The central commitment of the OHSU Bob and Charlee Moore Institute for Nutrition & Wellness is to reduce the prevalence of chronic diseases across the lifespan in current and future generations by promoting healthy, nutrient-rich diets based on whole-foods in early life – before conception, during pregnancy and lactation, and in infancy and early childhood.
The scientific cornerstone of the Moore Institute for Nutrition & Wellness is a discipline in which OHSU is already internationally recognized: the developmental origins of health and disease, which includes the vital relationships between maternal prenatal diet, fetal health and adult onset disease.
- Before You Know It
- How Portlanders Are Forging the Frontier of Epigenetics
- OHSU epigenetics game wins Serious Play Award
- Going upstream for the health of the next generation
- Let's Get Healthy: Teaching children about healthy food choices
- National Nutrition Month: A good time to focus on healthy choices
- Improving your health, one bite at a time
- Bringing epigenetics to middle school education
- OHSU program spreads the word about nutrition and epigenetics (epi-what?)
- Exploring the intergenerational effects of maternal diet
- Has your patient lost his or her head?
- Moore Institute leaders talk with lawmakers
- We are what we eat - and who we meet
- OHSU study will examine low birth weight babies
- The brain and the heart: Does brain health equal heart health?
- Wallack, Merkley urge focus on root causes of health problems
- The obstetric origins of health for a lifetime
- Latina health and a return to traditional food culture
- In Memorium: David Barker, M.D., Ph.D.