- Developmental Origins of Health and Disease FAQ
Basic DOHaD overview with answers to frequently asked questions
- Research Briefs: Understanding the science behind DOHaD
- My Pregnancy Plate/Mi Plato Durante el Embarazo / Russian My Pregnancy Plate
A visual guide for optimal nutrition during pregnancy
- My Heart-Healthy Plate/Mi plato saludable para el corazón
Detailed guidance, in a simple format, to help people make the best eating choices
- Nutrition in a Box
Nutrition curriculum for students in grades 4-8.
- Community-based interventions
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation developed the What Works for Health menu of evidence-based programs and policies. The Moore Institute used this database to identify interventions appropriate for communities interested in implementing a community-based project utilizing DOHaD concepts.
- Let's get Healthy! epigenetics station
An interactive game, manipulatives and printable handouts, including free downloadable classroom activities about epigenetics that help participants learn about this new field of science.
Check out our archives of Moore Institute leaders speaking on the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease:
The Power of Nutrition: Chronic Disease, COVID-19 and Your Health
The OHSU Foundation and Moore Institute Director Kent Thornburg, Ph.D., presented this webinar on the science of DOHaD. It describes how DOHaD research helps explain health disparities in groups more at risk for COVID-19 complications, and how nutrition can provide a path to healthier communities. Watch it here.
The epidemic of chronic disease and understanding epigenetics
How a BMI fallacy convinced the world that diabetes is a disease of excess
One of the Moore Institute's colleagues and collaborators, Dr. Ranjan Yajnik, is interviewed in this short film about how BMI doesn't tell the whole story when trying to understand type 2 diabetes, especially as rates increase in developing nations.
Epigenetics and equity: the health and social impacts of racism and inequality
Watch Moore Institute fellow Larry Wallack, Dr.Ph. speak at the City Club of Portland.
Developmental origins research podcast
Imprinted Legacy interviews Moore Institute leaders about their specific research interests. Listen to Susan Bagby's interview about how development before birth predisposes disease risk and why healthy nutrition across the lifespan is critical.
Listen to Kent Thornburg's interview about DOHaD and nutrition
Creating a new nutrition culture for children
Watch this webinar featuring Connie Liakos, R.D. and the Moore Institute's Susan Bagby, M.D. discussing how to engage children in nutrition education.
Beyond genetics: The role of nutrition in health and disease
What if we could prevent hypertension and other chronic diseases by changing how we eat? Watch this Marquam Hill Lecture by Susan Bagby, M.D., to learn more.
Maternal diet during pregnancy: lessons from the Dutch famine
Watch Tessa Roseboom, Ph.D., Moore Institute senior international fellow, speak on how early life experience affects no only an individuals lifelong health, but the health of their children and grandchildren as well.
You are what your mother and grandmother ate: transgenerational influences
Learn how the health of your mother and grandmother affects your health in this slide show Susan Bagby, M.D. presented to the Oregon Life Course Network.
Food As Medicine
The documentary film "Food As Medicine" showcases the stories of several people experiencing chronic diseases and their journeys toward healing, using food as medicine. It also highlights some of the ways hospitals and other groups are incorporating whole foods in their approaches toward healing. The film features OHSU Moore Institute Director Kent Thornburg, Ph.D., who emphasizes that the way to end chronic disease is through a nutrient-rich, whole foods diet. "Chronic disease will disappear, if we have the will to do it."