Cravings and Weightlifting Squats: Technologies that Explore New Metabolic and Behavioral Research

Cravings and Weightlifting Squats: Technologies that Explore New Metabolic and Behavioral Research

WED, SEP 2, 2020

OBESITY SERIES 2020: Zhen Yan and Diego Bohórquez present case studies demonstrating the use of automated home cage phenotyping for preclinical obesity research.

Animal Model Selection, Study Design and Current Trends in Preclinical Obesity Research

Animal Model Selection, Study Design and Current Trends in Preclinical Obesity Research

WED, SEP 30, 2020

OBESITY SERIES 2020: Dr. Fred Beasley provides an overview of study design, criteria for defining your study aim and expert advice for selecting the ideal rodent model for your preclinical obesity research.

Heterogeneity and Crosstalk of Human Brown Adipose Tissue

Heterogeneity and Crosstalk of Human Brown Adipose Tissue

ON DEMAND

OBESITY SERIES 2020: Camilla Schéele & Christian Wolfrum discuss the physiology of brown adipose tissue and share late-breaking research on the role of BAT in whole body metabolic regulation.

Hybrid PET/MR Enables Exploration of New Science Areas

Hybrid PET/MR Enables Exploration of New Science Areas

ON DEMAND

Experts discuss the synergies and implementation of state-of-the-art hybrid PET/MR technology and the new avenues of exploration it affords in the fields of neuroscience, cancer, and metabolic disease through to dual molecular probe development.

Utilizing Stable Isotope Tracers in Preclinical Models of Obesity

Utilizing Stable Isotope Tracers in Preclinical Models of Obesity

ON DEMAND

OBESITY SERIES 2020: Marshall McCue, PhD presents case studies using small mammals where 13C-labeled nutrient oxidation is tracked second-by-second in real-time using the newest laser-based stable isotope approaches.

Brain Circuits Driving Appetite

Brain Circuits Driving Appetite

ON DEMAND

OBESITY SERIES 2020: Lora Heisler, PhD discusses the unique brain circuits that are controllers of body weight, reviews how our genes impact our waistline and explains how obesity medications leverage basic neurobiology to reduce hunger and decrease body weight.