Investing in the future
The ILSI North America Future Leader Award, given annually to promising nutrition and food scientists, allows new investigators the opportunity to add to an existing project or to conduct exploratory research that might not receive funding from other sources or add to an existing project. Consideration will be given to individuals proposing research in the areas of experimental nutrition, nutrition and toxicology, and nutrition and food science. Grants extend for a period of 2 years at a funding level of $15,000 USD per year. Funds may not be used for overhead or to support the investigator's salary. For more information, please contact Courtney McComber at firstname.lastname@example.org or click here: 2018 Future Leader Announcement
Future Leader Award Recipients
University of Alabama at Birmingham
"Nutrition-toxicity interactions in Daphnia pulex, developing an alternative model organism for early life exposures"Joann McDermid, PhD
"Forging an understanding of the double-edged iron sword and immunity"
The Babcock-Hart Award is given to an individual who has made distinguished contributions to food technology resulting in improved public health through some aspect of nutrition or development of more nutritious foods. The winner receives a check for $3,000 USD, which is presented at the annual meeting of the Institute of Food Technologists (www.ift.org). For more information, please contact Courtney McComber at email@example.com.
The Mary Swartz Rose Memorial Graduate Award is given to a promising graduate student working toward a doctorate in dietetics. Although ILSI North America provides the funding ($2,500 USD), the award is administered by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetice (www.eatright.org). For more information, please contact Courtney McComber at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Zeynep Madad-Erdogan, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Giuliana Noratto, Washington State University
YuanYuan Li, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Hang Xiao, University of Massachusetts – Amherst
Katie Smith, Iowa State University, Ames
Richard Eisenstein, University of Wisconsin
Nikhil Dhurandhar, Texas Tech University
Patrick Stover, PhD, Cornell University
Robert Chapkin, PhD, Texas A&M University
Margherita Cantorna, PhD Pennsylvania State University
The Movers and Shakers Award is given to ILSI North America members who consistently play key roles in bringing programs and projects of the organization to completion. Members receive a plaque and recognition at the ILSI North America Annual Meeting. For more information, please contact Courtney McComber at email@example.com.
Paul Hanlon, PhD, Abbott Nutrition
Kristin Rubin, PhD, Kraft Heinz Company
Sharon Weiss, ILSI North America
Dan Skyrpec, PhD, Mondelez International
Jean Anderson, PhD, General Mills Inc.
Doug Balentine, PhD, Unilever
Doris Tancredi, PhD, Mondelez
Margaret Leahy, PhD, The Coca-Cola Company
Les Smoot, Nestlé USA