Diabetes Symposium Series
The Diabetes Symposium Series is a series of speakers discussing innovations and current trends in Diabetes Prevention, Care and Management. This series was created for audiences that are less likely to engage in research and are interested in learning more about diabetes and its complications. The symposium is open to all community members both inside and outside of the university. A series of three symposiums are scheduled each semester.
Debby Kay, Executive Director, Diabetes Alert Dog Alliance and her dog Sage gives a demonstration on the role of detector dogs and the management of diabetes for the Diabetes Symposium Series in September of 2013. Debby helps professional and amateur trainers apply her innovative Super Sniffer™ program to training medical alert dogs.
Symposium Series Line Up
Wednesday, March 26, 2014, Walter Hall 135, 5:00-6:15 PM
Title: "Symposium Series - Jeopardy Edition"
Presented by: Kimberly Clevenger, Katie Troike and Alexis Zontini, DI Graduate Assistants
Thursday, April 17, 2014, Irvine 194, 5:00-6:15 PM
Title: "How parents, schools and communities can help youths develop healthy bodies:
Some surprising implications of recent research"
Presented by: Bernard (Bob) Gutin, PhD, Emeritus Professor, Applied Physiology, Teachers College, Columbia University and Emeritus Professor, Pediatrics and Physiology, Medical College of Georgia
Stay tuned for Fall 2014 Symposium dates.