The DOHaD Worldwide Webinar Series is a bi-monthly forum that showcases the breadth and diversity of DOHaD research from around the world. Occurring on the first Wednesday of each month, the Society partners with Regional Chapters, Affiliates, as well as DOHaD Members from across the globe to feature a speaker in their geography. These events are free for Members, with a suggested £5 donation for non-Members. All presentations are approximately 30 minutes long, followed by a Q&A and panel discussion.
The complete Webinar Programme for 2023 may be viewed here. Recordings from past webinars are available to DOHaD Members.
Learn more about our upcoming and past webinars
Recordings of past webinars are publicly available on Youtube
Previous speakers have included:
Luseadra McKerracher, Denmark, ‘Food and housing (in)security during pregnancy in Denmark’s marginalized neighborhoods: Implications for public health’
Peter Nathanielsz, USA, ‘Life before birth: The challenges of fetal development’
Dominique Darmaun, France, ‘Role of amino acids in fetal and neonatal growth’
Cesar Victora, Brazil, ‘The short and long term consequences of poverty in childhood’
Michael Kobor, Canada, ‘Epigenetic embedding of early life experiences — How environments get “under the skin”'
Suggest a Webinar Topic and Speaker
Do you have an idea for a webinar? We especially encourage nominations of rising stars and early career researchers from around the world with novel and exciting contributions to the DOHaD field.