Women have different nutritional needs depending on what stage of life they are in. Join us to learn how Pycnogenol, French maritime pine bark extract provides crucial health benefits to women at different stages of her life. From beauty to cognitive function to menopause relief, we highlight a handful of gold standard clinical research studies that are influencing how women look at branded ingredients for overall health. Take a journey that will help connect the antioxidant dots and the impact this botanical extract has on women’s health and wellness. Find the missing active ingredient to bring your women’s wellness formulations to a new level.
Dr. Frank Schönlau
Frank Schönlau, PhD, is scientific director for Horphag Research. He is a biochemist and accomplished researcher having authored numerous published clinical studies on Pycnogenol® during his tenure with Horphag Research. He is considered to be one of the foremost industry experts on Pycnogenol® and his realm of expertise includes vascular diseases, chronic inflammation, autoimmune diseases and diabetic retinopathy.
Dr. Schönlau graduated from the University of Munster, Germany with a degree in chemistry and subsequently earned a PhD in biochemistry.
Director of Global Communications
Cheryl Costanzo is Director, Global Communications at Horphag Research (USA). Cheryl is responsible for managing and implementing global communication activities which encompass public relations and advertising campaigns to promote brand awareness and educate target audiences on Pycnogenol®. Prior to joining the company, she spent six years on the agency side of the business building a nutraceuticals & functional food practice while working on national consumer education and outreach PR campaigns for global food, health and nutrition clients. Cheryl graduated with a degree in communications.
Starts 8:00 am in New York | 5:00 am in Los Angeles | 2:00 pm in Paris
October 02nd, 2012