The Moore Institute regularly hosts events, from community-based learning opportunities to international research conferences. The Moore Institute works to share the science of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease to engage with individuals and groups around the science to improve the health of current and future generations. 

Oregon Nutrition Day
Thursday, April 27, 2023.
This one-day conference is held every spring. It features a revolving theme related to nutrition and DOHaD. The conference is intended for dietitians, health care providers, community-based organizations and others interested in how nutrition impacts community health. 

Nutrition Consortiums
These half to full-day meetings are held in conjunction with a local community. The goal is to work with a local advocate to identify nutrition related topics of interest to the community and encourage connections within the community and between the community and the Moore Institute. Talks include experts discussing DOHaD topics related to community interests, and talks highlighting innovative community work. 

DOHaD Summer Course
This multi-day course is intended for graduate students, post-doctoral researchers, and early career scientists interested in DOHaD science. The course combines lectures from internally known scientists as well as networking and career development opportunities.

If you are interested in planning an event in conjunction with the Moore Institute or are interested in being added to our mailing list for future events, please reach out to us at