Congratulations to Prof. Bo Lonnerdal, BINC Scientific Advisor, for the 2019 ASN Lifetime Achievement Award
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On June 8th -11th , the 83rd annual symposium of American Society for Nutrition (ASN) held in Baltimore, USA. Prof. Bo Lonnerdal, scientific advisor of Biostime Institution of Nutritionand Care (BINC), received the Robert Suskind and Leslie Lewinter-Suskind Pediatric Nutrition Lifetime Achievement Award. Awarded bythe Suskind family, the award recognizes clinicians or researchers who havemade significant contributions to the field of pediatric nutrition. Here, BINC warmly congratulates Prof. Bo Lonnerdal on winning the honor.


Founded in 1928, as a non-profit organization, the mission of ASN is “To Advance the Science,Education and Practice of Nutrition”; Promote research and cooperation amongresearchers in nutrition, medicine and related fields; Support communicationand applications in nutrition science, to improve global public health andclinical practice; Promote education and training of medical postgraduate;Provide reliable nutrition information, etc. The theme of the conference is“Where the Best in Science &Health Meet”.Prof. Bo Lonnerdal was invited asa recipient of this year's the Robert Suskind and Leslie Lewinter-Suskind Pediatric Nutrition Lifetime Achievement Award and presented a speech entitled"Breast milk - the optimal functional food".

Prof. Bo Lonnerdal won the honor of Nutrition Lifetime Achievement Award and presenting


Bo Lonnerdal is the outstanding professor of nutrition and medicine of UC Davis, who consultant, the founder of the international society for the study ofbreast milk and lactation (ISRHML). He is the member of American Society forNutritional Sciences (ASNS), American Society for Clinical Nutrition (ASCN), European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition (ESPGHAN), International Society for Research on Human Milk and Lactation (ISRHML). Prof. Bo Lonnerdal's research focuses on baby/pediatric nutrition and trace elementmetabolism, published more than 600 research papers, book chapters andmonographs.


Prof. Bo Lonnerdal has been a board member of the BINC Scientific Advisory since 2015, and he is deeply involved in BINC's academic activities, such as BINC annual symposium, BINC Scientific Advisory Committee Meeting, BINC Satellite meeting of international conferences etc. He is also one of the main investigators of the OPN clinical research project initiated by Biostime. Prof. Bo Lonnerdal has contributed greatly to BINC's academic communication, funding programme review and scientific research, BINC also looking forward to work with him continuously in the future to jointly promotethe innovative development of pediatric nutrition research.

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