PhD students: Nutritional sciences

Listed alphabetically by surname

  • Laura Vanessa Bragagna: "Research on interaction between oxidative stress, potential antioxidants and lifestyle changes"
  • Katharina Burger: "Regulation of alcohol metabolizing enzymes in the context of metabolic liver diseases"
  • Bernadette Bürger: "Evaluation of breastfeeding behavior and infant nutrition in Austria"
  • Reynalda Córdova: "Researching the association of dietary advanced glycation endproducts (AGEs) intake with cancer risk and potential related pathways to cancer development"
  • Rebeka Fejes: "Dietary Nitrate, vascular function and inflammation"
  • András Gregor: "Microbiome derived caprylate in whole-body metabolism and hunger regulation"
  • Martina Gregori: "Vegan and non-vegan diets linked to physical activity, sports and exercise within different subpopulations"
  • Claudia A. Hana: "Research on underlying mechanisms of the protection through bilirubin against diabetes mellitus type 2 and cardiovascular diseases"
  • Ulrike Krammer: Research on interrelationships between epigenetics (e.g. via miRNAs) and exercise to establish biomarkers in the capillary blood, which e.g. can provide information about the fitness level of a person
  • Ermira Krasniqi Boshnjaku: "Genetic polymorphisms of vitamin D-related genes and its association with vitamin D status and physical performance in adults aged 45 years and above"
  • Stephanie Viola Lilja: "Investigation in the effects of periodic fasting versus fasting mimetics in vitro and in vivo of different biomarkers and the gut composition regarding pathways involved in longevity"
  • Angelika Maria Pointner: "Research on effects of lifestyle and nutrition factors on epigenetic markers with a relevance for ageing and inflammation"
  • Theresa Schott: "Establishment of a complex gut model used to study inflammatory reactions in the intestine of piglets"
  • Patrick Alexander Zöhrer: "Exploring the human gut microbiota and intrinsic and extrinsic connections with focus on nutritional impacts by using selected techniques of bioinformatics and statistical analysis"