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Implications of the Rise in Global Obesity

An opportunity for Kelley alumni...

The second of four conferences in the 2013-14 Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Series

The Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conference Series, presented by the IU Kelley School of Business’ Center for the Business of Life Sciences since 2006, provides a forum for various players in healthcare and life sciences to consider, discuss, and debate key business strategy issues. The forum brings together key individuals from industry, academia, government, and economic development communities. Join us in helping advance business solutions in the life sciences field.


Conference #2
"Implications of the Rise in Global Obesity"

The increase in global obesity has profound implications for future healthcare costs and at the same time provides opportunities for existing companies and entrepreneurs to develop new products and services. Key medical opinion leaders will offer their thoughts as to the causes of the rising trend in obesity and its effects on world health. Executives will discuss their plans for products to prevent and treat obesity and its associated conditions.

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Date & City: Friday, November 22, 2013  -  Indianapolis
Location: IU School of Medicine
Fairbanks Hall
Address: 530 W. New York Street
Hosted By: Kelley School of Business Center for the Business of Life Sciences