BPNRC PHD student Javier Gonzalez has been invited to attend the Rank Prize mini symposium on Sports Nutrition in November.
The Rank Prize Funds is a charitable organisation which seeks to recognise excellence in specific fields of research and reward innovators for their dedication and outstanding contribution.
The normal format of mini-symposia is for some ten leading scientists in a particular field to be invited to meet with twenty or so younger researchers (under the age of 30) for 2 1/2 days for talks and discussions.
Javier will be giving a presentation entitled 'The pre-exercise meal: implications for energy balance, metabolism and appetite.' This is a prestigious invitation only event and so an excellent achievement for Javier!
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