American Society For Nutrition

Become a Sustaining Member

Become a Sustaining Member

Excellence in Nutrition Research and Practice

"As a Sustaining Member, I value the role ASN plays as a science-based resource on nutrition. I believe its Public Policy efforts and Public Information activities are critical to keeping nutrition science intertwined in the public health dialogue." The National Dairy Council also values ASN's "scientific journals … and the ASN annual meeting, an opportunity to learn the most current science and network with friends and collaborators."

-Gregory D. Miller, Ph.D., M.A.C.N., Executive Vice President, Research, Regulatory and Scientific Affairs, National Dairy Council (NDC)


Industry companies with the highest level of commitment to the nutrition profession are recognized as ASN Sustaining Members. Recognition includes print and online exposure, annual meeting benefits, and the ability to sponsor educational opportunities, grants and other items. ASN is proud to align its superlative scientific reputation with the below companies.

Your tax-deductible, unrestricted contribution is used to support educational programs and awards that help the ASN in fulfilling its mission to be the leading nutrition research society dedicated to improving the health and well-being of individuals and populations worldwide.

ASN's Sustaining Member Committee serves as an industry voice within the Society. Industry members are always well represented and thoroughly engaged at ASN's Annual Meeting, held in conjunction with Experimental Biology (EB). The ASN Annual Meeting / EB trade show allows access to more than 12,000 scientists and practicioners. Industry summits and special events at ASN's Annual Meeting and throughout the year help translate field needs and industry services. You are also offered the opportunity to serve in a hands-on manner on one or more of our many committees, ranging from Public Affairs and Public Information to Education Committees and Awards.


To become an ASN Sustaining Member, please contact Director of Marketing and Development Paula Eichenbrenner at (301) 634-7980 or marketing@nutrition.org.