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Nutrition Seminar

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During the autumn and spring semesters, the human nutrition program and the Ohio State interdisciplinary PhD in Nutrition host research seminars to showcase student and faculty research. The doctoral program hosts the seminar during the autumn and the human nutrition program hosts the spring semester seminar.

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Nutrition Seminar Schedule - Spring Semester 2022
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Date Speaker Position Seminar Title Delivery Mode

January 28

Doug Bibus, PhD

Lipid Technologies, LLC., President;  Holman Center for Lipid Research, Director

Omega 3 in Health and Disease: A 30-year journey

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February 4

Kim Buhman, PhD

Professor, Nutritional Sciences, Purdue University

Dietary Fat Absorption in Health and Disease

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February 18

Willa Hsueh, MD

Professor, Endocrinology, OSU

Interferon gamma plays a major role in changing adipose tissue T-cells in obesity: implications for systemic metabolism

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February 25

Ryan Dickerson

OSUN PhD candidate

TBA

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March 4

Junboom Lee

OSUN PhD candidate

Adipose Tissue: Nutritional Impact and How it Talks to Other Organs

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March 11

Philipp Scherer, PhD

Professor and Distinguished Chair, UT Southwestern

TBA

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March 25

Kedryn Baskin, PhD

Assistant Professor, Physiology, OSU

Food preservatives: covert metabolic toxins of skeletal muscle metabolism and function

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April 8

Helen Everts, PhD, RDN

Assistant Professor, Nutrition and Food Sciences, Texas Women's University

TBA

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April 15

Kristy Townsend, PhD

Associate Professor, Neurosurgery, OSU

Impacts of the nervous system on adipose tissue function and whole body metabolic health

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April 22

Holly Paden, PhD Candidate

OSUN PhD Candidate

Behavioral Factors Influencing Acquisition of Foodborne Disease by Cancer Patients Receiving Treatment and Changes in Murine Gastrointestinal Microbiome Composition and Diversity in Response to Cancer and Chemotherapy

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Seminars begin at 12:00 pm (noon). In person seminars will occur in Campbell hall, room 252.

Co-organizers: Martha Belury (MAB) and Sheila Jacobi (SJ)