Philipp Patzelt is a sixth-semester Health Science student at TUM where he is building a broad understanding of the biopsychosocial model of health, supplemented by aspects of management in health care, epidemiology, nutrition, and intervention mapping.
At the Center for Global Health, he conducts literature research, prepares presentations, onboards new student interns, and performs further marketing and administrative tasks.
In his spare time, Philipp is involved with TUM: Junge Akademie. Under the Academy’s umbrella, he and his team are building LETO - a peer-to-peer learning platform which simplifies the search for a suitable learning partner. Within Taskforce CAP, he co-organizes the TUM Science Hackathon. As Head of the Board of Members he represents all scholarship holders and leads student discussions about the future development of TUM: Junge Akademie.
Philipp lives his enthusiasm for nutrition by attending lecture series and webinars such as Iss Das! by the Physicians Association for Nutrition (PAN).