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April 2021

THE METABOLIC MYSTERY:HOW DOES AN INTESTINAL OPERATION REVERSE TYPE 2 DIABETES?

Walter J. Pories, MD, FACS, Colonel MC USA (RET.)

May 2021

Definition and History of Metabolic Surgery

Henry Buchwald, MD, PhD, FACS, HonFRCS

June 2021

After 10 years, is Metabolic Surgery Still Superior to Medical Treatment of Diabetes?

Geltrude Mingrone, M.D., Ph.D. Associate Professor Of Internal Medicine In The Faculty Of Medicine Of The Catholic University, Francesco Rubino, MD Professor Of Metabolic And Bariatric Surgery, Consultant Surgeon, King’s College Hospital

July 2021

Hot News! Metabolic Surgery Reduces Major Adverse Cardiovascular Events (MACE)

David E. Cummings, MD, FASMBS, Professor of Medicine, University of Washington

Panel Discussion with Steven E. Nissen MD, Professor of Medicine, Cleveland Clinic

David Nathan, MD, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; and 

Robert Eckel, MD, Professor of Medicine Emeritus, University of Colorado

August 2021

Single Anastomosis Duodenal Switch (SADIS/OADS): Is it Ready for Prime-time?

August 5 - 10:00 AM EST (-4UTC) with Antonio Torres, MD, PhD

PANEL DISCUSSION WITH

Lilian Kow, BMBS, PhD, FRACS Director Adelaide Bariatric Centre, President IFSO 

Ricardo Cohen, MD, Director of the Center for Treatment of Obesity and Diabetes at Oswaldo Cruz German Hospital in Sao Paulo

Carel Le Roux, MBChB, Professor of Experimental Pathology from the University College of Dublin 

 

September 2021

How Can Metabolic Surgery Save Lives in the COVID 19 Era?

with Keynote Speaker, Ali Aminian, MD-September 2 -1:00 PM Eastern Time (-4 UTC)

Panel Discussion with Francesco Rubino, MD - Professor of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, King’s College London

Lucio Miele, MD, PhD - Professor and Department Head, LSU School of Medicine, Dept of Genetics

October 2021

Semaglutide and Other New Agents for Obesity: Implications for Metabolic Surgery

Join us October 7 - 1:00 PM EST (-4 UTC)