Moore Family Center Food, Nutrition & Health Update

Food, Nutriton & Health Update | Moore Family Center

Food, Nutrition & Health Update

The goals of the conference are to provide updates on the latest research and address important critical issues in nutrition and healthy eating. Target audience: dietitians, nutrition educators and health professionals in preventive and public health.

CEUs available for Dietetics/Nutrition

 

Past conferences

The 2017 program included platform sessions and interactive panel/audience discussions on

  • Interplay of Diet, the Gastrointestinal Microbiome, and Health and Disease
  • Milk Protein Digestion in Premature Infants: A Systems Biology Perspective
  • Reframing Physical Activity Prescriptions for Improved Metabolic Health
  • Understanding the Motivations and Challenges Consumers Face in Adopting Healthful Eating Patterns ... Through the Lens of Consumer Research
  • Addressing Malnutrition in Southeast Asia: Priorities and Opportunities Embraced by the Lao American Nutrition Institute (LANI)
  • What’s Trending in Image-Assisted Dietary Assessment Technologies
  • Community-Engaged Approaches to Childhood Obesity Prevention
  • Objective Physical Activity Monitoring for Health-Related Research: A Discussion of Methods, Deployments and Data Presentations
  • The Biggest Loser: Are Weight Loss Attempts Doomed?

Watch video and download presentation slides from 2017 presentations.

 

The 2016 program included platform sessions and interactive panel/audience discussions on

  • Whole Grains in Your Community: Healthy Community Outreach Projects
  • Food, Nutrition and Cancer Prevention
  • How can we break down barriers to eating well and empower people?
  • Getting Nutrition Research to the Policy Table
  • Let’s Get Healthy! Engaging Schools, Community and the Workplace in Research and Health Promotion
  • Mobile Health: Opportunities to Improve Health Literacy and Nutrition Behaviors
  • Vegan Diets and Health: Getting Into the Meat of It
  • Diet, Nutrition and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders
  • Dietary and Pharmacologic Approaches to Ketosis: Potential Therapeutic Applications to Neurological Conditions and Cancer

See full 2016 event program, speaker bios and presentation slides

 

Sponsors

Title sponsor:
Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods

Bob's Red Mill logoOregon Dairy Council logoMoore Family Center logo

The 2014 program included platform sessions and interactive panel/audience discussions on

  • Whole Grains and health
  • Grains and gluten intolerances
  • Nutrigenomics and personalized nutrition
  • Role of the food environment determining food choices
  • Smarter, healthier school lunches – role of behavioral economics
  • Translating the research to the community

See full 2014 event program, speaker bios and presentation slides

 

The 2013 program included platform sessions and interactive panel/audience discussions on

  • Whole Grains and Health: Navigating our Path to the Future
    (watch video of companion seminar - given day after conference)
  • Celiac and gluten intolerances
  • Probiotics and gut health
  • Using technologies to promote healthy eating in our youth

See full 2013 event program, speaker bios and presentation slides