Signature Sponsor

Thank you to this year’s Signature Sponsor:

Novo Nordisk  www.novonordisk-us.com

Sponsor

Thank you to sponsor:

Eli Lilly and Company  www.lilly.com

 

Partner Organizations

ObesityWeek® and The Obesity Society would like to thank the following organizations for jointly producing 2021 sessions.

AAP – American Academy of Pediatrics  www.aap.org  presents TOS/AAP Joint Symposium on American Academy of Pediatrics Policy Statements: Setting the Stage for Prevention and Treatment of Childhood Obesity

ABE – Association for Bariatric Endoscopy  www.bariendo.org  presents TOS/ASGE/ABE Joint Symposium: Combinations – It Takes 2….or 3 to Make a Therapy and TOS/ASGE/ABE Joint Symposium: The “Scope” of Obesity Therapy – How Gastroenterology Is Filling the Obesity Treatment Gap

ACSM – American College of Sports Medicine www.acsm.org presents TOS/ACSM Joint Symposium: Advancing Physical Activity as an Effective Intervention for Obesity and the Weight Reduced State and TOS/ACSM Joint Symposium: Overview of the Molecular Transducers of Physical Activity (MoTrPAC) Study

ADCES – Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists   www.diabeteseducator.org presents TOS/ADCES Joint Symposium: Optimizing Medications after Weight Loss: The Role of Deprescribing

ASGE – American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy  www.asge.org presents TOS/ASGE/ABE Joint Symposium: Combinations – It Takes 2….or 3 to Make a Therapy and TOS/ASGE/ABE Joint Symposium: The “Scope” of Obesity Therapy – How Gastroenterology Is Filling the Obesity Treatment Gap

EASO – European Association for the Study of Obesity  www.easo.org presents TOS/WOF/EASO/Obesity Canada Joint Symposium – The Patient Perspective on COVID-19 and Obesity

NORC – Nutrition Obesity Research Centers, NIDDK www.niddk.nih.gov/research-funding/research-programs/nutrition-obesity-research-centers presents TOS/NORC Joint Symposium: Precision Nutrition and Obesity

PCNA – Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association  www.pcna.net presents TOS/PCNA Joint Symposium: Health Disparities of Obesity and COVID-19 Pandemic and TOS/PCNA Joint Symposium: Keeping the Healthcare Provider Engaged and Preventing Burnout and TOS/PCNA Joint Symposium: Precision Obesity Treatments and Variability in Weight Loss Response

OAC – Obesity Action Coalition  www.obesityaction.org presents TOS/OAC Joint Key Lecturer Bryn Austin: Taking Action Against Weight Stigma – Recent Policy Initiatives and Next Steps

OC – Obesity Canada  www.obesitycanada.ca presents TOS/WOF/EASO/Obesity Canada Joint Symposium – The Patient Perspective on COVID-19 and Obesity

SBM – Society of Behavioral Medicine  www.sbm.org presents TOS/SBM Joint Key Lecturer Monica Baskin: Addressing Inequities in the Prevention and Treatment of Obesity – The Role of Research and TOS/SBM Joint Symposium: Eat Less (Often) – Lessons from Human Clinical Studies of Three Popular Intermittent Energy Restriction Paradigms for Weight Loss

SGIM – Society of General Internal Medicine  www.sgim.org presents TOS/SGIM Joint Symposium: You’re on Mute – Clinical Weight Management and Clinical Trials in a Post-COVID-19 World

SSIB – Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior  www.ssib.org/web presents TOS/SSIB Joint Symposium: Mind Your Ps and (Food) Cues – The Neurobiology of Food Cue Responses

TOPS – Taking Off Pounds Sensibly  www.tops.org presents TOS/TOPS Joint Symposium: Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) and Obesity-Related Diseases – How Trauma in Childhood Leads to Future Weight Gain and Chronic Disease Risk

WMDPG – Weight Management Dietetic Practice Group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics  www.wmdpg.org/home presents TOS/WMDPG Joint Symposium: I Can’t Stop – Foods that Drive Overeating and TOS/WMDPG Joint Symposium: Non-Surgical Obesity Management – Your Guide to the Guidelines and TOS/WMDPG Joint Symposium: Systemic Racism as a Public Health Crisis – How It Affects Our Patients and the Field of Obesity

WOF – World Obesity Federation  www.worldobesity.org presents TOS/WOF/EASO/Obesity Canada Joint Symposium – The Patient Perspective on COVID-19 and Obesity