Exercise, Individual Variability, and Weight Loss Maintenance
Dr. Paul MacLean is a tenured Professor of Medicine and Pathology in the Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism, and Diabetes at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Dr. MacLean has 25 years of experience studying obesity and its metabolic complications and is interested in the biological drivers of weight regain after weightloss, exercise as a strategy for weight loss maintenance, and understanding how obesity affects key aspects of women’s health. His research in women’s health has included studies of mammary gland development and its function during lactation, perinatal metabolic programming, the menopausal transition, and the risk for breast cancer. I am dedicated to building and supporting the broader research and educational enterprise on the Anschutz Medical Campus through the Colorado Nutrition Obesity Research Center, the Colorado Clinical Translational Science Institute, and the University of Colorado Cancer Center. Over the past 20 years at the University of Colorado, Dr. MacLean has leveraged their resources to developing the next generation of scientists who will advance the treatment of obesity and its complications.
Dr. MacLean will present a seminar entitled, "Exercise, Individual Variability, and Weight Loss Maintenance," on Wednesday, Septmeber 22nd at 11:30am.
*If you are interested in attending this Seminar, please email Staff Support, Amber Tweebeeke, to receive the Zoom link and password.
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