6th International Conference on
Obesity and Chronic Diseases

Venue: San Francisco, CA, USA

International Conference on Obesity and Chronic Diseases is a part of successful series of conference started from 2016 and held annually since then. The main objective of this conference is to bring researchers together to share their ideas and provide a critical review of the present state of the field. It is designed in such a way that it provides an opportunity to meet up with people from both industry and academia and establish a scientific network between them.

ICOCD-2020 is an interdisciplinary conference designed to discuss the current trends in the treatment options for obesity, chronic diseases associated with obesity, the epidemic of childhood obesity, the prevention methods and the care and management of obese patients.

This three-day event will provide a dedicated platform to share cutting-edge scientific findings, medical practices and caregiver initiatives related to obesity and various chronic diseases associated with it. It dedicates to create a stage for exchanging the latest research results and sharing the advanced research methods. Our aspiration is to gather the peer researchers, young inspired scientists, academicians, and industrialists to meet, discuss and share the knowledge that’s still more to be revealed!

About Organizer

United Scientific Group (USG), A non-profit Scientific Organization, an expert-driven initiative led by the editor’s association and the advisory board which includes academicians, researchers, and industry leaders across various fields of research. USG provides broad range of services in the fields of science and technology including publishing, conducting world class scientific events, and holding highly interactive and proficient world forums. For more information, please visit:
https://unitedscientificgroup.org/

Scientific Sessions

The conference would cover all the major areas related to obesity and chronic diseases, including treatment options, prevention methods, weight management, etc. The subject areas may include, but are not limited to the following domains:

Pediatric Obesity
Obesity and Physical Activity
Obesity and Pregnancy
Bariatric Surgery
Weight Management
Nursing Care for Obese Patient
Dietary Intervention for Chronic Diseases and Obesity
Comorbidities Associated with Obesity
Medical Devices in Obesity
Drugs in Obesity
Other Aspects of Obesity

Early Bird Registration


Academic

$699

Conference material
Access to exhibits, poster sessions
Free access to conference app
Lunch, tea/coffee breaks
WiFi in meeting rooms

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Industry/Business

$749

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Access to exhibits, poster sessions
Free access to conference app
Lunch, tea/coffee breaks
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Delegate

$799

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Access to exhibits, poster sessions
Free access to conference app
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WiFi in meeting rooms

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Student

$249

Conference material
Access to exhibits, poster sessions
Free access to conference app
Lunch, tea/coffee breaks
WiFi in meeting rooms

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Conference Highlights

Panel Discussions

Be a part of stimulating discussions at ICOCD-2020 by triggering an exchange of viewpoints among experts in Obesity. There will be on-the-spot interactions which are sometimes difficult to achieve through normal presentations. Our aim at ICOCD-2020 is to facilitate exchange of diverse viewpoints to bring out more value to our audience through panel discussion.

Emerging Researcher Presentation

To support and encourage young scientists and entrepreneurs, an opportunity will be given to share their work through an oral presentation. This will help them to gain confidence and get feedback directly from experts in different domains of Obesity and Chronic Diseases.

Poster Competition

The best student poster grant will be given through Poster competition at ICOCD-2020. The competition will encourage the innovative research work by the graduate or undergraduate students and post-doctoral research fellows who will be selected to present their work in the form of posters.