- Midwest AViDD Center Hybrid Lecture Series | Sep. 25
Join the Midwest AViDD Center for their Hybrid Lecture Series with Dr. Zhengqiang Wang on metal-binding chemotypes for targeting RNase H-like viral enzymes on Monday, September 25 at 3:00 p.m. The lecture will take place in room 1-125 of the Cancer & Cardiovascular Research Building or on Zoom. LEARN MORE>>Institute for Engineering in Medicine Annual Conference | Sep. 26Federation for American Societies for Experimental Biology Catalyst Conference | Oct. 4
Dr. Emil Lou has organized the Federation for American Societies for Experimental Biology's Catalyst Conference focused on tunneling nanotubes and intercellular protrusions. The event will take place on Zoom on October 4 from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. ET. LEARN MORE>>Biomedical Engineering Industry Grand Rounds | Oct. 9Institute for Engineering in Medicine Otto Schmitt Distinguished Lecture | Oct. 17
The Institute for Engineering in Medicine's next Otto Schmitt Distinguished Lecture, hosted by Edward J. Poitras from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will be taking place Tuesday, October 17 from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Participants can join in person in HSEC 2-110 or via Zoom. LEARN MORE>>Medical Discovery Team on Addiction Seminar | Oct. 23
Join the Medical Discovery Team on Addiction for their upcoming seminar on neural circuit regulation and opioid choice and relapse by Dr. Jasper Heinsbroek from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The event takes place on Zoom on October 23 from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. LEARN MORE>>Department of Surgery Principles of Colon & Rectal Surgery Course | Nov. 17-18
The Department of Surgery is excited to announce its 82nd Annual Principles of Colon & Rectal Surgery Course, to be held November 17 and 18 at the McNamara Alumni Center. Early registration rate is available until September 30. LEARN MORE>>
- Duluth Mino Bimaadizi Community Science and Medicine Fair | Aug. 27
The American Indian Community Housing Organization and the Center of American Indian & Minority Health have partnered together again to host our 2nd annual Mino Bimaadizi Community Science and Medicine Fair event on August 27, 2023 from 8 am - 3 pm at Park Point Beach House and surrounding areas. This is a free and family fun event that will include a fun walk/run, science and medicine fair with meet and greets with local Indigenous and BIPOC science and medical professionals, a feast, traditional lacrosse games and an Indigenous comedian. LEARN MORE>>University of Minnesota Fall Pain Day | Sep. 8
We are excited to invite you to UMN Fall Pain Day on September 8, noon to 7:00 p.m. The event will feature speakers, posters, opportunities for networking and presentation of the Christopher N Honda Graduate Student Fellowship Award. REGISTER>>Duluth Campus Art Reception | Sep. 13
The Medical School, Duluth Campus is hosting an art reception on Wednesday, September 13, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. to unveil and honor a recently installed Native American mural and Native American artwork. The mural is titled "Calling on our Ancestors" and was created by local Native American artist Karen Savage Blue. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST>>Department of Surgery Gannon Lecture | Sep. 19
Join the Department of Surgery for the Annual Gannon Lecture on September 19 from 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. in MT 5-125 or on Zoom. The lecture will feature Dr. Craig R. Smith speaking about coronary surgery and management of iatrogenic injuries. LEARN MORE>>Microbiome and Cancer Symposium | Sep. 22
Join us September 22 from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. at the Cancer & Cardiovascular Research Building for the third annual Microbiome and Cancer Symposium. The goal of this meeting is to showcase the exciting research at the intersection of the microbiome and cancer at the University of Minnesota, to highlight potential new opportunities and to spark synergies between researchers across relevant fields of expertise. Register by September 15. LEARN MORE>>State of the Medical School | Sep. 27
Save the date for the State of the Medical School on September 27, 3:00 p.m. Please join Medical School faculty and staff in person across both of our campuses (or via Zoom) as we look to our next 135 years of caring for Minnesota. Open to registrations. REGISTER NOW>>
- Minnesota Medical Association Racism in Medicine Virtual Symposium | July 25
Join the Minnesota Medical Association for a free virtual symposium titled "Racism in Medicine: Truths from Minnesota Physicians" on July 25 from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. The event will launch a video series and feature a panel of physicians. This will be an opportunity to discuss emergent issues relating to racism in medicine and uplift a call to action. REGISTER>>Office of Faculty Affairs "Tips for Early Academic Career Success" Webinar | Aug. 15
Setting up success in academic medicine should start very early in a faculty member’s academic career. This Learning Session focuses on routine practices that will support career success, identify key challenges faculty members should expect and discuss how to navigate the promotions and tenure process. The webinar will take place Tuesday, August 15 from 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. on Zoom. REGISTER>>5th Annual Twin Cities Pediatric Update | Sep. 21-22
The Department of Pediatrics invites you to attend this hybrid educational experience on Sept. 21-22, 2023. The Twin Cities Pediatric Update is hosted by Children’s Minnesota, the University of Minnesota Department of Pediatrics, and the Minnesota Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (MNAAP). Attendees have the option to attend in-person or virtually. Registration closes September 14. LEARN MORE AND REGISTER>>
- University of Minnesota's 2nd Annual Juneteenth Block Party | June 17
Come celebrate the University of Minnesota's 2nd Annual Juneteenth Block Party, "The Art of Freedom: Joy. Resistance. Rest," on Saturday June 17 from 12:00 to 6:00 p.m. at the Robert J. Jones Research and Outreach-Engagement Center, 2001 Plymouth Ave N, Minneapolis. LEARN MORE>>Medical School at 2023 Pride Festival | June 24-25
The 2023 Twin Cities Pride Festival is June 24-25 in Loring Park, Minneapolis. Stop by to visit our Medical School, M Physicians and M Health Fairview booths in the Living Well area in Loring Park and pick up some Medical School swag. We are still looking for volunteers to represent us at the festival! LEARN MORE>>Department of Family Medicine and Community Health Grand Rounds | July 12
The Department of Family Medicine and Community Health will hold July Grand Rounds event, titled "Moving from Surviving to Thriving"
on July 12, 2023, from 12:05 to 1:00 p.m. on Zoom. LEARN MORE AND REGISTER>>Department of Anesthesiology Recruitment Dinner | Aug 1
The Dept. of Anesthesiology is holding a recruitment dinner on August 1 for all MD/PhD students to learn about the anesthesiology residency program. The event will be from 5-8 pm at the Campus Club and will feature a happy hour and dinner, networking and short presentations. RSVP>>CLHSS Learning Health System Sciences Conference | Sep 18-19
The Center for Learning Health System Sciences (CLHSS) is announcing its inaugural Advances in Learning Health System Sciences conference to be held on September 18 & 19, 2023, at the Union Depot in Saint Paul. LEARN MORE AND REGISTER>>
- Office of Faculty Affairs Mentoring Training Workshop | May 31
Motivation is a key driver of engagement, persistence, satisfaction, and performance in the workplace and training environment. In this workshop, participants will learn about the core psychological needs that can sustain (or, if absent, diminish) a mentee’s motivation: Competence, Autonomy, Relatedness, Equity, and Structure (CARES). Through interactive exercises, participants will explore mentorship strategies for meeting these needs and encouraging mentees to recognize when their motivation is at risk. The workshop is primarily targeted to individuals who mentor early- or mid-career faculty. However, the principles have applicability for other mentoring relationships in academic medicine. REGISTER TO PARTICIPATE>>Food Matters for Health Professionals Continuing Education Course June 1-15
Food Matters CE Course is an evidence-based, experiential-learning, applied nutrition, and culinary skills course for health professionals of all disciplines. The course addresses the role of food in specific health conditions and its function in health promotion and disease prevention. The relationship between the source of food and the larger food system to both environmental and human health will be explored, in addition to the importance of understanding the food system’s impact on patients and communities. LEARN MORE>>The State of Adolescent Sexual Health in Minnesota Seminars | June 13, 15
Understanding current adolescent sexual health data and statistics is an essential part of our work as professionals. In this workshop, participants will review the most current statistics on the sexual health of Minnesota youth, including pregnancy, birth and STI statistics, trends in adolescent pregnancy and sexual behaviors, and how Minnesota measures up regionally and nationally. We'll also examine COVID-19's impact on adolescent sexual health, and delve into the most current results from the Minnesota Student Survey. The in-person session will take place on Tuesday, June 13 from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., and the virtual session will take place Thursday, June 15 from 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.2023 Child Abuse Summit July 24-26School of Nursing 2023 Summer Institute in Adolescent Health July 24-26
Dr. Stuart Bloom will perform his show, How to Avoid Burnout in 73 Minutes, at the Southern Theater from April 19-23. Join Dr. Bloom as he grapples with ego, mortality and spirituality in the face of pressure from health insurance companies and medical administrators who wish he’d stop swearing during dictations. BUY TICKETS>>Dr. Stuart Bloom's How to Avoid Burnout in 73 Minutes April 19-23
Dr. Stuart Bloom will perform his show, How to Avoid Burnout in 73 Minutes, at the Southern Theater from April 19-23. Join Dr. Bloom as he grapples with ego, mortality and spirituality in the face of pressure from health insurance companies and medical administrators who wish he’d stop swearing during dictations. BUY TICKETS>>REBIRTH: An Evening of Medical Storytelling Saturday, April 22 | 8:00 p.m.
Can medicine and art be friends? Of course. To prove it there’s going to be an Evening of Medical Storytelling by health care workers at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 22, at the Parkway Theater, 4814 Chicago Ave., Minneapolis. This Earth Day celebration is presented by The Nocturnists and the University of Minnesota’s Center for the Art of Medicine (CFAM). BUY TICKETS>>Environmental Justice Tour Saturday, April 22 | 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Earth Day is April 22! All health professionals are invited to join the Environmental Justice Tour hosted by Medical Students for a Sustainable Future & Community Members for Environmental Justice. Explore how pollution impacts health and how community members are leading transformative action in North Minneapolis. REGISTER>>
Office of Research PI Primer Virtual Workshop Thursday, April 27 | 2:00 - 3:45 p.m.
This training course is a 90 minute, instructor-led virtual workshop. It combines lecture-style components with case study review, critical thinking activities, and interactive group discussion. This course is designed for current or soon-to-be Principal Investigators (PIs) for human research studies. Enrollment is limited to the University of Minnesota's policy requirements for who can serve in this role according to job code. LEARN MORE AND REGISTER>>Carlson School of Management Convene 2023: Data, Technology & Connectedness to Health Thursday, April 27 | 9:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
The Business Advancement Center for Health (BACH) at the Carlson School of Management – University of Minnesota is proud to announce the Fifth Annual CONVENE Conference. Focused on the intersection of healthcare, data analytics, and technology, CONVENE 2023 features world authority figures sharing their knowledge, experience, and insight with conference attendees. REGISTER TO ATTEND VIRTUALLY OR IN-PERSON>>60th Annual Blumenthal Lecture Friday, April 28 | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
60th annual Blumenthal Lecture, Philip Greenberg, M.D., Professor & Head, Program in Immunology. "T cells vs. tumors: Engineering T cells to win the battle." April 28, 2023, Coffman Memorial Union Theater. Lunch will be provided. REGISTER>>Center for Bioethics Ethics Grand Rounds Friday, April 28 | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
The Center for Bioethics upcoming health equity-focused Ethics Grand Rounds talk on April 28, from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. via Zoom. The webinar title is: “Equitable Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Research,” and the speaker is Willyanne DeCormier Plosky, DrPH, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard. LEARN MORE AND REGISTER>>Dean's Tribute to Excellence in Education Wednesday, May 3 | 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Please join the University of Minnesota Medical School for the Dean's Tribute to Excellence in Education. We will recognize members of our Medical School community for their outstanding contributions to medical education. RSVP>>Macaran A. Baird, MD, Lecture in Family Medicine and Community Health Leadership Tuesday, May 9 | 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
The Macaran A. Baird, MD, Lecture in Family Medicine and Community Health Leadership is Tuesday, May 9 from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Our speaker will be Cristy Page, MD, MPH. Dr. Page is the former chair of family medicine at the University of North Carolina of Medicine and is currently their executive dean and William B. Aycock Distinguished Professor. LEARN MORE AND REGISTER>>Food Matters for Health Professionals Continuing Education Course June 1-15
Food Matters CE Course is an evidence-based, experiential-learning, applied nutrition, and culinary skills course for health professionals of all disciplines. The course addresses the role of food in specific health conditions and its function in health promotion and disease prevention. The relationship between the source of food and the larger food system to both environmental and human health will be explored, in addition to the importance of understanding the food system’s impact on patients and communities. LEARN MORE>>2023 Child Abuse Summit July 24-26School of Nursing 2023 Summer Institute in Adolescent Health July 24-26Catch up on Surgery Grand Rounds Lectures
- Defense Health Research Funding 101 Thursday, March 23 | 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
The College of Science and Engineering and the Medical School would like to invite you to our Defense Health Research Funding 101 seminar on March 23rd at 1pm. This is a great opportunity for you to learn more about how the DoD can be a potential funding source for your health-related funding and how you can improve your understanding of the steps necessary for funding from the DoD. We have an outstanding panel of experts including Col Wanda Salzer, Col (ret) Todd Rasmussen, and Amy Kircher DrPH.
Please join us March 23 in Keller Hall, room 3-180 starting at 1:00 p.m. If you would like to attend, please fill out the RSVP by noon on March 17th. There will be a Zoom option for those unable to attend in person. REGISTER>>Medical Discovery Team on Addiction Seminar Friday, March 31 | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.Transdisciplinary Global Health Journal Club Monday, April 10 | 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
A resident-led journal club with faculty experts, open to University of Minnesota residents & students from all departments. Articles related to each month's topic will be presented, followed by small group discussion. This event will take place at 8312 W Franklin Ave, St. Louis Park, MN 55426. Park along Franklin Avenue. RSVP required by Friday, April 7th for discussion & dinner! REGISTER>>2nd Annual Global Surgery Fundraiser Saturday, April 15 | 6:30 - 11:30 p.m.
The University of Minnesota Global Surgery & Disparities Program (UMGSD) invites you to our second annual fundraiser, Fundraise for Change on April 15th, 2023, at Surly Brewing in Minneapolis. Join us as we put the fun in fundraising with live music, interactive games, great food & beverages, and a silent auction.
UMN residents, students & staff can request free entry to this event. APPLY>>Institute for Engineering in Medicine Innovation Week Monday, April 17 - Friday, April 21
IEM Innovation Week highlights events that focus on advances and new directions in medical engineering. Engineering to fight cancer, neurological disorders, failing organs, and many other ailments—and it’s all at the University of Minnesota! LEARN MORE>>Dr. Stuart Bloom's "How to Avoid Burnout in 73 Minutes" Musical Wednesday, April 19 - Sunday, April 23 | 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Dr. Stuart Bloom will perform his show, How to Avoid Burnout in 73 Minutes, at the Southern Theater in April. Join Dr. Bloom as he grapples with ego, mortality and spirituality in the face of pressure from health insurance companies and medical administrators who wish he’d stop swearing during dictations. BUY TICKETS>>Center for Bioethics April Grand Rounds Friday, April 28 | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
The Center for Bioethics upcoming health equity-focused Ethics Grand Rounds talk on April 28, from 12 - 1 pm via Zoom. The webinar title is: “Equitable Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Research,” and the speaker is Willyanne DeCormier Plosky, DrPH, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard. REGISTER>>Macaran A. Baird Lecture in Family Medicine and Community Health Tuesday, May 9 | 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
The Macaran A. Baird, MD, Lecture in Family Medicine and Community Health Leadership is on Tuesday, May 9, 2023, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Our speaker will be Cristy Page, MD, MPH. Dr. Page is the former chair of family medicine at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine and is currently their executive dean and William B. Aycock Distinguished Professor. She has been deeply involved in rural training and innovative models of family medicine practice. In addition to hearing Dr. Page's vision for family medicine, attendees will get to talk with Dr. Page as well as family medicine leadership, alumni, residents, and students during a reception. REGISTER>>2023 Child Abuse Summit Monday, July 24 - Wednesday, July 26
Join us at TCF Bank Stadium for the opportunity to learn about the identification and treatment of child abuse and neglect from both regional and national experts. The Summit is designed to provide professionals from all disciplines with the knowledge, tools, and skills to identify and treat all types of child maltreatment, including physical abuse, sexual abuse, and neglect. REGISTER NOW>>
- Fireside Chat: Let's Chat about Race & Cancer Research Wednesday, February 22 | 12-1pm
February is Black History Month! This Black History Month, we are thinking critically about race and cancer research with Dr. Mya Roberson, social epidemiologist and health equity researcher. In this candid conversation, Dr. Roberson will discuss the role of Critical Race Theory in cancer outcomes research with a reflection on how historical processes affect contemporary cancer research. Specific applications will be offered from precision oncology with a focus on genetic and genomic services delivery. This session will also offer key insights for how to center patient voice and health equity in cancer research. REGISTER >>MIDB Spring Colloquium Series Thursday, February 23 | 3:30-5pm
Talking to Babies: How Caregiver Speech Supports Infant Brain and Language Development
The spring colloquium series highlights our research hubs and services, clinic structure, and community engagement partners. JOIN US>>Black Reproductive Health: Getting at the Root Cause of Inequity Friday, February 24 | 12-1pm
Structural racism disadvantages Black birthing people before, during, and after pregnancy, leading to heartbreaking health inequities for them and their babies. Relationship-centered and culturally-centered care models provide needed support to Black birthing people, making strides on the path towards racial birth equity. REGISTER>>Day in the Life of a Surgery Resident Saturday, February 25 | 10am-1pm
Sat, Feb 25, 2023, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM University of Minnesota Health Sciences Education Center, 526 Delaware St SE, Minneapolis, MN, US, 55455 HSEC Building, 6th floor
Experience 'A Day in the Life of a Surgery Resident" Residents within #UMNSurgery benefit from world-class training and research facilities, going on to enjoy successful careers in the field. Learn more about surgery as a career! LEARN MORE>>Research Recognition Celebration and Symposium Tuesday, February 28 | 4:30-7:30PM
Please join your Medical School colleagues and peers for a celebratory science symposium in recognition of our collective accomplishments in the Blue Ridge rankings this year:
Research Recognition Celebration and Symposium
Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2023 | 4:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Weisman Art Museum
Please RSVP Here
We will gather to hear from some of the past year’s grantees, as nominated by their department heads.Rare Disease Day Thursday, March 2 | 9am-2pmBiomedical Engineering Industry Grand Rounds Monday, March 13 | 3:35-4:30pm
Antibody development and characterization for applications in biotechnology
Wesley Errington, Scientist, Antibody Development, Bio-Techne
Forward and reverse engineering of multivalency to tune protein binding dynamics
Casim Sarkar, Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of MinnesotaMinnesota Neuromodulation Symposium Thursday, April 20 - Friday, April 21 | All dayC2DREAM Conference Tuesday, May 23 | All day
C2DREAM aims to research the contribution of structural and interpersonal racism to disparities in chronic disease including cardiovascular disease (CVD) and the related chronic conditions (RCC) of hypertension and obesity.
In Minnesota, where the murder of Mr. George Floyd at the hands of police instigated a local, national, and global reckoning on the pervasiveness of racism, there is an urgent need to understand and ultimately address the ways that racism undermines the well-being of Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) communities. The mission of C2DREAM is to reduce disparities in CVD and RCC experienced by BIPOC communities including immigrants and refugees across Minnesota.
C2DREAM's regional partnership of academic institutions and community stakeholders is poised to understand and ultimately address the ways that racism undermines the well-being of BIPOC communities across Minnesota.
- MIDB Spring Colloquium Series Thursday, January 26 | 3-5pmCenter for Bioethics Ethics Grand Rounds Friday, January 27 | 12-1pm
The webinar title is: “Physicians’ Experiences with and Perceptions of Caring for Patients with Disability,” and the speaker is Lisa I. Iezzoni, MD, MSc, Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and based at the Health Policy Research Center in the Mongan Institute at Massachusetts General Hospital. REGISTER>>Biomedical Engineering-Industry Grand Rounds Monday, March 13 | 3:35-4:30 PM
- Applications for Institute on the Environment Grad Scholars due Friday, September 12, 2022
Are you a graduate or professional student interested in exploring topics related to climate change with a cohort of your peers? Apply to be an IonE Graduate Scholar. Applications due by 5:00 p.m. on September 12, 2022. $200 stipend is provided. Learn more>>U of M Biomedical Engineering Industry Grand Rounds webinar September 12, 2022, 3:35 to 4:30 PM
Join Cordance Medical and the Department of Biomedical Engineering for a virtual grand rounds event on bringing precision medicine to patients with brain diseases featuring:
- Ryan Dittamore, Cordance Medical: A focused ultrasound platform that opens the blood-brain barrier with a simple, non-invasive 30-minute clinic procedure
- Jonathan Sachs, Department of Biomedical Engineering: Small molecule drug discovery targeting toxic amyloid oligomers for treatment of neurodegenerationMedical Discovery Team on Addiction MnSAN Wednesday, September 14, 2022 8 AM-5 PM
Faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend the Second Minnesota Symposium on Addiction Neuroscience (MnSAN) on September 14, 2022, at the McNamara Alumni Center from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Registration is free, but required. Learn more>>Special Grand Rounds: Rebecca Ihrie, PhD Wednesday, September 14 1:00-2:00 PM
Join Rebecca Ihrie, PhD, Associate Professor, Departments of Cell and Developmental Biology and Neurological Surgery from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine for her seminar "Signaling and Outcome in Stem Cell and Brain Tumors". Register via Zoom or in-person 1-110 LRB/MTRF >> REGISTERState of the Medical School September 28 12PMCTSI Translational Science Symposium and Poster Session September 15, 2022, 5:30 to 8:30 PM
The annual CTSI Translational Science Symposium & Poster Session showcases and recognizes the work of scholars in the Clinical and Translational Science Institute's career development programs, and features TED-style talks on research triumphs, pitfalls, and insights. READ MORE>>Research Week Poster Session Abstracts due September 16 for October 6, 2022, 4 to 6:30 PM
All faculty, staff, students and community researchers are invited to present their work Research Week Poster Session. As in past years, we hope to have broad representation from each division and invite our adjunct faculty members to participate. Abstracts recently presented at meetings are also encouraged! Judges from around the Medical School will visit posters for awarding. READ MORE>>The Annual Rothenberger Lecture Thursday, September 22, 2022 from 4:30-5:30 PMCWIMS Annual Fall Retreat Thursday, September 22, 2022 12-4 PM
The Center for Women in Medicine and Science (CWIMS) invites faculty, staff, students, and community members of all genders to join them for their Annual Fall Retreat on September 22, 2022, noon to 4:00 p.m. via Zoom. This is a training opportunity aimed at skill/career development, network-building, and fostering robust collaborations. It features keynote speaker Dr. Tanya Menon. Learn more>>Microbiome and Cancer Symposium Friday, September 23, 2022 8:00 AM- 4:30 PMLead Compounds in Clinical Chemoprevention Conference Friday, September 23, 2022
The Lead Compounds in Clinical Chemoprevention Conference will be held on 9/23. Anyone already developing experimental therapeutic strategies for prevention of cancer is strongly encouraged to attend. LEARN MORE>>iMpact seminar webinar October 4, 2022, 12 to 1 PMPremiere of Art + Medicine: Healthy Aging Oct 8, 2022, 10:30 AMUS DOHaD (Developmental Origins of Health and Disease) meeting October 10-11, 2022
Dr. Phu Tran, Pediatrics, is hosting the 2022 US DOHaD meeting here at U of M. The United States Developmental Origins of Health and Disease Society is an affiliate of the International DOHaD Society and focuses on all facets of the study of the fetal origins and early life programming of health and disease, with primary focus to promote the research principles of DOHaD and to support trainees and early career investigators in their scientific and professional development.
October 9 is Career Development Day for Trainees and Junior Investigators; October 10 features several national experts, including U of M experts, during the conference. READ MORE>>