Early bird registration is open until 31 May 2023 The Federation of African Nutrition Societies (FANUS) is exciting to hosts the 5th FANUS Conference this year, and are still accepting abstracts until 30 April 2023. The 5th FANUS Conference takes place from 19 -24 November 2023 in Dakar, Senegal. The conference will be delivered through… Read more »
This award recognises early career nutrition scientists, whether working in academia, policy or industry, who show great potential to be future leaders in the field. Applications are welcome from any country. Applicants are required to complete an application form and submit an abstract that could be turned into a mini-review describing an emerging area of… Read more »
The Daniel Carasso Fellowship targets excellent postdoctoral researchers of any nationality and scientific discipline, who are contributing actively to the transition to the sustainability of food systems. The award amount is €160,000 to cover the salary and research activities of the awardees in a Spanish university or research center for a two-year period. The deadline for submitting proposals is March 10, 2023. Candidates must be… Read more »
You won’t want to miss this pre-meeting on the morning of December 6, 2022, in Tokyo!
FENS will be very active at the upcoming ICN2022 conference in Tokyo in December this year!
As well as the FENS symposium on December 8 (13:15-14:45 JST), FENS will host an interactive workshop on Improving Standards in the Science of Nutrition on December 6 from 09:00 to 12:00 (JST).
Register by 30 November 2022 on the FENS website.
FENS is a supporter of the 8th International Congress taking place in Croatia from the 19th – 21st of May 2022. Organised by The Croatian Federation of Nutrition Associations is holding the congress bringing together nutritionists with “experts from various fields of science with the same interest and aim: food technologists and engineers, agronomists, medical doctors, and other allied health professionals, pharmacists, kinesiologists, and psychologists and offers them the platform for exchanging the latest scientific knowledge related to nutritional science”.
Public Health professionals know very well that it is easier and cheaper to prevent disease than treat it, with healthy eating being a principal means for this. Major changes in eating habits and lifestyles over the last two decades created additional health challenges in Georgia, so there is a great deal that we can learn in terms of current developments in nutritional science and new approaches.