Dietary factors play an important role in cognitive development and cognitive decline across the lifespan, and development of neurodegenerative diseases. Evidence-based dietary recommendations are intended to minimize the risk of chronic diseases in the population. The cluster, Diet – Body – Brain (DietBB), will investigate the relation between dietary factors and the development, maintenance, and decline of cognition across the lifespan. more

DietBB activities

July 10, 2017 - DietBB Seminar Series
“Circuit-level models of homeostatic mechanisms for food intake and its modulation by reward”

Dr. Marc Tittgemeyer from the Max Planck Institute for Metabolism Research (Cologne) will talk about homeostatic mechanisms for food intake and its modulation by reward.
5pm, auditorium XVII, Nussallee 17, Bonn more

Dr. Marc Tittgemeyer from the Max Planck Institute for Metabolism Research (Cologne) will talk about...

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Scientific Meeting of the competence cluster Diet-Body-Brain at the Festsaal of the University of...

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Discussion of the four competence clusters in nutrition at the DGE Congress on 2nd March 2017 in...

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