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Special Supplement - May 28, 2020

May 28, 2020

ODS at ASN’s Nutrition 2020

The American Society for Nutrition (ASN) annual meeting will be offered live (and free) online this year. As in past years, ODS staff and ODS-funded researchers will participate actively in Nutrition 2020external link disclaimer, but this year it will be through live streaming, on-demand sessions, and virtual abstract presentations.

Sessions

Tuesday, June 2, 2020, 9:00 AM – 11:15 AM EDT (on demand)
NIH Response to COVID-19 and Nutrition-Specific Funding Opportunities
Cindy Davis (chair, speaker, ODS/NIH), Karen Regan (speaker, ODS/NIH)

Partner Sessions

Thursday, June 4, 2020, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
Toward Best Practices for Nutrition and Human Gut Microbiome Research: Moving the Field Forward
Cindy Davis (chair, ODS/NIH)

Posters

(P17-019-20) Comparison of Four Methods to Estimate the Prevalence of Dietary Supplement Use Among U.S. Children
Shinyoung Jun (presenting author, Purdue University), Jaime Gahche, Nancy Potischman (co-authors, ODS/NIH)

(P17-026-20) Application of P-Curve Analysis to Dietary Supplement Clinical Trials: Case Study of Trials of Curcumin Products for Arthritis
Barbara Sorkin (presenting author, ODS/NIH), Jaime Gahche (co-author, ODS/NIH)

(P18-047-20) Flavonoids Ameliorate Stress-Induced Depression by Preventing NLRP3 Inflammasome Priming
Giulio Pasinetti (presenting author, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, NY)

(P22-004-20) Content of Caffeine and Catechins Measured in Multi-ingredient Dietary Supplements Containing Green Tea: Association with Label Claims and Proprietary Blends
Karen Andrews (presenting author, ARS/USDA), Johanna Dwyer, Rebecca Costello, Leila Saldanha (co-authors, ODS/NIH)

(P22-019-20) An Analysis of Four Proposed Measures for Estimating Distributions of Total Usual Vitamin D Intake Among Adults Using National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey Data
Alexandra Cowan (presenting author, Purdue University), Jaime Gahche, Johanna Dwyer, Nancy Potischman (co-authors, ODS/NIH)

(P22-038-20) Children’s Multivitamin/Mineral Supplements: Label Claims and Measured Content Compared to Recommended Dietary Allowances and Tolerable Upper Intake Levels
Pavel Gusev (presenting author, ARS/USDA), Johanna Dwyer, Rebecca Costello, Leila Saldanha (co-authors, ODS/NIH)

(P29-061-20) Folate Status and Serum Folate Forms in a Population Without Fortification
Nancy Potischman (first author, ODS/NIH)

(P24-035-20) Symbiotic-Derived Metabolites Reduce Neuroinflammatory Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease
Giulio Pasinetti (presenting author, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, NY)

(P25-059-20) A Whole-Grain Diet Improves Whole-Body Protein Turnover Compared to a Macronutrient-Matched Refined-Grain Diet in Adults with Overweight/Obesity
Jacob Mey (presenting author, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Baton Rouge)

The entire Nutrition 2020 schedule can be viewed at: https://www.eventscribe.com/2020/ASN/agenda.asp?pfp=Scheduleexternal link disclaimer
 
ODS congratulates the Class of 2020 Fellows and Awardees for their significant achievements in nutrition research and practice.
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