor Behavioural Science Institute, Radboud University Nijmegen; Professor of Social Psychological Determinants of Food Choice, University of Amsterdam
|Olfaction and emotional state|
Curator and embedded researcher olfactory heritage Vrije Universiteit, Rijksmuseum, IFF
|Inhaling history of art – reconstructing and presenting olfactory heritage in the museum|
ENT doctor, Hospital Gelderse Vallei
|Olfactory dysfunction in the ENT clinic|
Professor of Sensory Systems in Social Context, Utrecht University
|The third function of olfaction: social signaling|
|17.00||drinks and informal discussion|