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EDInenceJWaAICoCaaplyzLifMoCaoncovpocresocInWomoconCaresconFNaCoSgenFood and Nutrition Service 2nd Na-tional Nutrition Education Confer-ence: Nutrition Connections: People,Programs, Science, Community. ThisUSenanrenhibensiothewiornufininfi942TeOTimgeMespauSpmitiozatDisturanliv65orgordINuDterIntgencontifiarehoverabadtopopconposFucan(www.nutrigenomics.ilsi.org) or by con-tacting Veronita Rusli, MSc, at 65-6352-5220 (phone), 65-6352-5536(fax), or ilsi.nutrigenomicsconf@ABAwADwiJsisofofrecThKividtritioA2CODfoism(ePevASDAS. Riverside Plaza, Suite 2000,Chicago, IL 60606; journal@eatright.org; 312/899-4829; or fax,TWmysfibtinhIis115Department of Agriculture confer- ilsisea.org.sg.312/899-4812.2 Journal of the AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION 2005 by the American Dietetic Associationfrom thUCATIONAL EVENTSternational Research Confer-ce on Food, Nutrition, and Can-r, Washington, DCuly 14-15, 2005, Hyatt Regencyshington Hotel, Washington, DC,CR/WCRF International Researchnference on Food, Nutrition, andncer. The latest research and itsplications will be reported, ana-ed, and debated. Topics include:e Course Approach; Experimentaldels, Nutritional Interactions inncer Prevention; Temporal EffectsCancer Treatment; and New Dis-eries through Nutrigenomics. Op-rtunity for continuing educationdit from the American Dietetic As-iation. Sponsored by the Americanstitute for Cancer Research andrld Cancer Research Fund. Forre information and registrationtact the American Institute forncer Research at 202/328-7744,earch@aicr.org, or www.aicr.org/ference/.ood and Nutrition Service 2ndtional Nutrition Educationnferenceeptember 12-14, 2005, Hyatt Re-cy Crystal City, Arlington, VA,DA CALENDAR005 Food & Nutritiononference & Expoctober 22-25, St Louis, MOe assocce features motivating speakersd policymakers, interactive concur-t sessions, poster sessions, and ex-its, all within a healthy meetingvironment. Continuing Profes-nal Education (CPE) credits fromAmerican Dietetic Associationll also be offered. To find out moreregister, visit: www.fns.usda.gov/tritionconference or contact In-ity Conference Group at icg@nityconferences.com or 703/925-55.2nd Annual World Food Dayleconferencectober 14, 2005, 12-3PM Easterne. Reflections on Fighting Hun-r: Roads not Taken, Goals nott, the Journey Ahead. Featuringecial guest Frances Moore Lappe,thor of Diet for a Small Planet.onsored by the US National Com-ttee for World Food Day, a coali-n of 450 nongovernmental organi-ions that includes the Americanetetic Association. CEUs anddy/action packet included. For ar-gements to show the free satellitee teleconference, contact 202/3-2404 or www.worldfooddayusa.. For a small fee, a tape can beered after the broadcast.nternational Conference ontrigenomicsecember 7-9, 2005, Singapore, In-national Life Sciences Institute 1sternational Conference on Nutri-omics: Opportunities in Asia. Theference will highlight global scien-c development and research in thea of nutrientgene interactions andw they are influenced by genetic di-sity, dietary patterns, food avail-ility, and choices. The conference willdress the relevance of nutrigenomicsmeet public health needs of Asianulations. The 3-day conference willsist of plenary sessions, symposia,ter sessions, and special workshops.rther information on the conferencebe obtained through the Web siteiationPEOPLE & EVENTSOUT PEOPLEardsA member Jerrilyn Burrowesns Joel D. Kopple Awarderrilyn Burrowes, PhD, RD, an as-tant professor in the DepartmentNutrition at the C.W. Post CampusLong Island University, is the 2005ipient of the Joel D. Kopple Award.e award, given by the Nationaldney Foundation, honors an indi-ual who has made significant con-butions to the field of renal nutri-n.eadline for submitting materialr the People and Events sectionthe first of the month, threeonths before the date of the issueg, May 1 for the August issue).ublication of an educationalent is not an endorsement by thessociation of the event of sponsor.end material to: Ryan Lipscomb,epartment Editor, Journal of themerican Dietetic Association, 120ell Us Your Issue . . .e care about the concerns of ADAembers and want to hear fromou. There are four easy ways toubmit your issues:E-mailissuesmgmt@eatright.org.Fax 312/899-4790.Phone 800/877-1600 ext 5000.Contact your delegate.You will receive immediate con-rmation that your message haseen received and action will beaken within 2 months. For moreformation, visit ADAs memberome page and click on Memberssues or visit www.eatright.org/sues.