Save the DateFriday, April 9, 2010
Pfendler Hall Auditorium
Kirksey Lecture Series
"Dietary-induced zinc deficiency in low-income countries: Challenges and solutions"
Presented by Rosalind Gibson, Ph.D.
Friday, May 2, 2014
Loeb Playhouse, STEW, 10:30am
About the Series
Dr. Avanelle Kirksey, a valued faculty member of the Department of Nutrition Science from 1961 to 1994, left a legacy at Purdue University. Her dynamic, productive, and imaginative research program bridged the gap from basic mechanistic science to a better understanding of the relation of diet to human behavior and cognition. In addition to her demanding research program, she is an inspiring role model for students.
In 1985, Dr. Kirksey became the second female distinguished professor at Purdue University. In 1997, she received an Honorary Doctorate from Purdue. Her groundbreaking research, valued teaching, and community outreach efforts are honored with this lecture series that is held each spring.
|2013||Complementary Feeding Strategies for Breastfed Infants: What's the Evidence that it Matters?||Nancy F. Krebs, MD, MS|
|2012||Impact of Maternal Obesity and Diet on Fetal Development
||Janet C. King, PhD|
|2011||Improving the Assessment of Diet in the National Children's Study: The Battle Between Technological Advancement and Old Habits
||Anna Maria Siega-Riz, PhD, MS|
|2010||Early Determinants of Chronic Disease: Pregnancy Through Early Childhood
||Stephanie Atkinson, PhD|
|2009||The World is Fat -- The Trends, Policies, and Products that are Fattening the Human Race
||Barry M. Popkin, PhD|
|2008||What are the "Problem Nutrients" for Breastfed Infants?
||Kathryn Dewey, PhD|
|2007||Insulin and Amino Acids are Critical Regulators of Neonatal Muscle Growth
||Teresa A. Davis, PhD|
|2006||Childhood Malnutrition Kills: Scientific Demonstration, Persuasion, and Evolution of Policy
||Jean-Pierre Habicht, MD, MPS, PhD|
|2005||Nutrition, Physical Activity, Bone Development and Forearm Fractures in Children
||Heidi J. Kalkwarf, PhD, RD|
|2004||Maternal/Fetal Nutrient Partitioning During Pregnancy: Whose Needs Predominate?
||Kimberly O'Brien, PhD|
|2003||Reference Infant and Child Models of Body Composition: A Contemporary Update
||Kenneth Ellis, PhD|
|2002||Micronutrient Deficiencies and Child Development
||Maureen Black, PhD|
|2001||Are Activity and Diet Really Important for Children's Bones?
||Bonny Specker, PhD|
|2000||The Public Health Importance of Maternal Zinc Deficiency: Lessons Learned From Peru
||Laura E. Caulfield, PhD|
|1999||Prenatal Vitamin B-6 Deficiency and Poverty -- Is There a Link?
||Robert D. Reynolds, PhD|
|1998||Folate Nutrition and Reproductive Health
||Mary Frances Picciano|
|1997||Developmental and Behavioral Effects of Iron Deficiency in Infants
|1996||Early Flavor Experiences: When Do They Start?
||Julie Mennella, PhD|