PD Dr. med. vet. Harald Michael Hammon

+49 38208 68-693
Forschungsinstitut für Nutztierbiologie (FBN)
Institut für Ernährungsphysiologie
Abteilung Endokrine Stoffwechselregulation
Wilhelm-Stahl-Allee 2
18196 Dummerstorf

Forschungsinteressen

  • Stoffwechsel und endokrine Regulation von Wachstum, Entwicklung und Energiestoffwechsel beim Rind
  • Ernährung von Kalb und Kuh

Lebenslauf

    • 04/2004-heute:
      Abteilungsleiter und stellvertretender Institutsleiter am Institut für Ernährungsphysiologie “Oskar-Kellner” am Leibniz-Institut Nutztierbiologie (FBN), Dummerstorf, Arbeitsgruppenleiter “Endokrine Stoffwechselregulation"
    • 04/1998-03/2004: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter an der Abteilung für Ernährungspathologie, Institut für Tierzucht, Universität Bern, Schweiz
    • 12/2003: Habilitation in Tierphysiologie an der Universität of Bern, Venia docendi für Tierphysiologie
    • 09/2001-05/2002: Gastaufenthalt am Department of Animal Science, Purdue University, IN, USA
    • 01/1994-03/1998: Post Doc an der Abteilung für Ernährungspathologie, Institut für Tierzucht, Universität Bern, Schweiz
    • 02/1993-12/1993: Assistent in Großtierpraxis
    • 04/1991-12/1992: Promotion an der Abteilung für Ernährungspathologie, Institut für Tierzucht, Universität Bern, Schweiz
    • 09.01.1991: Approbation zum Tierarzt
    • 1985-1990: Studium der Veterinärmedizin an der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in München

    Lehre

    Vorlesung und Seminare in Physiologie und Anatomie sowie Leistungs- und Pathophysiologie der Nutztiere an der Universität Rostock, Agrar- und Umweltwissenschaftliche Fakultät

    Publikationen

    Kesser, J.; Hill, M.; Heinz, J. F. L.; Koch, C.; Rehage, J.; Steinhoff-Wagner, J.; Hammon, H. M.; Mielenz, B.; Sauerwein, H.; Sadri, H. (2015):
    The rapid increase of circulating adiponectin in neonatal calves depends on colostrum intake. J Dairy Sci 98 (10): 7044-7051
    https://dx.doi.org/10.3168/jds.2015-9726
    Krüger, R.; Derno, M.; Görs, S.; Metzler-Zebeli, B. U.; Nürnberg, G.; Martens, H.; Pfuhl, R.; Nebendahl, C.; Zeyner, A.; Hammon, H. M.; Metges, C. C. (2014):
    Higher body fatness in intrauterine growth retarded juvenile pigs is associated with lower fat and higher carbohydrate oxidation during ad libitum and restricted feeding. Eur J Nutr 53 (2): 583-597
    https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00394-013-0567-x
    Pfannkuche, H.; Taifour, F.; Steinhoff-Wagner, J.; Hammon, H. M.; Gäbel, G. (2014):
    Post-natal changes of MCT1 expression in the forestomach of calves. J Anim Physiol An N 98 (1): 140-148
    https://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jpn.12057
    Metges, C. C.; Görs, S.; Lang, I. S.; Hammon, H. M.; Brüssow, K.-P.; Weitzel, J. M.; Nürnberg, G.; Rehfeldt, C.; Otten, W. (2014):
    Low and high dietary protein: carbohydrate ratios during pregnancy affect materno-fetal glucose metabolism in pigs. J Nutr 144 (2): 155-163
    https://dx.doi.org/10.3945/jn.113.182691
    Steinhoff-Wagner, J.; Zitnan, Rudolf; Schönhusen, U.; Pfannkuche, H.; Hudakova, M.; Metges, C. C.; Hammon, H. M. (2014):
    Diet effects on glucose absorption in the small intestine of neonatal calves: importance of intestinal mucosal growth, lactase activity, and glucose transporters. J Dairy Sci 97 (10): 6358-6369
    https://dx.doi.org/10.3168/jds.2014-8391
    Schäff, C. T.; Rohrbeck, D.; Steinhoff-Wagner, J.; Kanitz, E.; Sauerwein, H.; Bruckmaier, R. M.; Hammon, H. M. (2014):
    Effects of colostrum versus formula feeding on hepatic glucocorticoid and α1- and β2-adrenergic receptors in neonatal calves and their effect on glucose and lipid metabolism. J Dairy Sci 97 (10): 6344-6357
    https://dx.doi.org/10.3168/jds.2014-8359
    Hammon, H. M.; Schäff, C. T. (2014):
    Milch macht müde Kälber munter. Forschungsreport (Spezial 3): 14-15
    van Knegsel, A. T. M.; Hammon, H. M.; Bernabucci, U.; Bertoni, G.; Bruckmaier, R. M.; Goselink, R. M. A.; Gross, J.; Kuhla, B.; Metges, C. C.; Parmentier, H. K.; Trevisi, E.; Tröscher, A.; van Vuuren, A. (2014):
    Metabolic adaptation during early lactation: key to cow health, longevity and a sustainable dairy production chain. CAB Reviews 9 (002): 1-15
    https://dx.doi.org/10.1079/PAVSNNR20149002
    Schwarm, A.; Viergutz, T.; Kuhla, B.; Hammon, H. M.; Schweigel-Röntgen, M. (2013):
    Fuel feeds function: energy balance and bovine peripheral blood mononuclear cell activation. Comp Biochem Phys A 164 (1): 101-110
    https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cbpa.2012.10.009
    Weber, F. M.; Hametner, C.; Tuchscherer, A.; Losand, B.; Kanitz, E.; Otten, W.; Singh, S. P.; Bruckmaier, R. M.; Becker, F.; Kanitz, W.; Hammon, H. M. (2013):
    Variation in fat mobilization during early lactation differently affects feed intake, body condition, and lipid and glucose metabolism in high-yielding dairy cows. J Dairy Sci 96 (1): 165-180
    https://dx.doi.org/10.3168/jds.2012-5574
    Hammon, H. M.; Steinhoff-Wagner, J.; Flor, J.; Schönhusen, U.; Metges, C. C. (2013):
    Role of colostrum and colostrum components on glucose metabolism in neonatal calves. J Anim Sci 91 (2): 685-695
    https://dx.doi.org/10.2527/jas.2012-5758
    Hötger, K.; Hammon, H. M.; Weber, F. M.; Görs, S.; Tröscher, A.; Bruckmaier, R. M.; Metges, C. C. (2013):
    Supplementation of conjugated linoleic acid in dairy cows reduces endogenous glucose production during early lactation. J Dairy Sci 96 (4): 2258-2270
    https://dx.doi.org/10.3168/jds.2012-6127
    Börner, S.; Derno, M.; Hacke, S.; Kautzsch, U.; Schäff, C. T.; ThanThan, S.; Kuwayama, H.; Hammon, H. M.; Röntgen, M.; Weikard, R.; Kühn, Ch.; Tuchscherer, A.; Kuhla, B. (2013):
    Plasma ghrelin is positively associated with body fat, liver fat and milk fat content, but not with feed intake of dairy cows after parturition. J Endocrinol 216 (2): 217-229
    https://dx.doi.org/10.1530/Joe-12-0384
    Derno, M.; Nürnberg, G.; Schön, P.-Ch.; Schwarm, A.; Röntgen, M.; Hammon, H. M.; Metges, C. C.; Bruckmaier, R. M.; Kuhla, B. (2013):
    Short-term feed intake is regulated by macronutrient oxidation in lactating Holstein cows. J Dairy Sci 96 (2): 971-980
    https://dx.doi.org/10.3168/jds.2012-5727
    Schönhusen, U.; Junghans, P.; Flöter, A.; Steinhoff-Wagner, J.; Görs, S.; Schneider, F.; Metges, C. C.; Hammon, H. M. (2013):
    First-pass uptake and oxidation of glucose by the splanchnic tissue in young goats fed soy protein-based milk diets with or without amino acid supplementation. J Dairy Sci 96 (4): 2400-2412
    https://dx.doi.org/10.3168/jds.2012-5933
    Börner, S.; Albrecht, E.; Schäff, C. T.; Hacke, S.; Kautzsch, U.; Derno, M.; Hammon, H. M.; Röntgen, M.; Sauerwein, H.; Kuhla, B. (2013):
    Reduced AgRP activation in the hypothalamus of cows with high extent of fat mobilization after parturition. Gen Comp Endocr 193: 167-177
    https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ygcen.2013.08.002
    Schäff, C. T.; Börner, S.; Hacke, S.; Kautzsch, U.; Sauerwein, H.; Spachmann, S. K.; Schweigel-Röntgen, M.; Hammon, H. M.; Kuhla, B. (2013):
    Increased muscle fatty acid oxidation in dairy cows with intensive body fat mobilization during early lactation. J Dairy Sci 96 (10): 6449-6460
    https://dx.doi.org/10.3168/jds.2013-6812
    Mielenz, M.; Kuhla, B.; Hammon, H. M. (2013):
    Abundance of adiponectin system and G-protein coupled receptor GPR109A mRNA in adipose tissue and liver of F2 offspring cows of Charolais x German Holstein crosses that differ in body fat accumulation. J Dairy Sci 96 (1): 278-289
    https://dx.doi.org/10.3168/jds.2012-5816
    Weber, F. M.; Hametner, C.; Tuchscherer, A.; Losand, B.; Kanitz, E.; Otten, W.; Sauerwein, H.; Bruckmaier, R. M.; Becker, F.; Kanitz, W.; Hammon, H. M. (2013):
    Hepatic gene expression involved in glucose and lipid metabolism in transition cows: effects of fat mobilization during early lactation in relation to milk performance and metabolic changes. J Dairy Sci 96 (9): 5670-5681
    https://dx.doi.org/10.3168/jds.2012-6277
    Widmann, P.; Reverter, A.; Fortes, M.; Weikard, R.; Suhre, K.; Hammon, H. M.; Albrecht, E.; Kühn, Ch. (2013):
    A systems biology approach using metabolomic data reveals genes and pathways interacting to modulate divergent growth in cattle. BMC Genomics 14: 798-815
    https://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1471-2164-14-798