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International Movement and Nutrition Society


Movement and nutrition play a central role in long-term health and illness. The International Movement and Nutrition Society is an association of scientists, clinicians, healthcare professionals and laypersons interested in the importance of nutrition and physical activity for health and disease.

In regard to diet, nutrition, movement and physical exercise, the mission and goals of the International Movement and Nutrition Society include promoting public awareness and debate, disseminating knowledge, supporting the exchange of information between scholars and the public, providing educational programs, initiating research projects and developing policies.


President


Vice President

Vice President


Secretary General

Secretary (Europe)
Secretary (Japan)
Secretary (China)

Advisory Board


Klaus W. Lange
      Institute of Psychology, University of Regensburg, Germany
Jianjun Guo
      China Institute of Sport Science, Beijing
Shigehiko Kanaya
      Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

Joachim Hauser
Ewelina Stollberg
Yukiko Nakamura
Jixiong Pan

Shiming Li, USA
Terence McMorris, UK

The 3rd International Conference on Movement and Nutrition in Health and Disease (organizers: Klaus Lange, Jianjun Guo and Shigehiko Kanaya) will take place at the University of Regensburg, June 29 - July 1, 2017.

Invited speakers at this conference will include:

Karl-Jürgen Bär, University of Jena, Germany:
     Physical activity and cognitive impairment.
Eco de Geus, Free University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands:
     Genetics of exercise behavior and its behavioral determinants.
 
David Elsweiler, University of Regensburg, Germany:
     Healthiness of internet recipes.
 
Jianjun Guo, China Institute of Sport Science, Beijing, China:
     Physical activity, sport and health in China.
Reinhold Kilian, University of Ulm, Germany:
    
Cost effectiveness of exercise/nutrition interventions to promote physical health
     in individuals with mental disorders.
Shiming Li, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA:
     Tea and health.
Terry McMorris, Universities of Chichester and Northumbria, UK:
     Physical activity and cognition.
Jixiong Pan, Beijing and Technical University Munich, Germany:
     Playground design and movement.
Stefan Schneider, German Sport University, Köln, Germany:
    
Physical exercise and neuro-cognitive performance
Christina M. Spengler, ETH Zürich, Switzerland:
    
Physical activity in the prevention of chronic diseases.

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The 2nd International Conference on Movement and Nutrition in Health and Disease (organizers: Klaus Lange, Joachim Hauser and Shigehiko Kanaya) took place at the University of Regensburg, July 8-10, 2016.

The 1st International Conference on Movement and Nutrition in Health and Disease (organizers: Klaus Lange and Shigehiko Kanaya) took place at the University of Regensburg, June 12-14, 2015.

These conferences were attended by participants from Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Japan, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Oman, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Switzerland, Taiwan, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Special lectures at these conferences included:

Prevention of radiation damage, aging and various diseases by nutrition, food supplements and physical activity
by Helmut Durchschlag, Germany

Appetite expression and obesity: The role of satiety
by Jason Halford, UK

Edible species databases and data-driven nutrition science
by Shigehiko Kanaya, Japan

Exercise-induced neurochemical changes and cognition
by Terence McMorris, UK

Physical acitivity and mental disorders
by Andreas Ströhle, Germany

Future home healthcare systems for quality of life improvement
by Toshiyo Tamura, Japan

  1. Fakultät für Psychologie, Pädagogik und Sportwissenschaft
  2. Institut für Psychologie

International Movement and Nutrition Society

 

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Prof. Dr. Klaus W. Lange
93040  Regensburg
Telefon 0941 943-3815
Telefax 0941 943-4496
E-Mail  klaus.lange@ur.de