“How can genetic studies inform us about the role of adiposity in metabolic and non-metabolic disease outcomes”, LUDC virtual seminar, Lund, Sweden, 14th January 2021.
“Genetics of favourable adiposity may contribute to excess risk of diabetes in non-Europeans”, The 10th Aslla Symposium, Gangneung, South Korea, 9th-11th December 2019.
“Favourable adiposity genes pinpoint to the role of subcutaneous and liver fat in the ethnic differences in adiposity and diabetes risk”, Berzelius Symposium: Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes, Umea, Sweden, 11th September 2019.
“Using genetics to understand the consequences of higher adiposity uncoupled from its adverse metabolic effects”, 4th International Mendelian randomization conference, Bristol, UK, 17th-19th July 2019.
“The genetics of “favourable adiposity” and ethnic differences in adiposity and diabetes risk”, Servier-IGIS meeting, Nice, France, 29th March 2019.
“Combining UK Biobank genetics and MRI imaging data to identify genetic factors associated with higher body fat % but lower risk of diabetes.”, UK Biobank conference, London, UK, 21st June 2018.
“Identification of alleles associated with higher body fat percentage but lower risk of type 2 diabetes”, European Association for the study of Diabetes conference, 11-15 September 2017, Lisbon, Portugal.
“How can genetic studies inform us about the role of obesity in insulin resistance”, The 12th International Congress on Obesity, 17-20 March 2014, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
“The genetics of “favourable adiposity” and ethnic differences in adiposity and diabetes risk”, Diabetes UK conference, Liverpool, UK, 6th-9th March 2019.
“Genetic studies of abdominal MRI data identify genes regulating hepcidin as major determinants of liver iron concentration”, ESHG conference, Gothenburg, Sweden, 15th-18th June 2019.
“Carrying more “favourable adiposity” genetic factors is associated with higher adiposity but lower ectopic fat and lower risk of type 2 diabetes.”, Diabetes UK, 14-16 March 2018, London, UK.
“Uncoupling “healthy obesity” from “unhealthy obesity” genetic variants to provide a tool for Mendelian randomization studies”, Mendelian Randomization conference, 11-13 July 2017, Bristol, UK.
"Novel loci associated with birth weight provide biological links between intrauterine growth, postnatal growth and metabolic traits", Diabetes UK Professional Conference 2012, 7–9 March 2012, Glasgow, UK.