Program

Monday 18

FROM

TO

SPEAKERS

SUBJECT/Title

Breakfast

STEWART CENTER 302/306

7.00

8.00

 

 

Menu

STEWART CENTER 302/306

8.00

8.30

Provost Timothy Sands
& IBCN leadership

PURDUE UNIVERSITY

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION

STEWART CENTER 302/306

 

 

SESSION ON BREAST CANCER PREVENTION AND COMMUNICATION

Chair: Erin Donovan-Kicken, Communication Studies, University of Texas at Austin, USA
Co-chair: Mohan Dutta, Communication, Purdue University, USA

KEYNOTE

8.30

9.30

Kami Silk

Breast Cancer and Environment Research Center, Michigan State University, USA

The Breast Cancer and Environment Research Centers: Communicating to Lay Audiences about Breast Cancer Risk Reduction

Speaker

9.30

10.00

Laurie Hoffman-Goetz

Faculty of Applied Health Sciences
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Communicating about Breast Cancer in Canada: Challenges and Opportunities

Break

10.00

10.20

 

 

COFFEE BREAK

Speaker

10.20

10.50

Beatrice Wiafe-Addai

Peace and Love Hospital and Breast Care International, Kumasi, Ghana

The Role of Awareness in Early Detection

Speaker

10.50

11.20

Seiichiro Yamamoto

Center for Cancer Control and Information Services, National Cancer Center, Japan

Informing the Public about Breast Cancer: Communication and Prevention in Japan

Speaker

11.20

11.50

Jakob Jensen

Purdue University, Cancer Communication Program, USA

A Multi-National Content Analysis of Cancer News Coverage: Representations of Cancer on a Global Scale

Break

11.50

12.20

 

 

 

LUNCH
 special event

PMU North Ballroom

Menu

12.30

1.45

Joe Harford

Introduction by Dr. Arden Bement (Director, Purdue Global Policy Research Institute)

International Affairs, National Cancer Institute, NIH, USA

Early Detection of Breast Cancer in Low-Resource Countries: The Math and the Myths

STEWART CENTER 302/306

 

 

SESSION ON BREAST CANCER PREVENTION AND PUBLIC POLICY

Chair: Temeika Fairley, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA
Co-chair: Sandra Liu, Consumer Sciences & Retailing, Purdue University, USA

KEYNOTE

2.00

3.00

Temeika Fairley

Center for Disease control and Prevention, USA

Addressing the Breast Health of Women in the United States: Public Health’s Role in Breast Cancer Prevention

Speaker

3.00

3.30

Marie-Laure Moquet-Anger

College of Law and Political Science, Univ. of Rennes 1, France

The Role of the Law in an International Program of Disease Prevention Research

Break

3.30

3.50

 

 

COFFEE BREAK

STEWART CENTER 206

 

 

 

 

 

Speaker

3.50

4.20

Ellen Gruenbaum

Head of Department of Anthropology, Purdue University, USA

Public Health Policy and Women’s Health Issues:  The Cultural Complexity of Addressing Breasts Globally

Speaker

4.20

4.50

Kofi Nyarko

National Cancer Control, Disease Control and Prevention Department, Ghana Health Service, Ghana

Breast Cancer Prevention and Policy in Africa - A Case of Ghana

 

Speaker

4.50

5.20

Martine Bellanger

Public Health Policy Analysis Center, National School of Public Health, France

Economics and politics of breast cancer prevention in some European countries

Panel Discussion

STEWART
314

5.30

6.30

International communication and influence on public health policy

Discussion Leaders:
Martine Bellanger,
Public Health Policy Analysis Center, National School of Public Health, France
Jakob Jensen, Department of Communication, Purdue University, USA

Special Topic

Educational session

STEWART
206

5.30

6.30

Current status of breast cancer treatment


George Sledge Jr., Department of Medicine, Division of Hematology/Oncology, Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center,USA

Introduction by Dr. Wael Harb, Care Group Horizon Oncology Center

Reception
with buffet

Dauch Alumni Center

7.30

10.00

RECEPTION AND POSTER SESSION

 

Tuesday 19

FROM

TO

SPEAKERS

FROM

SUBJECT/TITLE

Breakfast

STEWART CENTER 302/306

7.30

8.30

 

 

Menu

STEWART CENTER 302/306

 

 

SESSION ON NUTRITION, POPULATIONS AND BREAST CANCER

Chair: Suzanne Murphy, Cancer Research Center of Hawaii, University of Hawaii, USA
Co-chair: George McCabe, Department of Statistics, Purdue University, USA

KEYNOTE

8.30

9.30

Ricardo  Uauy

Public Health Nutrition, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London, UK

Life Course Approach to Cancer Prevention: How Early

Speaker

9.30

10.00

Chisato Nagata

Dept. of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, Gifu University, Japan

Soy intake and breast cancer risk in Japanese women

Break

10.00

10.20

 

 

COFFEE BREAK

Speaker

10.20

10.50

Philippe Autier

International Prevention Research Institute (iPRI), Lyon, France

How much of the breast cancer burden can we explain now and how much primary prevention could control?

Speaker

10.50

11.20

Susan Hankinson

Dept. of Epidemiology, Harvard School of Public Health, USA

Endogenous Hormones and Breast Cancer Risk: Current Status, Challenges, and Opportunities

Speaker

11.20

11.50

Laurence Kolonel

Epidemiology Program, Cancer Research Center, University of Hawaii, HI, USA

The Multiethnic Cohort Study: A Unique Resource for the Study of Breast Cancer Etiology and Prevention

Speaker

11.50

12.20

Elio Riboli

Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention Department, Imperial College, London, UK

The Role of Metabolic and Nutritional Factors in Breast Cancer Causes and Prevention: Results from EPIC

oral presentations

Lunch boxes

Menu

12.30

1.30

 

Introduction by Marietta Harrison, Associate Vice President for Research, Purdue University, USA

 

To be selected from Abstracts

Catherine Peachey Presentation Awards

STEWART CENTER 302/306

 

 

SESSION ON NUTRITION RESEARCH AND BREAST CANCER

Chair: Ailsa Welch, Nutritional Epidemiology, University of East Anglia, UK
Co-chair: Carol Boushey, Foods and Nutrition, Purdue University, USA

KEYNOTE

1.30

2.30

John Milner

Nutrition and Cancer Prevention Branch , NIH, USA

Genetics, Diet and Breast Cancer Prevention

Speaker

2.30

3.00

Teresa Norat

Division of Epidemiology, Public Health and Primary Care, Imperial College, London, UK

WCRF/AICR Continuous Update Project: Food, Nutrition and Physical Activity and the Risk of Breast Cancer

Break

3.00

3.15

 

 

COFFEE BREAK

Speaker

3.15

3.45

Joan Lappe

Creighton University, Omaha Nebraska, USA

Vitamin D3 and Calcium Supplementation Dramatically Decreases Cancer Risk: Results of a Randomized Clinical Trial

Speaker

3.45

4.15

Dorothy Teegarden

Purdue University, Cancer Control and Prevention Program, USA

Vitamin D in breast cancer prevention: research approaches from bench to translation

Break

4.15

4.30

 

 

BREAK

Panel Discussion

STEWART
314

4.30

5.30

Progress and gaps in understanding diet and breast cancer relationship

Discussion Leaders:
Ricardo Uauy,
Public Health Nutrition, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London, UK
John Milner, Nutrition and Cancer Prevention Branch, NIH, USA

Educational session

STEWART
302/306

5.30

6.30

The role of breast cancer research advocacy in breast cancer prevention

Chair: Anna-Maria Storniolo, Department of Medicine, Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA


Connie Rufenbarger, Catherine Peachey Fund for Inc., Warsaw, IN

Panel Discussion:  Breast Cancer Advocacy Role in Prevention
   Susan Clare, Department of Surgery, Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

Cheryl Cooky, Health and Kinesiology, Purdue University, USA

Connie Rufenbarger, Catherine Peachey Fund, Inc., Warsaw, Indiana, USA    

   Anna-Maria Storniolo, Department of Medicine, Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center,  Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

        

PARTY

The Muse

(Menu)

7.30

11.00

PARTY and Entertainment

by Purdue Music Organizations



Onyx Uzomah

Alto
Grad student in Physiology from Owerri, Nigeria

and the Flashbacks

 


Welcome Reception, Sunday, October 17 from 5-7 p.m. in the Anniversary Drawing Room PMU

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