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Role of Biotechnologies in Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through Health Promotion

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Insights from MAGISNAT Roundtable at the WHO Headquarters during the 76th World Health Assembly

In the grand setting of the World Health Organization (WHO) Headquarters in Geneva, a distinguished panel of experts recently convened for a momentous roundtable discussion. These esteemed guests contributed invaluable insights during a parallel event attend of the 76th World Health Assembly focusing on the “Role of Biotechnologies in Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through Health Promotion”. Guided by the valuable moderation of Dr. Ludovico Seppilli, the roundtable featured prominent individuals who shared their expertise and perspectives on the critical interplay between biotechnologies and health promotion.

Dr. Gabriella Sozanski, a Founding Board member of the Alliance for Health Promotion (A4HP) and WHO Focal Point in Geneva, set the stage by emphasizing the crucial role of biotechnologies in advancing the SDGs and promoting global health. She highlighted the transformative power of biotechnological advancements in addressing pressing global challenges.

Prof. Hussein Elsangak, Vice-President of A4HP and a distinguished scholar from Life University in the USA, took center stage to impart his wisdom on the profound “Philosophy of Life”. Prof. Elsangak expounded upon the philosophical foundations of chiropractic advancements, exploring their far-reaching implications for human existence and well-being.

Ms. Audrey Wong, the Public Health Chairperson of the International Pharmaceutical Students Federation (IPSF), offered a fresh perspective on the topic. Her presentation titled “The Youth Perspectives on Biotechnologies’ Role in Achieving SDG No. 4” shed light on the active role that younger generations can play in attaining sustainable development through the transformative power of biotechnologies.

Dr. Faten Benabdelaziz, the Head of the Well-being Unit at the WHO Department for Health Promotion, graced the roundtable with her expertise. Dr. Benabdelaziz emphasized the need to harness biotechnological innovations in creating environments that foster well-being, enabling individuals and communities to thrive.

The roundtable continued with a series of profound insights from esteemed speakers, each offering a unique perspective on the intricate relationship between biotechnologies and health promotion:

Prof. Robert S Marks from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, delved into the topic of “A Career in One Health Sustainability: How Biotechnology Contributes to the World’s Pressing Needs.” He shed light on the significant contributions biotechnology and bioengineering makes in addressing global challenges and promoting holistic well-being.

Prof. Liborio Stuppia from the Center for Advanced Studies and Technology (CAST), ‘G. d’Annunzio’ University of Chieti-Pescara, Italy, eloquently discussed the intricate relationship between “Genes and Diet in the Prevention of Chronic Diseases in Future Generations.” His insights showcased the potential of biotechnological advancements in shaping the health outcomes of future generations.

Dr. Matteo Bertelli, the President of MAGISNAT, brought attention to the “Important Role of Mediterranean Diet Polyphenols in Preventing Non-Communicable Diseases.” His presentation shed light on the beneficial impact of biotechnologies in promoting healthier lifestyles and preventing chronic illnesses.

Prof. Munis Dundar, the President of the European Biotechnology Thematic Network Association Society (EBTNA), provided a global perspective on “Biotechnological Uses in Protective Health

Services Worldwide.” Prof. Dundar emphasized the transformative power of biotechnologies in enhancing health services and improving the well-being of populations across the globe.

Prof. Tommaso Beccari from the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Perugia, Italy, addressed the pressing issue of “Eating Disorders Affecting Younger Generations.” His insights shed light on the potential of biotechnologies in understanding and addressing this growing concern.

Prof. Sandro Michelini from the Vascular Diagnostics and Rehabilitation Service, Marino Hospital, Italy, focused on the intricate “Genetic and Epigenetic Causal Factors in Lipedema.” Prof. Michelini’s discourse showcased the role of biotechnologies in unraveling the underlying factors contributing to lipedema and advancing treatment options.

Prof. Antonio Amoroso from the Department of Medical Sciences, University of Turin, Italy, provided a compelling discussion on “Genomic Approaches for the Diagnosis and Prevention of Genetic Diseases.” His presentation highlighted the transformative potential of biotechnologies in advancing genetic medicine and improving diagnostic and preventive strategies.

Dr. Carlo Zuccato, an AERSAFE Researcher, concluded the roundtable with his presentation on “The Importance of Air Purification in Epidemics Prevention.” Dr. Zuccato shed light on the critical role of biotechnologies in maintaining air quality and preventing the spread of epidemics.

The roundtable at the WHO Headquarters in Geneva served as an intellectual gathering of brilliant minds, each contributing to the advancement of knowledge and the pursuit of health promotion through the lens of biotechnologies. With their diverse perspectives and expertise, these experts provided valuable insights into the interplay between biotechnologies and the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Through collaboration and innovation, biotechnologies hold immense potential in shaping a healthier and more sustainable future for all.

In conclusion, our primary focus is to create a position paper that emphasizes the importance of the Mediterranean Diet in preventing Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs). We specifically examine the role of individual genetic predispositions, lifestyles, and the pressing issue of climate change. This endeavor is closely aligned with the World Health Organization’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which sets forth a comprehensive vision for global well-being. By shedding light on the crucial role of the Mediterranean Diet as a preventive measure against NCDs, our aim is to promote a deep comprehension of its potential impact on overall health worldwide. Through this exploration, we strive to raise awareness and understanding of the Mediterranean Diet’s significance in improving global health and well-being.

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Contact Person: Matteo Bertelli MD, PhD
Email: info@magisnat.com
Atlanta Tech Park 107 Technology Parkway Suite 801, Peachtree Corners GA 30092
Website: https://www.magisnat.com/

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Atlanta Tech Park-Based Start-Up MAGISNAT Researches the Mediterranean Diet and Eating Disorders

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Italian company MAGI’S Lab held a launch event for its innovative American start-up MAGISNAT,at Atlanta Tech Park on June 23, 2022.

This partnership will provide crucial support for MAGISNAT to reach its goals, such as sponsorship opportunities, research and development and exploring the importance of the Mediterranean diet for health.

Atlanta Tech Park was chosen for its track record of successfully developing research projects and laying the foundation for them to grow and thrive in the U.S. market.

This prominent location in the Southeast will enable MAGISNAT to accelerate scientifically and corporately.

The event was broadcast live on the official YouTube channel of the Italian House of Deputies and the Large Café in Atlanta Tech Park. MAGISNAT’s presentation was also hosted in the Press Room of the Italian Chamber of Deputies in Rome.

It was the first time that such an important institutional body decided to host an event of scientific importance on the Mediterranean diet and natural molecules.

For more information, download the event’s brochure here.

This event was attended by leading American and Italian professors and researchers, who specialize in the study of certain pathologies and natural molecules.

The American researchers who participated in the conference, include:

  • Professor Stephen T. Connelly, University of California, who is known for his studies on natural molecules and Alzheimer’s disease;
  • Professor Jonh Paul SanGiovanni, BIO5 Institute and School of Nutritional Sciences and Wellness at the University of Arizona, who is studying nutrient constituents of the Mediterranean diet that are essential in dealing with conditions relating to retinal degeneration;
  • Professor Peng Jin, Emory University of Atlanta, who focuses on the importance of natural molecules in the treatment of certain diseases; and
  • Professor Karen L. Herbst, Department of Medicine at the University of Arizona, who is devoting herself to the study of lipoedema, and how the Mediterranean diet is among the possible treatments for this condition.

The Italian researchers who participated in the event, include:

  • Professor Benedetto Falsini, Institute of Ophthalmology at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Rome, who is working on nutrition in hereditary retinal degeneration;
  • Professor Amerigo Iaconelli, Department of Internal Medicine at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Rome, who is an expert on the Mediterranean diet and its importance for people’s well-being;
  • Professor Sandro Michelini, San Giovanni Battista Hospital, Rome, whose research discovered the first lipedema gene;
  • , University Polyclinic Foundation “A. Gemelli,”Medical Genetics, Rome, who is working on the study of fragile X syndrome.

Each professor expertly shared their research on the usage of natural molecules for preventive purposes regarding diseases of genetic origin and eating disorders such as anorexia, obesity, lymphedema and lipoedema.

There are still many more things that MAGISNAT has set out to do, but this event was the first step toward important collaborations between American and Italian research. For example, the partnership with Emory University in Atlanta, whose main goals are patient wellbeing, the betterment of society and the development of scientific research.


For further information:
Company Name: MAGISNAT
Contact Person: Matteo Bertelli MD, PhD
Email: info@magisnat.com
Address: Atlanta Tech Park
107 Technology Parkway Suite 801, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092
Website: https://www.magisnat.com/

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MAGISNAT Successfully Wraps Up Inaugural Edition of “Ambassadors” Project

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MAGISNAT, a pioneer in the wellness and nutrition sector, has finished the first edition of its groundbreaking initiative, the “Ambassadors” project.

The project, aimed at promoting a holistic approach to a healthy lifestyle, introduced four ambassadors, each contributing their expertise on the aspects of well-being.*

The debut of “Ambassadors” featured a lineup of influencers, including Victoria, the dedicated Diet and Nutrition Ambassador and Bruce, the charismatic Lifestyle Ambassador. Kimberly, the insightful Science and Nutrition Ambassador and Gianni, the dynamic Physical Activity Ambassador joined as well.

Each ambassador has already made a significant impact with their premiere episodes and presentations, which explore the journey toward enhanced well-being.*

What sets this initiative apart is its approach to creating a healthy lifestyle. It is grounded in the Mediterranean diet and tailored nutritional supplementation.

MAGISNAT also leverages OMICS testing to uncover individual-specific deficiencies. This testing allows for a personalized approach to diet, supplementation, physical activity and overall lifestyle.*

“As a journalist who’s had the privilege to explore MAGISNAT’s Ambassadors project, I am truly amazed by the innovative strides this company has taken towards revolutionizing the concept of well-being,” stated George, who recently discovered this side of the wellness industry.

As the project grows, the four ambassadors are committed to regularly sharing their insights and tips for embracing a healthy lifestyle through MAGISNAT’s social media channels. By following MAGISNAT on these platforms, audiences can ensure they don’t miss a single episode of this project.

For more information and to stay updated, follow MAGISNAT on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube. You can also find the MAGISNAT online store on Amazon.

Watch the first episodes and presentations of the Ambassadors here:

Victoria: Watch Here

Bruce: Watch Here

Kimberly: Watch Here

Gianni: Watch Here


For more information:
Company Name: MAGISNAT
Contact Person: Matteo Bertelli MD, PhD
Email: info@magisnat.com
Address: Atlanta Tech Park
107 Technology Parkway Suite 801, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092
Website: https://www.magisnat.com/


*This article does not intend to provide medical advice, and the purpose of the summary of scientific bibliography is cultural insight. The article does not suggest that olive tree polyphenols, OMIC tests or dietary supplements have therapeutic or preventive properties for any disease or condition. It is not intended as advice to use the olive tree or its derivatives in any modality or for any purpose. Only a physician and/or nutritionist can provide advice in the areas of nutrition, prevention and health.

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Eraldo and Maria Margherita, Donors of Non-Profit Biomedical Research Center, Honored

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July 8, 2023, marked a celebration for the couple Eraldo and Maria Margherita, who respectively reached the ages of 80 and 78. This special event was organized to pay tribute to the founders of the Biomedical Research Center in San Felice del Benaco. They inherited and invested in the property with the aim of transforming it into a non-profit Foundation for Research.

In the past, biomedical research in Italy was primarily entrusted to public institutions. However, in recent decades, non-profit organizations have played an increasingly important role in biomedical research, particularly regarding genetic and rare diseases.

Non-profit laboratories provide job opportunities for recent graduates who often struggle to find employment. Additionally, they can represent an opportunity for Italian researchers who wish to return to their country after a period abroad.

In this context, the MAGI group stands out. After more than 17 years since its foundation, the organization continues to grow steadily in terms of revenue, research activities and number of employees. The Research Center in San Felice del Benaco, founded by Eraldo and Maria Margherita, who host the MAGI group at this location, was the focal point of this celebration where researchers paid tribute to them.

During the event, distinguished musicians were present, including the Piano Maestro Corrado Ruzza, soprano Martina Bortolotti and baritone Davide Piva. They delighted the guests with their marvelous performances.

San Felice del Benaco and the entire Lake Garda region have always been places of great inspiration for art and music. Numerous renowned artists and historical figures have praised the beauty of this region, as evidenced by important citations.

From this research center in San Felice del Benaco, the heart of Italian culture, cuisine and the Mediterranean diet, the spin-off MAGISNAT was born, with headquarters in Peachtree Corners, Georgia in the U.S. The spin-off aims to bring not only research but also culture and the Mediterranean diet to the United States, as well as harnessing the benefits of omics sciences to personalize dietary integration. Additionally, it seeks to promote opera and classical music.

The celebration of the 80th birthday of Eraldo and Maria Margherita represented a special moment to honor their contributions to the Research Center in San Felice del Benaco. This event also highlighted the crucial role of non-profit organizations in biomedical research in Italy and emphasized the beauty and inspiration that Lake Garda has evoked over the centuries.

The establishment of the MAGISNAT spin-off in the United States represents an important step forward in promoting Italian culture and scientific research in the fields of nutrition and cuisine beyond national borders. Its Italian headquarters can serve as a resource, providing residential courses for individuals from the U.S. who wish to delve into topics such as nutrition and genomics, the Mediterranean diet and Italian opera and concert music.

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