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Recent Talks by Dr. Waters

Date Talk Title Organizer Location
August, 2013 Talk I: Critical Issues in Biogerontology

Talk II: Introduction to Cancer Biology
Arcadia University Philadelphia, PA
July, 2013 The Challenge of Cancer Avoidance and Successful Aging in a U-Shaped World National Cancer Institute Summer Curriculum in Cancer Prevention Rockville, MD
July, 2013 Talk I: Anti-Aging Medicine: You Can't Think Critically About Nothing

Talk II: Successful Aging: The Challenge of Promoting Health in a U-Shaped World

Talk III: Beyond Reproduction:
Re-Conceptualizing Ovaries and Longevity

Talk IV: Aging Facts or Unfinishedness: Embracing a Continuing Education of a Different Kind
The 150th American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Annual Convention Chicago, IL
June, 2013 Stress Response and Exceptional Longevity: Clues from the HPA Axis of Centenarian Rottweiler Dogss The 20th International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG) World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics Seoul, Korea
April, 2013 The Oldest Dogs as Our Greatest Teachers: Get the Words Out of Your Eyes TEDxPurdueU West Lafayette, IN
March, 2013 Generating Scientific Hypotheses From the Living Room: Some Thoughts on Aging, Language, and Barriers to Creative Discovery University of Kentucky in Lexington Lexington, KY
March, 2013 Successful Aging Factors in Dogs & Humans Louisville Dog Show Louisville, KY
February, 2013 How Language Misdirects Clinical Thinking: Two Examples of Either-Or-Ness College of Veterinary Medicine, Purdue University West Lafayette, IN
August, 2012 Animal Models in Cancer Control Research Molecular Prevention Course, National Cancer Institute Summer Curriculum in Cancer Prevention Rockville, MD
August, 2012 Healthy Longevity: Applying a Life Course Perspective to the Study of Successful Aging American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) San Diego, CA
August, 2012 Talk I: Critical Issues in Biogerontology

Talk II: Introduction to Cancer Biology
Lectures delivered at Arcadia University Philadelphia, PA
June, 2012 Talk I: Anti-Aging Medicine: You Canít Think Critically About Nothing

Talk II: Successful Aging: The Challenge of Promoting Health in a U-Shaped World

Talk III: Re-Conceptualizing Ovaries and Longevity

Talk IV: Aging-Cancer Connection: Implications for Cancer Prevention

Talk V: Celebrating Unfinishedness: Some Thoughts on Professional Development
Georgia-Alabama Veterinary Medical Association Florida
May, 2012 Researching by Rabbit Light: Situating Wallace Stevens and Science Education

American Literature Association 23rd Annual Conference: Wallace Stevens and Education San Francisco, CA
March, 2012 Keynote Address: The Paradox of Tethering: Key to Unleashing Creative Excellence in the Research-Education Space

Talk I: Fostering the Self-Renewal of Teachers:
A Underutilized Approach to Innovating Interdisciplinary Education

Talk II: How the Deep-Rooted Metaphor "More is Better" Compromises Interdisciplinary Communication and Jeopardizes Public Health
InternationalSymposium on Interdisciplinary Research, Education, and Communication Orlando, FL
February, 2012 Healthy Longevity: Applying a Life Course Perspective to the Study of Successful Aging Western Veterinary Conference (WVC) Las Vegas, NV
January, 2012 Beyond Reproduction: Re-Conceptualizing Ovaries and Longevity Eukanuba Portland, OR
January, 2012 Healthy Longevity: Applying a Life Course Perspective to the Study of Successful Aging North American Veterinary Conference (NAVC) Orlando, FL
December, 2011 Healthy Longevity: Looking at the Biology Behind the Aging Process Eukanuba Orlando, FL
November, 2011 In Search of a Strategic Disturbance: Some Thoughts on the Timing of Spaying National Animal Interest Alliance (NAIA) Harrisburg, PA
November, 2011 Session I: Successful Aging: The Challenge of Promoting Health in a U-Shaped World

Session II: Anti-Aging Medicine: You Canít Think Critically About Nothing

Session III: Beyond Reproduction: Re-Conceptualizing Ovaries and Longevity
Illinois State Veterinary Medical Association (ISVMA) Peoria, IL
August, 2011 Animal Models in Cancer Control Research National Cancer Institute Molecular Prevention Colloquia Rockville, MD
August, 2011 Critical Issues in Biogerontology A lecture delivered at Arcadia University Philadelphia, PA
August, 2011 Introduction to Cancer Biology A lecture delivered at Arcadia University Philadelphia, PA
June, 2011 Anti-Aging Medicine: You Canít Think Critically About Nothing American College Veterinary Internal Medicine Forum Denver, CO
April, 2011 Communicating Health Research to the Public: The Challenge of Promoting Health in a U-Shaped World 10th Annual International Conference on Dose- Response 2011: Implications for Toxicology, Medicine, and Risk Assessment Amherst, MA
March, 2011 Speculations on the Physiological Underpinnings of the Resilient Phenotype Center on Aging and Life Course Spring Luncheon, Purdue University West Lafayette, IN
February, 2011 Exploring the Pet Dog Paradigm: Will Pet Dogs Become Biogerontologyís New Workhorse? Institute for Advanced Studies at Princeton University Princeton, NJ
Aug - Sept, 2010 Biogerontology Researching: Re-Conceptualizing Ovaries and Longevity American College of Theriogenology Annual Scientific Meeting Seattle, WA
Aug - Sept, 2010 Communicating Health Research to the Public: The Challenge of Promoting Health in a U-Shaped World American College of Theriogenology Annual Scientific Meeting Seattle, WA
August, 2010 Biogerontology Researching: How the Science of Aging Informs the Practice of Wellness P & G Pet Care Academy Cincinnati, OH
June, 2010 The Challenge of Promoting Health in a U-Shaped World The 11th Annual Convention of the Media Ecology Association, University of Maine Orono, ME
May, 2010 Critical Issues in Biogerontology A lecture delivered at Arcadia University Philadelphia, PA
May, 2010 Introduction to Cancer Biology A lecture delivered at Arcadia University Philadelphia, PA
April, 2010 Defining the Optimal Selenium Dose for Prostate Cancer Risk Reduction NCI Cancer Prevention Control Colloquia Bethesda, MD
November, 2009 Itís a U-Shaped World: A Batesonian Prescription for Promoting Public Health The Third Science Journalism Laureates, Purdue University West Lafayette, IN
September, 2009 Itís a U-Shaped World: A Batesonian Prescription for Promoting Public Health International Institute of General Semantics Conference, Fordham University New York City, NY
August, 2009 Defining the Optimal Dose of Selenium for Prostate Cancer Risk Reduction 10th International Conference on Environmental Mutagens Florence, Italy
August, 2009 Pet Dogs As Sentinels Of Environmental Cancer Risk 10th International Conference on Environmental Mutagens Florence, Italy
June, 2009 More is Not Necessarily Better: Preventing Cancer in a U-Shaped World BIT Life Sciences, 2nd World Cancer Congress Beijing, China
June, 2009 But They Say More is Better: How the Media Environment Makes it Difficult to Prevent Cancer and Promote Health in a U-Shaped World Media Ecology Association 2009 Convention St. Louis, MO
May, 2009 Critical Issues in Biogerontology A lecture delivered at Arcadia University Philadelphia, PA
May, 2009 Introduction to Cancer Biology A lecture delivered at Arcadia University Philadelphia, PA
Aprik, 2009 Selenium, Apoptosis, and DNA Damage: Defining the Optimal Selenium Dose for Human Prostate Cancer Prevention 8th Annual International Conference on Dose-Response 2009: Implication for Toxicology, Medicine, and Risk Assessment Amherst, MA