Building a Better Baby: Approaches to Studying Feeding During Early Life and Health Effects
April 3, 2018; 1:30-4:00 PM
Sponsored by the Nutrition Department at the School of Public Health
Michael Hooker Research Center 0001
Can't attend in person? Join us via zoom:
Please join a special Nutrition Faculty Seminar Workshop and Panel Discussion to discuss the next steps to move towards integrated translational science to optimize feeding in the first 1000 days to achieve optimal health. The focus of the seminar will be on practical application and suggestions for researchers interested in addressing early life effects from a variety of approaches: animal models, big data, qualitative, quantitative and intervention approaches.
The session will feature speakers and panelists from across Carolina (Nutrition, Pediatrics, Anthropology, Nursing, Maternal & Child Health, and Psychiatry as well as a guest from Wake Forest School of Medicine).