Hans-Rudolf Berthoud mainly focuses on Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Neuroscience, Appetite and Obesity. Food intake, Meal, Hormone, Central nervous system and Vagus nerve are among the areas of Internal medicine where Hans-Rudolf Berthoud concentrates his study. His research in Endocrinology is mostly concerned with Glucagon-like peptide-1.
His research in the fields of Limbic system, Hypothalamus and Sensory system overlaps with other disciplines such as Mechanism. His study in Appetite is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Neuropeptide Y receptor, Cognition, Fat substitute and Amygdala. His work deals with themes such as Microbiome, Gut flora and Homeostasis, which intersect with Obesity.
Hans-Rudolf Berthoud spends much of his time researching Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Obesity, Neuroscience and Weight loss. Hans-Rudolf Berthoud usually deals with Endocrinology and limits it to topics linked to Orexin and Lateral hypothalamus and Nucleus accumbens. In his work, Metabolism and FGF21 is strongly intertwined with Homeostasis, which is a subfield of Obesity.
His Neuroscience research integrates issues from Appetite and Energy homeostasis. Hans-Rudolf Berthoud has researched Appetite in several fields, including Cognition and Amygdala. His Weight loss research includes themes of Calorie restriction, Surgery, Food choice, Sham surgery and Type 2 diabetes.
Obesity, Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Weight loss and Gastric bypass surgery are his primary areas of study. His study focuses on the intersection of Obesity and fields such as Body weight with connections in the field of Neuroscience, Gut hormones and Biological neural network. Hans-Rudolf Berthoud incorporates Internal medicine and Energy balance in his research.
The various areas that Hans-Rudolf Berthoud examines in his Endocrinology study include Cell activation and Receptor. His studies in Weight loss integrate themes in fields like Energy, Limbic system, Type 2 diabetes and Intensive care medicine. His study on Gastric bypass surgery also encompasses disciplines like
His scientific interests lie mostly in Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Obesity, Homeostasis and Weight loss. His research in Hormone, Gastric bypass surgery, Diabetes mellitus, Leptin receptor and Thermogenesis are components of Endocrinology. Hans-Rudolf Berthoud mostly deals with Adipokine in his studies of Internal medicine.
Hans-Rudolf Berthoud does research in Obesity, focusing on Glucose homeostasis specifically. His Homeostasis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in FGF21, Glutamatergic, Preoptic area, Leptin and Metabolism. His Weight loss study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Type 2 diabetes and Intensive care medicine.
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Functional and chemical anatomy of the afferent vagal system.
Hans-Rudolf Berthoud;Winfried L Neuhuber.
Autonomic Neuroscience: Basic and Clinical (2000)
Neurobiology of exercise.
Rod K. Dishman;Hans Rudolf Berthoud;Frank W. Booth;Carl W. Cotman.
Multiple neural systems controlling food intake and body weight.
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews (2002)
Stimulation of the vagus nerve attenuates macrophage activation by activating the Jak2-STAT3 signaling pathway.
Wouter J de Jonge;Esmerij P van der Zanden;Maarten F Bijlsma.
Nature Immunology (2005)
The brain, appetite, and obesity
Hans-Rudolf Berthoud;Christopher Morrison.
Annual Review of Psychology (2008)
Metabolic and hedonic drives in the neural control of appetite: who is the boss?
Current Opinion in Neurobiology (2011)
Obese-type Gut Microbiota Induce Neurobehavioral Changes in the Absence of Obesity
Annadora J. Bruce-Keller;J. Michael Salbaum;Meng Luo;Eugene Blanchard.
Biological Psychiatry (2015)
Central and peripheral regulation of food intake and physical activity: pathways and genes
Natalie R. Lenard;Hans-Rudolf Berthoud.
The vagus nerve, food intake and obesity
Regulatory Peptides (2008)
Appetite control and energy balance regulation in the modern world: Reward-driven brain overrides repletion signals
Huiyuan Zheng;Natalie Lenard;Andrew Shin;Hans-Rudolf Berthoud.
International Journal of Obesity (2009)
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