August 2010 People & Events
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SeCoVatioinv23anendreanantioitipresentations, public forums, andexhibits will focus on the risk reduc-tion theme and stress new integrativeapproaches to cardiovascular dis-ea
OcHotheReianogihecunuthetreconHiThoptables and a poster session. CPEUand CME credits are pending. Formore information please visit www.aicr.org/conference, e-mail research@
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mbers often inquire about donat-their old Journals to a good cause,
t dont know where to start. Theb site for the Health Sciences Li-ry at the University of Buffalo pro-es a list of organizations that ac-t donations of old journals andistribute them to developing coun-
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ernational Society of Hypertensioneting
ptember 26-30, 2010, Vancouvernvention and Exhibition Centre,ncouver, BC, Canada. The Interna-nal Society of Hypertension (ISH)ites you to participate in their
rd Scientific Meeting, ISH 2010,d meet with the worlds leading sci-tific and medical specialists to ad-ss the current state of knowledge
d research in cardiovascular healthd risk reduction. Keynote presenta-ns, industry- and investigator-in-ated symposia, oral and poster
DA CALENDAR010 ADA Food & Nutritiononference & Expoovember 6-9, 2010;oston, MA
011 ADA Food & Nutritiononference & Expoeptember 24-27, 2011;an Diego, CAe assocference on Genetics, Nutrition, andess
tober 5-8, 2010, Ancient Olympia,eece. The Center for Genetics, Nu-tion and Health announces the up-
ing Inaugural Conference of therld Council on Genetics, Nutrition
d Fitness for Health on Healthyriculture, Healthy Nutrition andalthy People. For more informa-n, including registration, visit www.h.net/wcgnfh/hahnhp.
diometabolic Health Congress
tober 20-23, 2010, Sheraton Hotel,ston, MA. The 2010 Cardiometa-lic Health Congress (CMHC) is athering of more than 1,500 of
sharpest minds in dyslipidemia,e 2 diabetes, hypertension, obe-
y, chronic kidney disease, and in-lin resistance, as they join world-owned clinicians, academics, andstigious professional societies tolore, debate, and translate the lat-clinical data into practical and ef-
tive strategies to improve patienttcomes. CMHC is a comprehensivedical education meeting that pro-es clinicians with the tools andatment strategies to diagnose cardio-tabolic risk and treat appropriately touce CVD. For more information, visitp://www.cardiometabolichealth.org.
erican Institute for Cancer Researchnual Research Conference
tober 21-22, 2010, Capital Hiltontel, Washington, DC. Each year
American Institute for Cancersearch (AICR) welcomes dietit-s, clinical investigators, epidemiol-sts, basic scientists, and otheralth professionals interested in dis-ssing the latest research on food,trition, and physical activity asy relate to cancer prevention,atment, and survival. This yearsference will be held at the Capital
lton Hotel in Washington, DC.ere will be a number of networkingportunities, including RD round-iationPEOPLE & EVENTSOUT PEOPLE
urnal Writer Wins Nutritiondia Awardrian Boyce, a freelance writer forJournal, was chosen as the 2010
ipient of the Indiana Dietetic As-iations Nutrition in the Newsard for his January 2010 article,
andemics Arent Just for People:w Disease Can Affect Crops andFood Supply. This award is pre-ted to a professional in the mediat uses registered dietitians as a
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PEOPLE & EVENTS
6 August 2010 Volume 110 Number 8ource, shows a commitment to-rd promotion of accurate nutritionormation, and creates consumer-endly reports. The criteria includeing RDs for resources and quotes,moting ADA campaigns, accuracy,
jectivity and evidence of continuedmitment.
Collum Named First President ofndler University
A member Glenna R. McCollum,D, MPH, RD, has been named thest President of Chandler Univer-y in Chandler, AZ, beginning July2010. McCollum, a member of theA Board of Directors as speaker ofHouse of Delegates, is a recognized
der in Arizona and has been in edu-ional leadership since 1990. She isavid proponent of postsecondary ed-tion and training, particularly in a
rld changed by technology and glob-zation. Steve Cooper, CEO of Camel-ck Education Group, states, Drenna McCollum is the excellentice to lead Chandler University. Sheentrepreneurial and understandshe educational markets. Her localdership will assure we are meetingneeds of the Chandler community,
lping to create the next legacy ofandler. Her national involvementll assure distance education opportu-ies and niche market training.andler University will begin as anline university offering high-qualitygrams in business, computer sci-
ce, education, liberal arts, nursing,trition, and sustainability.
bin Orr, PhD, RD, May 2010,s an extension specialist for theiversity of Illinois and a state andtional leader in community nutri-n education. Orr held a doctoratenutrition, marketing, and gerontol-
from Iowa State University, ands an extension specialist at Iowate University and owner of a busi-
ss called Creative Eating in Ames,, before joining the University ofnois in 1993. Since 2008, she ledo community nutrition educationgrams. She was honored by Illi-
is Governor Pat Quinn, who namedrch 19, 2010, Robin A. Orr DayIllinois, and the first Robin A.
r Community Partnership Awards
re presented to recognize programsmoting healthy eating, physicalivity, and partnerships to address
esity and diabetes in Illinois. Theently established Robin Orr Foodd Nutrition Fund will be used fortetic student scholarships and in-nships, a lecture series, and grantsnutrition education programs.
RATUMthe article Development of a Dietality Index with Special ReferenceMicronutrient Adequacy for Ado-cent Girls Consuming a Lacto-Veg-rian Diet by Chiplonkar and Tupet appeared in the June 2010 Jour-l (pp 926-931), there is an error inble 1 on page 928. The AMQI score
Food variety based on all sub-ups and weekly variety in vegeta-s and fruits should be 5, not 50,the scoring criteria 10, and 0
her than a blank line for the scor-criteria 5.