Primary tabs

Registration is now open.

Nutrition Futures 2018 (formerly the Student Conference) will be a diverse and interactive experience for all nutrition science students and graduates.

Conference attendees will have the opportunity to gain knowledge across a range of disciplines and areas of nutrition research, in a developmental and supportive environment.

Nutrition Futures 2018 will feature thought-provoking lectures by speakers from a variety of universities, and unique professional development sessions intended to help students develop essential skills. The conference will include a careers panel enabling engagement with representatives from the charity, media and communications, sports nutrition, political, industry, and academic sectors.

Opportunity to present your research

There will opportunity for delegates from across the nutrition community to present their research within the Original Communication and lightening sessions.

Deadline for abstract submissions to present in the Original Communication and lightning sessions: EXTENDED until midnight on Wednesday 1 August 2018.

What is the Nutrition Society Student Section?

The Student Section is formed of students from across the UK and Ireland who have volunteered to represent the students in their geographical area and their own University, creating a direct link with their peers and the Nutrition Society.  The Section has two co-chairs who represent students on The Nutrition Society Advisory Council to highlight views and opinions on behalf of nutrition students from across the country. Working alongside the Section Co-Chairs, the Student Section helps promote the benefits of Nutrition Society membership and organises the annual Student Conference (Nutrition Futures 2018), as well as networking and career development sessions during other Society events.

Who should attend?

Nutrition Futures 2018 is suitable for undergraduates and postgraduates studying or having studied on nutrition related courses, as well as prospective students intending to study food and nutrition or dietetics related subjects. 

Share