Congratulations to Jakob Simmank & Annette Horstmann, who published in Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience this October, entitled: Incidental rewarding cues influence economic decisions in people with obesity. Online at: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnbeh.2015.00278/full
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LIMIOR – Strengthens Scientific Exchange
Shortly after the first “Leipzig International Meeting for Interdisziplinary Obesity Research” (LIMIOR) on causes and consequences of morbid overweight the conclusions drawn are positive. GO TO IFB POST
LIMIOR – International Meeting for Interdisciplinary Obesity Research
Leipzig gets it first International Meeting for Interdisciplinary Obesity Research (LIMIOR). It set set for September 6th to 10th, 2015. LIMIOR Info (IFB)
IFB Dialog with Annette Horstmann, et al.
What influences our eating habits? These and other questions were addressed by the IFB Dialogue held on October, 14th. “Kummerspeck” and emotional eating are well-known phenomena. Many people know the very situations in which a chocolate bar soothes our minds or relieves stress. Speakers: Annette Horstmann, Anette Kersting, Thomas Ellrott, &...
Horstmann in LVZ
Annette appeared in Leipzig’s newspaper (LVZ) today on August, 22nd, with the article Der Lockruf des Essens. Verena Müller, science journalist, is hosting the article online on her blog.
Annette Horstmann contributes in aid magazine
Annette wrote a chapter in the current non-profit aid magazine: a German information service in the field of food, agriculture and consumer protection. Annettes Article (Übergewicht: Reine Kopfsache?) is at page 30–40. GO TO ARTICLE
Long Night of the Sciences @ IFB
On June 27th, the Long Night of Sciences (aka Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften) took place in Leipzig, along with the IFB and over 40 institutions. Read more at the IFB post
Welcome Isabel García García
As of February 1st, Isabel García García joins our lab as a PostDoc funded by MaxNetAging. A very warm welcome!
Welcome Nora Mehl
As of February 1st, Nora Mehl joins our lab as MaxNetAging-PhD-Student. Her Profile: Nora Mehl A very warm welcome!