Hyperphagia: current concepts and future directions proceedings of the 2nd international conference on hyperphagia.

Steven B. Heymsfield, Nicole M. Avena, Leslie Baier, Phillip Brantley, George A. Bray, Lisa C. Burnett, Merlin G. Butler, Daniel J. Driscoll, Dieter Egli, Joel Elmquist, Janice L. Forster, Anthony P. Goldstone, Linda M. Gourash, Frank L. Greenway, Joan Han, James G. Kane, Rudolph L. Leibel, Ruth J.F. Loos, Ann O. Scheimann, Christian L. RothRandy J. Seeley, Val Sheffield, Maïthé Tauber, Christian Vaisse, Liheng Wang, Robert A. Waterland, Rachel Wevrick, Jack A. Yanovski, Andrew R. Zinn

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Hyperphagia is a central feature of inherited disorders (e.g., Prader-Willi Syndrome) in which obesity is a primary phenotypic component. Hyperphagia may also contribute to obesity as observed in the general population, thus raising the potential importance of common underlying mechanisms and treatments. Substantial gaps in understanding the molecular basis of inherited hyperphagia syndromes are present as are a lack of mechanistic of mechanistic targets that can serve as a basis for pharmacologic and behavioral treatments. International conference with 28 experts, including scientists and caregivers, providing presentations, panel discussions, and debates. The reviewed collective research and clinical experience provides a critical body of new and novel information on hyperphagia at levels ranging from molecular to population. Gaps in understanding and tools needed for additional research were identified. This report documents the full scope of important topics reviewed at a comprehensive international meeting devoted to the topic of hyperphagia and identifies key areas for future funding and research.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalObesity (Silver Spring, Md.)
Volume22 Suppl 1
StatePublished - Jan 1 2014

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  • Medicine (miscellaneous)
  • Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism
  • Endocrinology
  • Nutrition and Dietetics

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Heymsfield, S. B., Avena, N. M., Baier, L., Brantley, P., Bray, G. A., Burnett, L. C., ... Zinn, A. R. (2014). Hyperphagia: current concepts and future directions proceedings of the 2nd international conference on hyperphagia. Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.), 22 Suppl 1.

Hyperphagia : current concepts and future directions proceedings of the 2nd international conference on hyperphagia. / Heymsfield, Steven B.; Avena, Nicole M.; Baier, Leslie; Brantley, Phillip; Bray, George A.; Burnett, Lisa C.; Butler, Merlin G.; Driscoll, Daniel J.; Egli, Dieter; Elmquist, Joel; Forster, Janice L.; Goldstone, Anthony P.; Gourash, Linda M.; Greenway, Frank L.; Han, Joan; Kane, James G.; Leibel, Rudolph L.; Loos, Ruth J.F.; Scheimann, Ann O.; Roth, Christian L.; Seeley, Randy J.; Sheffield, Val; Tauber, Maïthé; Vaisse, Christian; Wang, Liheng; Waterland, Robert A.; Wevrick, Rachel; Yanovski, Jack A.; Zinn, Andrew R.

In: Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.), Vol. 22 Suppl 1, 01.01.2014.

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Heymsfield, SB, Avena, NM, Baier, L, Brantley, P, Bray, GA, Burnett, LC, Butler, MG, Driscoll, DJ, Egli, D, Elmquist, J, Forster, JL, Goldstone, AP, Gourash, LM, Greenway, FL, Han, J, Kane, JG, Leibel, RL, Loos, RJF, Scheimann, AO, Roth, CL, Seeley, RJ, Sheffield, V, Tauber, M, Vaisse, C, Wang, L, Waterland, RA, Wevrick, R, Yanovski, JA & Zinn, AR 2014, 'Hyperphagia: current concepts and future directions proceedings of the 2nd international conference on hyperphagia.', Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.), vol. 22 Suppl 1.
Heymsfield SB, Avena NM, Baier L, Brantley P, Bray GA, Burnett LC et al. Hyperphagia: current concepts and future directions proceedings of the 2nd international conference on hyperphagia. Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.). 2014 Jan 1;22 Suppl 1.
Heymsfield, Steven B. ; Avena, Nicole M. ; Baier, Leslie ; Brantley, Phillip ; Bray, George A. ; Burnett, Lisa C. ; Butler, Merlin G. ; Driscoll, Daniel J. ; Egli, Dieter ; Elmquist, Joel ; Forster, Janice L. ; Goldstone, Anthony P. ; Gourash, Linda M. ; Greenway, Frank L. ; Han, Joan ; Kane, James G. ; Leibel, Rudolph L. ; Loos, Ruth J.F. ; Scheimann, Ann O. ; Roth, Christian L. ; Seeley, Randy J. ; Sheffield, Val ; Tauber, Maïthé ; Vaisse, Christian ; Wang, Liheng ; Waterland, Robert A. ; Wevrick, Rachel ; Yanovski, Jack A. ; Zinn, Andrew R. / Hyperphagia : current concepts and future directions proceedings of the 2nd international conference on hyperphagia. In: Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.). 2014 ; Vol. 22 Suppl 1.
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