Seminars

INP and Fuqua Graduate Seminar Series

Fall 2018 – Fridays, 10:30 - 11:20am, BRNG 2290 (unless otherwise noted)

The Fuqua Graduate Student Seminar Series in Nutrition Science is named in memory of the life and career of Dr. Mary Fuqua. Dr. Fuqua served as a faculty member in Nutrition Science (formerly the Department of Foods and Nutrition) at Purdue University from 1963 to 1987. During her tenure, she held positions as Department Head, Associate Dean of Home Economics Extension, and Associate Dean of (the former) School of Consumer and Family Sciences. Naming this seminar series in memory of Dr. Fuqua is fitting as she was passionate about giving high-quality presentations and teaching this important skill to her students and colleagues.

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2018 Seminars

*August 31

Genetics and Diet Interact to Modulate Trabecular Bone Mass and Microarchitecture
Krittikan Chanpaisaeng
Graduate Student, Purdue University

*September 7

Effect of Dietary Phosphorus, age, and Kidney Disease Progression on Intestinal Phosphorus Absorption
Colby Vorland
Graduate Student, Purdue University

September 14

Are Recommended Dietary Allowances for protein accurate and relevant for older adults?
Wayne Campbell, Ph.D.
Professor, Nutrition Science, Purdue University

September 21

Identify Gut Targeted Therapeutics of Osteoporosis – Corporate Affiliates
Laura McCabe, Ph.D.
Professor, Michigan State University
MRGN 121

September 28

Things You Didn't Know About Carbs and Health, and How They Benefit the Body
Bruce Hamaker, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor of Food Science, Purdue University

October 5

Why is it so difficult to lose weight and keep it off?
Kevin D. Hall, Ph.D.
National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases
Fowler Hall, STEW

*October 12

A Novel Mixed-Methods Approach to Evaluating Community Health Coalition Effectiveness
Jennifer Mansfield
Graduate Student, Purdue University

October 19

Appetite Control – Are We Making Progress?
Richard D. Mattes , MPH, Ph.D., RD
Director of Public Health, Director of Ingestive Behavior Research Center, Distinguished Professor of Nutrition Science, Purdue University

*October 26

Defining Myeloid-Derived Suppressor Cells and How Vitamin D Modulates Them
Ryan Calvert
Graduate Student, Purdue University

November 2

Overcoming Barriers to Impact Nutrition Science and Policy
Connie Weaver, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor, Director Women’s Global Health Institute, Purdue University
Co-Deputy Director Indiana CTSI

November 9

Life Course of Preeclampsia: Facing Obesity and Comorbidity in Mothers and Offspring
Michele R. Forman, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor and Department Head, Purdue University

November 16

The Mind of a Scientist: Nutrition and Cancer Prevention
James C. Fleet, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor, Purdue University

November 30

Lactose Intolerance and Milk Avoidance: Scientific Realities and Dietary Management
Dennis Savaiano, Ph.D.
Virginia C. Meredith Professor of Nutrition Policy, Director of North Central Nutrition Education Center, Purdue University

*December 7

The Influence of Habitual Breakfast Consumption and Breakfast Composition on Appetite and Food Choice
Steve Douglas
Graduate Student, Purdue University


*Fuqua Graduate Seminar

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