Delegate Profile

Dr. Joël Pincemail

Job TitleScientific Collaborator

Company NameCHU Liège


Joël Pincemail has a PhD in Biomedical Sciences from the University of Liège, Belgium. Presently, he works as scientific collaborator in the Department of Cardiovascular Surgery of Liège CHU, Belgium.

Since more than 30 years, he has been involved on research about the role of oxidative stress and antioxidants in human medicine (cardiovascular diseases, muscular dystrophy, ageing, sport, …). His research has led to the publication of more than 250 papers.

Since 2016, he is the scientific manager of the platform “Nutrition Antioxydante et Santé” (NAS) located inside the Liège CHU (www.chuliege.nas). The platform (NAS) offers to industrials a large panel of analysis for detecting antioxidant capacity of different food matrices known for their high content in antioxidants and, more particularly, in polyphenols (fruits and vegetables, green tea, black chocolate, olive oil, red wine, …).

J. Pincemail is also the manager of antiOXinfo, an advice society for informing all health professionals but also the public about the role of natural antioxidants for a better health.

He is the author/co – author of three books :  “Les secrets de la cuisine antioxydante” (F. Blouard Editions, 2008), “Stress oxydant et antioxydants. Nouveaux concepts” (TestezEditions,2014) and « Les polyphénols, ces antioxydants encore méconnus » (Province de Liège, 2017). Recently, he has been nominated by the European Society for Free Radical Research as the host organizer of its annual meeting in Liège 2021.

Smail Meziane helped by his collaborator Mouna Kaci is the president of the Institut Européen des Antioxydants which closely works with the Platform NAS. He is the inventor of the Paot-Skin® Technology (patent FR1871986, deposit date 28/11/2018).

Conference Sessions

  • Free radicals and ageing: a new look at anti-oxidant use in cosmetics formulations

    Tuesday09:30 - 13:0002 April 2019
    Workshop Room 1

    Anti-oxidants in cosmetic products: what are they good for? The number of articles found in Medline data bases claiming “potential anti-age” activity of plant e...

    • Language: English

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