inVIVO 2020 - 9th Annual Conference - Postponed due to Covid
17 - 20 June 2020
Addressing strategies to overcome global ‘dysbiotic drift’ – life in distress - on every level, bringing together diverse perspectives from across many dimensions of the arts and the sciences, as we explore novel solutions and new normative values.
ANH founder, executive and scientific Director Rob Verkerk PhD joins an international line-up of speakers in Amsterdam. His talk "Co-creating multi-system human and planetary resilience with nature" will focus on using ecology, campaigns and activism for transformation
The overarching theme of the meeting will be “Rewilding Spaceship Earth: from Microbes to Mammoths, Music and More”, to underscores the imperative for creative ecological solutions for the global challenges we face in all systems and all scales with advancing global urbanization – for personal, environmental, economic and societal health alike. The agenda continues to address strategies to overcome global ‘dysbiotic drift’ – life in distress - on every level, bringing together diverse perspectives from across many dimensions of the arts and the sciences, as speakers explore novel solutions and new normative values.
Sessions will cover diverse perspectives pertaining to this, as reflected in the broad ranging abstract categories :
Lifestyle health and Personal Ecology: including nutrition, activity, sleep, mindfulness, and other behaviors (and/or interventions) that influence personal ecology and wellness
The Health of Societies and Systems: including the wider social, cultural and economic determinants of health, epidemiology, anthropology, and public health.
The Health of Environments on all scales: including natural and built environments, any and all dimensions of the ‘total exposome’ and interventions to improve these, including approaches to ‘rewilding’.
Microbial Systems: Including microbiome ecosystems in humans, animals, diverse environmental systems, impact of human activity, antibiotics, and possible restorative interventions.
Developmental Origins: including work that specifically focus on developmental approaches, early interventions, life course trajectories and transgenerational perspectives
Value Systems and Ideologies: including pathways, programs, philosophies, enablers, perspectives, mindsets and/or actions that promote personal, community, and/or planetary health
Tools and Platforms: including technology platforms, novel tools, statistics or models to facilitate research and/or health initiatives in any sector.
Rob Verkerk PhD is an internationally acclaimed, multi-disciplinary scientist with a 35-year background in environmental, sustainability, agricultural, nutritional and health sciences. He is also the founder, executive and scientific director of the Alliance for Natural Health Intl, a non-profit he founded 17 years ago.
17 - 19 March 2021
Twickenham Stadium, 200 Whitton Road, Twickenham, UK TW2 7BA
Building on the success of New Food’s Food Fraud events, now in its fourth year Food Integrity 2020 will explore some of the toughest questions the industry is facing. Leaders from the food and beverage sector will debate the challenges facing the sector and share their lessons and solutions.