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The Council for Responsible Nutrition has opened registration for its Science in Session and Now, New, Next live in-person events, taking place in October.
Registration is now open for Council for Responsible Nutrition’s (CRN; Washington, D.C.) in-person signature industry events: Science in Session and Now, New, Next. Both events will take place at the Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel, Dana Point, CA, with virtual options available.
“The conversations and connections that move the industry forward happen here,” said CRN president and CEO Steve Mister, in a press release. “Science in Session and Now, New, Next are the dietary supplement industry’s opportunities to explore and address research challenges, examine the trends and influences shaping this industry, and drive innovation—together. Every year, our attendees leave these events enriched, motivated and inspired.”
Tieraona Low Dog, MD, will deliver the keynote address during the Science in Session event, taking place on October 19. The keynot will focus on women’s health and the unique micronutrient needs of women across the lifespan. The day’s agenda will explore a range of women’s health-and-nutrition topics, such as optimizing sleep health and weight management, supporting eye and brain health, reducing disease risk in post-menopausal women, nutrition for active, pregnant, and lactating women, and sex differences in clinical trials.
During Now, New, Next, taking place October 20–22, the sessions will examine the disparities in nutrition and what to do about them, tackle the challenges of the changing global economy, and offer insights for the future of the post-pandemic workplace.
“After nearly two years apart, people want to meet and reconnect with colleagues in person,” said Maya English, CRN’s director of membership, education, and events. “New this year, attendees can participate in CRN’s meeting matchmaking for focused networking by providing demographic details when registering.”
Event details and registration are available at www.crnusa.org/2021events.