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MEDICA MEDICINE + SPORTS CONFERENCE

MMSC Session 6: Individualization in professional sports and exercise programs

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Personalization – Gender – Regeneration

  • Possibilities and limits of individualized training control using genetic markers and innovative molecular markers in the blood – Frst data from the in:prove study
    Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Karsten Krüger, Head of Department of Exercise Physiology and Sports Therapy, Justus-Liebig-University Gießen

  • Can we measure metabolites for personalisation in sport?
    Prof. Dr. Henning Wackerhage, Professor of Sports Biology, Technical University Munich

  • Adaptation of the neuromuscular system to disuse – From space to clinic
    Dr. Ramona Ritzmann, Head of Sports Motor Skills, Albert Ludwig University Freiburg, Project Lead Space Laboratory Novespace, Bordeaux, France

  • Individual sleep management in high-performance sports-current insights
    Dr. Sarah Jakowski, Postdoctoral research assistant, Department of Sports Psychology, Ruhr University Bochum

  • Women, the ignored gender in competitive sports – Sociological and socioeconomic insights
    Prof. Dr. Mara Konjer, Postdoc Researcher, University of Münster, former German Athletics Association’s Vice President for Sports Development

  • Sportswomen are much more than just small sportsmen
    Prof. Dr. med. Petra Platen, Professor of Sports Medicine and Sports Nutrition, Head of the Research Department of Sports Medicine and Sports Nutrition at the Faculty of Sport Science, Ruhr-University Bochum, former German national handball player

  • The case for exercise prehabilitation in cancer surgery
    Ass. Prof. Dr. Bart Bongers, Assistant professor, medical physiologist Department of Nutrition and Movement Sciences Maastricht University

  • Development of a tailored training app to increase balance and mobility in older adults with hearing impairments
    Prof. Dr. Bettina Wollesen, Human Movement Scientist, Vice President of the German Sports Science Association (dvs) responsible for the health resort, University of Hamburg