Developmental Origins of Health and Disease - Summer Course 2022 - Innovations to Address Gaps in Knowledge
The OHSU Center for Developmental Health is pleased to announce the second annual mini-course on the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD), to be held this year in-person.
Dates: Sunday-Tuesday, August 21-23, 2022
Location: OHSU, Portland, Oregon
Registration: Register here for the course
Course content will include: The social determinants of health, stressors and neuro development, heart development, development of metabolic systems, lactation and obesity, impact of assisted reproductive therapy, THC and reproductive outcomes, early pregnancy biomarkers, and the role of nutrition in the Alaska Native population.
This course is designed for graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and early stage faculty who are interested in the long-term consequences of developmental programming.
Visit the OHSU website for speaker information, including keynotes, and lodging options for those who are traveling from out of town.