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Work With Us

The Sackler Institute for Nutrition Science offers numerous options for organizations and individuals who wish to work with us, and our partnership guidelines provide a rigorous and transparent framework for managing cross-sectoral relationships and conflict of interest disclosure.

Need answers? Build a dedicated Think Tank focused on your area of interest

We partner with organizations to seek answers on a variety of topics across the nutrition spectrum. By facilitating brainstorming among diverse groups, building consensus, and designing roadmaps, we can build solutions that use nutrition science for public health.

Work with us to develop a project calibrated to your needs. Contact Gilles Bergeron: 

Support our Initiatives, Working Groups, or Research Fund

Your organization can play an integral role in helping us expand current activities or develop a new course of action.

If you are interested in supporting our work, contact: Gilles Bergeron: 

Collaborate with us

As a Presenting Partner

Presenting partners provide substantial financial support for a scientific conference or a technical workshop.  Roles and responsibilities are formally laid out in a Letter of Agreement and partners are closely associated with content development in collaboration with the Scientific Organizing Committee. As a presenting partner, your organization:

  • Can nominate a scientist with relevant expertise to the Scientific Organizing Committee
  • Is acknowledged on event marketing and enduring materials (if applicable)
  • Is allocated 5- 20 complimentary event registrations (depending on contribution level) for employees or affiliates

Note that partners are not permitted to promote their products during the conference, or in conference communications. Unless all costs are defrayed by a presenting partner, the Sackler Institute has full autonomy to seek additional support.

As a Sponsor

Sponsors provide financial support in furtherance of an already established scientific conference or working group (topic is decided and scientific organizing committee has been assembled). Sponsors receive corresponding recognition for their support in live and enduring activity materials related to the conference, but are not engaged in activity development. The role of the sponsor is clearly stated alongside the support they provide. Sponsors gain visibility among an audience that shares similar interests.

Questions? Contact Gilles Bergeron