General Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities
We offer many sponsorship opportunities that are designed to expand your company’s presence and to expose your products and services to nearly 500 health care professionals who attend this annual meeting.
The WCIRDC is an excellent opportunity to meet with globally recognized medical leaders, clinicians and scientists, who present and share their knowledge. The WCIRDC is designed to evaluate both clinical and basic science aspects of insulin resistance, Lipids, obesity, diabetes and CVD. It elevates many metabolic systems and their relationship such as: energy metabolism, fat cell, beta cell, gut, and the brain.
Clinical topics may include aspects of insulin resistance, inflammation and its relationship to obesity, diabetes, dyslipidemia, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, as well as other abnormalities like endothelial and vascular dysfunction, PCOS, gonadal dysfunction, fatty liver disease, sleep disorders and related cancers. The Congress also focuses on multi-hormonal obesity, fat cell incretin and gut hormone contributions to energy balance, and its relationship to circadian rhythm as it relates to these metabolic mechanisms.
The WCIRDC achieves a great balance between clinical practice and research, by utilizing a state of the art approach: “Exploring New Frontiers in Metabolism – Tomorrow’s Clinical Science Today”
Please take advantage of these great sponsorship opportunities. If you would like more information or have any questions please contact us at:
(818) 342-1889 or email@example.com.
We hope to see you at the 15th WCIRDC!
Application for Sponsorship
The WCIRDC achieves a great balance between clinical practice and research, by utilizing the state-of-the-art approach:“Exploring new frontiers in metabolism –Tomorrow’s clinical science today.” We offer many opportunities that are designed to expand your company’s appreciation, and to expose your products and services to the nearly 500 health care professionals who attend the annual meeting.
All sponsorship opportunities are not CME related.