ASN WALKING CHALLENGE – Starts at $10,000

Engage with the nutrition community and promote healthy lifestyles by supporting the ASN Walking Challenge. Attendees will register to compete in a meeting-long competition to see who takes the most steps. Participants can use their own fitness trackers or pick one up onsite. “Scan in” kiosks will be available for participants to receive current results. Cumulative results will be posted on video screens, and top steppers will be recognized. Supporter will be prominently displayed in app, leaderboard, webpage. Your booth can also be incorporated into this challenge to drive traffic.

NETWORKING EVENTS – $5,000

Faculty members from nutrition, food science and other related biomedical sciences value the opportunity to gather to share successes, challenges and innovations in undergraduate and graduate education. This community continues to grow each year, and ASN hopes to offer expanded events with corporate support.

FELLOWS & PAST PRESIDENTS LUNCHEON – $5,000

This prestigious event h

onors luminaries in the field of nutrition – ASN Fellows, the highest honor that the Society bestows; Past-Presidents, high profile leaders in the nutrition community; and 50-year members. Attendees purchase tickets to the luncheon, and your support helps offset the costs of this popular event. Recognition at the event and the ability to attend is included.

SPORTS NUTRITION & PERFORMANCE RESEARCH COMMUNITY NETWORKING EVENT – $10,000

Recognizing the growing number of researchers with an interest in sports nutrition and performance, ASN once again will conduct a networking event to build this scientific community. This event will be held in partnership with the Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitian Association and scientists doing research in protein, energy and macronutrient metabolism and other related areas will be invited to attend. Researchers will meet practitioners who are translating findings into practice and learn how they can best collaborate to advance the field.

GLOBAL NUTRITION COUNCIL RECEPTION – $15,000

This popular event that convenes the global nutrition community provides opportunities for interaction among young and senior investigators. This is an excellent opportunity for your company to show your involvement and support of the global nutrition community.

SUNRISE BOOTCAMP – $10,000

Attendees can join their colleagues for a sunrise exercise session hosted by personal trainers. Your support provides exclusive branding on all conference pre-conference marketing onsite signage. Your logo will also appear on the T-shirt given to each day’s participants.

ASN SPEED MENTORING EVENT – $5,000

An event of ASN’s Student Interest Group (SIG) and Early Career Nutrition (ECN) Interest Group
This vibrant event is similar to the concept of speed dating and allows students an opportunity to speak with mentors from a variety of sectors (academia, industry, government, etc.) and gain insight into a variety of career paths. Students have the chance to rotate through several groups of mentors and participate in open networking, as well.

ASN POSTDOC AND YOUNG PROFESSIONAL NETWORKING EVENT – $3,500

An event of the Early Career Interest Group
The ASN Early Career Nutrition (ECN) Interest Group is proud to organize their annual mixer for young professional and postdoctoral members. An honored guest will speak and light refreshments will be served. This is an event designed for our early career members to network and discuss the challenges and victories associated with embarking on a career in the nutrition and dietetics field.

RESEARCH INTEREST GROUPS – $2,500 – $10,000

ASN’s Research Interest Sections (RIS) are vibrant scientific communities that are vital to advancing nutrition science. The sections conduct a variety of activities such as hot-topic discussions, mentoring session, and other networking events. Support levels vary depending on type of function. We would be delighted to review 2018/19 plans with you! Below are ASN’s current Research Interest Sections:

  • Aging and Chronic Disease
  • Carotenoid and Retinoid Interactive Group (CARIG)
  • Community and Public Health Nutrition
  • Diet and Cancer
  • Dietary Bioactive Components
  • Energy and Macronutrient Metabolism
  • Experimental Animal Nutrition
  • Maternal, Perinatal, and Pediatric Nutrition
  • Nutritient-Gene Interactions
  • Nutrition Education and Behavioral Science
  • Nutrition Translation
  • Nutritional Epidemiology
  • Nutritional Immunology and Inflammation
  • Nutritional Microbiology
  • Obesity
  • Vitamins and Minerals

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:

Keith Dillon, Senior Director, Corporate Affairs/Vice President, ASN Foundation at kdillon@nutrition.org and 240-428-3601.

All sponsorship items are subject to change and availability.

Per ACCME’s Standards for Commercial Support it is prohibited to include company logos and product listings of any commercial interests in educational materials and disclosure of commercial support. A commercial interest is defined as any entity producing, marketing, re-selling, or distributing health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients.