Diet and Chronic Unresolved Inflammation: Implications for Obesity-Associated Complications will focus on interdisciplinary and translational approaches in the context of diet and nutrition to effectively prevent and treat chronic inflammation associated with obesity and its associated complications.
Virtual Seminar with Carla Prado, PhD, “Body Composition in Research and Clinical Settings: From Assessment to Targeted Nutrition Interventions,” Director, Human Nutrition Research Unit, University of Alberta
In-Person Seminar with Herman Pontzer, PhD, Associate Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology and Global Health, Duke University
Virtual Seminar with Juhaeri Juhaeri, PhD, “A Career in Biopharmaceutical Industry,” Vice President and Head of Epidemiology and Benefit-Risk, Sanofi
In-Person Seminar with Rick Woychik, PhD, Director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)
Virtual Seminar with Marc Cook, PhD, Associate Professor of Exercise Physiology and Immunology, North Carolina A&T State University
Virtual Seminar with Katherine A. Sauder, "Intergenerational Obesity and Diabetes: Strategies for Breaking the Vicious Cycle," Associate Professor of Pediatric Nutrition, University of Colorado School of Medicine
Four prizes of $250 each will be awarded in the following categories: best undergraduate student poster, best undergraduate student oral presentation, best graduate student poster, and best graduate student oral presentation.
The 3rd Annual Pilot and Feasibility Program Symposium will be held in-person on Wednesday, April 12, 2023 from 1:30 – 3:15 PM EST in the Blue Cross Blue Shield Auditorium of the Michael Hooker Research Center. The P&F Program Symposium will take place immediately after the 2nd Annual Student Research Symposium.
In-Person Seminar with Lawrence David, "Using DNA Sequencing to Assess Global Diets" Associate Professor, Duke University
Virtual Seminar with Qi (Harry) Zhang, PhD, "The Relationship Between the Perception of WIC Breastfeeding Recommendation and Participants' Breastfeeding Outcomes," Professor and Director, PhD Program in Health Services Research, School of Community and Environmental Health, Old Dominion University