Staff

Dr. Peter Reitmeir
Member of research group 2

Phone: +49 89 3187-3096
E-mail
Building/Room: 96/06

Curriculum vitae:

  • Studies in Statistics at the Ludwig Maximimilians University of Munich, Germany
  • Research Fellow at Helmholtz Zentrum München
  • Promotion at the University of Köln, Germany, as "Dr. rer. medic"

Research interests:

  • Multilevel modelling
  • Generalized linear models for the analysis of cost data
  • Bootstrap applications
  • Resampling-based multiple testing procedures

Selected publications:

    • Schunk M, Reitmeir P, Rückert-Eheberg IM, Tamayo T, Schipf S, Meisinger C, Peters A, Scheidt-Nave C, Ellert U, Hartwig S, Kluttig A, Völzke H, Holle R.: Longitudinal change in health-related quality of life in people with prevalent and incident type 2 diabetes compared to diabetes free controls. PLoS One (2017)
    • Reitmeir P, Linkohr B, Heier M, Molnos S, Strobl R, Schulz H, Breier M, Faus T, Küster DM, Wulff A, Grallert H, Grill E, Peters A, Graw J.: Common eye diseases in older adults of southern Germany: results from the KORA-Age study. Age Ageing (2016)
    • Leidl R, Schweikert B, Hahmann H, Steinacker JM, Reitmeir P.: Assessing quality of life in a clinical study on heart rehabilitation patients: how well do value sets based on given or experienced health states reflect patients' valuations? Health Qual Life Outcomes (2016)
    • Meyer CW, Reitmeir P, Tschöp MH.: Exploration of Energy Metabolism in the Mouse Using Indirect Calorimetry: Measurement of Daily Energy Expenditure (DEE) and Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR). Curr Protoc Mouse Biol. 5(3), 205-22 (2015)
    • Schunk M, Stark R, Reitmeir P, Meisinger C, Holle R.: Towards patient-oriented diabetes care: results from two KORA surveys in southern Germany. J Diabetes Res (2015)
    • Schunk M, Reitmeir P, Schipf S, Völzke H, Meisinger C, Ladwig KH, Kluttig A, Greiser KH, Berger K, Müller G, Ellert U, Neuhauser H, Tamayo T, Rathmann W, Holle R.: Health-related quality of life in women and men with type 2 diabetes: a comparison across treatment groups. J Diabetes Complications (2015)