Integrative physiology for everyone: Department SG invites to new lecture series

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The “TUM Integrative Physiology Seminar” is a novel talk series that showcases cutting-edge and diverse physiological research from all over the world. The seminars are presented by leading researchers in their respective field. "It is our concern to bring interested people closer to the big world of physiology - also beyond the boundaries of the disciplines. After all, everyone benefits from new insights into how the body works," says Prof. Dr. Manuel Spitschan, Head of the Assistant Professorship of Chronobiology & Health.

The "TUM Integrative Physiology Seminar" takes place every second Thursday of the month via Zoom

The monthly lecture series is organized by the Department of Sport and Health Sciences at TU München. In particular, the Assistant Professorship of Exercise, Nutrition and Health (Prof. Dr. Karsten Köhler), the Assistant Professorship of Chronobiology & Health (Prof. Dr. Manuel Spitschan) and the Associate Professorship of Exercise Biology (Prof. Dr. Henning Wackerhage) are involved.
 

Topics and schedule

The talk series takes place every second Thursday of the month at 4 PM. During the kick-off event on May 12, 2022, Prof. Dr. Satchin Panda from the Salk Institute of Biological Sciences in La Jolla, USA will speak about the "Pleiotropic impact of time-restricted feeding on multiple organs". More information on further topics and speakers will follow soon.
 

Registration and contact

The 60-minute seminars (45 min talk + 15 min Q&A/discussion) are free to join via Zoom and are open to everyone. Please register through this link. For questions or feedback, please contact Dr. Anna Biller via e-mail. Be sure to include "TUM Integrative Physiology Seminar" in the subject line of your email.


To the registration

To the website of the Assistant Professorship of Exercise, Nutrition and Health

To the website of the Assistant Professorship of Chronobiology & Health

To the website of the Associate Professorship of Exercise Biology

 

Contact:

Prof. Dr. Manuel Spitschan
Assistant Professorship of Chronobiology & Health
Georg-Brauchle-Ring 60/62
80992 München

Phone: 089 289 24544
E-Mail: manuel.spitschan(at)tum.de

 

Text: Julie Hölterhoff
Photo: Camilo Jimenez on Unsplash