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MRC Nutrition Research Partnership Workshop: Best practice in human nutrition research (CANCELLED)

IMPORTANT COVID-19 INFORMATION

In line with the governments’ advice of the ongoing COVID-19 situation, we regret to inform you that the below event has now been CANCELLED until further notice. This decision has been made to reduce the risk to all attendees and participants. If you have signed up to attend the MRC Nutrition Research Workshop, please DO NOT ATTEND as this event is no longer taking place.

If you have any queries on this matter, do not hesitate to get in touch with the FENS Secretariat at office@fensnutrition.org

DATE: 30th APRIL 2020

LOCATION: IDS Building, Southampton General Hospital SO16 6YD

TIME PROGRAM SPEAKER
10:00 Arrive, register, coffee & tea  
10:30 Welcome Introduction to the partnership, its vision and objectives Introduction to the aims, format and outcome of the Workshop Philip Calder (Southampton)
10:45 Critical evaluation of tools for assessment of diet and nutrient intake Sian Robinson (Newcastle)
11:30 Anthropometry and assessment of body composition Steve Wootton (Southampton)
12:15 Assessment of nutrient status – theoretical considerations and practicalities Speaker to be confirmed
13:00 LUNCH  
13:45 Metabolomics to develop dietary exposure diagnostics based on urine chemical composition John Draper (Aberystwyth)
14:30 Design, conduct and reporting of clinical trials in nutrition Julie Lovegrove (Reading)
15:15 Nutrition research in older people Helen Roberts (Southampton)
15:45 The older person’s perspective Local PPI champion
16:00 General discussion ALL
16:15 Summary, next steps and closure Philip Calder (Southampton)
16:30 FINISH  

ATTENDANCE AT THIS WORKSHOP IS FREE But you MUST Pre-register at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nutriom-mrc-nutrition-research-partnership-workshop-1-best-practice-in-human-nutrition-research-tickets-96857811321

Travel of early career researchers may be supported: Please contact Philip Calder (pcc@soton.ac.uk) prior to registering