Extremes of Human Energy Balance: Connecting the Dots between Energy Surplus and Deficiency

On November 21, 2022, the Professorship for Exercise, Nutrition and Health will host a mini-symposium featuring several high-profile speakers. The event, is co-hosted by Prof. Dr. Karsten Köhler and Dr. Eimear Dolan from the University of Sao Paolo and is part of the TUM Integrative Physiology Seminar.

The mini-symposium will be held in Lecture Hall 01 (BayWa Hörsaal) at the new TUM Campus im Olympiapark.

Program:

10.30Welcome

Renate Oberhoffer‐Fritz
Dean, Department of Sport & Health Sciences,
Technical University of Munich (GER)

10.35IntroductionKarsten Koehler,  
Technical University of Munich (GER)
10.40The athletic ape – energy as the currency of evolutionary fitnessDanny Longman,  
Loughborough University (UK)
11.00A life history perspective on energy balance Eimear Dolan,  
University of Sao Paolo (BRA)
11.10Extremes of human energy balance – lessons from athletes and mere mortals

Karsten Koehler,  
Technical University of Munich (GER)

11.30Coffe Break
12.00The impact of energy turnover on the control of energy balanceAnja Bosy‐Westphal,
University of Kiel (GER)
12.40Keynote:  
Extremes of negative energy balance in humans
Kevin Hall,
National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease (USA)
13.30Panel Discussion + Farewell


Registration:

Mini Symposium Registration

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Disclaimer: By submitting my registration, I acknowledge that my email address may be used as part of this event to send me information related to this context.



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