The Poster Contribution Award was discerned to Dr. Benjamin Dilberger

The Poster Contribution Award was discerned to Dr. Benjamin Dilberger from Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany, during Malta Polyphenols 2019, which was held in Malta, for his poster presentation entitled "Polyphenols and Metabolites enhance survival in Rodents and Nematodes - Impact of mitochondria". 

The study presented the phenolic metabolites including protocatechuic acid as potential to enhance health and lifespan and mitochondrial function, and thus may contribute to healthy aging.

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Testimonial by Dr. Dilberger:
"I would like to express my thank and appreciation for my poster concerning the influence of polyphenolic metabolites on mitochondrial function in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans. A special thank goes, of course to the organizing committee surrounding Andreas Schieber and Marvin Edeas for the great congress and experience, as well as my supervisor Gunter P. Eckert for giving me the opportunity to present my work. Personally, the congress was a great experience. The scientific venue was very interesting and insightful and it was a great opportunity to meet colleagues and extend relationships within the scientific community.
With great anticipation I look forward to the next Polyphenols Congress".

For media information:
International Society of Antioxidants in Nutrition and Health (ISANH)
Contact: www.polyphenols-site.com 

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