12 – 4:30 p.m. EDT
The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will host a virtual workshop that aims to explore the connections between circadian rhythms and nutrition as it relates to the development of cardiometabolic disease. Academic and clinical investigators will discuss emerging research linking circadian and nutrition science. They also will identify opportunities to apply these discoveries into clinical practice to improve prevention, treatment, and health outcomes.
Session topics include:
- Basic-to-Translational Research
- Meal Timing, Eating Patterns, and Human Health Outcomes
- Nutrition Priorities from Federal Partners
- Clinical Evidence for Effective Interventions
This free workshop, which is open to the public, aligns with the goals of the NIH Common Fund’s Nutrition for Precision Health powered by the All of Us Research Program, NHLBI nutrition research priorities, and the NIH Sleep Research Plan.
View the agenda and learn more about the workshop.
For logistical questions or to request reasonable accommodations to take part in this event, email Workshop Coordinator Deidre O’Neill at NHLBIWorkshopSupport@nih.gov. For programmatic questions, email Workshop Organizer Dr. Shilpy Dixit at firstname.lastname@example.org.