Dr. Christoph Daniel Höchsmann

Profil

Derzeitige StellungPost Doc
FachgebietPhysiologie,Ernährungswissenschaften
Keywordssmart power meter, doubly labeled water, nutrition assessment, digital biomarkers, physical activity assessment

Aktuelle Kontaktadresse

LandDeutschland
OrtMünchen
Universität/InstitutionTechnische Universität München
Institut/AbteilungFakultät für Sport- und Gesundheitswissenschaften

Gastgeber*innen während der Förderung

Prof. Dr. Karsten KöhlerFakultät für Sport- und Gesundheitswissenschaften, Technische Universität München, München
Beginn der ersten Förderung01.04.2022

Programm(e)

2021Humboldt-Forschungsstipendien-Programm für Postdocs

Publikationen (Auswahl)

2022Do EK, O’Connor K, Perks SN, Soule EK, Eissenberg T, Amato MS, Graham AL, Martin CK, Höchsmann C, Fuemmeler BF: E-cigarette device and liquid characteristics and E-cigarette dependence: A pilot study of pod-based and disposable E-cigarette users. In: Addict. Behav., 124, 2022, 107117
2021Dorling JL, Belsky DW, Racette SB, Das SK, Ravussin E, Redman LM, Höchsmann C, Huffman KM, Kraus WE, Kobor MS, MacIsaac JL, Lin DTS, Corcoran DL & Martin CK: Association between the FTO rs9939609 single nucleotide polymorphism and dietary adherence during a 2-year caloric restriction intervention: Exploratory analyses from CALERIETM phase 2. In: Exp. Gerontol., 155, 2021, 111555
2021Staiano AE, Shanley JR, Kihm H, Hawkins KR, Self-Brown S, Höchsmann C, Osborne M, LeBlanc MM, Apolzan JW, Martin CK: Digital tools to support family-based weight management for children: Mixed methods pilot and feasibility study. In: JMIR Pediatr. Parent., 4, 2021, e24714
2021Höchsmann C, Fearnbach SN, Dorling JL, Myers CA, Zhang D, Apolzan JW, Stewart TM, Bray GA, Ravussin E, Martin CK: Effect of 8 weeks of supervised overfeeding on eating attitudes and behaviors, eating disorder symptoms, and body image: Results from the PROOF and EAT studies. In: Eat. Behav., 43, 2021, 101570
2021Dorling JL, Höchsmann C, Tudor-Locke C, Beyl RA, Martin CK: Effect of an office-based intervention on visceral adipose tissue: The WorkACTIVE-P randomized controlled trial. In: Appl. Physiol. Nutr. Metab., 46, 2021, 117--125
2021Dorling JL, Ravussin E, Redman LM, Bhapkar M, Huffman KM, Racette SB, Das SK, Apolzan JW, Kraus WE, Höchsmann C, and Martin CK for the CALERIE Phase 2 Study Group: Effect of two years of calorie restriction on liver biomarkers: Results from the CALERIE phase 2 randomized controlled trial. In: Eur. J. Nutr., 60, 2021, 1633--1643
2021Höchsmann C, Dorling JL, Martin CK, Newton RL Jr, Apolzan JW, Myers CA, Denstel KD, Mire EF, Johnson WD, Zhang D, Arnold CL, Davis TC, Fonseca V, Lavie CJ, Price-Haywood EG, and Katzmarzyk PT for the PROPEL Research Group: Effects of a 2-year primary care lifestyle intervention on cardiometabolic risk factors: A cluster-randomized trial. In: Circulation, 143, 2021, 1202--1214
2021Fearnbach SN, Flanagan EW, Höchsmann C, Beyl RA, Altazan AD, Martin CK, Redman LM: Factors protecting against a decline in physical activity during the COVID-19 pandemic. In: Med. Sci. Sports Exerc., 53, 2021, 1391--1399
2021Dorling JL, Höchsmann C, Fearnbach SN, Apolzan JW, Hsia DS, Johannsen NM, Church TS, Martin CK: Initial weight change and long-term changes in weight and compensation during supervised exercise training. In: Med. Sci. Sports Exerc., 53, 2021, 1675--1684
2021Höchsmann C, Fearnbach N, Dorling JL, Fazzino TL, Myers CA, Apolzan JW, Martin CK: Preference, expected burden, and willingness to use digital and traditional methods to assess food and alcohol intake. In: Nutrients, 13, 2021, 3340
2020Höchsmann C, Dorling JL, Apolzan JW, Johannsen NM, Hsia DS, Martin CK: Baseline habitual physical activity predicts weight loss, weight compensation, and energy intake during aerobic exercise. In: Obesity (Silver Spring), 28, 2020, 882--892
2020Ingadottir B, Jaarsma T, Klompstra L, Aidemark J, Askenäs L, Bahat Y, Ben Gal O, Berglund A, Berglund E, Höchsmann C, Plotnik M, Trappenburg JC, Schmidt-Trucksäss A, Strömberg A: Let the games begin: Serious games to improve outcomes in patients with cardiovascular disease. In: Eur. J. Cardiovasc. Nurs., 19, 2020, 558--560
2020Höchsmann C, Martin CK: Review of the validity and feasibility of image-assisted methods for dietary assessment. In: Int. J. Obes. (Lond), 44, 2020, 2358--2371
2020Höchsmann C, Knaier R, Fischer J, Infanger D, Schmidt-Trucksäss A: Validity of smartphones and activity trackers to measure steps in a free-living setting during three consecutive days. In: Physiol. Meas., 41, 2020, 015001
2019Höchsmann C, Dorling JL, Apolzan JW, Johannsen NM, Hsia DS, Church TS, Martin CK: Effect of different doses of supervised aerobic exercise on heart rate recovery in inactive adults who are overweight or obese: Results from E-MECHANIC. In: Eur. J. Appl. Physiol., 119, 2019, 2095--2103
2019Höchsmann C, Infanger D, Klenk C, Königstein K, Walz SP, Schmidt-Trucksäss A: Effectiveness of a behavior change technique-based smartphone game to improve intrinsic motivation and physical activity adherence in type 2 diabetes patients: randomized controlled trial. In: JMIR Serious Games, 7, 2019, e11444
2019Höchsmann C, Müller O, Ambühl M, Klenk C, Königstein K, Infanger D, Walz SP, Schmidt-Trucksäss A: Novel smartphone game improves physical activity behavior in type 2 diabetes. In: Am. J. Prev. Med., 57, 2019, 41--50
2019Dorling JL, Church TS, Myers CA, Höchsmann C, White UA, Hsia DS, Martin CK, Apolzan JW: Racial variations in appetite-related hormones, appetite, and laboratory-based energy intake from the E-MECHANIC Randomized Clinical Trial. In: Nutrients, 11, 2019, 2018
2019Knaier R, Höchsmann C, Infanger D, Hinrichs T, Schmidt-Trucksäss A: Validation of automatic wear-time detection algorithms in a free-living setting of wrist-worn and hip-worn ActiGraph GT3X+. In: BMC Public Health, 19, 2019, 244
2018Höchsmann C, Meister S, Gehrig D, Gordon E, Li Y, Nussbaumer M, Rossmeissl A, Schäfer J, Hanssen H, Schmidt-Trucksäss A: Effect of e-bike vs. bike commuting on cardiorespiratory fitness in overweight adults: A four-week randomized pilot study. In: Clin. J. Sport Med., 28, 2018, 255--265
2018Keller F, Dhaini S, Briel M, Henrichs S, Höchsmann C, Kalbermatten D, Künzli N, Mollet A, Puelacher C, Schmidt-Trucksäss A, von Niederhäusern B, De Geest S: How to conceptualize and implement a PhD program in health sciences – The Basel approach. In: J. Med. Educ. Curric. Dev., 5, 2018, 2382120518771364
2018Höchsmann C, Rossmeissl A, Baumann S, Infanger D, Schmidt-Trucksäss A: Oxygen uptake during mini trampoline exercise in normal-weight, endurance-trained adults and in overweight, inactive adults: a proof-of-concept study. In: EJSS (Champaign), 18, 2018, 753--761
2018Höchsmann C, Knaier R, Eymann J, Hintermann J, Infanger D, Schmidt-Trucksäss A: Validity of activity trackers, smartphones, and phone applications to measure steps in various walking conditions. In: Scand. J. Med. Sci. Sports, 28, 2018, 1818--1827
2017Knaier R, Schäfer J, Rossmeissl A, Klenk C, Hanssen H, Höchsmann C, Cajochen C, Schmidt-Trucksäss A: Effects of bright and blue light on acoustic reaction time and maximum handgrip strength in male athletes: a randomized controlled trial. In: Eur. J. Appl. Physiol., 117, 2017, 1689--1696
2017Höchsmann C, Walz SP, Schäfer J, Holopainen J, Hanssen H, Schmidt-Trucksäss A.: Mobile exergaming for health - Effects of a serious game application for smartphones on physical activity and exercise adherence in type 2 diabetes mellitus – study protocol of a randomized controlled trial. In: Trials, 18, 2017, 103
2017Knaier R, Schäfer J, Rossmeissl A, Klenk C, Hanssen H, Höchsmann C, Cajochen C, Schmidt-Trucksäss A.: Prime time light exposures do not seem to improve maximal physical performance in male elite athletes but enhance end-spurt performance. In: Front. Physiol., 8, 2017, 264
2016Höchsmann C, Zürcher N, Stamm A, Schmidt-Trucksäss A: Cardiorespiratory exertion while playing video game exercises in elderly individuals with type 2 diabetes. In: Clin. J. Sport Med., 26, 2016, 326--331
2016Höchsmann C, Schüpbach M, Schmidt-Trucksäss A. Effects of exergaming on physical activity in overweight individuals. In: Sports Med., 46, 2016, 845--860