Exploring how chemosensory signals drive and inhibit food intake

Published on
July 5, 2022

On the 29th of June dr. Marlou Lasschuijt gave a key note lecture on sensory signals that drive and inhibit food intake on the opening day of the monitoring molecules in neuroscience conference in Lyon.

Marlou Lasschuijt was invited by dr. Anestis Dougkas who is a senior sensory researcher at institute of Paul Bocuse. She talked about studies showing how sensory perception of foods determines diet and how these same signals impact our metabolic responses such has hormone responses and brain(stem) responses.