Berthold Koletzko

Germany

Biosketch Prof. Dr. Dres. h.c. Berthold Koletzko (Oct 2019)

 

Bert is Professor of Paediatrics at LMU – Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich, Germany and heads the Div. Metabolic & Nutritional Medicine, Dr. von Hauner Children’s Hospital, Univ. of Munich Medical Centre. He is author of 1018 journal articles (Web of Science: Citations 23 818, H-index 79), 223 book chapters, and 39 books/monographies. Bert is President, Federation Int Soc of Paediatr Gastroenterol, Hepatol & Nutrition (fispghan.org); Past-President, Eur Soc Paediatr Gastroenterol, Hepatol & Nutrition; President-Elect, Int Soc Res Human Milk & Lactation, Treasurer Elect, United Eur Gastroenterol; Chair Tertiary Care

 

Council, Eur Academy Paediatr; Strategic Nutrition Advisor and Standing Committee Member, International Paediatr Assoc; Chair, Committee on Nutrition, German Society of Paediatrics & Adolescent Medicine (DGKJ); and Board Member, Biomedical Alliance in Europe. His research grant funding exceeded 20 mio.€ since the year 2000 provided by the EU Framework Programmes 5, 6, 7 & H2020, European Research Council, German Research Council, German Federal Ministry Education & Research, governments of Bavaria and Norway, US National Institutes of Health and other funding bodies. He has been acting as Co-ordinator of the EU funded projects CHOP, PIANAO, EARNEST, and EarlyNutrition and the EU Erasmus+ Projects Early Nutrition eAcademy South East Asia and Capacity Building to Improve Early Nutrition and Health in South Africa. He is member of the grant review board medicine, German Research Council and chairs their Clinical Trial grant review board. Bert is Editor in Chief of Ann Nutrition & Metabolism and of World Rev Nutrition & Dietetics, and Associate Editor of Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metabol Care and Monatsschrift Kinderheilkunde. He has been acting as Scientific Advisor to the German Federal Government, the Innovation Initiative of the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, the European Commission, the European Parliament, the World Health Organisation, and other national and international governmental bodies and organisations.

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