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Tuesday, January 6, 2009

ISBOR bi-annual breath malodor conference in Dortmund April 26-30

http://www.isbor.net/

Note : The secretary said the public can attend this, but it is quite costly to enter the conference hall. See their website for details (and perhaps email to confirm)

The International Society for Breath Odor Research (ISBOR) is holding their 8th bi-annual conference in Dortmund on April 26-30. This year it will be a joint conference with the International Association for Breath Research (IABR).

ISBOR focuses on oral malodor, whereas IABR focuses on all aspects of 'breath analysis'.

It is of great interest to both bloodborne body odor and halitosis, as well as 'local' halitosis, because they focus their research on 'breathometers' that detect the compounds in breath. Perhaps someday there will be body odor (& halitosis) conferences too (with the emphasis on metabolic body odors)

The International Society of Breath Odor Research was created in Leuven Belgium in 1995 at the occasion of the second International Workshop on Oral Malodor. Indeed, inspired by the first workshop organized in Israel in 1993 by Mel Rosenberg, a second conference was organized by Daniel van Steenberghe and Mel Rosenberg. It gathered 140 scientists and clinicians from 16 countries representing everything from ENT to dentistry and from gastroenterology to periodontology. Since 1995, seven ISBOR conferences have taken place throughout the world including Herzliya 1993, Leuven 1995, Vancouver 1997, Los Angeles 1999, Tokyo 2001, London 2004, and Chicago 2007. The eighth ISBOR international conference will be in Dortmund, Germany in April 2009.

The aim of ISBOR, as defined in the constitution, seeks to "promote research and dissemination of research findings in all aspects related to breath odor." Until two decades ago, the knowledge of this very relevant social and health issue was limited, and its teaching anecdotal, ISBOR has been able to raise the awareness of and interest in the implications of breath odor for general health care. ISBOR represents a unique multidisciplinary gathering of people convinced that cross-fertilization is beneficial for the advancement of science and patient care.
http://www.isbor.net/about.html

http://www.isbor.net/
http://www.iop.org/EJ/journal/JBR
http://www.smellwell.com/aboutMel.aspx
http://www.iabr.li/

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