Semaglutide, also known as Ozempic and Wegovy, has become increasingly popular -- but why? Here we discuss the mechanism behind these drugs, how they've become so well known, and what current research says about their long-term effects.
Connar Westgate discusses his research involving intracranial pressure measurements and the importance of understanding this physiological parameter for maintaining normal central nervous system function.
Join Caroline Wuyts, from KU Leuven - VIB, as she answers questions from a recent webinar where she discusses her research on pregnancy and monitoring glucose availability throughout the reproductive timeline of a mouse model.
Michael Czech, PhD discusses adipose tissue "browning" as a treatment for metabolic disease, and presents recent data using light sheet microscopy to visualize functional changes in adipose tissue depots.
Julio Ayala, PhD and Matthew Robinson, PhD share their research focusing on feeding behavior in mice and the effects of stress and exercise on metabolism. They will discuss neuronal activity and high-fat diets as well as mitochondrial remodeling and exercise training in mouse models of obesity.
In this final installment of our Obesity 2020 webinar series, Dr. Lee Kaplan discusses late-breaking research and reviews various mechanisms of action of bariatric and metabolic surgery and how they affect the regulation of energy balance and metabolic function.