Stars in Nutrition & Cancer
This lecture series features extraordinary contributors or "stars" in the field of cancer and nutrition research. Speakers highlight the important role that nutrition plays in modifying cancer development. Past lectures are videotaped and available for viewing.
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March 19, 2013, Susan Taylor Mayne, PhD
Micronutrients and Cancer Prevention: A Complex World
November 05, 2012, Zigang Dong, MD, PhD
Can We Win the War Against Cancer by Prevention?
March 13, 2012, Charles Serhan, PhD, Novel Omega-3 Mediators & Mechanisms in the Resolution of Inflammation: What can they tell us about Preventative and Therapeutic Approaches?
November 02, 2011, Max Wicha, MD, Chemoprevention Using Natural Dietary Components to Target Cancer Stem Cells
March 15, 2011, John Ioannidis, MD, False Positives, False Negatives, and Small Effects: Genome, Exposome, and Nutrition
October 04, 2010, Stephen Barnes, PhD, Soy and Cancer: Wish You Were Young Again
March 16, 2010, Jeremy Nicholson, PhD, The Human Microbiome-Host Metabolic Axis in Health and Disease
September 29, 2009, Randy Jirtle, PhD, Epigenetics, Nutrition and Disease Susceptibility
March 19, 2009, Martin Philbert, PhD, Nanonutrition Frontiers: Lessons Learned from Imaging and Therapy
October 01, 2008, Olufunmilayo Olopade, MD, A Family Based Approach to Breast Cancer Prevention
March 18, 2008, Martin Wiseman, MD, Nutrition and Cancer: From Genotype to Phenotype
October 04, 2007, Leonard Augenlicht, PhD, Genetic and Nutritional Modulation of Intestinal Tumorigenesis
March 15, 2007, Peter Gillies, PhD, Omega-3 Fatty Acids in the Dietary Management of Pro-Inflammatory States: A Nutrigenomic Model
October 23, 2006, Sheila Bingham, PhD, Nutritional and Molecular Biomarkers in Diet and Cancer Epidemiology
March 27, 2006, Bruce Ames, PhD, Mitochondrial Decay Contributes to Aging and Degenerative Diseases: The Role of Micronutrients
September 28, 2005, Robert Weinberg, PhD, Mechanisms Leading to the Formation of Human Malignancies
March 21, 2005, Paul Talalay, MD, Protecting Against Cancer: Edible Plants, Genes, and Enzymes
September 20, 2004, Ron Evans, PhD, Nuclear Receptors and the Complex Journey to Obesity
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