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Seminars from 2000

The CNRC Seminar is held in the Richard M. Scrushy Building, Room 226 on Tuesdays at Noon. If you are interested in presenting a seminar, please contact David Allison, PhD or Pi-Ling Chang, PhD.

Date Speaker Topic
January 4 Roland L. Weinsier, MD and Members of the Executive Committee
Department of Nutrition Sciences, UAB
What the New NIH-Funded Clinical Nutrition Research Center Can Do For You!
January 11 Douglas Heimburger, MD
Department of Nutrition Sciences, UAB
Can Dietary Changes Really Prevent Cancer? Epidemiology vs. Randomized Trials
January 18 T. Tamura, MD
Department of Nutrition Sciences, UAB
Folate Metabolism in Zinc and Iron Deficiency: Implication to Pregnancy Outcome
January 25 Marc L. Reitman, MD, PhD
NIDDK, NIH
The Physiology of Fatless Mice
February 15 James C. Barton, MD
Department of Medicine, UAB
Iron Nutrition in Hemochromatosis
February 22 Pi-Ling Chang, PhD
Department of Nutrition Sciences, UAB
Suppressed Expression of Osteopontin Decreased Tumorigenic Transformation of Mouse Preneoplastic Cells
February 29 Philip Wood, DVM, PhD
Department of Comparative Medicine, UAB
Roles of Fatty Acid Metabolism in Disease: Genetic and Molecular Mechanisms In Vivo
March 7 Rakesh P. Patel, PhD
Department of Pathology, UAB
Free Radicals, Nutrition and Exercise: Potential Mechanisms for Protection Against Cardiovascular Diseases
March 21 Barbara A. Gower, PhD
Department of Nutrition Sciences, UAB
Hormone Replacement Therapy and Body Composition: New Insights
March 28 Patrick P. Tso, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
The Role of Apoprotein A-IV in the Regulation of Food Intake
April 4 Steven J. Zullo, PhD
National Institute of Mental Health
Is the Common Mitochondrial DNA Deletion of Man and Mouse a Biomarker of Aging Mitochondria?
April 11 David A. Bernlohr, PhD
University of Minnesota
Adipocyte Fatty Acid Trafficking in Obesity and Diabetes Syndromes
April 25 Tim R. Nagy, PhD
Department of Nutrition Sciences, UAB
Mechanisms Regulating Body Weight: Insights from a Novel Animal Model
May 2 Stephen D. Hursting, PhD
National Cancer Institute
Nutrition and Cancer Prevention: Studies of Mice and Men
May 9 Marcas Bamman, PhD
Department of Human Studies, UAB
Morphological and Enzymatic Characteristics of Skeletal Muscle in Obese and Normal Weight Women
May 16 Mark Tarnopolsky, MD, PhD, FRCP
McMaster University Medical Center
Creatine Monohydrate: A Potential Therapeutic Agent for the Elderly and those with Neurological Disorders
May 23 John Chatham, PhD
Department of Medicine, UAB
13C-NMR Spectroscopy - A Window into the Heart of Metabolism
September 12 Renee Desmond, PhD, Heidi Weiss, PhD, and Kathy Zhang, MS
CNRC Statistical Core, Department of Nutrition Sciences, UAB
Longitudinal Data Analysis: An Introduction and Examples
September 19 Patrick Stover, PhD
Cornell University
Regulation of Folate Metabolism and Status by Iron
September 26 Gary E. Truett, PhD
Pennington Biomedical Research Center
A Developmental Switch for Obesity
October 3 John Forder, PhD
Department of Medicine, UAB
The Future of Magnetic Resonance: Star Trek Reality
October 10 Gary Hunter, PhD
Department of Human Studies, UAB
Metabolic Difference Between Black and White Women
October 17 Mary Hagen, PhD
Department of Psychology, UAB
New Insights into the Role of the CNS Melanocortin System in the Control of Food Intake and Body Weight
October 24 Paul Brookes, PhD
Department of Pathology, UAB
Mitochondrial Uncoupling Proteins - Certainties and Uncertainties
November 7 Janet Isaacs, PhD
Department of Nutrition Sciences, UAB
Nutritional Management of Inborn Errors of Protein Metabolism
November 14 Isao Eto, PhD
Department of Nutrition Sciences, UAB
Cell Cycle Control of Tumor Promotion