DOHaD and COVID-19
J DOHaD Themed Issue
COVID-19: Impact of viruses on DOHaD
In light of the current pandemic, we are calling for papers that study the impact of viruses on DOHaD. This may be studies of the impact of a viral infection on fetal, childhood or adult health, the impact of antiviral treatment on fetal, childhood or adult health or the lifelong impact of an epidemic/pandemic from a social, health or psychological perspective. Click here to read more.
**NEW** Unheard, unseen and unprotected: DOHaD council’s call for action to protect the younger generation from the long-term effects of COVID-19
Editorial published in J DOHaD 23 September 2020 available here
The deadline for nominations is March 15. Learn more >>
April 6, 2022 • Sexual Dimorphic Programming of Adipose Tissue Expansion by Maternal Obesity
Our next DOHaD Worldwide webinar will be on March 4, featuring Carlos Alberto Ibáñez Chávez, PhD, from the National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition Salvador Zubirán in Mexico. The presentation will be 30 minutes followed by a Q&A and panel discussion. Register today >>
May 4, 2022 • Programming of metabolic pathologies related to maternal diabetes
The May DOHaD Worldwide webinar will be on May 4, featuring Evangelina Capobianco, PhD, from the Center for Pharmacological and Botanical Studies, University of Buenos Aires, in Argentina. The presentation will be 30 minutes followed by a Q&A and panel discussion. Registration details will be made available in April.
12th World Congress on Developmental Origins of Health and Disease, Vancouver, Canada. 27-31 August, 2022
Join us for an exciting program themed ‘Social and Environmental Disruptions in DOHaD: Successful Interventions for a Healthy Future.‘ The sub-themes capture the breadth of DOHaD from basic science, to clinical research, to social science to policy.