The Human Nutrition & Metabolism Research and Training
Center (HNMRC) Graz is a University of Graz-based institution funded by the Zukunftsfonds of the Government of Styria and associated with a professorship in Human Nutrition and Clinical Nutrition. It is built up of academic members of the three universities of
Graz, KFUG, MUG, and TUG, and other universities and research institutions in Austria (Medical Universities of Salzburg and Vienna) and abroad (Charité Berlin; Linus Pauling Institute, Oregon State University; CRNH Clermont-Ferrand; HNRC on Ageing, Tufts University; Harvard University), as well as
industrial partners (e.g., DSM Nutritional Products) and small and medium sized
enterprises (SMEs). The mission of the HNMRC Graz is focused on three major areas, including research and development (R&D;), translation and dissemination (T&D;), and education and training (E&T;).