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

Call for Session Topics at NUTRITION 2024

The topic submission form is now closed. Thank you for sharing your ideas!


We’re looking for:

  • Excellence of science
  • Novel, contemporary topics addressing new frontiers and/or advances
  • Balanced, objective programming
  • Inter-disciplinary appeal
  • Preeminent speakers and rising leaders at all career stages
  • A diverse speaker selection (i.e., diversity on the basis of diverse institutions including MSI, HBCU, Tribal Colleges; race/ethnicity; gender; career stage/level; groups known to be historically underrepresented in biomedical, behavioral, clinical, and social sciences)
  • Areas within the Strategic Plan for NIH Nutrition Research, White House Conference on Hunger and Nutrition, DEIA (diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility), minority health, disparities research, and other timely topics.

We thank you for your time and interest in helping us develop a premier scientific program for NUTRITION 2024.

We will strive to get back to you by December 20 with comments, questions or a status update.

Submission form closed November 10, 2023.

ACCME Accreditation and Speaker Selection

The American Society for Nutrition is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians and the Commission on Dietetic Registration as a provider of Continuing Professional Education programs for Registered Dietitians.

Speakers and planners are expected to follow accreditation guidelines and help us create high-quality education that is independent of industry influence.

Speakers must disclose all financial relationships with ineligible companies that you have had over the past 24 months. Ineligible companies are defined as those whose primary business is producing, marketing, selling, re-selling, or distributing healthcare products used by or on patients.

Employees, owners, and stock owners of ineligible companies are generally disqualified from presenting in CME activities, unless specific exceptions are met