Dr. Katja Aue

Research Associate
Tel: +49 (0)30 31805463

Dr. Katja Aue studied ecotrophology with a focus on nutrition and consumer economics at the Christian Albrechts University in Kiel and then did her doctorate at the Technical University of Munich on the topic of “Health Behaviour: A dynamic analysis with regard to poverty and social inequality”. After professional positions as a research assistant at the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment and at the Technical University of Munich, she worked as a knowledge transfer officer and research assistant at Plattform Ernährung und Bewegung e.V. from 2013 to 2016. During her subsequent employment at Ökofeeding GmbH, she was mainly responsible for the area of science and evaluations. Most recently, she was project coordinator for the MÜKE evaluation project in the field of obesity prevention among children and adolescents at the Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences.

Dr. Katja Aue has been working at the nexus Institute since 2021. Her work focuses on qualitative and quantitative research and evaluation in the field of health promotion / public health.

Publications (selection)

Aue, K.; Roosen, J. and Jensen, H. (2016): Poverty Dynamics in Germany: Evidence on the Relationship between Persistent Poverty and Health Behavior. Social Science & Medicine 01/2016; 153.

Alfes J., Bucksch J., Aue K., Demetriou Y. (2016). Interventionen zur Reduzierung von Sitzzeiten im Setting Familie – Eine systematische Literaturanalyse. Bundesgesundheitsbl 59:1443-1451.

Aue, K. (2013): Health behavior: a dynamic analysis with regard to poverty and social inequality. Dissertation: http://mediatum.ub.tum.de/doc/1135594/1135594.pdf (Status 01/2020).

Aue, K.; Drescher, L. and Roosen, J. (2011): Poverty and health behavior – a dynamic analysis. Presented at the international Health Economics Association (iHEA) Congress July 11-13 2011, Toronto, Canada.

Aue, K. (2008): Lebensmittelverzehr und Aktivitätsverhalten bei 11- bis 17-jährigen Jugendlichen. Masterarbeit. Veröffentlicht durch das Robert Koch-Instituts: http://edoc.rki.de/docviews/abstract.php?lang=ger&id=363 (Status 01/2020).