Exercise, Omics, and the Pediatric Origins of Health-Not Just For Kids Anymore

Ann Arbor MI 11-15-2019 11-15-2019

Dr. Cooper will lead a discussion with the focus on the emergence of pediatric exercise testing as a tool to discover fundamental mechanisms of growth and development in children in health and disease. He will be speaking about current and novel approaches to pediatric exercise testing, linking systemic responses to cellular processes and present ways to advance the field in both clinical and research applications.

A talk by Dr. Dan M. Cooper, Associate Vice Chancellor for Clinical and Translational Science at UC Irvine, and former Chair of Pediatrics at UC Irvine.

November 15, 2019
10:00 am - 11:00 am
CHGD Commons Room (300 N. Ingalls St., 10th floor
Sponsored by: CHGD, MNORC and Nutritional Sciences
Contact Information: Lindsey Mitchell

Dr. Cooper will lead a discussion with the focus on the emergence of pediatric exercise testing as a tool to discover fundamental mechanisms of growth and development in children in health and disease. He will be speaking about current and novel approaches to pediatric exercise testing, linking systemic responses to cellular processes and present ways to advance the field in both clinical and research applications.

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