Mar­tin Feder­busch

MMartin Federbusch

MD can­di­date

Max Planck Insti­tute for Human Cog­ni­tive & Brain Sci­ences
Stephanstraße 1A
04103 Leipzig
Ger­many

Mar­tin Feder­busch is study­ing med­i­cine. His grad­u­a­tion is planned for Decem­ber 2015. In Feb­ru­ary 2012 he found his way to the O’Brain Project through the fund­ing pro­gramme MD Pro 1of the Inte­grat­ed Research and Treat­ment Cen­ter (IFB) Adi­pos­i­ty­Dis­eases Leipzig. His research focus­es at genet­ic caus­es of obe­si­ty: he is asso­ci­at­ing obe­si­ty SNPs (point muta­tions, e. g. in the genes FTO, MC4R, BDNF) with altered brain struc­ture (VBM on T1-weight­ed MRI images). Fur­ther­more he analyse the asso­ci­a­tion of behav­ioral mea­sures and mea­sures of obe­si­ty like the body mass index (BMI). To assess also dif­fer­ent con­di­tions, under which the BMI can be explained, he use mul­ti­ple regres­sion with mod­els of medi­a­tion and mod­er­a­tion.

Publications

Rohde, K., Feder­busch, M., Horstmann, A., Keller, M., Vill­ringer, A., Stumvoll, M., Tön­jes, A., Kovacs, P., & Böttch­er, Y. (2015). Genet­ic vari­ants in AKR1B10 asso­ciate with human eat­ing behav­ior. BMC GENETICS, 16: 31. doi:10.1186/s12863-015‑0189-9.
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Diet­rich, A., Feder­busch, M., Grell­mann, C., Vill­ringer, A., & Horstmann, A. (2014). Body weight sta­tus, eat­ing behav­ior, sen­si­tiv­i­ty to reward/punishment, and gen­der: Rela­tion­ships and inter­de­pen­den­cies. Fron­tiers in Psy­chol­o­gy, 5: 1073. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01073.
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Diet­rich, A., Feder­busch, M., Grell­mann, C., Vill­ringer, A., & Horstmann, A. (2014). Body weight sta­tus, eat­ing behav­ior, sen­si­tiv­i­ty to reward/punishment, and gen­der: rela­tion­ships and inter­de­pen­den­cies. Poster pre­sent­ed at 30th Annu­al Meet­ing of the Ger­man Soci­ety for Obe­si­ty, Leipzig, Ger­many.
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