Nutrition Jobs

Submit an Abstract for the 2016 Conference

Please submit using the form below. There is no fee for abstract submission.

Please see our submission instructions here.

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Abstract Details
Do you have any relevant financial relationships and/or potential conflicts of interest to disclose? Disclosure of all potential conflicts of interest (employer, research support, speakers bureau, etc.) is required and should be clearly indicated.
If you have a conflict of interest, please explain here.
Poster: No formal presentation time. Poster to be viewed during designated break and lunch times. Oral Research Brief Presentation: 10 minutes allotted with 5 minutes for Q/A We have limited slots for oral presentations so please indicate if you are willing to be considered for a poster presentation as an alternative.
Abstracts of 400 words or less covering pertinent areas including context/background, objective, methods, results and conclusions. TYPE ABSTRACT SUMMARY HERE. TEXT ONLY, NO FORMATTING. (1000 CHARACTER MAXIMUM)
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Optionally upload your abstract here (2 MB Limit).
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Please follow the specific guidelines for submitting the abstracts or your abstract will not be accepted.

This research (abstract) has not been submitted simultaneously for another meeting nor has it been presented or published elsewhere.

By submitting this proposal, I agree to the policies and guidelines listed above. If I have any questions or concerns about the requirements, I understand it was my responsibility to contact the American College of Nutrition prior to submitting my proposal. I will also uphold the highest academic standards to ensure balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor in my role in the planning, development, and presentation of this conference.
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