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Feeding Families: Bridging Social Sciences & Social Epidemiology Approaches to Obesity Research

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July 8-9, 2008

Draft Agenda

Co-Chairs: John Cawley External Web Site Policy, Cornell University
Tom Glass External Web Site Policy, Johns Hopkins University

Day One

1:30pm Introductions and Meeting Charge
2:30pm Session 1: The Role of Mom
Presenter:
Sheryl Hughes External Web Site Policy, Baylor College of Medicine
Respondents:
Naomi Quinn External Web Site Policy, Duke University
Pam Smock External Web Site Policy, University of Michigan
5:00pm Adjourn

Day Two

8:30am Brief recap, logistics, etc.
9:00am Session 2: The Influence of Media
Presenter:
Elizabeth Vandewater, RTI
Respondents:
Peter Bearman External Web Site Policy, Columbia University
Rukmalie Jayakody External Web Site Policy, Pennsylvania State University
11:30am Break
12:00pm Session 3: Fast Food versus Home Cooking AND working lunch
Presenter:
Ardyth Gillespie External Web Site Policy, Cornell University
Respondents:
Virginia Chang External Web Site Policy, University of Pennsylvania
Nancy Folbre External Web Site Policy, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
2:30pm Wrap-up
3:00pm Adjourn

Sponsored by the Demographic and Behavioral Sciences Branch of the NICHD, the NICHD Obesity Research Strategic Core, the NIH Office of Disease Prevention, the NIH Division of Nutrition Research Coordination, and the Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research.

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