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Examining a Developmental Approach to Childhood Obesity: The Fetal and Early Childhood Years

Welcome (10:14 )

Welcome and introduction to the webcast

  • Session 4 Q&A Panelists
    Institute of Medicine

    Panelists from session 4 field questions from the audience members.

  • Session 4 Panel Discussion Panelists
    Institute of Medicine

    Discussion between panelists and speakers from session 4.

  • Welcome and Summary from Day 1 Shari Barkin
    Vanderbilt University

    Welcome and summary overview of day 1 by Shari Barkin, William K. Warren Family...

  • Welcome Shari Barkin
    William K. Warren Family Foundation Chair in Medicine and Professor of...

    Welcome and introduction to the webcast

  • Opening Remarks David M. Klurfield, Sandra Hassink, Jamie Bussel
    Institute of Medicine

    Opening remarks of the webcast

Conceptual Model of Epigenetic Influence on Obesity Risk
Andrea Baccarelli
Harvard School of Public Health

Speaker Presentation

Developmental Plasticity – Sensitive Periods and Risk of...
Kevin Grove
Novo Nordisk

Speaker presentation

Early Exposure Events and Obesity-Related Outcomes
Aryeh Stein
Emory University

Presentation by Aryeh Stein, Emory University

Early Infant Rapid Weight Gain and the Epigenetics of Leptin
Marie-France Hivert
Harvard University

Speaker presentation

Epigenetic Mechanisms for Obesity Risk
Jacob Friedman
University of Colorado, Denver

Speaker Presentation

Fathers’ Early Contribution to the Birth of the Child: The...
Stephen Krawetz
Wayne State University

Speaker Presentation

Fundamentals of Epigenetics
Robert Waterland
Baylor College of Medicine

Speaker Presentation

Maternal Influences on Offspring’s Epigenetics and Later...
Caroline Relton
Newcastle University

Speaker Presentation

Messages to Women about Epigenetics and Childhood Obesity
Sarah Richardson
Harvard University

Presentation by Sarah Richardson, Harvard University

Opening Remarks
David M. Klurfield, Sandra Hassink, Jamie Bussel
Institute of Medicine

Opening remarks of the webcast

Panel Discussion with Speakers
Panelists
Institute of Medicine

Panelists field questions from the audience

Q&A with Participants
Panelists
Institute of Medicine

Panelists field questions from the audience

Session 1: Q&A
Panelists
Institute of Medicine

Panelists field questions from the audience

Session 4 Panel Discussion
Panelists
Institute of Medicine

Discussion between panelists and speakers from session 4.

Session 4 Q&A
Panelists
Institute of Medicine

Panelists from session 4 field questions from the audience members.

Session 5: Chair's Summary and Final Thoughts
Shari Barkin
Vanderbilt University

Summary by Shari Barkin, Vanderbilt University

Session 5: Facilitated Discussion on Opportunities and...
Judith Hall
University of British Columbia

Presentation by Judith Hall, University of British Columbia

The Epigenetics of the Microbiome
Meredith Hullar
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Speaker Presentation

The Microbiome and our Genome
William Neirman
J. Craig Venter Institute

Panelists field questions from the audience

The Role of Disparity in the Origins of Obesity Risk
Linda Adair
University of North Carolina

Speaker Presentation

Theory to Clinical Practice
Shari Barkin
Vanderbilt University

Presentation by Shari Barkin, Vanderbilt University

Therapies to Reverse Metabolic Disturbances Arising as a...
Mark Vickers
University of Auckland

Speaker presentation

Toxic Stress and Its Role in Childhood Obesity
Antonio Convit
Nathan Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research

Speaker Presentation

Welcome
Shari Barkin
William K. Warren Family Foundation Chair in Medicine and Professor of...

Welcome and introduction to the webcast

Welcome and Summary from Day 1
Shari Barkin
Vanderbilt University

Welcome and summary overview of day 1 by Shari Barkin, William K. Warren Family...