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Univ.-Prof. Dr. Dr. Perikles Simon Abteilungsleiter

E-Mail: simonpe@uni-mainz.de 
Tel.: +49 (0)6131 - 39 25 586
Raum: 00 158(VG)
Sprechstunde: Do 10:00-11:00h u. n. V. via felicitas.kessl@uni-mainz.de

 


Forschungsschwerpunkte

Ich interessiere mich für die Entwicklung von diagnostischen und prognostischen Markern für gesundes Altern und für die molekularen Mechanismen, die die positiven Auswirkungen von körperlicher Betätigung auf das Wohlbefinden wirksam vermitteln. Die meisten meiner Veröffentlichungen beziehen sich auf den Bereich Bewegung und öffentliche Gesundheit, wobei der Schwerpunkt auf den folgenden drei Bereichen liegt: 1. Gesundes Altern, 2. molekulare Bewegungsphysiologie und 3. Dopinganalyse, Epidemiologie und Prävention.

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Intellectual Property

2018

Simon P, Himmelreich R.: "Cell free DNA amplification" (F58373 DE) 102018222357.2

2007

Simon P.: "Detection of transgenic DNA (tDNA)", PCT/EP2007/003385 (5402P366)

2006

Simon P.: "Nachweis von transgener DNA (tDNA)", Schutzrecht DE 10 2006 021 257.6 (5402P366)

Research Awards, Honors and honorary assignments (selection)

2006

“Werner-Staehler-Gedächtnispreis“ Urology

2008

„Ludolf-Krehl-Preis“ General Internal Medicine

2009-2014

Member of the Gene Doping Panel at the World Anti-Doping Agency

since 2010

Invited expert of the German Ministry of Health and the Sports Committee of the German Parliament

since 2012

Member of the Group of Experts of the European Commission for Doping in Recreational Sports

2010-2012

Member of the Group of Experts for Doping Prevalence in Elite Sports

since 2014

Editorial Board Member of the Journal Sports Medicine

2014-2016

Member of the Evaluation Commission for Sports Medicine in Freiburg

since 2016

Head of the Ethics Commission of the Faculty of Social Science Media and Sports at the Johannes Gutenberg-University in Mayence


Education

11/2000

MD University of Tübingen, 3rd state examination and license to practice medicine

04/2004

PhD in Molecular Neurobiology from the International Max Planck Research School for Neural and Behavioural Sciences, Tübingen

12/2006

Certificate for University Lecturers of the Ministry of Science, Research and Arts

Professional Experience

1995-1997

MD-thesis at the Laboratory of Prof. Solon Thanos, University of Tübingen and University of Münster, Germany

1997-1998

Visiting scientist at the laboratories of Prof. Dreyer and Prof. Bennett (Molecular and Cellular Engineering), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA

2001

Internship at the Department of Ophthalmology, University of Tübingen

2002

Scientific and administrative coordination of a 60 Mio.€ DFG grant proposal “Man-Machine Interface and Biomorphic Systems” for the University of Tübingen

2002-2004

Postdoctoral Fellow and lecturer at the Department of Ophthalmology and the Institute for Brain Research, University of Tübingen

2004

Head of the Molecular Biology Laboratory at the Medical Clinic, Department for Sports Medicine, University of Tübingen with a clinical focus on Exercise Pysiology and Physical Fitness Testing.

02/2008

Call to the Johannes Gutenberg-University of Mainz, Germany as a Full Professor / Heading the Division of Sports Medicine, Rehabilitation and Disease Prevention

06/2009

Received and refused call to the University of Paderborn, Germany as a Tenured Full Professor (W3)

Since 2009

Head of the Division of Sports Medicine, Rehabilitation and Disease Prevention at the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz

06/2014

Received and refused call the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia as a Full Professor for Exercise Science at the School of Medical Sciences.


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