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Understanding human and bovine milk digestion

CPHHS Assistant Professor David Dallas, Ph.D., will present “Understanding human and bovine milk digestion."

The overall aim of Dallas' research is to identify novel, evolutionarily relevant bioactive compounds in human and bovine milk and the extent to which they survive throughout the digestive system. In particular, he is interested in bioactive milk proteins and fragments of proteins—peptides—released within the mammary gland and during digestion. He is also particularly interested in improving health outcomes for preterm infants. 

This seminar is co-sponsored by the CPHHS Nutrition Program.

Friday, November 20, 2020 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm

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Lecture or Presentation

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Health and Well-being, Research


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College of Public Health and Human Sciences
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Marie Harvey, DrPH, MPH

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Abigail Ryle left a positive review 11/19/2020

Fascinating and relevant topic, presented in an engaging manner with lots of visuals and an excellent question and answer session at the end. It required a little more in depth knowledge than I had, but I was able to follow along and enjoy it all the same.