Oregon Nutrition Day 2024

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"DOHaD: Past, Present and Future"

This annual conference brings together health care providers, nutritionists, public health professionals and community-based organizations from around Oregon with a specific focus on the field of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease. The 2024 conference will focus on the past, present and future of this evolving field of research. The event will also celebrate the long and impactful career of Kent Thornburg, Ph.D., founding director of the Moore Institute, who stepped back from his role of director earlier this year. Speakers will include people who have been a part of this field since its beginnings, and those who see the potential in creating a healthier population by contributing to this work. 

Oregon Nutrition Day 2024 will take place on May 16. 
Cost: $75, $25 for Students (If you are registering as a group of 5 or more, please email us for promotional pricing.)
There will be 5.75 CPEU credits available for participants of the event.

View a map of the waterfront
View the schedule.

A list of our speakers along with the initial program will soon be available so please stay tuned.

Sponsorship / Exhibitor Levels

This year for Oregon Nutrition Day we are holding sponsorship opportunities for any interested organization. The base level at $500, will come with additional tickets for your organization, a table in our exhibit area, acknowledgment in our opening remarks, materials and at the registration table. We also have 4 additional exhibitor levels, which will include all the base level benefits and a portion of the sponsorship will be a charitable contribution. 

Table of Exhibitor Levels

For any questions or comments about this event please reach out to us through email at mooreinstitute@ohsu.edu.


Oregon Nutrition Day archives
When is food medicine (2023)
Nutrition now for a healthier future (2022)
Diverse nutrition for diverse communities (2021)