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Three European vitamin D conferences will take place in September 2017

Posted on: June 8, 2017   by  Vitamin D Council


Conference season is just around the corner! We have three vitamin D conferences coming up starting this September in Poland, Greece and Ireland.

The Vitamin D and Health in Europe: Current and Future Perspectives Conference will be held on September 5th and 6th at the University College Cork in Cork, Ireland. This conference will focus on dietary requirements for vitamin D, food strategies for tackling inadequacy of vitamin D intake and status, vitamin D and health outcomes in adults, vitamin D in pregnancy and early life and more. Check out their website for more information, or to register for the conference.

Next, Vitamin D – Minimum, Maximum, Optimum, will be held in Warsaw, Poland on September 22-23rd. We are very excited to have our Executive Director, Missy Sturges, attend this meeting as a representative of the Vitamin D Council. Interested in attending? Register here.

The last conference, the first Euro Mediterranean Scientific Vitamin D Workshop: Vitamin D in the Prevention of Extraskeletal Health Disparities during Adult Life will take place in Thessaloniki, Greece on September 29th. It will be held at AHEPA University Hospital and will feature several vitamin D experts as featured speakers. If you are interested in more information, visit the conference registration website.

1 Response to Three European vitamin D conferences will take place in September 2017

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    Any relationship with vitamin D deficiency in cloudy Ireland and higher incidences of Schizophrenia? Jim

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