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Katy Henke

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Surgery

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3144547650

Requestor Email

henkeka@wudosis.wustl.edu

Type of Event

Scientific Seminar

Type of Lecture

Seminar Series

Start Time

3/30/2017 4:30 PM

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3/30/2017 5:30 PM

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Dept. of Surgery-Div. of Public Health Sciences, Inst. for Public Health and Depts. of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Medicine and Anesthesiology

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E.A. Quinn, MPH, PhD

Speaker Affiliation

Assistant Professor of Anthropology

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Milk with Altitude: Early Life Exposures in Tibetan Human Milk

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Location

Taylor Avenue Building (600 S. Taylor); The Doll & Hill Teaching Room 2131

Comments

Human milk is the first food the majority of human infants will receive. Milk is species specific, reflecting the long evolutionary history of humans. However, few studies have looked at the role of human milk in human adaptation, especially adaptation to unusual and extreme environments. Dr. Quinn’s research investigates early life exposure through milk composition as an adaptive phenotype in a population of high altitude adapted Tibetans, and the role of milk born nutritional and hormonal signals in infant development. For more information, contact: Deborah Curtis, curtisd@wudosis.wustl.edu or 314-454-7940.

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Dept. of Surgery-Div. of Public Health Sciences, Inst. for Public Health and Depts. of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Medicine and Anesthesiology -
Location:  Taylor Avenue Building (600 S. Taylor); The Doll & Hill Teaching Room 2131

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E.A. Quinn, MPH, PhD -
Milk with Altitude: Early Life Exposures in Tibetan Human Milk

Sponsor/Speaker/Title/Location

Dept. of Surgery-Div. of Public Health Sciences, Inst. for Public Health and Depts. of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Medicine and Anesthesiology -
Location:  Taylor Avenue Building (600 S. Taylor); The Doll & Hill Teaching Room 2131 -
E.A. Quinn, MPH, PhD -
Milk with Altitude: Early Life Exposures in Tibetan Human Milk

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3/30/2017

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