Research and development
The Health Campus cooperates with various research institutes worldwide, focusing on contract research for the evaluation of laboratory and measurement methods. The validation of selective and significant parameters for an individual medical approach in the field of prevention, integrative medicine and health is of high importance for us. The more accurate and representative a study can be conducted, the more reliable the data obtained will be for prevention concepts and therapeutic intervention. In prevention research, our focus is therefore on the research and validation of an accurate measurement methodology in order to be able to identify biometric changes possibly even before the onset of a serious disease.
Cooperation with various recognized private and governmental research institutes contributes to a broad spectrum of research at the Health Campus. Well-known scientists from various research fields have made themselves available as project leaders and support various research tasks within the framework of a cooperation with the Health Campus.
The Health Campus fulfills the requirements of a highly qualified certification center in the health sector for research projects starting with project planning, biometric calculations, the implementation of a clinical intervention study with human biomonitoring (HBM) and finally the statistical final evaluation as well as the publication of the results in recognized, highly cited journals. All research tasks are supervised according to the requirements of good clinical practice (GCP). The range of services offered by the Health Campus can therefore also investigate scientific questions at the highest level of evidence (e.g. double-blind randomized clinical intervention studies).
Scientific research is usually conducted in cooperation with the International Society for Applied Preventive Medicine (I-GAP e.V.) as well as with the participation of affiliated research institutes. The research areas cover all fields of health, prevention and integrative medicine. This also includes the new research directions of stress and nutritional medicine as well as "neuroendocrinoimmunology".
Read here some published papers of scientifically structured product evaluations:
Petkov V, Schütz B, Eisenwagen S, Muss C, Mosgoeller W.Neuro Endocrinol Lett. 2021 Mar;42(1):1-12.PMID: 33930939 Clinical Trial.
PMA-zeolite can modulate inflammation associated markers in irritable bowel disease - an explorative randomized, double blinded, controlled pilot trial
Doerfler D, Mosgoeller W, Endler TA, Muss C.Neuro Endocrinol Lett. 2019 Feb;39(7):501-514.PMID: 30860682 Clinical Trial.
Potential of the multivitamin-mineral-trace element composition LaVita® before, during and after pregnancy.
Muss C, Mosgoeller W, Endler T. Neuro Endocrinol Lett. 2013;34(1):38-46.PMID: 23524622 Clinical Trial.
Papaya preparation (Caricol®) in digestive disorders.
Muss C, Mosgoeller W, Endler T. Neuro Endocrinol Lett. 2016;37(1):18-28.PMID: 26994381 Clinical Trial.
Mood improving Potential of a Vitamin Trace Element Composition--A randomized, double blind, placebo controlled clinical study with healthy volunteers.
Biogenic Amines Vol.26
Papaya preparation (Caricol) in digestive disorders
Papaya bei Reizdarmsyndrom
Muss C, Mosgoeller W, Endler T. Neuro Endocrinol Lett. 2016 Oct;37(5):345-352.PMID: 28171220 Clinical Trial.
Prevention of "nitrosative stress" by a nutritional supplement (LaVita®) - a randomized placebo controlled double blind clinical trial with healthy volunteers.
Muss C, Mosgoeller W, Endler T. Neuro Endocrinol Lett. 2015;36(4):337-47.PMID: 26454489
Bioavailabilty of a liquid Vitamin Trace Element Composition in healthy volunteers.
Muss C, Mosgoeller W, Endler T. Neuro Endocrinol Lett. 2015;36(1):31-40. PMID: 25789594 Clinical Trial.
Neuroprotective impact of a vitamin trace element composition - a randomized, double blind, placebo controlled clinical trial with healthy volunteers.
Muss C, Stejskal V, Titel E. Neuro Endocrinol Lett. 2009;30(3):331-4. PMID: 19855355 Clinical Trial.
The effectiveness of choline citrate infusions monitored by lymphocyte transformation test (LTT) in multiple sclerosis. A new approach to the diagnosis and treatment of the disease.
Neuroendocriniology Letters V.36 No. 4
Bioavailabilty of a liquid Vitamin Trace Element Composition in healthy volunteers
Neuroendocriniology Letters V.36 No. 1
Neuroprotective impact of a vitamin trace element composition
Lesen Sie hier einige veröffentlichte Publikationen von wissenschaftlich strukturierten Produktevaluationen: