Priorities for Nutrition Research in the UK
This Virtual Issue on Priorities for Nutrition Research in the UK brings together papers recently published in Nutrition Bulletin that summarise a number of MRC-funded Nutrition Hot Topic Workshops designed to encourage new thinking on important challenges in the nutrition field.
To access the Virtual Issue, please visit the Nutrition Bulletin website here.
- First steps towards transforming nutrition and health research in the UK - J. C. Mathers
- MRC Hot Topic workshop report: Reshaping the food environment – applying interdisciplinary perspectives in appetite research - A. M. Johnstone, A. Brown
- UK Nutrition Research Partnership (NRP) workshop: Forum on advancing dietary intake assessment - A. de la Hunty, J. Buttriss, J. Draper, H. Roche, G. Levey, A. Florescu, N. Penfold, G. Frost
- UK Nutrition Research Partnership (NRP) workshop: Improving our understanding of the metabolic interplay between nutrition and physical activity (IN-PACT) - G. A. Wallis, E. S. Chambers
- Medical Research Council Hot Topic workshop report: Planning a UK Nutrition and Healthy Life Expectancy Trial - J. Carter, J. Mathers, S. Fairweather-Tait, S. Jebb, N. Sattar, A. Jennings, A-M Minihane
- UK Nutrition Research Partnership workshop: Nutrition and frailty—opportunities for prevention and treatment - M. Ni Lochlainn, S. Robinson
- UK Nutrition Research Partnership ‘Hot Topic’ workshop report: A ‘game changer’ for dietary health – addressing the implications of sport sponsorship by food businesses through an innovative interdisciplinary collaboration - N. Gokani, A. Garde, M. Philpott, R. Ireland, R. Owens, E. Boyland
- UK Nutrition Research Partnership ‘Hot Topic’ workshop report: Vitamin D – a multi-disciplinary approach to: (1) elucidate its role in human health; (2) develop strategies to improve vitamin D status in the UK population - Lanham-New, S.A., Buttriss, J.L., Gibson-Moore, H., Staines, K., Webb, A.R., Cashman, K.D. et al.
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