Save the Dates

Save the Dates

ObesityWeek® 2023

October 14-17, 2023

Registration and housing open in June.

ObesityWeek® 2022 OnDemand

ObesityWeek® 2022 OnDemand


Includes more than 90 hours of recorded content and CME for $300

2023 Call for Abstract

2023 Call for Abstract

Present your research IN PERSON in Dallas, October 14-17, 2023!

Save the Date! Call for Abstracts opens March 1.


The preeminent international conference for obesity researchers and clinicians, ObesityWeek® is home to the latest developments in evidence-based obesity science: cutting-edge basic and clinical research, state-of-the-art obesity treatment and prevention, and the latest efforts in advocacy and public policy. Overcoming obesity requires multi-disciplinary approaches. This is the conference that encompasses the full spectrum of obesity science: from basic science research, to translational research and clinical application, to public policy; from diet, exercise, lifestyle, and psychology to medical and surgical interventions; from pediatric to geriatric to underserved populations.  ObesityWeek® 2023 will be held October 14-17 in Dallas, Texas.  Registration and housing open in June.


The 2023 ObesityWeek® conference theme is CONNECTIONS.  Connections between research, clinical practice, and community. Connections to forge new research projects. Connections to advance careers. Connections to put evidence-based science in the spotlight for policy-makers.  What connections will you forge in 2023?


Present your latest work by submitting to ObesityWeek® 2023 in Dallas!  Plan ahead and mark your calendar – the Call for Abstracts will be open March 1- April 5! The Late-Breaking Call for Abstracts will be open June 16-July 5.  Abstract Submissions

Creating a Community

Since its inception, ObesityWeek® has provided a community setting for participation by a wide range of organizations with an interest in the obesity space. ObesityWeek® Interactive continues that tradition with over a dozen national and international professional and patient advocacy groups participating in co-sponsored symposia.