Resources for Researchers
Useful information for dietary supplement researchers including databases of funded and published research on dietary supplements, training and career development resources, food composition data, and product quality resources.
A program to stimulate the development of validated analytical methods and reference materials for dietary supplement ingredients.
Database of federally funded research projects pertaining to dietary supplements.
ODS-led series of roundtables to address the concern that many pregnant women were not using supplements containing iodine and were at risk of inadequate intake.
ODS effort to prioritize relevant research gaps in iron screening and supplementation among pregnant women and young children.
Web link to an ODS co-developed database providing estimated levels of ingredients in dietary supplement products.
A database of label information from dietary supplement products sold in the United States.
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A collaborative program to explore the research evidence supporting the use of nutrition and dietary supplement interventions for inborn errors of metabolism and the infrastructure needed to carry out new research.
A 1-year competitive scholarship opportunity for intramural investigators to study the role of dietary supplements in health promotion and disease prevention.
Valuable resources for investigators, authors, and editors working in the area of natural products research.
Automatically limits citation search results to dietary supplement related literature in NLM's PubMed database.
Web link to the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference. Provides detailed information on the nutrient content of foods consumed in the U.S.