American Society For Nutrition

Making Global Partnerships a Priority at ICN

Making Global Partnerships a Priority at ICN

Excellence in Nutrition Research and Practice
Posted on 09/17/2013 at 01:05:51 PM by Suzanne Price
The IUNS 20th International Congress of Nutrition in Granada, Spain, began on a festive note Sunday, with a lecture by WHO Director of Public Health and Environment, Maria Neira and a concert by the University of Granada Orchestra, featuring several opera songs. The mood was enhanced by an outdoor welcome reception featuring traditional Spanish music.

Starting on Tuesday, Executive Officer John Courtney, ASN President Gordon Jensen, Past President Teresa Davis, and other ASN staff were busy meeting with representatives from global nutrition societies, including delegates from Singapore, pictured here.


"This meeting is such a great opportunity to create new relationships with partners across the globe. We hope to see many of these attendees at our annual meeting in 2014 in San Diego," said Dr. Courtney.

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