Biolab Medical Unit and The Great Plains Laboratory are pleased to extend an invitation to our conference “Manufacturing a Healthy Environment from Conception through Childhood: Nutritional, Environmental, and Genetic Factors” in London, UK. from 14 October to 15 October at the Holiday Inn London Regent’s Park.
Bringing a child into today’s world is a difficult challenge. Toxic chemicals can diminish fertility for couples who want to conceive as well as increase the rate of mutations in the parents and in the conceived child. The developing fetus is subject to damage due to drugs, nutritional deficiencies, electronic radiation, and exposure to toxic chemicals. After birth, the child may continue to be exposed to toxic chemicals in the air, the food, and the water. Even breast milk commonly contains toxic chemicals. The focus of this conference is to provide physicians, nutritionists, and other clinicians a roadmap to be able to navigate through the current challenging environment.
Our international group of speakers is composed of physicians, scientific researchers, nutritionists, and therapists.
Our conference is a great opportunity to network with physicians, therapists, and nutritionists working in the community in London and beyond.
General Practitioners and Assistants
Nurses and Nurse Practitioners
Nutritionists and Registered Dietitians
Allied Mental Health Professionals
The integrative approach includes metabolic testing, nutritional therapies, dietary interventions, and traditional medical treatments. Practical applications and effective protocols will be presented and can be easily applied in a clinical setting. The concepts and practical guidelines presented at this conference can dramatically improve the quality of life of your patients.
Clinician Registry Eligibility
Two Days of Educational Sessions
Printed Programme Guide and Speaker Handouts
Practical Guidance on Diet and Supplement Use
Complimentary Lunch, Snack and Beverage Breaks
Holiday Inn London - Regent’s Park
Carburton St, London W1W 5EE
The conference will take place at the Holiday Inn London-Regent’s Park in a leafy and cosmopolitan area of central London, a 10-minute walk from bustling Oxford Street. Leave your car in our NCP managed underground car park, and explore London by Tube. Great Portland Street Tube station is 25 metres from the hotel, from where you can reach the City and Canary Wharf in 30 minutes, and London Heathrow Airport in 45 minutes. Stroll 5 minutes to Regent’s Park, where you’ll find London Zoo and pretty Primrose Hill. We’re a 10-minute walk from Bond Street boutiques and 20 minutes from Buckingham Palace and cruises on the River Thames.
Noisy, vibrant and truly multicultural, London is a megalopolis of people, ideas and energy, and a city packed with museums, history, and culture. The capital and largest city of both the United Kingdom and of England, it is also the largest city in Western Europe and the European Union. Situated on the River Thames in South-East England, Greater London has an social population of nearly 8 million people although the figure of over 14 million for the city’s total metropolitan area more accurately reflects London’s size and importance. London is one of the great “world cities,” and remains a global capital of culture, fashion, finance, politics and trade.
8:30 - 9:00am
8:30 - 9:00am
William Shaw received his Ph.D. in biochemistry and human physiology from the Medical University of South Carolina and is board certified in clinical chemistry and toxicology. Dr. Shaw has supervised large endocrinology, nutritional biochemistry, toxicology, and immunology departments in positions at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Smith Kline Laboratories in Atlanta, Georgia. As the Director of The Great Plains Laboratory, Inc. in Lenexa, Kansas, he specialises in providing diagnostic tools aiding in the diagnosis and treatment of mental health disorders, mitochondrial disorders, neurological diseases, chronic health issues, and immune diseases.
Nicholas Miller has worked in the field of Clinical Chemistry for 30 years, initially as an endocrine biochemist, subsequently developing an interest in nutritional medicine. He was formerly Senior Lecturer in Biochemistry in Guy’s Hospital Medical School. His publications in medical literature (including those for The Royal Society of Chemistry, Journal of Diabetes Complications, Free Radical Research and Free Radical Biology and Medicine) concern the role of free radicals and antioxidants in the diet and in disease. He is now Laboratory Director of Biolab Medical Unit in London.
Dr. Anju Usman is director of True Health Medical Center in Naperville, Illinois and owner of Pure Compounding Pharmacy. She has been using evidence based integrative medical interventions to help children diagnosed with ADD, Autism, Allergies, Gastrointestinal issues and related disorders for over 15 years. She has conducted research involving copper/zinc imbalances, metallothionein dysfunction, biofilm related infections, vitamin D in pregnancy, and hyperbaric oxygen therapy. She serves on the executive board for the Autism Society of Illinois as well as the scientific advisory board for Generation Rescue and TACA. She is on the faculty for MAPs (Medical Academy for Pediatric Special Needs).
Dr Marylin Glenville PhD is the UK’s leading nutritionist specialising in women’s health. She is the former President of the Food and Health Forum at the Royal Society of Medicine, a registered nutritionist, psychologist, author and popular broadcaster who obtained her doctorate from Cambridge University. Dr Glenville is a popular international speaker. As a respected author on women’s healthcare she gives regular talks on radio and frequently appears on television and in the press.
Dr Jenny Goodman MA MB ChB qualified at Leeds University Medical School, and has been fully registered with the GMC since 1983. She practises Nutritional and Environmental Medicine because she believes in addressing the underlying causes of disease, and preventing ill-health wherever possible. In her practice she looks at nutritional deficiencies, gut dysfunction, environmental toxins and other modern hazards that are making people ill. She works with children and adults, and deals frequently with fertility issues, doing pre-conception care to help people have healthy babies.
Rachel Nicoll came to nutritional and environmental medicine after suffering mercury poisoning which had chronic health consequences. She is an ION graduate, completed the MSc in Nutritional Medicine at Surrey University and is currently working for a PhD. At the same time she is attempting to bring the cause of environmental medicine more into public and academic consciousness and is working to set up a Masters’ degree in Environmental Medicine, which would be the first in the world. Rachel is on the committee of the British Society for Ecological Medicine and organised their March 2014 conference on Electromagnetic Radiation and Health.
The Naturopathic Nutrition Association (NNA) has awarded the conference 13 CPD points.
BANT (the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy) have awarded 13 CPD hours for the conference.