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  • Obesity and food addiction are current issues in the Western world. While the problem may seem straightforward in terms of energy consumption, the complexity of interactions among various factors, including brain, hormonal, energetic, motivational, social, and environmental mechanisms, makes it much more challenging to comprehend. Research conducted in animal models as well as in humans enables us to gain a better understanding of the underlying mechanisms of this phenomenon. This understanding will aid in the development of more effective prevention and intervention strategies. Here, we will discuss some of our ongoing research on obesity, stress, and food and drink consumption, conducted in both rat models and human subjects.

    Salle de Conférence R229 – Campus Saint-Germain-des-Prés – Université Paris Cité, 45 rue des Saints-Pères, 75006 Paris – 26 Avril 2024 à 11h30