The European Association for the Study of Obesity

What does EASO do?

What does EASO do?

EASO considers obesity to be a health, research, and societal priority. It promotes the study of obesity as well as facilitating and engaging in actions that reduce the burden of unhealthy excess weight in Europe through prevention and management.

EASO is a membership association comprising 31 National Association Members, which between them represent more than 4000 individuals across Europe. Our National Association members, and the individual members thereof, enjoy extensive EASO member benefits.

Further information on the history and goals of EASO and on each Member Association is available via the top navigation bar.

The need for anti-obesity drugs in obesity management

Professor Hermann Toplak EASO President Associate Professor, Internal Medicine, Medical University Graz, Austria

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Factors that affect obesity

Professor Luc van Gaal Head of Department of Endocrinology, Diebetology and Metabolism, Antwerp University Hospital

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Obesity as a gateway disease

Professor Gema Frühbeck EASO Past President Head of the Metabolic Research Laboratory Clínica Universitaria, University of Navarra

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How the gut talks to the brain

Professor Carel le Roux Diabetes Complications Research Centre University College Dublin

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2015 Milan Declaration: A Call to Action on Obesity


A Statement of the members of the European Association for the Study of Obesity to EXPO 2015 EASO formally presented …

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Obesity: An Underestimated Threat

Perception Survey

A public perception survey conducted in seven European countries by independent strategic insight agency Opinium, in collaboration with the European …

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EASO Patient Council: May 2015

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EASO Patient Council Member of the Month: Magdalena Gajda Please tell us a bit about yourself: My name is Magdalena …

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2014 EASO Position Statement on the Use of Anti-Obesity Drugs

The European Association for the Study of Obesity (EASO) considers obesity to be a health, research, and societal priority [1] . …

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