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SNEB is Guest Society at Experimental Biology 2014

President Joanne Ikeda announces SNEB will be recognized as a guest society at American Society for Nutrition's Scientific Sessions and annual meeting at Experimental Biology 2014. The meeting will be held in San Diego, CA from April 26-30.

As a guest society, members of SNEB can register to attend the meeting for exclusive rates reserved for ASN members. Register by February 21 to take advantage of early registration discounted fees!

Activities for ASN's Nutrition Education and Community and Public Health Research Interest Sections will be co-hosted by SNEB including:
· Joint Poster Competition: Community and Public Health Nutrition and Nutrition Education (Saturday, April 26, 4:00 - 5:00 pm)
· Publishing your Research: Everything You Want to Know but Were Too Afraid to Ask (Saturday, April 26, 5:15 - 6:30 pm): Featuring Susan Johnson, Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, and Teresa Davis, Journal of
Nutrition, this interactive session will review the "must haves" for an acceptable manuscript, tips on becoming a good peer reviewer and other "how to's" on navigating the world of nutrition science publishing.
· The Nutrition Education RIS's mentoring event (Saturday, April 26, 6:45 - 8:00 pm) will be led by several mid- to advanced-stage career academicians in the areas of nutrition education and behavior change science and community and public health nutrition. Make plans to join us for this special networking event.

The ASN Scientific Sessions is the most advanced conference in nutrition science and research with results presented from more than 2,000 original research abstracts and more than 3,000 nutrition thought-leaders and researchers in attendance. ASN's Scientific Sessions is held in conjunction with Experimental Biology (EB), an interdisciplinary meeting that offers world-class programming in the fields of anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pathology, and pharmacology, in addition to nutrition.



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