Research Topics

  • Nutrition
  • Neuroscience
  • Psychology
  • Decision-Making
  • Brain Health
  • Lifestyle Factors


Brief Biographical Sketch

Anne-Katrin Muth is a PhD candidate at the German Institute of Human Nutrition and Charité. She is currently working on an observational and experimental project, examining how lifestyle factors impact on brain and cognition in healthy young people. Additionally, she is investigating how food intake affects cognition and affect more generally.

She completed her Bachelor's and Master's degrees at the University of Groningen (Netherlands) focusing on cognitive and neuro-clinical psychology under the supervision of Prof. Andre Aleman. At Bangor University (United Kingdom) she worked as a research assistant studying social timing in autism under the supervision of Dr. Dawn Wimpory and completed her MPhil on the same topic concurrently.



  • Lifestyle and Cognition (LifeCog)
  • Lifestyle and Cognition - the Relationship between Covid-19 Quarantine, Development and Mood (LifeCog-CoDi)


Key Publications

Muth, A., Hönekopp, J., Falter, C.: Visuo-Spatial Performance in Autism: A Meta-analysis. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 44(12), 3245-3263 (2014).