Early Career Network
The NuGO Early Career Network is an enthusiastic group of early-career researchers in the field of nutrigenomics. The ECN aims to bring these researchers together to promote a sense of community in this field, develop ideas, provide networking and collaboration opportunities, as well as training opportunities. We achieve this via in-person meetups at the NuGO Annual Research Conference and other conferences, aiding the provision of NuGO grants for ECRs and running regular webinars and training sessions.
Here you find more information on the the NuGO ECN webinar series 2022!
Here you find information on the new Frontiers for Young Minds (FYM) , the Nutrigenomics Collection entitled
"New ways to understand how foods affect me and my health" in which ECN participated.
The NuGO Early Career Network is supported by the ECN Committee.
- Dr. Fiona Malcomson (University of Newcastle, UK)
- Dr. Aimee Dordevic (Monash University, AU)
- Dr. Eva Rath (Technische Universität München, DE)
- Dr. Laura Bordoni (University of Camerino, IT)
Fiona Malcomson represents the ECN on the NuGO Management Board.
Aimee Dordevic represents the ECN on the Bioinformatics Working Group.
If you would like to join this fantastic network of early-career researchers, please email: [email protected].
The ECN is open to any early-career scientist who is undertaking a post-graduate degree (e.g. MSc, PhD) or is within seven years of completing such degree, and is engaged nutrigenomics research.