Exciting sessions are in store for NUTRITION 2024! View the program. 

General Information

NUTRITION 2024 is headed to the Windy City, June 29 – July 2. Join the global nutrition community for three days of nonstop discovery and collaboration that will leave you feeling empowered and inspired.

Key Dates

Mark your calendar with these key dates for NUTRITION 2024:

Call for Session Ideas Submissions Opens   September 28, 2023
Awards Submission Site Opens November 1, 2023
Abstract Submission Site Opens (Orals/Posters) November 1, 2023 
Session Idea Submissions Deadline November 10, 2023 
Application for Sponsored Satellite Programs Open Early December
Exhibit and Sponsorship Sales OpenEarly December
Awards Submission Deadline January 16, 2024
Abstract Submission DeadlineFebruary 12, 2024 
Registration & Housing Opens January 30, 2024  
Abstract Acceptance Letters SentMarch 11, 2024
Late Breaking/Rapid Science Submission Opens March 18, 2024 
Abstract Programming Assignments Sent April 1, 2024
Early Registration Deadline April 5, 2024
Advance Registration Rates ApplyApril 6, 2024
Late Breaking/Rapid Science Submission DeadlineApril 8, 2024
Late Breaking/Rapid Science Notifications SentApril 22, 2024 
Advance Registration Deadline May 17, 2024
Housing Deadline May 17, 2024
Regular Registration Rates ApplyMay 18, 2024

Meeting Venue

McCormick Place Convention Center

NUTRITION 2024 will be held at McCormick Place Convention Center.  With over 2.6 million square feet of exhibit space, McCormick Place is the largest and most flexible use convention center in North America. Located on Chicago’s lakefront, just minutes from downtown and facing one of the most iconic skylines in the world, the McCormick Place campus provides world-class facilities that can accommodate just about any event.

McCormick Place Convention Center
2301 S. Martin Luther King Drive
Chicago, IL 60616

City Information

Join us in the Windy City and prepare to be blown away by the most focused content, the highest quality research, the latest technologies, hands-on exhibits and the greatest minds in nutrition science at NUTRITION 2024, June 29- July 2, 2024.

 About Chicago

Come visit Chicago for a big-city experience, a warm Midwestern welcome, and world-class, culture you can’t possibly pack into just one visit. Our world-class museums, award-winning dining scene, fearless theatre, and stunning architecture are just some of the reasons why Condé Nast Traveler has ranked Chicago #1 on their list of Best Large Cities in the U.S. for seven years in a row.

TripAdvisor ranked The Art Institute of Chicago one of the top five museums in the world. It’s also home to the largest collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist artwork outside the Louvre. Paste Magazine praises Chicago theatre as “one of the most thriving theatre scenes on the planet,” that’s home to five Tony Award-winning companies, Broadway in Chicago shows, and history-making premieres. Not only that, but Condé Nast Traveler calls Chicago the “best restaurant city in America.” Bon Appétit magazine agrees, saying Chicago is “America’s most exciting city to eat in right now,” and dubbing it the “Restaurant City of the Year 2017.” Plus, with 25 Chicago establishments that were awarded one or more Michelin stars for 2019 and dozens of Bib Gourmand recipients, you’re sure to find a spot for every budget and taste.

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Things To Do

There’s something for everyone in Chicago

Chicago is a world-class destination comprised of famed restaurants, renowned museums, stunning waterfront, groundbreaking music, award-winning theatres, over 300 parks and green spaces, iconic architecture designed by legendary architects — all within 77 vibrant, ethnically diverse neighborhoods that are the heart and soul of Chicago.

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Chicago is a foodie destination…

  • More than 7,300 restaurants
  • 7 AAA Diamond-rated restaurants
  • 26 Michelin-starred restaurants
  • 40 James Beard Award-winning restaurants, and host of the annual James Beard Awards
  • 54 Bib Gourmand winners
  • 144 dog-friendly restaurants
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Arts and Museums

Chicago is home to:

  • More than 60 museums, showcasing world-class art, culture, history, and more.
  • Art on theMART is the largest permanent digital art installation in the world.
  • One of the largest collections of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings outside of Paris is housed at the Art Institute of Chicago.
  • More than 500 public works of art displayed around the city as part of the City of Chicago’s Public Art Program, including pieces by Picasso, Chagall, Miro, and Calder.
  • The Museum of Science and Industry, one of the largest science museums in the world. The museum is housed in the only remaining building constructed for the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition’s “White City.” It was originally built as the exposition’s Palace of Fine Arts.
  • The Adler Planetarium, the first planetarium in the Western Hemisphere.
  • Máximo the Titanosaur, the largest dinosaur known to man, and SUE, the largest and most complete T.rex specimen in the country, at the Field Museum of Natural History.
  • The Chicago Cultural Center, built in 1897, which originated as the city’s first public library, and became the first free municipal cultural center in the United States. The Center is home to the world’s largest stained glass Tiffany dome.
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Mandatory Photo Credit:
Abel Arciniega :: @tequilagraphics


Summer in Chicago

Chicago summers are hot, humid and sunny! In late June, expect daytime high temperatures averaging in the low to mid 80s.  Evening temperatures tend to be in the mid to upper 60s. 

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The Hub

The Hub is the center of activity at NUTRITION 2024.

For Attendees:

  • Meet, network, and connect with other attendees 
  • Examine and evaluate the latest equipment, products, and services for use in nutrition research and practice 
  • Discover cutting-edge technology and engage in hands-on demonstrations 
  • Learn more about ASN and its, products, services, and initiatives 

For Exhibitors:

  • Opportunities to connect with the greatest minds in nutrition 
  • Increase brand awareness and generate leads 
  • Discover policy insights 
  • Deliver research-based education and provide product samplings & demonstrations. 

Secure your spot as an exhibitor/supporter in The Hub for opportunities to engage with NUTRITION 2024 thought leaders!  Contact Griff Courtney at gcourtney@nutrition.org for more information.