Report of a member-led meeting: how stable isotope techniques can enhance human nutrition research.
Fielding BA., Griffin BA., Hall W., Hodson L., Antoni R., Umpleby AM., Robertson T., Preston T., Brook M., Pinnick K.
A Nutrition Society member-led meeting was held on 9 January 2020 at The University of Surrey, UK. Sixty people registered for the event, and all were invited to participate, either through chairing a session, presenting a '3 min lightning talk' or by presenting a poster. The meeting consisted of an introduction to the topic by Dr Barbara Fielding, with presentations from eight invited speakers. There were also eight lightning talks and a poster session. The meeting aimed to highlight recent research that has used stable isotope tracer techniques to understand human metabolism. Such studies have irrefutably shaped our current understanding of metabolism and yet remain a mystery to many. The meeting aimed to de-mystify their use in nutrition research.