Day2, July 6, 12:30 p.m., Session B:
Impact of environment and way of living
Ferdinand von Meyenn has been Assitiant Professor of the Institute of Food Nutrition and Health at the ETH Zurich since January 2019.
Ferdinand studied Biochemistry at the TU Müchnen, Germany, before moving to ETH Zürich for his PhD to study metabolism and type-2 diabetes. After his graduation, he joined Prof Wolf Reik at the Babraham Institute in Cambridge, UK, and investigated epigenetic mechanisms during development and ageing. In 2017 he joined King’s College London as a Research Fellow and then moved in 2019 to ETH Zurich where he was appointed Assistant Professor for Nutrition and Metabolic Epigenetics. His research focuses on the complex relationship between nutrition, metabolism and the epigenome, with the aim to contribute to the development of novel strategies to combat obesity and metabolic disease.
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