Nutrition Policy Institute's senior researcher Wendi Gosliner was recently appointed as a workgroup member to the National Institutes of Health, Agriculture and Diet: Value Added for Nutrition, Translation and Adaptation in a Global Ecology, also known as the ADVANTAGE Project. The ADVANTAGE project is an effort to better understand the intersection of food systems, diet, nutrition, and health in a changing environment by addressing how the current realities of climate/environmental change are affecting dietary choices, patterns, and relevant aspects of the food system, as well as implications for specific public health outcomes of interest. This effort seeks to determine how an ecological approach can be applied to assess the nature and impact of these relationships and how to best translate the evidence generated to promote health and prevent disease. Gosliner is a member of the ADVANTAGE Working Group 5, tasked to focus on translation and implementation to support context-specific, equitable, safe and efficacious interventions, dietary guidance and standards of care in a changing environment. Working Group 5 conducted a virtual workshop on Friday, June 12, 2023, where Gosliner and collaborator Jenn Otten from the University of Washington hosted a talk and discussion titled “A Conversation about Dissemination and Translation.” The recording from their presentation is available online and their talk begins at 1:46:30.