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Wohin gehen unsere Absolventen ? – Patrick Schön erhält Promotionsstelle an der ETH in Zürich.

Patrick Schön (Masterabsolvent an der TUM)

Die internationale Ausbildung an der Fakultät für Sport- und Gesundheitswissenschaften erfährt auch im Ausland Anerkennung: Patrick Schön, ein Masterstudent am Lehrstuhl für Sportbiologie, hat sich im vergangenen Herbst erfolgreich an die renommierte Universität ETH Zürich für...[mehr]


Dr. Malte Siegle, Head of the University & Research Program of Sportradar, gives invited talk

Dr. Malte Siegle and Prof. Dr. Martin Lames

On December 10, 2018, Dr. Malte Siegle spoke to Masters students of the modules “Methods of performance analysis and testing” and “Performance analysis specialization” about sportsdata-markets and the journey from data to product.[mehr]


Chair of Performance Analysis and Sports Informatics invited to speak at the Sportdata & Performance Forum

The 5th edition of the international series Sportdata & Performance Forum which took place in Budapest from 26th to 27th November, brought together the sports analytics and technology community as well as leading business executives and senior representatives from the...[mehr]


Fighting muscle weakness when we get old

Lithuanian Sports University in Kaunas

On Friday the 23rd of November, the Symposium “Fighting muscle weakness when we get old” took place at the Lithuanian Sports University in Kaunas. This symposium were hold the first time on the topic of Sarcopenia which is a disease increasing in aging societies. Together,...[mehr]


Henning Wackerhage and Martin Schönfelder present at the 9th Xiamen (China) Winter Symposium on Hippo Signaling in Development & Disease

The main focus of the TUM Exercise Biology Group is to identify molecular mechanisms of adaptation by which exercise training improves our fitness and health. We are particularly focussed on the so-called Hippo proteins as these proteins respond to exercise-associated stimuli...[mehr]


New Paper - Analysis of the relationship between the KRAS G12V oncogene and the Hippo effector YAP1 in embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma

C2C12 myotubes (magnification 10X).

Persistent hyperactivity of the Hippo effector YAP in activated satellite cells is sufficient to cause embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma (ERMS) in mice. In humans, YAP is abundant and nuclear in the majority of ERMS cases, and high YAP expression is associated with poor survival....[mehr]


Hippo, Exercise & Cancer Meeting in Raitenhaslach

The Research Group

Higher levels of physical activity are associated with a lower risk of developing cancer and exercise interventions in cancer patients have several beneficial effects including potential anti-cancer effects. The mechanisms by which physical activity or exercise prevents cancer...[mehr]

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