8:00 - 9:30 AM CST
|Ethics in breast milk research: This panel will discuss the diverse perspectives on ethical issues in human milk research. Topics will include: supporting the World Health Organization code and ethical considerations for involving industry in human milk research.||
Dr. Berthold Koletzko, University of Munich
|May/June 2021||Story Series: Diverse career paths in human milk research||Story Series: Diverse career paths in human milk research||TBD|
|July 2021||Workshop: Illustrating Your Science - How to make a compelling infographic||Workshop: Illustrating Your Science - How to make a compelling infographic||TBD|
|July 9 & 16 2020||Basic Coding in Rstudio||Stephanie Goguen, MSc and Sarah Turner PhD Cand.|
|September 28, 2020||Trainee Expansion Program: Information and Opportunities||Stephanie Martin, James Butcher, Anita Esquerra-Zwiers, Anuradha Ravi|
|November 24, 2020
8-9am CST/3-4pm CET
|The Transition to Online Learning and Research: Tips and Ideas from ISRHML Trainees
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|Sarah Dib, PhD Candidate, Dr. Ryan Pace, PhD,
Dr. Sarah Reyes, PhD,
Dr. Alecia-Jane Twigger, PhD
|Miranda Loutet, PhD student
Miranda Loutet is a PhD student in Epidemiology at the University of Toronto’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health and The Hospital for Sick Children’s Centre for Global Child Health. Her research focuses on how early infant factors, such as breastfeeding and mode of delivery, contribute to the development of the infant microbiome and risk of severe infections among infants in Bangladesh. Miranda is also pursuing a specialization in global health as a Doctoral Fellow at the University of Toronto’s Center for Global Health with the long-term goal of conducting interdisciplinary research with global policy impact.
|Sarah Turner, PhD cand.
Sarah is a Vanier Scholar and PhD candidate in the Department of Community Health Sciences at the University of Manitoba. Her research focuses on how breastmilk and breastfeeding contribute to child neurological development and behavioural outcomes. She is interested in how both the nutritional qualities of breastmilk and the psychological benefits of breastfeeding contribute to infant health and wellbeing. Sarah is interested in knowledge translation and how to best communicate breastfeeding research to the public.