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These traits are used to predict obesity therapy outcomes with the intention of individualizing treatment.
Biggs has worked with research teams focused on the treatment of childhood anxiety disorders, pediatric obesity intervention and prevention, and bullying prevention.
Focus areas Medical treatment of childhood obesity.
We have also explored insulin analogues in the treatment of Type I diabetes.
Senescent cells in obesity.
Current work is focusing on this pathway as a possible drug target for the treatment of obesity and metabolic diseases.
Focus areas Neuromuscular function of the esophagus and pelvic floor in health and disease using dynamic esophageal pressure topographical mapping Therapeutic outcomes following individualized endoscopic treatments based on motor pat...
Oh and her colleagues found that obesity was associated with increased fibromyalgia symptoms and lower levels of quality of life.
Juranic's research will develop algorithms, which will be usable in clinical practice, that correlate patterns of metabolomic changes with disease risk, progression and response to treatment.
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