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Welcome! Please find the current preliminary program for AChemS 2022 listed below. Note that any aspect of this program is subject to change.

April 20 (8:00AM - 4:45 PM): ISN Symposium
April 20-23: AChemS Annual Meeting Program


  Wed - Apr 20      Thu - Apr 21      Fri - Apr 22      Sat - Apr 23      Fri - Apr 29   

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20

8:30 - 12:00 PM
ISN SYMPOSIUM
INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF NEUROGASTRONOMY SYMPOSIUM AM SESSION
Calusa FGH


8:30

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION.
Tim McClintock. University of Kentucky


8:45

KEY FOOD ODORANTS AND THEIR RECEPTORS – PERFECT MATCHES FOR OUR COMPLEX SENSE OF OLFACTION
Dietmar Krautwurst. Liebnitz Institute for Food Systems Biology


9:15

MOM, AM I FULL YET?
Nisha Pradhan. University of Colorado


9:45

COFFEE BREAK.


10:15

BUGS, EPIALLELES AND ANCIENT VINES: A MULTIFOCAL VIEW ON WINE QUALITY
Carlos Rodriguez Lopez. University of Kentucky


10:45

A CHEF’S PERSPECTIVE
Fred Morin, Chef.


11:15

PANEL DISCUSSION.

12:00 - 4:00 PM
ANCILLARY MEETING
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING (INVITE ONLY)
Great Egret

12:00 - 1:15 PM
LUNCH ON OWN
LUNCH ON OWN
Lunch On Own

1:15 - 4:45 PM
ISN SYMPOSIUM
INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF NEUROGASTRONOMY SYMPOSIUM PM SESSION
Calusa FGH


1:30

DELICIOUS: HOW AN EVOLUTIONARY PERSPECTIVE CHANGES OUR PERSPECTIVE ON FLAVOR”
Rob Dunn. North Carolina State University


2:00

THE POWER OF HUNGER
Amber Alhadeff. University of Pennsylvania and Monell Chemical Senses Center


2:30

COFFEE BREAK.


3:00

THE FLAVOR, NUTRITION & SOUND OF WHEAT
Merri Metcalf. Washington State University


3:30

PROGRESS IN THE WAR AGAINST THE TASTELESS TOMATO
Harry J. Klee. University of Florida


4:00

PANEL DISCUSSION.


4:45

CLOSING REMARKS
Dan Han. University of Kentucky

4:00 - 4:30 PM
WORKSHOP
PYRFUME CODE-FEST ORIENTATION
Driftwood

Pyrfume is a project which uses computation methods to predict how a molecule smells based on its structure. If you are a programmer or coder-curious, come and get starter code, and orientation to the datasets, and meet our team of teachers. Baby coders are welcome!
Get an orientation, sample code, and access to eight new datasets that can be used to predict how a molecule smells from its structure, and code with us (R, Python, all languages welcome).


4:30 - 5:00 PM
EVENT
DIVERSITY FELLOWSHIP MEET N’ GREET (INVITE ONLY)
Calusa Terrace

5:00 - 6:00 PM
LECTURE
ACHEMS WELCOME/AWARDS CEREMONY
Calusa ABCD

6:00 - 7:00 PM
LECTURE
KEYNOTE LECTURE
Calusa ABCD


6:00

FROM FIXATION TO EXPLORATION: AN INTEGRATIVE VIEW OF OCULOMOTOR FUNCTION
Susana Martinez-Conde. SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University

7:00 - 9:00 PM
EVENT
WELCOME BANQUET
Waterfall Pool Deck