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Do We Need a Plan B for Plan S?

The Impact of Open Access Publishing on Scholarly Publications and Scientific Societies In September 2018, a group of European funding

The Value of Nutrition Obesity Research Centers: As Told by Dr. David Allison

Doctor David B. Allison is the current dean, distinguished professor, and provost professor at the Indiana University School of Public

The Need for Increased Rigor in Obesity and Nutrition Research: A Q&A with Dr. David Allison

Doctor David B. Allison is the current dean, distinguished professor, and provost professor at the Indiana University School of Public

Sleep: The Most Underrated Healthy Habit

One of the best feelings is when you get a good night’s sleep and feel refreshed to take on the

Interview with Robert Bertolo

April 2017 Member Highlight Interview for ASN Nutrition Notes eNewsletter: Interview with Robert Bertolo, Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Memorial University

My Clinical Nutrition Internship Experience

By Seth Morrison My name is Seth Morrison, a final year medical student at the Medical School for International Health

ASN Focused on Collaboration to Solve Nutrition’s Complex Problems

By John E. Courtney, PhD As a society, ASN highlights the very best scientific research that promotes healthy people and

Dietary Guidelines Committee Focuses on the Diet-Health-Environment Trilemma

By Banaz Al-khalidi First released in 1980, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans are updated and jointly published by the U.S.

Research Publishing: A Contrary Scientific Environment?

By Brett Loman Now more than ever before, the world of academic science is a competitive place. However, does the

Is Self-Reported Diet Data Good Enough for Nutrition Science?

By Colby Vorland Southwest Airlines is consistently rated as serving good food on their flights, yet they don’t serve food