Member Benefits

Expand Your Knowledge

Members of ASN receive free online access to The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (AJCN)The Journal of NutritionAdvances in Nutrition and Current Developments in Nutrition. AJCN, published since 1952, is the highest ranked peer-reviewed journal in nutrition and dietetics and publishes basic and clinical studies relevant to human nutrition. JN, published monthly since 1928, carries original, peer-reviewed research in key areas of nutrition. Both journals are widely read and publish studies from over 40 countries. Advances in Nutrition responds to the growing demand for a prestigious, high-profile publication that gathers, synthesizes, and explains the current state of knowledge in all facets of the field.

Members also receive Nutrition Notes, a quarterly newsletter which provides news of member activities, meetings, course offerings, grant opportunities, student news and job opportunities.

Additionally, Student and Early Career members can get free online access to Nutrition Today.

Get Ahead In Your Career

All members are eligible to join one or more Research Interest Sections (RIS). The RIS are communities designed to provide a mechanism for topic-specific discussion. Research Interest Sections include Community and Public Health Nutrition, Diet and Cancer, Energy and Macronutrient Metabolism, Experimental Animal Nutrition, Dietary Bioactive Compounds and more.

Additionally, ASN’s three Councils represent the broad spectrum of nutrition research among its members. Members are encouraged to join one or more of the following Scientific Councils: Medical Nutrition, Global Nutrition, and Nutritional Sciences.

In recognition of our members’ professional accomplishments, ASN annually administers over twenty awards. ASN members are also eligible to earn CME credits for professional development.

Save Money

Meeting Registration: Nutrition, ASN’s annual flagship meeting gathers over 3,600 of the world’s top nutrition professionals and offers the latest and best nutrition research, the opportunity to present research, network with peers, and touch and see the latest products and technology in the exhibit hall. ASN members receive discounted registration rates to Nutrition.

Publications: Corresponding authors who are members of American Society for Nutrition (ASN) are eligible for a discount of 20% off the open access publication fee. Learn more about open access reduced publication fees for AJCNJNAN, and CDN.

Support Nutrition Science

ASN is your voice and is committed to increasing the investment in nutrition research. Increasing funding for nutrition research and nutrition monitoring are top public policy priorities.