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Experience the Best of Nutrition Science at ASN’s Scientific Sessions

Experience the Best of Nutrition Science at ASN’s Scientific Sessions

Excellence in Nutrition Research and Practice
Posted on 01/29/2013 at 09:13:20 AM by Suzanne Price
If you want to experience the best of the 78th ASN Scientific Sessions and Annual Meeting in Boston, start with our brand new website, featuring the latest information on ASN events at EB 2013. ASN's Scientific Sessions represent the world's preeminent meeting for nutrition science and we're making it easier than ever for you to navigate. We hope this new website will allow you to maximize your time at the meeting; connect to the latest updates, schedules, events, sessions, and abstracts. 

The world of nutrition science is constantly evolving, and to keep up with the emerging topics we're accepting late-breaking abstracts until February 21. Submit your abstract in one of the following exciting topics in nutrition:

•    300-ASN Vitamins, Minerals, and Bioactives
•    301-ASN Energy and Nutrient Metabolism
•    302-ASN Clinical and Community Nutrition
•    303-ASN Disease Prevention, Progression and Treatment
•    304-ASN Dairy and Yogurt - Health and Nutrition Benefits

ASN's Scientific Sessions offer additional educational opportunities through satellite sessions. These popular programs are planned and conducted by external groups. Satellites begin on Friday, April 19 and extend through Wednesday, April 24.

The hot topics for 2013 include:

First Global Summit on the Health Effects of Yogurt
Organized by ASN and the Danone Institute International in partnership with The Nutrition Society and the Dairy Research Institute.

Nutrition and Physical Activity: Impact on Cognitive Function Across the Lifespan
Organized by the American Society for Nutrition and The Nutrition Society.

What Comes First: The Food or the Nutrient?
Organized and sponsored by the California Walnut Commission.
 
White Vegetables: Addressing the Nutrition Gap
Organized and sponsored by the Alliance for Potato Research and Education.

Visit us for details. Registration for satellite sessions is free and open to the public (EB registration is not required to attend satellites).
 
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