Obesity Research

Open journal

ISSN 2377-8385

Special Editions

Obesity Research – Open Journal (OROJ) is an online open journal that focuses on obesity and its prevention strategies, as well as epidemiological, translational, and clinical research.

Obesity is one of the world’s most serious health issues. Obesity, also known as being overweight, is the abnormal accumulation of fat in the body, which raises health risks such as diabetes, hypertension, heart problems, osteoarthritis, cancer, and many others. Obesity is usually caused by overeating, but other factors such as genetic makeup, sedentary lifestyle, and so on can also contribute.

However, Openventio aims to disseminate all dietary details to the scientific community through its Open Journal for its welfare and control.

editor-in-chief

Ahmad Alkhatib, PhD, FHEA, RNutr, FRSM

School of Health and Life Sciences Teesside University

Associate editors

Naheed Aryaeian, PhD

Department of Nutrition, Iran University of Medical Sciences

Effiong E. Otukonyong, PhD

Department of Health Sciences, East Tennessee State University

Zhenhua Liu, PhD

Department of Nutrition, University of Massachusetts

editors

Ifigenia Giannopoulou, PhD

Department of Sport & Exercise Science, University of Brighton

Fotini Venetsanou, PhD

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Julia Y. Cui, PhD

Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, University of Washington

Qibin Qi, PhD

Department of Epidemiology & Population Health

Yung-Chieh Yen, MD, PhD

Department of Medicine, I-Shou University

Mohammad J. Hosseinzadeh-Attar, MD, PhD

Department of Clinical Nutrition, Tehran University of Medical Sciences

Claire Mills, PhD

University of Gloucestershire

Suresh K. Mohankumar, MPharm, PhD, RPh

Department of Biomedical Sciences, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus

Anna G. Falchi, MD

IRCCS, St. Matteo Hospital

Hala M. Demerdash, PhD

Department of Clinical Pathology, Alexandria University Hospitals

Amin F. Majdalawieh, PhD

Department of Biology, University of Sharjah

Limei Liu, PhD

Department of Physiology and Pathophysiology, Peking University Health Science Center

Markandeya Jois, BVSc, MVSc, PhD

Department of Agricultural Sciences, La Trobe University

Jesus M. Nunez- Cortes, MD, PhD, PharmD

University Hospital Gregorio Marañón

Jose J. Martín-Ramiro, MD, PhD

Alfonso X el Sabio University (UAX)

Jon D. Wisman, PhD

Department of Economics, American University

reviewers

Kulvinder K. Kaur, MD

Centre for Human Reproduction, India

Anna G. Falchi, MD

Thrombosis and Hemorrhagic Diseases Center, Italy

Suresh Mohankumar, PhD

Swansea University Medical School, UK

Yung-Chieh Yen, MD, PhD

I-Shou University, Taiwan

Kristin J. Speaker, PhD

University of Colorado at Boulder, USA

Yi Li, PhD

Saint Louis University, USA

Shankar Munusamy, PhD

Drake University, USA

Ronica N. Rooks, MA, PhD

University of Colorado Denver, USA

Amin Khalifeh-Soltani, MD

University of California, USA

Maria del Socorro R. Figueroa, PhD

Institute Mexicano del Seguro, USA

Ajeet Jaiswal, PhD

Pondicherry University, India

Ilir Alimehmeti, MD

University of Medicine, Albania

Cynthia W. Brown, MS, PhD

Winston-Salem State University, USA

May Dobal, PhD, RN

City University of New York, USA

Surendra Ugale, MBBS, MS

Kirloskar & Virinchi Hospitals, India

Feedback Corner

Federal University of Goiás - OROJ

5/5

The experience of publishing in Obesity Research was excellent. The review process was quick and enriched the article. I hope to continue contributing to the Journal.

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University of Brighton - OROJ

5/5

I had a very good collaboration with the team of the Obesity Research – Open Journal. The communication was very good and the experience was a very positive one. I look forward continuing our collaboration in the future.

Centre for Human Reproduction - OROJ

5/5

Had a good experience with your journal although a very tough peer review.

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