The OHSU Center for Developmental Health hosts the DOHaD Summer Course every August.
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.
This year we will be building off of previous years and expanding the interaction participants will have with each other and speakers, including more time to engage in conversations throughout the course, opportunities to share about your own research, and collaborative project opportunities, while still having the presentations from nationally recognized experts that we have had every year. This year, we have expanded the course with an additional day with each day continuing to have its own theme.
We continue to aim towards providing a better experience with more mentorship and networking opportunities and will be releasing more information about these opportunities soon so stay tuned!
2024 Date: August 5 - 8
Location: OHSU, Portland, Oregon
Day 1: DOHaD Foundations and Cardiovascular Disease
Day 2: Environmental Impacts
Day 3: Interventions and Cancer
Day 4: Sex, Metabolism and Career Workshop
2024 Information will be available soon!
Previous years' summer courses
(2023) DOHaD: First Principles and Future Directions
(2022) DOHaD: Innovations to Address Gaps in Knowledge
(2021) DOHaD: The Next Frontier in Science