Outgoing Presidents Message | April 7, 2020
First of all, I hope that you are all well and safe in these challenging times. I have noted below how ISRHML has rapidly mobilized to curate emerging data related to SARS-CoV-2 in human milk. It has been an honor to have served as President-elect and President of ISRHML over the past four years. I have been a member of ISRHML for 35 years and the opportunity to contribute to the leadership of the society has been a highlight of my professional career. As I transition to past President, I would like to take this opportunity to reflect upon changes to the society, acknowledge those who have made it happen, and to highlight what I view as future opportunities for ISRHML....Click here for the full letter
First ISRHML China Workshop
The first ISRHML China Workshop on Research on Human Milk and Lactation was held from 10 to 12 May 2019 at Beijing, hosted by Prof. Zhenghong Li and Prof. Danhua Wang, Peking Union Medical College Hospital. The hugely successful meeting attended by more than 100 researchers from all over China reviewed and discussed current aspects of science on human lactation, explored opportunities for collaborative research and stimulated research activities, and strengthened networking across disciplines. ISRHML expresses sincere gratitude to . Zhenghong Li, Danhua Wang and their colleagues for organizing this outstanding ISRHML workshop!
Tribute to long time ISRHML member, Richard Ehrenkranz
Through five decades, Dr. Richard “Rich” Ehrenkranz dedicated his career to neonatal medicine and research. His clinical studies shaped our understanding of infant development, and, distinctively, he revealed the relationship between preterm infant growth and neurodevelopment. Sadly, we lost this champion of neonatal research to cancer in August 2018.
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ISRHML "Changing of the Guards | March 2018
Dear ISRHML members, It is time for another “Changing of the Guards” as our leadership tenure ends on March 31st! This time, we are not only changing the President, but also the Secretary and the Treasurer.
First and foremost, I would like to thank you all for giving me the opportunity to serve ISRHML as your President-Elect and President over the past four years; it’s been a truly wonderful experience! […]
We are pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the International DOHaD Society and the International Society for Research in Human Milk and Lactation (ISRHML).
Both societies have congruent scientific goals and each strive to educate scientists, policy makers and key global organizations with regard to evidence that may impact public health. The DOHaD Society was established to “Promote research into the fetal and developmental origins of disease and involves scientists from many disciplines,” and the primary objective of ISRHML is to “Promote excellence in research on all aspects of human lactation including the composition of human milk and the effects of human milk/breastfeeding upon the infant or the mother.” […]
APHA and ISRHML Collaborate to Enhance Breastfeeding to Improve Health | March 16, 2018
Washington, D.C. / San Diego, CA, March 19, 2018 – The American Public Health Association (APHA) and the International Society for Research in Human Milk and Lactation (ISRHML) have established a partnership to foster the advancement, translation, and implementation of evidenced-based research and policy for human milk and lactation. Leaders from both organizations believe that this partnership will foster quicker translation of research from the bench to the community as it capitalizes on the broad depth of expertise, ranging from basic bench science to community intervention that is prevalent among both memberships. […]
Announcement of 2nd Annual Lawrence Award | February 23, 2018
The International Conference of Human Milk Science and Innovation (ICHMSI) is currently accepting applications for the Ruth A. Lawrence Investigator Award for Research in Human Milk Science. The award was created to encourage trainees and early career researchers to pursue original research in the area of human milk science and breastfeeding medicine, and to support to the advancement of emerging researchers in this vital area of science.
The annual award was established by the ICHMSI in 2016 in honor of Ruth A. Lawrence, MD, a piojneer in the field of human lactation and breast milk. Dr. Lawrence is among the first to champion the benefits of human milk and breastfeeding as optimal for infant health and wellbeing. The award winner will receive $10,000 plus travel expenses, and an invitation to present his or her research at the 6th Annual ICHMSI on September 5-7, 2018.
Please review the guidelines for eligibility at http://humanmilkscience.org/award.The deadline for receipt of nomination is June 15, 2018 .
ISRHML enters partnership with Global Management Partners | November 16, 2017
Dear ISRHML members, After three decades of countless volunteer hours, ISRHML has reached an important milestone and entered a partnership with Global Management Partners, LLC (GMP), a full-service association management company that will bring over 50 years of combined experience to ISRHML, providing a strong infrastructure, proven processes and systems and shared resources – particularly […]
Statement from ISRHML Executive Committee | November 11, 2017
Statement from the ISRHML Executive Committee In light of a recent controversy surrounding the participation of some of our members in a conference organized by an educational institute linked to a large food company that manufactures infant formula, the Executive Committee of the International Society for Research in Human Milk and Lactation […]
Next Application Deadline: 1 December for TTF Applications | May 28, 2017
DEADLINES Trainee Bridge Fund (TBF) application deadline: 30 June Trainee Travel Fund (TTF) application deadline: 1 December (of prior year) and 30 June Selection decisions by the Revision Board: 1 March (TTF only) and 1 September TTF and TBF Earliest start date of the funded activity: 1 April (TTF only) and 1 October TTF and […]