Mechanisms by which Weight Loss Therapies Improve the Health of Patients

Tuesday, November 12, 2013 | EST

Location: A402-A403

TOS

Chair: Harold Bays MD, FTOS, FACE, FNLA

Faculty: Louis Aronne, MD; Caroline Apovian, MD; Harold Bays, MD; Michael Jensen, MD; Samuel Klein, MD; Lewis Landsberg, MD

Course Overview

Many clinicians are unclear as to the metabolic health benefits of weight loss therapies. This workshop, presented by key opinion leaders in obesity medicine, will help you better understand the mechanisms by which weight loss therapies may improve the health of patients via scientific presentations. Topics such as ‘How Does Weight Reduction in Overweight Patients Improve Adipocyte and Adipose Tissue Dysfunction and High Blood Pressure?’, ‘How Does Weight Reduction in Overweight Patients Improve Adipocyte and Adipose Tissue Dysfunction and Dyslipidemia?’ and ‘How Does Weight Reduction in Overweight Patients Improve Adipocyte and Adipose Tissue Dysfunction and Diabetes Mellitus?’

Target Audience

Clinicians and Basic Scientists

Registration Fees

Early-bird: April 15 – August 23

  • Member: $100
  • Non-member: $125

Regular: August 12 – November 12

  • Member: $125
  • Non-member: $150

Sponsored by:

Supporter: Eisai Supporter: Takeda