Upcoming Events

DOHaD Summer Course 2022
DOHaD: Innovations to Address Gaps in Knowledge

Keynote Speakers

Kent Thornburg, Ph.D., Interim Director of the OHSU Knight
Cardiovascular Institute and Director of both the Center for
Developmental Health and the Moore Institute for Nutrition &
Wellness.
Paolo Rinaudo, M.D., Ph.D., Professor, OB/Gyn, Reproductive
Sciences, School of Medicine, University of California, San
Francisco.

Dates: Sunday-Tuesday, Aug. 21-23, 2022

Location: Portland, OR

Registration: Register for the course (www.ohsu.edu/dohadsummercourse)
Cost: $150

Questions: Email rogerki@ohsu.edu


2022 DOHaD World Congress meeting
Vancouver, British Columbia
August 27-31, 2022
https://www.dohad2022.com
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The Company of Biologists Workshop
Developmental Metabolism and the Origins of Health and Disease

OVER 20 GUEST SPEAKERS!

Dates: October 24 to October 27, 2022

Location: Buxted Park, East Sussex, UK

Click here for the website and more information!


PAST EVENTS

DOHaD Worldwide Webinar Series:
January 26, 2022

Join Drs. John Challis, Janice Bailey, Kristin Connor and special guests as we introduce you to what is in store for the 2022 DOHaD World Congress: Social and Environmental Disruptions in DOHaD: Successful Interventions for a Healthy Future! Learn about the exciting scientific programme and activities planned for the World Congress to be held in Vancouver, Canada this August 2022, and the attractions in and around the city of Vancouver as you plan your trip to Canada’s beautiful west coast! Have your questions answered at the end of the webinar. Join us live at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=boAh5tK-a60&list=PLs-HHc-jm_8qaMdApoYu0tAL32oXXMmz1



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Registration open for PPTOX-VII Reawakening: Jan 10-13, 2022
The 2022 International Prenatal Programing & Toxicity (PPTOX) meeting , the seventh such international gathering, will be held virtually on January 10-13th, 2022. PPTOX-VII will include a mixture of invited front-line presentations, video sessions and live discussions with prominent colleagues, contributed oral presentations and posters, a Trainee Forum and targeted discussions. This 4-day virtual meeting will consist of short 5 hours days to permit real time interactions across the globe. We hope that this PPTOX conference will attract toxicologists, epidemiologists, pediatricians, endocrinologists, basic biologists and other specialists, educators, and regulators with an interest in environmental health, developmental toxicity, and human disease etiologies.
Click Here to Submit Abstracts
Deadline to submit: November 29th, 2021
Register here

Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS)
Virtual Forum
September 28-29, 2021
Healthy Start, Life-Long Impact: Eradicating Non-Communicable Disease
DOHaD Canada is supporting these 16 Trainees to attend the CAHS meeting:

Christian

Bellisimo

McMaster University
Jesica Romina Canizo CRCHUM

Gilberto

Duran Bishop

University of Montreal

Tamara

Gutierrez

University of Alberta
Maryam Kebbe Pennington Biomedical Research Center
Kate Kennedy McMaster University
Maria Medeleanu University of Toronto

Kozeta

Miliku

McMaster University

Shelby

Oke

University of Western Ontario
Oguz Ozgoren BC Children's Hospital
Audrey St-Laurent Laval University
Sukhpreet Tamana Simon Fraser University

Marcel

van de Wouw

University of Calgary
Katherine Vandal Centre de Recherche du CHUM

Marina

Whilte

Carleton University

Mahdieh

Yousef

University of Alberta
DOHaD Summer Course
August 5 and 7, 2021

The Center for Developmental Health is hosting a virtual mini course on the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD). OHSU has one of the world’s largest and most established DOHaD research groups and is dedicated to ensuring the next generation of scientists and health care providers have a robust understanding of the role development plays in long-term health.

Keynote speakers
David Weinberg, Ph.D., Project Lead, Human Placenta Project; Program Officer, Pregnancy and Perinatology Branch, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
Susan Ozanne, Ph.D., Professor of Developmental Endocrinology, Cambridge Universit