XXXIIND CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR FLUORIDE,
FLUOROSIS PREVENTION: FROM RESEARCH AT THE CELLULAR LEVEL TO MITIGATION
CHIANGMAI, THAILAND, NOVEMBER 25–28, 2014


Tuesday, November 25, 2014
09:00 – 18:00  Registration
16:00 – 16:30 Opening ceremony
Dr. Sutha Jienmaneechotchai
Deputy Director-General,
Department of Health, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand
16:30 – 16:45  Slide multi – vision: Fluorosis Prevention Program in Thailand
16:45 – 18:00        K1        Opening keynote address :
THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR FLUORIDE RESEARCH :
THE PAST 49 YEARS AND THE FUTURE
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 Dr. Bruce Spittle,
 New Zealand
                 18:00 – 20:00                   Reception function
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
 Platform session I : Biological effects of fluoride
08:45 – 09:05 B1 FLUORIDE INGESTION, THE PRIMARY CAUSE FOR HIGH PREVALENCE OF ANEMIA IN
 PREGNANT WOMEN AND LOW BIRTH WEIGHT BABIES: SIMPLE AND EASY TO PRACTICE
 INTERVENTIONS FOR IMPROVING MATERNAL AND INFANT HEALTH
 A.K. Susheela, India
09:05 – 09:20 B2  ASSESSMENT OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXCESS FLUORIDE INTAKE FROM
 DRINKING WATER AND DISEASE OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
 Dianjun Sun, China
09:20 – 09:35 B3  FLUORIDE NEUROTOXICITY: THE PASSAGE OF FLUORIDE FROM BLOOD TO BRAIN  Sandeep Tripathi, India
09:35 – 09:50 B4  THE RELATIONSHIP OF PARATHORMONE AND VITAMIN D RECEPTOR GENE POLYMORPHISM AND THE OCCURRENCE OF ENDEMIC FLUOROSIS FROM DRINKING BRICK TEA  Yanhui Gao, China
09:50 – 10:05 B5  REDUCED SPERM QUALITY IN PATIENTS WITH FLUOROSIS: A CASE-CONTROL CLINICAL STUDY IN RAJASTHAN, INDIA  Dushyant Singh Chauhan, India
10:05 – 10:20 B6  CARCINOGENICITY OF FLUORIDE ESTIMATED BY THE LEVEL OF PLASMA FLUORINE FOLLOWING THE INGESTION OF FLUORIDATED DENTIFRICE AND MOUTHRINSE SOLUTION | CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD FULLPAPER 1 | 2 | 3  Kenji Akiniwa, Japan
10:20 – 10:35 B7  FLUORIDE EFFECTS ON OXIDATIVE STRESS AND TRACE METALS IN CHILDREN WITH OBESITY  Anurag Tomar, India
                 10:35 – 10:50                   Coffee break
10:50 – 11:05 B8  ASSOCIATION BETWEEN HIGH CUMULATIVE FLUORIDE EXPOSURE AND PINEAL CALCIFICATION  Trai Tharnpanich,
Thailand
11:05 – 11:20 B9  FLUORIDE-ASSOCIATED BIOCHEMICAL AND BEHAVIORAL CHANGES IN ADULTS IN RAJASTHAN, INDIA  Vivek Pratap Singh,
India
11:20 – 11:35 B10  POTENTIATED OXIDATIVE BURDEN AND ALTERED RACE METAL LEVELS FROM EXCESSIVE FLUORIDE IN PATIENTS WITH CATARACT  Swati Tomar, India
11:35 – 11:50 B11  BLOOD AND URINE FLUORIDE AND IODINE, AND BLOOD THYROID FUNCTIONS TESTS IN 1ST TRIMESTER PREGNANT WOMEN IN PHAYAO PROVINCE, THAILAND  Sanhawat Chaiwong,
Thailand
11:50 – 12:05 B12  RENAL FUNCTION AND FLUORIDE LEVELS IN SERUM AND KIDNEYS OF UNILATERAL URETERAL OBSTRUCTION MODELS USING RATS ADMINISTERED FLUORIDE VIA DRINKING WATER  M Tsunoda, Japan
                 12:05 – 13:00                   Lunch break
13:00 – 13:15 B13  EVALUATION OF NaF-INDUCED GENOXICITITY AND OXIDATIVE STRESS AT TWO TROPHIC LEVELS: SWISS ALBINO MICE AND THE PLANTALLIUM CEPA  J Manivannan, India
13:15 – 13:30 B14  EXCESSIVE FLUORIDE ELEVATED SERUM CALCINEURIN (CaN) ACTIVITY VIA OXIDATIVE STRESS IN RATS  Junrui Pei, China
13:30 – 13:45 B15  EFFECTS OF SODIUM FLUORIDE TOXICITY ON BLOOD PARAMETERS AND CATALASE ACTIVITY OF THE INDIAN FRESH WATERLARVICIDAL FISH CHANNA STRAITUS  Rahul Singh, India
13:45 – 14:00 B16  EFFECTS OF SODIUM FLUORIDE ON UNFOLDED PROTEIN RESPONSE (UPR) SIGNALING PATHWAY IN RAT AMELOBLAST  Wei Wei, China
14:00 – 14:15 B17  INTERACTIVE EFFECT OF SALICYLIC ACID AND FLUORIDE ON LIPID PEROXIDATION AND ACTIVITIES OF ANTIOXIDATIVE ENZYMES IN AONLA (EMBLICA OFFICINALIS) SEEDLINGS  BR Gadi, India
14:15 – 14:30 B18  EFFECTS OF FLUORIDE ON THE ULTRASTRACTURE AND EXPRESSION OF TYPE I COLLAGEN IN RAT HARD TISSUE  Xiaoyan Yan, China
14:30 – 14:45 B19  CHANGED MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE RECEPTORS AND THE LEVEL OF OXIDATIVE STRESS IN THE BRAINS OF THE RATS WITH CHRONIC FLUOROSIS  ZZ Guan, China
                 14:45 – 15:00                   Coffee break
 Platform session II : Epidemiology of Flurorosis
15:00 – 15:15 E1  URINARY N–ACETYL–ß–D–GLUCOSAMINIDASE (NAG) AND RETINOL BINDING PROTEIN (RBP) AS PROSPECTIVE DIAGNOSTIC MARKERS FOR FLUORIDE-INDUCED NEPHROTOXICITY IN HUMANS  Javed Ahsan Quadri,
India
15:15 – 15:30 E2  BIOMARKERS OF BONE FORMATION AND RESORPTION IN SKELETAL FLUOROSIS  Chatpat Kongpun,
Thailand
15:30 – 15:45 E3  FLUORIDE ACCOMULATION BY VEGETATION IN THE FLUORIDE AFFECTED AREA OF TALUPULA, ANANTAPUR DISTRICT, ANDHRA PRADESH, SOUTH INDIA  A Nagaraju, India
                 15:45 – 17:00                   Poster session 1 : Biological effects of fluoride and epidemiology of fluorosis
P1  FLUORIDE INDUCE APOPTOSIS IN MC3T3-E1 OSTEOBLASTS THROUGH ALTERING THE ROS LEVEL AND MITOCHONDRIAL MENBRANE POTENTIAL  Ruiying Cheng, China
P2  SODIUM FLUORIDE INDUCES APOPTOSIS IN H9C2 CARDIOMYOCYTES THROUGH CHANGING MITOCHONDRIAL MEMBRANE POTENTIAL AND INTRACELLULAR ROS LEVEL  Xiaoyan Yan, China
P3  THE BURDEN AND RISK OF DENTAL FLUOROSIS IN THE UPPER NORTHERN REGION OF THAILAND  Chatpat Kongpun,
Thailand
P4  URINE FLUORIDE LEVELS AND DENTAL FLUOROSIS IN SCHOOL CHILDREN IN THREE SUBDISTRICTS OF CHIANG MAI PROVINCE WITH DIFFERENT FLUORIDE LEVELS IN THE GEOTHERMAL WATER SOURCES  Chatpat Kongpun,
Thailand
P5  URINARY FLUORIDE LEVELS IN STUDENTS IN THE OM KOI DISTRICT, CHIANG MAI PROVINCE, THAILAND  P. Wanachantararak,
Thailand
P6  SERUM FLUORIDE LEVEL OF CHILDREN IN OMKOI DISTRICT, CHIANG MAI PROVINCE, THAILAND  Fahsai Kantawong,
Thailand
P7  SALT PURCHASING BEHAVIOUR AND THE PRESENCE OF IODINE DEFICIENCY IN PREGNANT WOMEN IN THAILAND  S Kawilapat, Thailand
P8  PREVALENCE OF DENTAL FLUOROSIS AT VARIOUS DRINKING WATER FLUORIDE LEVELS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW  F Goodarzi, Iran
P9  TEMPORAL VARIATIONS AND SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF FLUORIDEIN WATER RESOURCES OF VILLAGES IN DIVANDAREH, KURDISTAN, IRAN  A Maleki, Iran
P10  FLUORIDE CONCENTRATION IN RURAL WATER RESOURCES IN NORTHEASTERN KURDISTAN PROVINCE : TEMPORAL VARIATIONS AND SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION  P Bahmani, Iran
P11  DETERMINATION, IN KAMYARAN CITY, IRAN, OF THE DRINKING WATER FLUORIDE CONTENT AND THE dmft AND DMFT INDICES IN ELEMENTARY AND JUNIORSCHOOL STUDENTS  A Maleki, Iran
P12  COMPARISON OF FLUORIDE EXTRACTION FROM SIMPLE AND FLAVORED GREEN TEA LEAVES INTO BREWED TEA  A Maleki, Iran
P13  EFFECT OF WATER HARDNESS AND BREWING TIME ON FLUORIDE RELEASE FROM DIFFERENT TYPES OF IRANIAN TEA  A Maleki, Iran
P14  MULTIPLE MYELOMA LIKE MRI FINDINGS IN SKELETAL FLUOROSIS: AN UNUSUAL PRESENTATION OF FLUORIDE TOXICITY  Javed Ahsan Quadri,
India
Thursday, November 27, 2014
08:30 – 11:30  Field trip
 Groups 1 and 2 :
Lumphun province–visiting persons suffering from fluorosis and seeing
  the communities effort to solve the problem
 Group 3 : Chiang Mai province–visiting a school-based safe water management project
 Group 4 : Chiang Mai province–visiting a community-based safe water management project
                 11:30 – 12:00                   Discussion of field trip visits
                 12:00 – 13:00                   Lunch break
 Platform session II : Epidemiology of Flurorosis (continue)
13:00 – 13:15 E4  IMPACT OF DENTAL FLUOROSIS ON THE QUALITY OF LIFE AND TREATMENT NEED IN ADOLESCENTS IN KIBOSHO, KILIMANJARO REGION, TANZANIA  F Roman, Tanzania
13:15 – 13:30 E5  PREVALENCE OF SKELETAL FLUOROSIS IN ELDERLY PERSONS IN THE DOI TAO DISTRICT, CHIANG MAI PROVINCE, THAILAND  P. Taninpong, Thailand
13:30 – 13:45 E6  COMPARATIVE STUDIES ON MINERAL STATUS AND HAEMOGRAM OF DAIRY BUFFALOES AND CATTLE IN FLUORIDE-ENDEMIC SOUTH-WEST ZONE OF PUNJAB, INDIA  ST Singh, India
13:45 – 14:00 E7  PREVALENCE AND SEVERITY OF FLUOROSIS IN THE DODA DISTRICT (HILLY AREA) OF JAMMUAND KASHMIR, INDIA  Arjun L Khandare, India
14:00 – 14:15 E8  SOURCE, TRANSPORT AND DISTRIBUTION OF FLUORIDE IN DRINKING WATER RESOURCES IN NORTHERN THAILAND | CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD FULLPAPER 1 | 2  CJ Chuah, Malaysia
 Platform Session III : Fluorosis prevention
14:15 – 14:30 FP1  FLUORIDE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INFANTS IN THE U.S.  D. Cragoe, USA
14:30 – 14:45 FP2  ASSESSING THE RISK OF AN EXCESSIVE FLUORIDE INTAKE IN A REGION OF SOUTHEASTERN SWEDEN  T.Berger, Sweden
                 14:45 – 15:00                   Coffee break
15:00 – 15:15 FP3  FACTORS AFFECTING FLUORIDE ABSORBTION BY RICE IN THE COOKING PROCESS  S. Takizawa, Japan
15:15 – 15:30 FP4  ESTIMATION OF FLUORIDE INTAKE BY IRANIAN POWDERED MILK-FED INFANTS  A. H. Mahvi, Iran
15:30 – 15:45 FP5  THE USE OF FLUORIDE VARNISH FOR CARIES PREVENTION IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN IN PRIMARY CARE SETTINGS IN THAILAND  W. Asawakun, Thailand
15:45 – 16:15 K2  Mid-conference keynote address : SYSTEMS-PREVENTION : A NEW ASPECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH  Professor Jörg Spitz,
Germany
                 17:00 – 20:00                   Dinner at Chiang Mai Night Safari
Friday, November 28, 2014
 Platform Session IV : Defluroridator
09:00 – 09:15 D1  A SIMPLE PROCEDURE FOR ROUTINE DETERMINATION OF THE STANDARD DEFLUORIDATION CAPACITY OF MEDIA  Eli Dahi, Tanzania
09:15 – 09:30 D2  FLUORIDE REMOVAL EFFICIENCY OF CO-PROCESS OF DOLOMITE ADSORPTION AND NANOFILTRATION MEMBRANE  A. Wongrueng Thailand
09:30 – 09:45 D3  A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY AND CHEAP BIOSORBENTS FOR REMOMAL OF FLUORIDE FROM AQUEOUS  S. Dobaradaran, Iran
09:45 – 10:00 D4  COMPARATIVE STUDY ON VARIOUS LOW COST MATERIALS IN WATER DEFLUORIDATION  Veena Chaudhary, India
 Platform Session V : Mitigation
10:00 – 10:15 M1  CHANGES IN BLOOD PARAMETERS IN A POPULATION WITH COAL-BURNING ENDEMIC FLUOROSIS IN GUIZHOU PROVINCE, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA, WITH RECOVERY FOLLOWING TREATMENT  Z.Z. Guan, China
10:15 – 10:30 M2  COMPARING DEFLUORIDATION AND SAFE-SOURCING FOR FLUOROSIS MITIGATION IN ETHIOPIAN RIFT VALLEY  S Datturi,
The Netherland
                 10:30 – 10:45                   Coffee break
                 10:45 – 12:00                   Poster session 2 : Fluorosis prevention, water defluoridation, and mitigation of fluorosis
P15  FLUORIDE CONCENTRATION IN CONSUMED SALT IN IRAN  Sara Sadat Hosseini,
Iran
P16  DETERMINATION OF FLUORIDE IN BOTTLED DRINKING WATERPROFFERED OR SOLD DURING THE ARBA'EEN HOLY TREK IN IRAQ | CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD FULLPAPER 1  Reza FouladiFard, Iran
P17  NATIONAL AND SUB-NATIONAL FLUORIDE CONCENTRATION OF DRINKING WATER, PREVALENCE OF FLUOROSIS, AND DMFT IN IRAN FROM 1990–2014: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW  Mohammad Mosaferi,
Iran
P18  AN APPROACH TO MEMBRANE PROCESS OPTION FOR REMOVAL OF FLUORIDE FROM DRINKING WATERS  A Jafari, Iran
P19  FABRICATION OF A GRAPHENE OXIDE DISPERSED POLYSULFONE NANOFILTRATION MEMBRANE FOR FLUORIDE REMOVAL FROM WATER  R Rezaee, Iran
P20  INVESTIGATION OF MODIFIED PUMICE WITH HCL AND NAOH FOR REMOVAL OF FLUORIDE FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION  Esmaeil Ghahramani,
Iran
P21  DENTAL FLUOROSIS AND THE PATTERN OF WATER CONSUMPTION IN THE POPULATION AGED 6–18 YEARS INTHEDENTAL FLUOROSIS RISK AREAS OF THAILAND  S. Chamnanprai,
Thailand
P22  FLUORIDE CONTENT IN BOTTLED WATER AND MINERAL WATER SOLD IN BANGKOK AND ITS VICINITY  N Tangcharoendee,
Thailand
P23  FLUORIDE CONTENT AND LABELLING OF TOOTHPASTE AVAILABLE FOR CHILDREN IN THAILAND  S Mongkolnchaiarunya,
Thailand
P24  DRINKING WATER FLUORIDE SURVEILLANCE AND FLUOROSIS MITIGATION IN THAILAND  S Mongkolnchaiarunya,
Thailand
P25  COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN AFLUOROSIS MITIGATION PROGRAM IN BANGRAKAM DISTRICT, PHITSANULOK PROVINCE, THAILAND  U Kitiviriyakul, Thailand
P26  FLUORIDE: THE VILLAIN AND HOW WE CAN CONQUER IT  A Inthasuwan, Thailand
P27  VILLAGERS' SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM FOR WATER FLUORIDE LEVELS AND FLUOROSIS IN ANALAYO SUB-DISTRICT  A Wattanakonkul, Thailand
P28  OPTIMISATION OF BONE CHAR PRODUCTION USING THE STANDARD DEFLUORIDATION CAPACITY PROCEDURE  Eli Dahi, Tanzania
                 12:00 – 13:00                   Lunch break
 Platform Session V : Mitigation (continue)
13:00 – 13:15 M3  TEA POLYPHENOLS MITIGATE SKELETAL FLUOROSIS WITH OSTEOSCLEROSIS IN C57BL/6 MICE  Bingyun Li, China
13:15 – 13:30 M4  TOTAL INTAKE OF FLUORIDE AND DENTAL FLUOROSIS AFTER TREATMENT IN COUNTIES WITH THECOAL-BURNING TYPE OFENDEMIC FLUOROSIS IN GUIZHOUPROVINCE, PEOPLE′S REPUBLIC OF CHINA  DS Li, China
13:30 – 13:45 M5  PREVENTION OF COAL BURNING ENDEMIC FLUOROSIS IN GUIZHOU PROVINCE, PEOPLE′S REPUBLIC OF CHINA  D. An, China
13:45 – 14:15 K3  Closing keynote address HOW THE DEFLUORIDATION TECHNOLOGY WORKS IN TAZANIA  Prof. Eli Dahi, Tanzania
                 14:15 – 14:45                   Niloufer Chinoy Awards
                                                          Closing Ceremony