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Full Schedule

  • On Demand
  • On Demand
    Abstracts - Poster Presentations and Oral Presentations
    NUTRITION 2021 LIVE ONLINE will feature over 1300 virtual abstract presentations available to all meeting attendees. Abstract presentations offer attendees the ideal opportunity to present their own research and learn more about their peers’ science.

    More information about the abstract titles and presenting authors will be available in late April. Full information including abstract text and virtual abstract presentation content will be available on June 7.

    During the meeting, abstract presentations will be available on demand with no set presentation time, providing attendees and presenting authors maximum flexibility for their schedules.

    Oral Presentations
    Virtual oral presentations will feature outstanding research representing the abstract topical areas. Oral sessions will include abstracts organized around a common theme. Presenting authors will present their work via Power Point slides with accompanying audio.

    Poster Presentations
    Virtual poster presentations will include abstracts across the abstract topical areas. Virtual poster presentations will include an ePoster (PDF) and accompanying audio from the presenting author.

    Questions & Answers
    New this year, NUTRITION 2021 LIVE ONLINE will include an online Question and Answer system for abstracts. Attendees can submit questions and presenting authors can respond. Contribute to conversations about new science through this interactive meeting feature!
  • On Demand
    Clinical Emerging Leaders Award Competition, Organized by the ASN Medical Nutrition Council
    This award competition promotes interest in clinical and human nutrition among those in postgraduate programs. Finalists for this award competition will be announced in late April.
  • On Demand
    Dietary Supplements Database: What You Need To Know

    Chair: Leila G. Saldanha, PhD – NIH ODS

    Clinical and Translational Nutrition

  • On Demand
    Graduate Student Research Award Competition
    This award competition tasks graduate students to hone their research presentation skills. Finalists for this award competition will be announced in late April.
  • On Demand
    Nutrition Translation Award Competition, Organized by the ASN Nutrition Translation RIS in partnership with the Public Information Committee
    This award competition provides an opportunity for early-career scientists and clinicians to demonstrate how their research can be translated to a defined audience to improve public health and/or health outcomes. Finalists for this award competition will be announced in late April.
  • On Demand
    Postdoctoral Research Award Competition, Organized by the ASN Early Career Nutrition Interest Group
    This award competition challenges early-career scientists and clinicians in nutrition by providing a juried abstract review and special oral session in which they compete in presenting their research findings. Finalists for this award competition will be announced in late April.
  • On Demand
    Stable Isotope Techniques in Nutrition Research

    Speaker: Cornelia Loechl, PhD – International Atomic Energy Agency

    Speaker: Daniel Hoffman, PhD – Rutgers University

    Speaker: Daniel Tomé, PhD – AgroParisTech

    Speaker: Nancy F. Krebs, MD, MS – University of Colorado

    Global and Public Health Nutrition

  • On Demand
    Understanding and Using National Dietary Data: What We Eat in America, NHANES 2017-2018

    Speaker: Alanna J. Moshfegh, MS, RD – Agricultural Research Service, USDA

    Speaker: Donna Rhodes, MS, RD – Agricultural Research Service, USDA

    Speaker: Suzanne Morton, MPH, MBA – American Society for Nutrition

    Clinical and Translational Nutrition

  • On Demand
    Young Minority Investigator Oral Competition, Organized by the ASN Minority and Diversity Affairs Committee (MDAC)
    This award competition provides an opportunity for young investigators from underrepresented communities within the biomedical and life sciences to participate in the annual meeting by discussing their research findings. Finalists will strengthen presentation and professional skills associated with a career in the sciences. Finalists for this award competition will be announced in late April.