Congratulations to the 2020 Research Workshop Travel Award Winners
Anni Rong, BS, Medical Student, University of Massachusetts Medical School
Abstract Title: Association of nutritional status and hospital-acquired infections in elderly orthopedic trauma patients
Naphat Taonam BSc, Graduate Student in Nutrition, Â Ramathibodi Hospital and Institute of Nutrition, Mahidol University
Abstract Title: Validation of a Nutrition Alert Form (NAF) against Patient-Generated Subjective Global Assessment (PG-SGA) in oncological patients
Katherine Venneri, MScFN(c), Student, Brescia University College
Abstract Title: Using personalized nutrigenomics testing to mitigate overweight/obesity risk post-transplant: A randomized clinical intervention pilot study
View Past Research Workshop Travel Award Winners
- Any Early Career Investigator submitting an Original
Abstract to the ASPEN Nutrition Science & Practice Conference that aligns with the Research Workshop topic
- An applicant is considered an Early
Career Investigator if he/she is within 10 years of completing a terminal
research degree or medical residency (or the equivalent). ASPEN's
definition adheres to NIH's guidelines for New Investigators.
- Submit abstracts to ASPEN's abstract submission site, and select the option to be considered for Research
Workshop Travel Awards.
- ASPEN’s Abstract Review Committee selects top-scoring
The Award Includes
- $1000 reimbursement for travel associated with attending the ASPEN Nutrition Science and Practice Conference
- Presentation of your abstract as a poster during the Research Workshop. (Workshop attendance required).