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Studiengebiet II: Sportwissenschaftliche Arbeitsbereiche
  II.1: Leistung und Gesundheit (Leitung)
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Zeitschriftenartikel (peer reviewed)
1. Joisten N, Walzik D, Metcalfe A, Bloch W, Zimmer P. Physical exercise as kynurenine pathway modulator in chronic diseases – Implications for immune- and energy homeostasis. International Journal of Tryptophan Research 2020 [accepted]. IF: 5,47
2. Pal A, Zimmer P, Wiskemann J, Steindorf K. Resistance exercise modulates Kynurenine pathway in pancreatic cancer patients. International Journal of Sports Medicine 2020 [accepted]. IF: 2,132
3. Banitalebi E, Mardaniyan Ghahfarrokhi M, Negaresh R, Kazemi A, Faramarzi M, Motl RW, Zimmer P. Exercise Improves Neurotrophins in Multiple Sclerosis Independent of Disability Status. Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders 2020 [accepted]. IF:2,725
4. Stössel S, Neu MA, Wingerter A, Bloch W, Zimmer P, Paret C, El Malki H, Baumann FT, Russo A, Henninger N, Lehmann, N, Otto H, Faber J. Benefits of exercise training for children and adolescents undergoing cancer treatment: Results from the randomized controlled MUCKI trial. Frontiers in Pediatrics 2020 [accepted]. IF: 2,349
5. Zimmer P. Mens sana in corporo sano (Editorial). Bewegungstherapie & Gesundheitswissenschaft 2020. 36 (2): 49.
6. Oberste M, Zimmer P. Kognitionspsychologische Grundlagen und häufige methodische Fallstricke bei der Erforschung sport- und bewegungsinduzierter Effekte auf kognitive Leistungen. Bewegungstherapie & Gesundheitswissenschaft 2020. 36 (2): 52-57.
7. Joisten N, Schumann M, Schenk A, Walzik D, Freitag N, Knoop A, Thevis M, Bloch W, Zimmer P. Acute hypertrophic but not maximal strenghth loading transiently enhancees the kynurenine pathway towards kynurenic acid. European Journal of Applied Physiology 2020 [accepted]. IF: 3,055
8. Schlagheck ML, Walzik D, Joisten N, Koliamitra C, Hardt L, Metcalfe AJ, Wahl P, Bloch W, Schenk A, Zimmer P. Cellular immune response to acute exercise: Comparison of endurance and resistance exercise. European Journal of Hematology 2020 [accepted]. IF: 2,217
9. Gharakhanlou R*, Wesselmann L*, Rademacher A, Lampitn A, Negaresh R, Kaviani M, Oberste M, Motl RW, Sandroff BM, Bansi J, Baker JS, Heesen C, Zimmer P*, Javelle F*. Exercise training and cognitive performance in persons with multiple sclerosis: a systematic review and multilevel meta-analysis of clinical trials. Multiple Sclerosis Journal 2020 [accepted]. IF: 5,649
10. Oberste M, Medele M, Javelle F, Wunram LW, Walter D, Bloch W, Bender S, Fricke O, Joisten N, Walzik D, Großheinrich N, Zimmer P. Physical Activity for the Treatment of adolescent Depression: A systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Frontiers in Physiology 2020 [accepted]. IF: 3,201
11. Joisten N, Kummerhoff F, Koliamitra C, Schenk A, Walzik D, Hardt L, Knoop A, Thevis M, Kiesl D, Metcalfe AJ, Bloch W, Zimmer P. Exercise and the Kynurenine pathway: Current state of knowledge and results from a randomized cross-over study comparing acute effects of endurance and resistance training. Exercise Immunology Review 2020 [accepted]. IF: 6,4
12. Peukert X, Steindorf K, Schagen S, Runz A, Meyer P, Zimmer P. Hippocampus -related cognitive and affective impairments in patients with breast cancer -a systematic review. Frontiers in Oncology 2020 [accepted]. IF: 4,137
13. Proschinger S, Joisten N, Rademacher A, Schlagheck M, Walzik D, Metcalfe A, Oberste M, Bloch W, Schenk A, Zimmer P. Influence of combined functional resistance and endurance exercise over 12 weeks on matrix metalloproteinase-2 serum concentration in persons with Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis – A community-based randomized controlled trial. BMC Neurology 2019 [accepted]. IF: 2,233
14. Oberste M, Javelle F, Sharma S, Walzik D, Joisten N, Bloch W, Zimmer P. Effects and moderators of acute aerobic exercise on subsequent interference control: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Frontiers in Psychology 2019 [accepted].
15. Zimmer P, Schmidt ME, Berdel B, Wiskemann J, Kellner KH, Debus J, Ulrich CM, Opitz CA, Steindorf K. Resistance exercise reduces kynurenine levels in patients with breast cancer. Frontiers in Oncology 2019 [accepted]. IF: 4,137
16. Wahl P, Zimmer P. Acute impact of recovery on the restoration of cellular immunological homeostasis. International Journal of Sports Medicine 2019 [accepted]. IF: 2,132
17. Koliamitra C, Javelle F, Joisten N, Shimabukuro-Vornhagen A, Bloch W, Schenk A, Zimmer P. Do acute exercise-induced activations of the kynurenine pathway induce regulatory t-cells on the long-term? – a theoretical frame work supported by pilot data. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine 2019 [accepted]. IF: 1,774
18. Oberste M, Sharma S, Zimmer P. Does a single bout of aerobic exercise improve set-shifting in healthy young adults? A systematic review and meta-analysis. Integrative and Complementary Medicine 2019 [accepted].
19. Javelle F, Li D, Zimmer P, Johnson S. Dietary intake of tryptophan tied emotion-related impulsivity in humans. International Journal of Vitamins and Nutrition 2019 [accepted]. IF: 1,251
20. Zimmer P, Bansi J, Rademacher A, Schlagheck ML, Walzik D, Proschinger S, Bloch w, Joisten N. Exercise-Neuro-Immunology – From Bench to Bedside. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Sportmedizin 2019 [accepted].
21. Zimmer P, Schenk A, Elter T. Molecular and biological mechanism of physical exercise on carcinogenesis. Der Gasteroenterologe 2019 [accepted].
22. Pal A, Zimmer P*, Schmidt M, Hummel M, Ulrich C, Wiskemann J, Steindorf K. No evidence for effect of Exercise on transcriptome of NK cells in breast cancer patients undergoing adjuvant therapy: Results from a pilot study. Frontiers in Physiology 2019 [accepted]. IF: 3,394
23. Isenmann E, Ambrosio G, Joseph JF, Mazzarino M, de la Torre X, Zimmer P, Kazlauslas R, Goebel C, Botre FM, Diel P, Parr MK. Ecdysteroids as non-conventional anabolic agent: Performance Enhancement by Ecdysterone Supplementation in Humans. Archieves of Toxicology 2019 [accepted]. IF: 5,728
24. Schenk A, Koliamitra C, Bauer CJ, Schier R, Schweiger MR, Bloch W, Zimmer P. Impact of acute aerobic exercise on genome wide DNA Methylation in NK cells – a pilot study. Genes 2019[accepted]. IF: 3,191
25. Javelle F, Lampit A, Bloch W, Häussermann P, Johnson S, Zimmer P. A systematic review and meta-analysis of the effects of 5-hydroxytryptophan on distinct types of depression: Current evidence and future perspectives. Nutrition Reviews 2019 [accepted]. IF: 7,281
26. Zimmer P, Joisten N, Schenk A, Bloch W. Impact of physical exercise on the kynurenine pathway in patients with cancer: Current limitations and future perspectives. Acta Oncologica 2019 [accepted]. IF: 3,473
27. Joisten N, Walzik D, Schenk A, Bloch W, Zimmer P*, Wahl P. Aqua Cycling for Immunological Recovery after Intensive, Eccentric Exercise. European Journal of Applied Physiology 2019 [accepted]. IF: 2,401
28. Joisten N, Rademacher A, Bloch W, Schenk A, Oberste M, Dalgas U, Langdon D, Caminada D, Purdes MT, Gonzenbach R, Kool J, Zimmer P*, Bansi J. Influence of different rehabilitative aerobic exercise programs on (anti-) 1 inflammatory immune signaling, cognitive and functional capacity in persons with MS – Study protocol of a randomized controlled trial. BMC Neurology [accepted]. IF: 2,170
29. Mokhtarzade M, Agha-Alinejad H, Motl RW, Negaresh R, Zimmer P, Baker J. Weight control and physical exercise in persons with Multiple Sclerosis: Current knowledge and future perspectives. Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice 2018 [accepted]. IF: 1,701
30. Bühl L, Abel T, Wolf F, Oberste M, Bloch W, Hallek M, Zimmer P. Feasibility and potential benefits of an exercise intervention in a male with Down syndrome undergoing high-dose chemotherapy for acute lymphoblastic leukemia – A case report. Integrative Cancer Therapies 2019 [accepted]. IF: 2,657
31. Negaresh R, Motl RW, Zimmer P, Mokhtarzade M, Baker JS. Exercise Training Effects on Multiple Sclerosis Biomarkers of Central Nervous System and Disease Status: A Systematic Review of Intervention Studies. European Journal of Neurology 2019 [accepted]. IF: 4,621
32. Eschke RC, Lampit A, Schenk A, Javelle F, Steindorf K, Diel P, Bloch W, Zimmer P. Impact of physical exercise on growth and progression of cancer in rodents – a systematic review and meta-analysis. Frontiers in Oncology 2019[accepted]. IF: 4,416

33. Oberste M, Schaffrath N, Schmidt K, Bloch W, Jäger E, Steindorf K, Hartig P, Joisten N, Zimmer P. The impact of chemotherapy accompaigning high-intensity intervall training on cancer related cognitive impairments in breast cancer patients (the `Chemobrain in Motion`(CIM) study) – Study protocol of a randomized placebo-controlled trial. BMC Cancer 2018 [accepted]. IF: 3,679
34. Schenk A, Pulverer W, Koliamitra C, Bauer C, Schier, Böttiger B, Bloch W, Zimmer P. Acute exercise increases the expression of the activating natural killer cell receptor KIR2DS4 by promoter demethylation. International Journal of Sports Medicine 2018 [accepted]. IF:2,453
35. Metcafle A, Koliamitra C, Javelle F, Bloch W, Zimmer P. Acute and chronic effects of exercise on the kynurenine pathway in humans – A brief review and future perspectives. Behavior & Physiology 2018. 194:583-587. IF: 2,885
36. Negaresh R, Mokhtarzade M, Motl R, Majdinasab N, Ranjnbar R, Khodadoost M, Zimmer P, Baker J, Patel D. Effect of Short-Term Interval Exercise Training on Fatigue, Depression and Fitness in Normal Weight vs. Overweight person with Multiple Sclerosis
Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing 2018 [accepted]. IF: 0,991
37. Negaresh R, Motl R, Mohhtarzade M, Dalgas U, Patel D, Shamsi M, Majdinasab N, Ranjnbar R, Zimmer P, Baker J. Effects of exercise training on cytokines and adipokines in multiple Sclerosis: A systematic review. Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders 2018. 24:91-100. IF: 3,199
38. Mohtarzade M, Motl R, Negaresh R, Zimmer P, Khodadoost M, Baker J, Patel D, Majdinasab N, Ranjnbar R. Exercise-induced changes in neurotrophic factors and markers of blood-brain barrier permeability are moderated by weight status in multiple sclerosis. Neuropeptides 2018. 70:93-100. IF: 2,925
39. Bizjak D, Jacko D, Zimmer P, Gehlert S, Bloch W, Grau M. Acute alterations in the hematological and hemorheological profile induced by resistance training and possible implication for microvascular functionality. Microvascular Research 2018. 118:137-143. IF: 2,465
40. Majdinasab N, Motl R, Mokhtarzade M, Zimmer P, Ranjbar R, Keytsman C, Cullen T, Negaresh R, Baker J. Acute Responses of Cytokines and Adipokines to Aerobic Exercise in Women with Relapsing vs. Remitting Multiple Sclerosis. Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice 2018. 31:295-301. IF: 1,701
41. Steindorf K, Schmidt ME, Zimmer P. Sport und Bewegung mit und nach Krebs – wer profitiert, was ist gesichert? Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 2018. 145(5):309-315. IF: 0,523
42. Gutmann B*, P. Zimmer P*, Hülsdünker T, Lefebvre J, Binnebößel S, Oberste M, Bloch W, Strüder HK, Mierau A. The effects of exercise intensity and post-exercise recovery time on cortical activation as revealed by EEG alpha peak frequency. Neuroscience letters 2018. 668:159-163. IF: 2,159
43. Bansi J, Koliamitra C, Bloch W, Joisten N, Schenk A, Watson M, Kool J, Langdon D, Dalgas U, Kesselring J, Zimmer P. Persons with secondary progressive and relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis reveal different responses of Tryptophan metabolism to acute endurance exercise and training. Journal of Neuroimmunology 2018. 314:101-105. IF: 2,655
44. Zimmer P, Trebing S, Streckmann F, Timmers-Trebing U, Schenk A, Paust R, Bloch W, Rudolph R, Baumann FT. Eight-week, multimodal exercise counteracts a progress of chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy and improves balance and strength in metastasized colorectal cancer patients: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Supportive Care in Cancer 2018. 26(2):615-624. IF: 2,863
45. Wunram H, Hamacher S, Hellmich M, Volk M, Jänicke F, Reinhard F, Bloch W, Zimmer P, Graf C, Schönau E, Lehmkuhl G, Bender S, Fricke O. Whole body vibration added to treatment as usual is effective in adolescents with depression: a partly randomized, three-armed clinical trial in inpatients. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 2018. 27(5):645-662. IF: 3,799
46. Zimmer P, Baumann FT, Oberste M, Schmitt J, Joisten N, Hartig P, Schenk A, Kuhn R, Bloch W, Reuss-Borst M. Influence of personalized exercise recommendations during rehabilitation on the sustainability of objectively measured physical activity levels, fatigue and fatigue-related biomarkers in patients with breast cancer. Integrative Cancer Therapies 2018. 17(2):306-311. IF: 2,657

47. Oberste M, Hartig P, Bloch W, Elsner B, Predel HG, Ernst B, Zimmer P. Control group paradigms in studies investigating acute effects of exercise on cognitive performance – An experiment on expectation-driven placebo effects. Frontiers of Human Neuroscience 2017. 11:600. IF: 2,871
48. Zimmer P, Bloch W, Schenk A, Oberste M, Riedel S, Kool J, Langdon D, Dalgas U, Kesselring J, Bansi J. High-intensity interval exercise improves cognitive performance and reduces matrix metalloproteinases-2 serum levels in persons with multiple sclerosis - A randomized controlled trial. Multiple Sclerosis Journal 2017. 1:1352458517728342. IF: 5,280
49. Koliamitra C, Holtkamp B, Zimmer P, Bloch W, Grau M. Impact of training volume and intensity on RBC-NOS/NO pathway and endurance capacity. Biorheology 2017. 54(1):37-50. IF: 1,316
50. Zimmer P, Bloch W, Kieven M, Lövenich L, Lehmann J, Holthaus M, Theurich S, Schenk A. Serotonin shapes the migratory potential of NK-cells – An in vitro approach. International Journal of Sports Medicine 2017. 38(11):857-863. IF: 2,453
51. Zimmer P, Schenk A, Kieven M, Holthaus M, Lehmann J, Lövenich L, Bloch W. Exercise induced alterations in NK-cell cytotoxicity – methodological issues and future perspectives. Exercise Immunology Review 2017. 23:66-81. IF: 7,105
52. Zimmer P, Binnebößel S, Bloch W, Hübner ST, Predel HG, Wright P, Stritt C, Oberste M Exhaustive exercise alters thinking times in a Tower of London task in a time-dependent manner. Frontiers in Physiology 2017. 7:694. IF: 3,394
53. Schaffrath N, Oberste M, Zimmer P. Effects of Exercise Interventions and Physical Activity Behavior on Cancer Related Cognitive Impairments: An update. Current Opinion in Supportive and Palliative Care 2017. 11(1):52-59. IF: 2,073

54. Oberste M, Bloch W, Hübner ST, Zimmer P. Do reported effects of acute aerobic exercise on subsequent higher cognitive performances remain if tested against an instructed self-myofascial release training control group? A randomized controlled trial. PLoS One 2016. 11(12):e0167818. IF: 3,54
55. Freese J, Pardi D, Ruiz-Nunez B, Schwarz S, Heynck R, Renner R, Zimmer P, Lötzerich H. Back to the Future. Metabolic Effects of a 4-Day Outdoor Trip Under Stimulated Paleolithic Conditions – New Insights from The Eifel Study. Journal of Evolution and Health 2016.
56. Pesendorfer LM, Zimmer P, Galvao DA, Zopf EM, Bloch W, Baumann FT. Impact of Physical Inactivity on the Multifactorial Process of Developing Cancer-Related Cognitive Impairments. Journal of Cancer Science & Therapy 2016. 8:222-227. IF: 3,15
57. Filipovic A, Grau M, Kleinöder H, Zimmer P, Hollmann W, Bloch W. Effects of a whole-body electrostimulation program on strength, sprinting, jumping, and kicking capacity in elite soccer players. Journal of Sports Science & Medicine 2016. 15(4):639-648. IF: 1,990
58. Zimmer P, Stritt C, Bloch W, Schmidt FP, Hübner ST, Binnebößel S, Schenk A, Oberste M. The effects of different aerobic exercise intensities on serum serotonin concentrations and their association with Stroop-task performance – A randomized controlled trial. European Journal of applied Physiology 2016. 116(10):2025-2034. IF: 2,567
59. Zimmer P, Oberste M, Bloch W, Schenk A, Joisten N, Hartig P, Wolf F, Baumann FT, Garthe A, Hallek M, Elter T. Impact of aerobic exercise training during chemotherapy on cancer related cognitive impairments in patients suffering from acute myeloid leukemia or myelodysplastic syndrome – Study protocol of a randomized placebo-controlled trial. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2016. 49:1-5. IF: 2,658
60. Zimmer P, Baumann FT, Oberste M, Wright P, Garthe A, Schenk A, Elter T, Galvao DA, Bloch W, Hübner ST, Wolf F. Effects of exercise interventions and physical activity behavior on cancer related cognitive impairments – a systematic review. Biomed Research International 2016. 1820954. IF: 2,583
61. Schenk A, Bloch W, Zimmer P. Natural killer cells – An epigenetic perspective of development and regulation. International Journal of Molecular Science 2016. 17(3):326. IF: 3,878
62. Zimmer P, Baumann FT, Bloch W, Zopf EM, Schulz S, Latch J, Schollmayer F, Shimabukuro-Vornhagen A, von Bergwelt-Baildon M, Schenk A. Impact of a half marathon on cellular immune system, pro-inflammatory cytokine levels and recovery behavior of breast cancer patients in the aftercare compared to healthy controls. European journal of haematology 2016. 96(2):152-159. IF: 2,595
63. Giesen E, Zimmer P, Bloch W. Effects of an exercise program on physical activity level and quality of life in patients with severe alcohol dependence. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly 2016. 34:63-78. IF: 0,49

64. Zimmer P, Bloch W, Schenk A, Zopf EM, Hildebrandt U, Streckmann F, Beulertz J, Koliamitra C, Schollmayer F, Baumann F. Exercise induced natural killer cell activation is driven by epigenetic modifications. International Journal of Sports Medicine 2015. 36(6):510-515. IF: 2,453
65. Zimmer P, Oberste M, Bloch W. Einfluss von Sport auf das zentrale Nervensystem-Molekulare und zelluläre Wirkmechanismen. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Sportmedizin 2015. 66:42-49. IF: 0,17
66. Zimmer P, Bloch W. Physical exercise and epigenetic adaptations of the cardiovascular system. Herz 2015. 40(3):353-360. IF: 0,936
67. Zimmer P, Borowik S, Bloch W, Giesen A, Gerland L, Schenk A, Elter T, Baumann FT. Krafttraining gleich Krafttraining? Neue Erkenntnisse für die onkologische Trainingstherapie. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Onkologie 2015. 47(2):70-74. IF: 0,14
68. Bobylev I, Elter T, Schneider C, Wunderlich G, Zimmer P, Streckmann F, Fink GR, Lehmann HC. Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy. Fortschritte der Neurologie-Psychiatrie 2015. 83(8):427-436. IF: 0,395

69. Zimmer P, Mierau A, Bloch W, Strüder HK, Hülsdünker T, Schenk A, Fiebig L, Baumann FT, Hahn M, Reinart N, Hallek M, Elter T. Post-chemotherapy cognitive impairment in patients with B-cell Non-Hodgkin-Lymphoma: a first comprehensive approach to determine cognitive impairments after treatment with rituximab, cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, vincristine and prednisone or rituximab and bendamustine. Leukemia and Lymphoma 2014. 56(2):347-352. IF: 0,85
70. Streckmann F, Zopf EM, Lehmann HC, May K, Rizza J, Zimmer P, Gollhofer A, Bloch W, Baumann FT. Exercise intervention studies in patients with peripheral neuropathy- a systematic review. Sports Medicine 2014. 44(9):1289-1304. IF: 7,074
71. Zimmer P, Baumann FT, Bloch W, Schenk A, Koliamitra C, Jensen P, Mierau A, Hülsdünker T, Reinart N, Hallek M, Elter T. Impact of exercise on pro inflammatory cytokine levels and epigenetic modulations of tumor-competitive lymphocytes in Non-Hodgkin-Lymphoma patients-randomized controlled trial. European journal of haematology 2014. 93(6):527-532. IF: 2,595
72. Scharhag-Rosenberger F, Becker T, Streckmann F, Schmidt K, Berling A, Bernardi A, Engeroff T, Exner A, Gutekunst K, Hofmeister D, Jensen W, Kähnert H, Kneis S, Limbach M, Mau-Möller A, Röcker K, Schmidt ME, Schmidt T, Stöckel T, Wehrle A, Wiskemann J, Zimmer P, Zopf E, Steindorf K. Wissenschaftliche Studien zu körperlichem Training bei onkologischen Patienten: Empfehlungen zu den Erhebungsmethoden. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Sportmedizin 2014. 65(11):304-313. IF: 0,17

73. Zimmer P, Jäger E, Bloch W, Zopf EM, Baumann FT. Influence of a six month endurance exercise program on the immune function of prostate cancer patients undergoing Antiandrogen- or Chemotherapy: Design and rationale of the ProImmun study. BMC Cancer 2013. 13(1):272. IF: 3,679
74. Zimmer P, Baumann F T, Ebel J, Zopf EM, Bloch W, Elter T. Feasibility of an isometric maximal voluntary contraction (MVC) test in hematological cancer patients during thrombocytopenia. Journal of Sports Medicine 2013. 470489. IF: 6,699
75. Baumann FT, Bloch W, Weissen A, Brockhaus M, Beulertz J, Zimmer P, Streckmann F, Zopf EM. Physical Activity in Breast Cancer Patients during Medical Treatment and in the Aftercare- a Review. Breast Care 2013. 8:330-334. IF: 2,028
76. Baumann FT, Zimmer P, Westhof T, Krohe S, Stempin A, Müsgens M, Krause A, Beulertz J, Zopf E, Bloch W, Jäger E. A bicycle tour over 1408 km with prostate cancer patients – results of a pilot study. European Review of Aging and Physical Activity 2013. 10(1):19-24. IF: 3,091
77. Bloch W, Zopf E, Zimmer P, Baumann FT. Role of physical activity in tumor patients and possible underlying mechanisms. European Review of Aging and Physical Activity 2013. 10(1):25-33. IF: 3,091

78. Zimmer P. Körperliche Aktivität und das Immunsystem onkologischer Patienten. Forum Onkologische Pflege 2012. 1:18-20.
79. Zimmer P, Baumann FT. Cancer related fatigue- Wirkungsweisen körperlicher Aktivität auf molekularer Ebene. Onkologische Pharmazie 2012. 14(2):12-15.
80. Bloch W, Zimmer P. Epigenetik und Sport. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Sportmedizin 2012. 63(6):163-167. IF: 0,17
81. Bloch W, Suhr F, Zimmer P. Molecular mechanisms of exercise-induced cardiovascular adaptations: Influence of epigenetics, mechanotransduction and free radicals. Herz 2012. 37(5):508-515. IF: 0,936
82. Baumann FT, Zimmer P*, Finkenberg K, Hallek M, Bloch W, Elter T. Influence of endurance exercise on the risk of pneumonia and fever in leukemia and lymphoma patients undergoing high dose chemotherapy. A pilot study. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine 2012. 11(4):638-642. IF: 1,990
*shared first/last authorship


Buchbeiträge
1. Baumann FT, Däggelmann J, Streckmann F, Zimmer P, Zopf EM. Tumorerkrankungen. Praxisbuch Sport in Prävention und Therapie (Hrsg. Mooren, Reimers). Elsevier: München 2018; 197.
2. Baumann FT, Zimmer P. Mammakarzinom. Praxisbuch Sport in Prävention und Therapie (Hrsg. Mooren, Reimers). Elsevier: München 2018; 197-199.
3. Schier R, Zimmer P, Riedel B. Perioperative Inflammation and Microcirculation in Surgery: Clinical Strategies for Improved Surgical Outcomes. Microcirculation in health and disease (Hrsg. Lenasi). InTech open access publisher: 2016 (accepted).
4. Zimmer P, Schenk A, Bloch W. Genetische und epigenetische Aspekte in Bezug auf körperliche Aktivität und Gesundheit. Körperliche Aktivität und Gesundheit- Präventive und therapeutische Ansätze der Sportmedizin (Hrsg. Banzer). Springer: Berlin, Heidelberg. 93(6): 527-532.
5. Zimmer P, Schenk A, Bloch W. Epigenetics in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine. Medical Epigenetics (Hrsg: Tollefsbol). Elsevier: Amsterdam 2016; 515-530.
6. Baumann F, Beulertz J, Streckmann F, Zimmer P, Zopf E. Tumorerkrankungen. Prävention und Therapie durch Sport. 2. Auflage (Hrsg. Reimers, Broocks, Knapp, Mewes, Mooren, Reuter, Tettenborn, Thürauf). Urban & Fischer Verlag: München 2015 (in press); 263-268.
7. Kunert HJ, Bloch W, Zimmer P, Norra C. Bedeutung bewegungsgestützter Therapieverfahren zur Behandlung von komorbid erkrankten Suchtpatienten in der Forensik - Teil 2 klinische Aspekte. Straftäter behandeln (Hrsg. Saimeh). MWV Medizinisch Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG: Berlin 2015 (in press).
8. Zimmer P, Giesen E, Bloch W. Bedeutung bewegungsgestützter Therapieverfahren zur Behandlung von komorbid erkrankten Suchtpatienten in der Forensik - Teil 1. neurowissenschaftliche Aspekte. Straftäter behandeln (Hrsg. Saimeh). MWV Medizinisch Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG: Berlin 2015 (in press).
9. Zimmer P, Rüffer J U. Fatigue-Syndrom. Sport und körperliche Aktivität in der Onkologie (Hrsg: Baumann, Jäger Bloch). Springer: Berlin, Heidelberg 2012; 69-78.
10. Zimmer P, Zopf E, Baumann F T. Tumorkachexie. Sport und körperliche Aktivität in der Onkologie (Hrsg: Baumann, Jäger, Bloch). Springer: Berlin, Heidelberg 2012; 89-97.
11. Baumann FT, Zopf E, Elter T, Zimmer P, Beulertz J, Bloch W. Sport und körperliche Aktivität in der Onkologie (Hrsg: Baumann, Jäger, Bloch). Springer: Berlin, Heidelberg 2012; 31-40.



Werdegang
Beruf
Seit März 2020:
Juniorprofessur „Leistung und Gesundheit (Sportmedizin)“ Technische Universität Dortmund
Oktober 2019 – März 2020:
Vertretungsprofessur „Sport und Gesundheit“, Leibniz Universität Hannover
Januar 2015 – Oktober 2019:
Arbeitsgruppenleiter Sport- (Neuro-) Immunologie, Deutsche Sporthochschule Köln (DSHS), Institut für Kreislaufforschung und Sportmedizin, Abteilung für Molekulare und Zelluläre Sportmedizin
Oktober 2016 – Januar 2019:
PostDoc und Berater, Abteilung (G210) Bewegung, Präventionsforschung und Krebs, Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum (DKFZ), Heidelberg
Januar 2012 – Dezember 2014:
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, DSHS, Institut für Kreislaufforschung und Sportmedizin, Abteilung für Molekulare und Zelluläre Sportmedizin
April 2010 – Januar 2012:
Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft, DSHS, Institut für Kreislaufforschung und Sportmedizin, Abteilung für Molekulare und Zelluläre Sportmedizin
Oktober 2009 – April 2010:
Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft an der DSHS, Institut für Anatomie und Physiologie
Oktober 2005 – September 2008:
Studentische und wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft, DSHS, Institut für Anatomie und Physiologie
 
Ausbildung
Oktober 2019:
Habilitation "Zum Einfluss von Ausdauer- und Krafttrainingsreizen auf die kognitive Leistungsfähigkeit unter besonderer Berücksichtigung neuro-biologischer Faktoren" und Erteilung der Lehrbefähigung für „Biomedizinische Sportwissenschaft“ (DSHS)
Januar 2015:
Promotion zum Dr. Sportwiss. "Belastungsinduzierte epigenetische Modifikationen in tumorkompetitiven Lymphozyten", Summa cum laude (DSHS)
November 2014:
Promotion zum Dr. rer. medic. "Chemobrain nach B-Zell Non-Hodgkin-Lymphom Erkrankungen- Ein umfassender Ansatz zur Erfassung von kognitiven Einschränkungen nach Behandlung mit R-CHOP oder R-Bendamustin", Summa cum laude (Universität zu Köln)
Oktober 2009-September 2012:
Studium der Neurowissenschaften an der medizinischen und naturwiss. Fakultät der Universität zu Köln B. Sc. Neuroscience,
Oktober 2008-Mai 2009:
Zweisemestriges PreMed an der Universität Szeged (Ungarn) (Chemie, Physik, Biologie)
Oktober 2004- März 2008:
Studium der Sportwissenschaft an der DSHS, Dipl. Sportwissenschaftler (Training und Leistung)
 



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