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Antje
Körner
Professor and head at Center of Pediatric Research, Leipzig University Children’s Hospital, Leipzig, Germany

Antje Körner is a pediatric endocrinologist and appointed Professor of Pediatric Research (since 2010) heading the Pediatric Research Unit of the University Children’s Hospital (since 2007) and is a consultant in pediatric endocrinology >10 years of the University Children’s Hospital Leipzig, Germany.

 

Her research focuses on the origin, mechanisms and consequences of childhood obesity following a translational approach that combines cell biology, molecular biology, clinical, and genetic studies. Her research fields are:

· Pathogenesis of obesity and metabolic and cardiovascular comorbidities in children

· Adipocyte differentiation and adipose tissue development in children

· (Epi)Genetics of obesity and associated disease in children

· Endocrinology of growth & development

 

She is integrated in local and international research networks and collaborations. She is coordinating the Leipzig-Dresden Partner site SaxoChiLD for the new German Center of Child and Youth Health. She has published more than original 180 articles in peer-reviewed international scientific journals and has been awarded numerous national and international prizes, e.g. Research Award of the European Society of Paediatric Endocrinology (ESPE) 2020, International Journal of Obesity Outstanding New Faculty Award (2016). She has raised more than 7 Mio Euro peer reviewed research grants, including the European Commission, German Research Foundation (DFG) and the Else Kröner-Memorial foundation.

Ania Jastreboff

Ania Jastreboff

Associate Professor of Medicine (Endocrinology & Metabolism) & Pediatrics (Pediatric Endocrinology) at Yale University School of Medicine, Director of Weight Management and Obesity Prevention at Yale Stress Center, Co-Director of the Yale Center for Weight Management


Ania Jastreboff, MD, PhD, is an Associate Professor in Medicine (Endocrinology & Metabolism) and Pediatrics (Pediatric Endocrinology) at Yale University School of Medicine, Director of Weight Management and Obesity Prevention at the Yale Stress Center, and co-Director of the Yale Center for Weight Management. 

 

After completing a combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics residency program, Dr. Jastreboff completed both an adult and a pediatric Endocrinology fellowship at Yale. During her dual fellowship, she also completed a PhD in the neurobiology of obesity, becoming board certified in Obesity Medicine, Adult Endocrinology, and Pediatric Endocrinology. 

 

Dr. Jastreboff is a clinically active physician-scientist nationally and internationally recognized for helping to develop the 2016 Clinical Practice Guidelines for The Comprehensive Care of Patients with Obesity (AACE/ACE), educating the next generation of Obesity Medicine physicians by teaching annually at the Harvard Blackburn Treating Obesity course, the Columbia/Cornell Obesity course, selected international courses, and conducting cutting-edge clinical translational obesity research. Her research includes both large, multi-center clinical outcomes trials using anti-obesity medication as well as neuroimaging studies (fMRI and PET) examining the neurobiology underlying obesity and the mechanisms of anti-obesity medications. Dr. Jastreboff's research is supported by NIH/NIDDK (K23, R01s), American Diabetes Association (ADA), and industry funded multi-center clinical trials. Nationally, she serves as the vice-Chair of the Clinical Care Committee of The Obesity Society (TOS) and has been selected to serve as a Director on the American Board of Obesity Medicine (ABOM). Clinically, Dr. Jastreboff specializes in sophisticated use of anti-obesity medication combinations to help patients reach their weight and health goals!


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