There is intense interest in the relationship between meal/snack timing, inter-meal time intervals, and related metabolic and weight effects. Recent research provides new insights into the importance not just of what we eat, but also when we eat for glucose control, energy expenditure, and metabolic health. These insights are of clinical relevance given the high prevalence of obesity, T2D, late night eating, breakfast skipping, short fasting durations, irregular meal times, shift work and sleep and circadian disturbances.

Funded by the Blackburn Foundation in honor of George L Blackburn. MD, PhD for Obesity Medicine specialist education in nutrition and metabolism

10:30am Circadian Rhythms, Food Timing and Metabolism
Frank A Scheer, PhD
11:00am Intermittent Fasting and Metabolism
Courtney M Peterson, PhD
11:25am Panel Discussion / Q&A
Frank A Scheer, PhD; Courtney M Peterson, PhD
11:50am Presentation of Blackburn Award
Steven B Heymsfield, MD FTOS
11:50am Blackburn Award
Donna Ryan, MD
11:55am Blackburn Foundation Scholar
Joshua D Brown, PhD FTOS