Education 1996 –2002 University of Lübeck, Germany, Medical School 2002 Medical thesis
Professional Experience Since 2003 Department of Paediatrics, Lübeck, Germany 2002-2008 Paediatric Residency, 2008-2011 Neuropaediatric Fellowship 2011-2017 Neuropaediatric Fellow 2017-2018 Research Fellowship, Department of Psychology, University of Warwick, UK
After Medical School Dr. Spiegler first pursued clinical education in Pae-diatrics with specialisation in Neuropaediatrics afterwards. In 2017 she spent 1 year at the University of Warwick, Department of Psychology to improve methodological skills. She has been involved in cohort studies since 2006 (precursor study GNN, GNN including 5-and 1-year follow-up design, Millennium Cohort Study).
Outcome of preterm born individuals with regard to organ function, cog-nition, behaviour, quality of life and participation as well as possible mod-ifying influences like physical activity.
Härtel C *, Spiegler J *, Fortmann I, Astiz M, Oster H, Siller B, et al. Breastfeeding for 3 Months or Longer but Not Probiotics Is Associated with Reduced Risk for Inatten-tion/Hyperactivity and Conduct Problems in Very-Low-Birth-Weight Children at Early Primary School Age. Nutrients 2020; doi:10.3390/nu12113278
Spiegler, J, Mendonça, M and Wolke, D. Association of sport participation in preterm and full term born children and body and fat mass indices from age 3 to 14 years. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 2019; doi: 10.1016/j.jsams.2019.11.006.
Spiegler, J, Mendonca, M and Wolke, D. Prospective Study of Physical Activity of Preterm Born Children from Age 5 to 14 Years. J Pediatr. 2019;208:66-73 e7 doi: 10.1016/j.jpeds.2018.12.013.
Sell, K, Rapp, M, Muehlan, H, Spiegler, J and Thyen, U. Frequency of participation and association with functioning in adolescents born extremely preterm -Findings from a population-based cohort in northern Germany. Early Hum Dev. 2018;120:67-73 doi: 10.1016/j.earlhumdev.2018.04.003.
Spiegler, J., Bartmann, P., & Wolke, D. (2020). Long-Term Prognosis of Preterm-Born Adults (Vol. 22).
* Shared first Authorship
Dr. Spiegler leads WP3 (“Associations of NO/sildenafil treatment after preterm birth with long term mental and non-mental outcome”) of the EU project miniNO. She coordinates the Cooperation of the GNN with the EU project RECAP-Preterm. She is Neuropaediatrician in the European Network for Rare Neurological Disease (ERN-RND) within the center of rare diseases (ZSE Lübeck). Dr. Spiegler is Honorary Research Fellow at the Universityof Warwick, Department of Psychology.