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NEON: The Network in Epidemiology and Nutrition

NEON is a Swedish national network for scientists and practitioners with an interest in nutritional epidemiology and methodological issues related to studies of diet and health. 

NEON is independent from industry and does not receive any funding from industrial organizations.

The aim of the network is to strengthen Swedish nutritional epidemiology research by promoting collaboration, competence and resources.

Upcoming Events


National meeting in Malmö 14-15 September 2020: “Dietary biomarkers”


It will also be possible to join the meeting by Zoom

More information will be posted soon!



ICDAM 2020 17-20/5

As previously informed, the ICDAM2020 conference will be postponed until further nocice.


ICDAM is the only international conference solely devoted to improving methods and measures for both diet and physical activity. The Division of Human Nutrition and Health of Wageningen University and Research is delighted to host ICDAM 2020 in Ede, Netherlands.

The theme of ICDAM 2020 is Diet and Activity Assessment: A Global 2020 Vision. We invite you to browse the preliminary program at a glance, learn about Ede and the beautiful Veluwe region, or jump right to the call for submissions. We are currently accepting proposals for pre-conference workshops, conference symposia, and satellite meetings. The call for abstracts for oral and poster presentations will open on August 15th.

Contact Information

Anna Winkvist
University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden

Phone: +46 31 786 37 28

Contact page





Guidelines for reporting nutritional epidemiology.



The 6th edition of the Nordic Nutrition Recommendations

To become a member

Apply for membership in NEON

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