Sandra Wallner-Liebmann
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Sandra J Wallner-Liebmann


Sandra studied "food and nutrition" at the University of Vienna, got the venia docendi in pathophysiology at the Medical University Graz in 2004 and is Associate Professor at the Institute of Pathophysiology and Immunology since 2010.Her research topics are Lifestyle assessment, anthropometrical measurements, indirect calorimetry, stress tests and endocrine monitoring, physical performance, proinflammatory gene expression in PBMC, markers of nutrient intake, psychometry, genetic markers for addiction, atherosclerosis, dysfunctional eating behaviours.Advisory board of the Austrian Nutritional Scientists; Advisory Board of the IOC Medical and Scientific Commission: working group on body composition, health and performance; Advisory board of the European Nutraceutical Association (ENA); Advisory board of ACQUIN e.V. ( European Quality Assurance Register for Higher Education (EQAR)); Member of the American Physiological Society; Member of the Austrian Obesity Society; Member of the Austrian Society of Internal Medicine; Member of the Austrian Society of Diabetes; Member of the Int. Association for the Study of Obesity; Member of the Society of Austrian Nutritional Scientists; Member and Vice President of the Austrian Nutrition Society.Member of the University Senat, Surrogate-Dean of the Institute of Pathophysiology & Immunology, Dean of the PhD-school LIFEMED, Member of the University Commission for PhD-Studies.

Anthropology Evolutionary Studies Metabolic Sciences Nutrition Public Health

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Medical University Graz, Austria
Institute of Pathophysiology and Immunology


Articles published in PeerJ

The relationship of female physical attractiveness to body fatness

August 25th, 2015
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