The EarlyBird study
Plymouth University: Insulin resistance is thought to underlie the development of type 2 diabetes and the aim of the study was to determine which children became insulin resistant and why.
Advances in Obesity: From Prevention to Treatment
What's on at Plymouth University: Advances in Obesity: From Prevention to Treatment. Annual Diabetes, Obesity and the Metabolic Syndrome Symposium. Plymouth, 7 July 2016.
Tackling obesity needs a combination of magic bullets
Plymouth University news: Obesity conference organiser Professor Jonathan Pinkney explains how the broad spectrum of expertise on show at the conference could hold the key to a multi-faceted solution to obesity.
Symposium addresses latest thinking on obesity
Plymouth University news: Entitled New Ideas and Controversies in Obesity, the 15th Plymouth Obesity, Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome Symposium will bring together a stellar panel of experts from research institutions and the NHS across the UK.
New Ideas and Controversies in Obesity 2015
What's on at Plymouth University: New Ideas and Controversies in Obesity 2015. Annual symposium hosted by Professor Jon Pinkney MD, FRCP. Plymouth, 21 May 2015.
Unique EarlyBird study set for historic third phase
Plymouth University news: EarlyBird has uniquely followed a group of 300 children from the age of four or five to early adulthood, and its findings could hold the key to understanding how the way we live in childhood may affect our health as adults
E-coachER – useful web support for patients in an exercise referral scheme?
Plymouth University news: £1.3M funding for research asking - could web support encourage more patients with long-term conditions to take up and fully use the exercise referral scheme?