OHSU Developmental Origins of Health and Disease Summer Course 2023

Final Schedule now available!

Dates: August 7-9, 2023
Location: OHSU, Portland, Oregon, USA
Cost: $200 USD


DOHaD: First Principles and Future Directions

The OHSU Center for Developmental Health is pleased to announce the third annual mini course on the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD).

This is a course designed for graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and early-stage faculty who are interested in the long-term consequences of developmental programming.

Presentations from nationally recognized experts will include social determinants of DOHaD, epidemiological models and gaps in knowledge, DOHaD mechanisms impacting pathophysiology and the promise of prevention and intervention. Registrants will have the opportunity to present their own DOHaD research during the course.

Visit our website for speaker information including keynotes - and lodging options for those who are traveling from out of town.

If you have any questions, please email Kim Rogers


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