The Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society (formally known as the Australasian Society for the Study of Obesity or ASSO) was built up in 1991.
It is a scientific institution of medical practitioners, dieticians, scientists and other health care professionals in obesity research involved in treatment or public health initiatives directed at the prevention of obesity.
The Society has over 250 members throughout Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Region.
The society has six specific objectives on matters relating to overweight and obesity within Australia and New Zealand to:
2016 ANZOS Annual Scientific Meeting, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from 19th – 21st October 2016, Brisbane, Australia.Read More»