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Munich has emerged as a well-connected centre of muscle research that includes exercise physiologists, biomechanists, molecular biologists and clinicians. Our community meets regularly during the Munich Muscle Meetings that are organized in different venues across the city. We want…

Our PhD student Daniela Schranner returned in December from her three-month research visit in the lab of Robert Gerszten at Harvard Medical School in Boston, USA. The research group at Harvard focusses on clinical biomarkers related to cardiovascular diseases and diabetes by…

Two of our PhD students, Daniela Schranner and Sander Verbrugge of the Exercise Biology Group, visited the renowned Karolinska Institute in Stockholm in June. Both participated in an international doctoral student workshop called ‘Exercise in the Management and Prevention of…

We are delighted to announce that Dr Philipp Baumert has successfully applied for a significant Postdoc fellowship from the EuroTech Alliance together with Prof Henning Wackerhage (Chair of Exercise Biology) and Prof Lars Keld Nielsen (Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for…

Skeletal muscle is not only a popular topic in the gyms and football clubs of Munich. There is also a large skeletal muscle research community that researches everything from muscle development, muscle disease, muscle ageing to muscles in athletes. Since 2016, the Munich muscle…