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Lutz Kraushaar

  • Dr.PH
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Research interests

developing algorithms & methods to determine vascular function and age

About

I work on longevity. I'm interested in extending people's life and health spans. To that end I created functionomics, a discipline aimed at distinguishing chronological from pathological functional changes, slowing down the former while preventing the latter. My focus is on cardiovascular function. I develop non-invasive methods for easy monitoring of arterial elasticity and aortic function, and I translate these methods into affordable and practical tools to guide interventions.

Co-authors (7)

  • Caroline Martins

Publications (5)

  • Engaging self-correcting feedback control to increase physical activity, reduce bodyweight and disease risk in overweight sedentary adults

    • Kraushaar L
    • Krämer A
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  • Improving the Efficiency of Lifestyle Change Interventions for the Prevention of Cardiometabolic Disease

    • Kraushaar L
    • Alexander M
    • Zweitgutachterin K
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  • Web-Enabled Feedback Control Over Energy Balance Promotes an Increase in Physical Activity and a Reduction of Body Weight and Disease Risk in Overweight Sedentary Adults

    • Kraushaar L
    • Krämer A
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  • Improving the Efficiency of Preventive Lifestyle Change Interventions

    • Kraushaar L
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  • Are we losing the battle against cardiometabolic disease? the case for a paradigm shift in primary prevention

    • Kraushaar L
    • Krämer A
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Professional experience

Commercial Manager

Siemens Industry Sector

January 1981 - January 1991(10 years)

Education

DrPH

Universitat Bielefeld

January 2006 - January 2010(4 years)

MSc.

University of Chester

January 2002 - January 2004(2 years)