NESR systematic review projects answer important public health questions, with a particular focus on disease prevention, by searching for, evaluating, analyzing, and synthesizing the body of scientific evidence on topics relevant to Federal policy and programs.
NESR systematic review projects are completed using a rigorous and protocol-driven methodology.
Our methods are designed to maximize transparency, minimize bias, and ensure the availability of systematic reviews that are relevant, timely, and high quality. Each NESR project is are completed in a collaborative manner. The NESR team, who have extensive training and experience in reviewing and synthesizing food and nutrition-related research, works with groups of experts to review the state of the science on various nutrition and health topics.
Visit the links below to access NESR’s completed and/or on-going projects.