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Landis George is a clinical registered dietitian specialist in pedriatic and adolescent obesity and diabetes. After the completion of his basic honors degree on nutrition and dietetics with SRD at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK, he continued his clinical training on diabetes, obesity and liver and pancreatic diseases at the Manchester Royal Infirmary NHS Trust. The last seven years he's a clinical affiliate of the First Department of pedriatic, Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes of Athens Medical School where he completed his three year clinical expertise master in adolescent obesity and metabolism and my MSc on Bone Metabolic Diseases. His work experience in the field of pediatric obesity research and practice includes both clinical work and designing of educational interactive platforms for the prevention of childhood obesity and metabolic syndrome of adolescents as well as the implementation of ICT interventions for chronic diseases focused mainly to diabetes mellitus. Working as a part of the team of a university clinic and especially of the Centre of Adolescent Medicine, UNESCO chair of Adolescent Health Care he had the opportunity to be the senior dietitian of the project for the study of metabolic syndrome of Greek adolescents which consisted the basis for the development of the percentiles for waist circumference values of the Greek adolescent population. Additionally, within his cooperation with the First Department of Pedriatic of Athens Medical School he have authored a number of scientific manuscripts and modules for e-learning courses on adolescent medicine and delivered a number of scientific presentations on pedriatic obesity. His scientific interest and research goal is to contribute in the development of more sustainable ICT platforms for the understanding and prevention of pedriatic/adolescent obesity and its complications to human health.