ASO membership is open to anyone working or studying in the field of obesity.
- Reduced delegate fees at ASO conferences and events
- Free attendance at most ASO Network events
2018 ASO COMs Meeting
23 April - 23 April, 2018 University of Liverpool in London, 33 Finsbury Square, London, EC2A 1AG
The next ASO COM's Meeting will take place on 23rd April at the University of Liverpool, London Campus. To attend this meeting you will need
Clinical Care of Obesity and Hypertension
8 May - 8 May, 2018 The Royal College of Physicians - London
We are delighted to invite you to attend a free meeting to explore the relationship between Obesity and Hypertension, including clinical
North West Network Meeting in association with N8 AgriFood
10 May - 10 May, 2018 The Brain Charity, Norton Street, Liverpool, L3 8LR
Food Poverty, Mental Health and Obesity: Understanding the interplay to tackle health inequalities Thursday 10th May 2018 The Brain
EMBMI/ASO Midlands Network Obesity Symposium
15 May - Edgbaston Cricket Ground Conference Centre, Birmingham, B5 7QU
This is a joint meeting of the East Midlands Bariatric and Metabolic Institute (EMBMI) and the ASO Midlands Network Group.
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26 June - 26 June, 2018 Homerton College, Hills Rd, Cambridge CB2 8PH
ASO East of England Network Meeting - Digital Solutions to Weight Management View the Full Programme Registration will open soon
Registration for this event is now open. The meeting takes place on Tuesday 26th of June at Homerton College in Cambridge. Confirmed
This free accredited online program is available in conjunction with mdBriefCase. Obesity is a growing problem as it now affects one
The ASO is pleased to announce the Early Career Researcher workshop that will take place before UKCO on Wednesday 5th of September at
The UKCO organising committee are welcoming suggestions from ASO members for symposia. Symposia sessions are 1.5 hours long and the use of
Message from the ASO Chair
I first became a member of the Association for the Study of Obesity when I was a PhD student, more than 20 years ago now. I recall attending my first ASO conference at the Institute of Child Health in London and having the opportunity to listen to, and learn from, some of the leading obesity researchers in the UK. I found the whole experience very exciting, although as a research student struggling to remain focused on studying obesity and cardiovascular disease I frequently left ASO conferences wishing I was researching some other aspect of obesity that had been made to sound more interesting than my own work. ASO conference attendance and the opportunity this provides to network with other delegates has always been the main highlight of my academic year, and I’m confident that ASO will continue to provide very high quality educational meetings for its members and non-members.
This is now my second term as an ASO Trustee, my first being the period…
Starting the conversation about #obesity w/ patients. Visit @mdbriefcase_eu to find out: https://t.co/...0H
RT @MichelleMone: The Baroness Mone of Mayfair OBE today addressed the House of Lords.
"Let's end the obesity health epidemic".
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