144/159 - Cohort studies in Ibero-America

Organized by: Ibero-American chapter of the DOHaD Society (Chile)
Sunday 15 October 8.30 - 13.00 h. Room 9

The INCAP longitudinal study: four decades of follow up

Speaker

Prof. Reynaldo Martorell

Robert W. Woodruff Professor of International Nutrition. Hubert Department of Global Health. Emory University. USA.


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A look into pregnancies in Venezuela: the impact of adverse conditions in pregnancy development and newborns.

Speaker

Dr. Marianella Herrera Cuenca

MD, DSc, PhD. Bengoa Foundation and Center for Development Studies. Central University of Venezuela (CENDES-UCV) Caracas. Venezuela.


Early life factors and childhood habits influencing excess body weight in a Spanish multicultural cohort (CALINA cohort, Zaragoza).

Speaker

Prof. Gerardo Rodríguez

Professor of Pediatrics. Hospital Clínico Universitario 'Lozano Blesa'. University of Zaragoza. Spain.


Role of microbiota on brain development during early life.

Speaker

Prof. Cristina Campoy

Department of Paediatrics. School of Medicine. University of Granada. Spain.


Protein and caloric deficit during the neonatal period in Infants with birth weight less than 1500 g and its association with blood pressure in adolescence

Speaker

Prof. Claudio Solana

Head of the Neonatology Division. Sardá Hospital. Buenos Aires. Argentina.


Assessing The Impact of Growth Trajectory of Very Low Birth Weight Infants on Executive Functions at 11 Years of Age.

Speaker

Dr. Silvana Vivas

Child Development Specialist. National University of Buenos Aires. Preterm Cohort Study. Sardá Maternity. Argentina.


The Limache, Chile, brith cohort study.

Speaker

Prof. Hugo Amigo

Professor. Department of Nutrition. Faculty of Medicine. University of Chile. Chile.


Retrospective cohorts studies in Chile

Speaker

Dr. Francisco José Mardones Santander

Professor of Public Health. Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. President of the Ibero-American Chapter of the DOHaD Society. Chile.


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Critical Windows for Prevention of Obesity and Associated Conditions: the GOCS and CHIMINO Chilean cohorts

Speakers

Dr. Camila Corvalan-Aguilar

Institute of Nutrition and Food Technology (INTA). University of Chile. Santiago. Chile.


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Dr. María Luisa Garmendia

Institute of Nutrition and Food Technology (INTA). University of Chile. Santiago. Chile.