Presentations

Alexander DD. Red meat and cancer risk: interpreting the evidence. NCBA Discovery Symposium. Denver, CO. July 27, 2016.

Alexander DD. Theory: bias and confounding. Strengthening Causal Inference in Behavioral Obesity Research. Summer short course; University of Alabama-Birmingham, July 25, 2016.

Alexander DD. Red meat and cancer risk: interpreting the evidence. Danish Nutrition Society; University of Copenhagen. Copenhagen, Denmark. June 21, 2016.

Alexander DD. Meta-analysis: recycling garbage or an important tool for evaluating the evidence? Drug and Medical Device Seminar. Chicago, IL. May 19-20, 2016.

Alexander DD. Evaluating the relationship of meat and cancer risk. Canadian Nutrition Society, Ottawa, Canada. May 5-7, 2016.

Alexander DD. Becoming a nutrition detective. Washington State Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Annual Conference. April 18, 2016.

Bylsma LC, Alexander DD. A review and meta-analysis of prospective studies of red and processed meat, meat cooking methods, heme iron, heterocyclic amines and prostate cancer. Presented at Experimental Biology Conference, San Diego, CA, April 5 2016

Alexander DD. Red meat and chronic disease: A closer look into the data. Utah Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Annual Conference. March 24, 2016.

Alexander DD. Meat and cancer risk: understanding the science. Protein: Contributions and Controversies. Toronto, Canada. February 29, 2016.

Alexander DD. Understanding the role of epidemiology in disease causation. Asbestos Medicine; DRI. Las Vegas, NV, November 5-6, 2015.

Alexander DD. Theory: bias and confounding in observational studies. Strengthening Causal Inference in Behavioral Obesity Research. Summer short course; University of Alabama-Birmingham, July 20, 2015.

Alexander DD. Red and processed meat consumption and cancer. International Meat Society. Calgary, Canada. July 1-2, 2015.

Alexander DD. Red meat consumption and chronic disease. Canadian Nutrition Society. Winnipeg, Canada. May 30, 2015.

Alexander DD. Understanding studies of diet and chronic disease. New Mexico Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Albuquerque NM. April 24, 2015.

Alexander DD. Becoming a Nutrition Detective: Critically Reviewing Research and Communicating Science. DBC Communications Camp, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. January 17, 2015.

Alexander DD. Overview of FDA Health Claims and the Submission Process. Webinar. January 13, 2015.

Alexander DD, State of the epidemiologic science on red meat and chronic disease. Health Canada. Ottawa, Canada; October 22, 2014

Alexander DD. Observational epidemiologic studies of breakfast intake. Kellogg Scientific Advisory Board Meeting. Battle Creek, MI; October 1, 2014.

Alexander DD. Caffeine intake during pregnancy: the pregnancy signal and reproductive outcomes. The Toxicology Forum, 40th Annual Summer Meeting, Aspen, CO, July 7-10, 2014.

Alexander DD. Understanding studies of diet and chronic disease. Delaware Dietetic Association, Dover, DE, May 9, 2014.

Alexander DD. Red meat and colorectal cancer: a quantitative update on the state of the science. Experimental Biology, San Diego, CA, April 27, 2014.

Alexander DD. Nutrition Detective: An Epidemiologist’s Investigation Into Diet and Chronic Disease. 31st Annual Health & Nutritional Sciences Conference, South Dakota State University, April 10, 2014.

Alexander DD. Summarizing, Interpreting, and Communicating Epidemiologic Evidence. GOED Exchange, Salt Lake City, UT, February 6, 2014.

Alexander DD. Synthesizing and Summarizing Epidemiology Evidence, Health Economics, and Fiber and Constipation. Food & Fiber Summit: Identifying Practical Solutions to Meet America’s Fiber Needs, Washington DC, January 28, 2014.

Alexander DD. Interpreting Epidemiologic Evidence, and a Case Study on Red Meat and Colorectal Cancer. Oncology Nutrition Symposium, Hollywood, FL, January 18, 2

Alexander DD. OMEGA-3 LC-PUFAs: Judging the Epidemiologic Evidence. GOED Fall Member Meeting at the SupplySide West Tradeshow, Las Vegas, NV, November 14, 2013.

Alexander DD. Nutritional Epidemiology: Are We Overstating the Evidence? Missouri Academy of Family Physicians, 21st Annual Fall Conference, Branson, MO, November 9, 2013

Alexander DD. Interpreting Epidemiologic Evidence. DRI Asbestos Medicine Seminar, New Orleans, LA, November 8, 2013.

Alexander DD. DRI Research Roundtable: Full-Fat Dairy Products in Nutrition and Health (panel discussant). October 10, 2013.

Alexander DD. Update on Red Meat and Colorectal Cancer. International Meat Society Annual Meeting. Granada Spain (webinar), September 14, 2013.

Alexander DD. Sustainable Nutrition Roundtable (panel discussant). August 2, 2013.

Franzblau A, Broadwater K, Luksemburg W, Maier M, Jiang X, Garabrant DH, Demond A. Serum Concentrations of Polychlorinated Dibenzo-p-dioxins Among Users of Ball Clay. Joint ISEE, ISES and ISIAQ Environmental Health Conference. Basel, Switzerland. 19-23 August 2013

Cohen, SS. Symposium Co-chair, Society for Epidemiologic Research Annual Meeting, “Racial Disparities in Cancer: from the Molecular to the Macro-Environment,” Boston, MA (June 2013)

Alexander DD. Dairy and body composition: Making sense of meta-analyses. Dairy Research Institute Meeting: Dairy and Weight, Chicago, IL, June 4–5, 2013.

Alexander DD. Nitrate and nitrite exposure and stomach cancer: summary of the epidemiologic evidence. Canadian Nutrition Society, Annual Meeting, Quebec City, Canada, May 31, 2013.

Alexander DD. Meta-analysis: Judging the evidence, fish oil and cardiovascular disease. AOCS: Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Heart Health, Montreal, Canada, April 28-May 1, 2013.

Alexander DD. Epidemiologic evidence: Investigation Into diet and chronic disease. MINK Conference: Nutrition Without Boundaries, Kansas City, KS, April 6, 2013.