Prof. Dr. habil. Dr. h.c. Henning Budde

Prof. Dr. habil. Dr. h.c. Henning Budde
Professor for Sport Science and Research Methodology

Kaiserkai 1
20457 Hamburg
Phone: 040/ 36 12 26 40
Fax: 040/ 36 12 26 430
Email: Henning.Budde(at)medicalschool-hamburg.de
Web: www.medicalschool-hamburg.de

Biography

Henning Budde has studied Physical Education and Biology in Kiel, Cologne and Bielefeld and received his doctorate at the Free University Berlin.  After two years of successful teachers training (mandatory in Germany), he worked as a high school teacher in Hamburg while being involved in neuroscience research projects. From 2006-2011 he did his post doc at the Department of Training and Movement Sciences (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin). After that, he was a visiting professor for Physical Education at the University of Suwon (South Korea) and an Assistant Professor at the Department of Sport Science at Reykjavik University (Iceland), where he is now affiliated as Professor. Since the winter semester 2012/2013 he is Full-Professor for Sport Science and Research Methodology at the MSH Medical School Hamburg. In 2014 he finished his “Habilitation” the highest academic degree in Germany at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin. Since 2015 he is also an affiliated Professor at the Lithuanian Sport University.

Teaching

Henning Budde´s teaching experience is based on his 2-years teachers training and 4 ½ -years tenure as a teacher of biology and P.E. at a High School in Hamburg (Germany). Since the winter semester 2006/07, he taught exercise science, motor control and motor learning as well as sport didactics in lectures and seminars at BA and MA level. He also was responsible for the accreditation of new degree programs at the Humboldt University in Berlin as well as at the Reykjavik University. Internationally he taught at many Universities abroad within the Erasmus Teaching Mobility program. As part of his Visiting Professorship in South Korea, he gave lectures and seminars with a health educational focus. At Reykjavik University, he taught graduate students in exercise science. Now he teaches the subjects neuroscience, research methods and sports science at the Medical School Hamburg (MSH).

Research focus

Research interest of Henning Budde is the field of exercise neuroscience. He is dealing with the effects of exercise on the brain and how the brain induced movements. As a teacher he is interested how these findings can be implemented in school settings.

He has published over 70 articles in peer reviewed journals. Some of these articles are communicated as "most cited articles" (e.g. in Neuroscience Letters) or as a “hot topic” articles (e.g. at the Neuroscience Meeting 2007 and 2013). In addition, he collaborates with institutes in Germany (including the Technical University of Dresden, Z.I. Mannheim and Jacobs University Bremen) and abroad (UFRJ Rio de Janeiro, UFSC Florianópolis (Brazil), Foro Italico, Rome (Italy), University of Suwon (South Korea), Reykjavik University (Iceland) and University of Bern (Switzerland).

Henning Budde raised external funding in many areas, including the DFG projects "Additional exercise at school, effects on cognitive performance, emotional status, and steroid hormones”, as well as one with the focus on brain activity.

Furthermore, Henning Budde is member of several scientific associations, such as Society for Neuroscience, European College of Sport Science (ECSS), German Association of Sports Science (dvs). In June 2017 he received a honorary doctor at the Lithuanian Sport University.

He is also reviewer for numerous national and international journals, such as

  1. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins) IF: 4.459
  2. International Psychogeriatrics (Cambridge Journals) IF: 1.934
  3. Hormones and Behavior (Elsevier) IF: 4.632
  4. Psychoneuroendocrinology (Elsevier) IF: 4.944
  5. Archives of Oral Biology (Elsevier) IF: 1.735
  6. European Journal of Psychology of Education (Springer) IF: 0.80
  7. Perceptual & Motor Skills (Ammons Scientific, Ltd.) IF: 0.66
  8. The Journal of Physiology (Wiley Blackwell) IF: 5.037
  9. Brain Sciences (MDPI) IF: --
  10. Advances in Cognitive Psychology (ScholarOne) IF: --
  11. International Archives of Medicine (BiomedCentral) IF: 1.08
  12. Current Medical Research & Opinion (Informa) IF: 2.37
  13. The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry (Informa) IF: 4.23
  14. Sportwissenschaft (Springer) IF: --
  15. Pediatric Exercise Science (ScholarOne) IF: 1.61
  16. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports (Wiley) IF: 3.17
  17. Developmental Science (Wiley) IF: 3.808
  18. JAMA Pediatrics IF: 4.25
  19. Psychophysiology (ScholarOne) IF: 2.986
  20. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health (Sage) IF: 3.13
  21. Plos One IF: 3.53
  22. CNS & Neurological Disorders - Drug Targets (Taylor & Francis) IF: 2.7
  23. European Journal of Sport Science (Bentham) IF: 1.31
  24. Pediatrics (American Academy of Pediatrics) IF: 5.473
  25. Journal of Sports Sciences (Taylor & Francis) IF: 2.10
  26. European Journal of Psychological Assessment (Hogrefe) IF: 1.973
  27. Neuroscience Letters (Elsevier) IF: 2.03
  28. Experimental Physiology (The Physiological Society) IF: 2.669
  29. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine (Hindawi)  IF:1.88
  30. Child: Care, Health & Development (Wiley) IF: 1.692
  31. Neural Plasticity IF: 3.582
  32. International Journal of Environmental research and Public Health IF: 2,101
  33. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport IF: 3,857
  34. Mental Health and Physical Activity IF: 2,214
  35. Experimental Brain Research IF: 1.917
  36. Journal of Adolescent Health IF: 3,974
  37. Health Psychology IF: 3,458
  38. Frontiers in Neuroscience IF: 3,566
  39. Progress in Neurobiology IF: 13,217
  40. Aging IF:4,867
  41. Psychology of Sport and Exercise IF: 2,878

As well as for the following research foundations

  • Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF)
  • Heinrich Hertz-Stiftung, Ministerium für Innovation, Wissenschaft und Forschung des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)
  • Netherlands Initiative for Education Research (NRO) Programme: Exercise and Educational Performance 2016 Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research
  • National Institute of Education (Nanyang Technological University) Singapore
  • PhD- committee of the Lithuanian Sport University
  • ZEvA (Zentrale Evaluations- und Akkreditierungsagentur) for the Accreditation of the curriculum: Applied Neurosciences in Sports & Excercises (M.Sc.) at the University Paderborn.

Publications

  • German