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Select from a variety of presentation options to showcase your research.


Nutrition 2020 offers great opportunities to present your work to leading nutrition scientists and add to the nutrition community's global knowledge.


ASN is now accepting applications for presenting the best and latest science at Nutrition 2020, on May 30 to June 2, 2020, in Seattle. With almost 100 abstract categories covering nutrition science, health, basic science, public health, psychology, environment, technology, and more, ASN's annual flagship meeting offers a prominent forum for showcasing original, diverse, and cutting-edge research. Research will be presented in 3 formats: Oral Sessions, Poster Theater Flash Sessions, and Poster Presentations. The Poster Theater Flash Sessions-first introduced at Nutrition 2019-are 90-minute sessions composed of several 4-minute poster presentations. The submission period for all formats is open now through January 31, 2020.


"Nutrition 2020 will offer excellent science selected through a comprehensive review process. The original research presented in our Oral Sessions, Flash Sessions, and Poster Presentations will represent the latest discoveries and will serve as catalyst for a deeper understanding of the roles and effects of nutrition," said ASN President Richard Mattes, PhD, MPH, RD.


Top reasons to submit your research to Nutrition 2020 include the following:


* Contribute to the advancement of our understanding of nutrition science.


* Boost your career by networking with others in academia, industry, and government.


* Strengthen your presentation skills.


* Have your work published in an ASN journal.


* Be eligible for travel awards and scholarships.



ASN awards more than $90 000 in awards and travel grants to students and young investigators annually. On the basis of academic level and ASN membership status, presenting authors can apply for award competitions and travel funding opportunities during abstract submission.


Nutrition 2020 will be held on May 30 to June 2, 2020, in Seattle. Registration will open in January 2020. Check often or follow #Nutrition20 on Facebook and Twitter for updates as more information becomes available.