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Clinical Chemosensory Research: Needs, Future Directions, and Priorities - Agenda
April 9, 2014
Hyatt Coconut Point
Bonita Springs, FL
Goals and Agenda
NIDCD Clinical Research Program
I. Training Opportunities
NIDCD Training Opportunities for the Clinician Scientist
Training Program Challenges
Balancing a Dual Clinical/Research Career
Panel Discussion I
II. Clinical Research Opportunities
Smell and Taste Dysfunction: Clinical Priorities?
Gene Therapy: Potential to Treat Chemosensory Dysfunction
Olfactory Stem Cell Research and Animal Models of Disease Processes
Olfactory Function as a Biomarker for Neurodegenerative Diseases
Chemosensory Function Throughout Lifespan: Priorities for Studies of Pediatric, Aging, and Injured Populations?
Measurement Development: Reliability and Validity?
Taste and Feeding Behavior
The Roles of the Chemical Senses in Nutrition
Multisensory Processing and Flavor
Other Areas for Discussion?
Panel Discussion II