11th Pangborn Sensory Science Syposium, 23-27 August 2015, Gothenburg, Sweden

Speaker

Dana Small, Department of Psychiatry Yale University, USA

Dr. SmallDr. Small is a Professor in Psychiatry at Yale University and the Deputy Director of the John B Pierce Laboratory. She completed her graduate work in Neuroscience and Clinical Psychology at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. Her research focuses on understanding the psychology and neurophysiology of taste, flavor and feeding in humans.  Current projects aim to understand the mechanisms behind flavor preference formation, the role of cognition in chemosensory perception, and the impact of a diet high in fat and sugar on brain circuitry.  She is the recipient of the Ajinomoto Award for Research in Gustation, the Moskowitz Jacobs Award for Research Excellence in the, the Firmenich Flavor and Fragrance Science Award and the Ruth Pike Award for contributions to human nutrition. She is a member of the National Academy of Sciences Board on Behavioral, Cognitive, and Sensory Sciences and currently serves on the executive committees for the Association for Chemoreception Sciences and the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior.  She is also executive editor of Appetite. Her laboratory is funded by the and the National Cancer Institute.

Topic : Non-nutritive sweetener use influences sensitivity and concentration preference for sweet taste

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Food Quality and Preference

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