The Nutritional & Health-related Environmental Studies Section is excited to share its second eNewsletter. In this issue: A revised e-learning experience A new research project and a new database on breast milk intake The first ‘Nuclear in Nutrition’ interview Highlights on the Coalition of Action for Healthy Diets for All View the newsletter here
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.
The European Association for the Study of Obesity (EASO) has recently announced a new working group: Psychology, Behaviour and Mental Health.
The Nevin S. Scrimshaw Prize is open for nominations. The new prize from IUNS honours a nutrition scientist who is 15 years or less past completing their highest degree for exceptional contributions to the field of nutrition. In addition to a monetary award of $5000, the prize winner will present a plenary lecture at the IUNS – ICN in Tokyo. Closing date: 19 June 2022.
April 27th and 28th. The symposium organised by Basque Culinary Center, together with the Cedars Sinai Medical Center of Los Angeles, an international referent in medicine, will bring together great professionals from the field of medicine, nutrition, sustainability, gastronomy, sociology and food of the future, to explore from different points of view the current food and welfare of society.
Final Conference Friday 29th April 2022
Personalised nutrition approaches for the prevention of diet-related diseases: biomarkers, digital tools & omics sciences.
The PREVENTOMICS project, coordinated by Eurecat, is organising its final conference “Personalised nutrition approaches for the prevention of diet-related diseases: biomarkers, digital tools & omics sciences”.
Josep Ma del Bas, Director of the Nutrition and Health Unit, Eurecat
FENS President, Philip Calder, Professor of Nutritional Immunology, University of Southampton
Jaap Keijer, Professor in Human and Animal Physiology, Wageningen University
Francisca Serra, Professor of Nutrition, UIB Scientific Director, Alimentómica SL
The abstract submission for 22nd IUNS-ICN will be closing on March 18, 2022 at 11.59 pm, Japan timeline. Submit via the 22nd IUNS-ICN official website (https://icn22.org/abstract_submission.html). Awards are offered to registered participants in the 22nd IUNS-ICN. If you wish to apply, please apply in the abstract submission system https://icn22.org/award.html . The Organizing Committee are expecting… Read more »