ABOUT IANA (International Academy Nutrition and Aging)

The International Academy Nutrition & Aging contributes to developing :

• Scientific activities and their industrial applications
• Informative and training programs about Nutrition and Aging.

AIM

The International Academy Nutrition & Aging contributes to developing :

• Scientific activities and their industrial applications
• Informative and training programs about Nutrition and Aging.

AREA OF ACTIVITIES

• Nutritional needs of older people
• Nutritional prevention of pathologies associated with aging
• Nutrition and longevity
• Nutrition and quality of aging
• Malnutrition : causes and consequences
• Oral and enteral feeding
• Functional foods
• Sarcopenia
• Frailly
• Nutrition Cognitive decline and Alzheimer.

MEMBERS

• Renowned scientific personalities
• Industrial business groups directly interested in development of research and applications about Nutrition and Aging.

ACTIONS

• Dispaching of a monthly communique exclusively to the members of the Academy devoted to:
→ Research and nutrition actions : grant proposals, financing, teams involved, work progress and results
→ Strong points of recent publications
→ Significant information coming from meetings and personal contacts.

• Organising of :
→ A yearly scientific meeting : alternately in the U.S.A. (Albuquerque) and in Europe
→ Workshops on topics chosen by the Operational Committee.
• Presenting activities of the Academy and of the members in the Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging

• Contributing to development of nutrition research :

→ By suggesting research topics
→ By involvement in research programs
→ By awarding prizes to original scientific works about Nutrition and Aging, which produced outstanding contributions in this area.

The Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging (JNHA)

• The Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging is the Official Journal of the International Academy Nutrition & Aging.
• It is indexed in Medline/Index Medicus. Starting 2009 the JNHA is distributed by SPRINGER


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