NDSU faculty and students are invited to participate in a three-day summer research forum, titled "Dietary Factors and Long-term Consequences for Health," from May 14-16 at NDSU.
The event will feature research talks by three keynote speakers and 20 area investigators, as well as a poster session.
Keynote speakers and topics include:
- Kalidas Shetty, University of Massachusetts Amherst, “Integration of Redox Biology to Design Functional Foods to Combat Obesity-Linked Chronic Diseases: Type 2 Diabetes as Model"
- Kent Thornburg, Oregon Health Sciences University, “Fetal Undernutrition Drives Adult-Onset Cardiovascular Disease”
- Tony Kong, Rutgers University, “Cancer Prevention by Dietary Phytochemicals: From Nrf2-mediated Anti-oxidative Stress Signaling and Epigenetics to In Vivo Cancer Models”
There is no cost for the event. To register, go to: https://epayment.ndus.nodak.edu/C22800_ustores/web/store_main.jsp?STOREID=164&SINGLESTORE=true
The forum is sponsored by the NDSU Colleges of Science and Math; Human Development and Education; and Agriculture, Food Systems, and Natural Resources; the Office of the Provost; NDSU EPSCoR; the NDSU Center for Nutrition and Pregnancy; and the ND Agricultural Experiment Station.
For more information, contact Katie Reindl in biological sciences at firstname.lastname@example.org or 231-9427.
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