Prof. Dr. med. Simone Marnitz-SchulzeCurriculum vitae keyboard_arrow_down
Prof. Simone Marnitz-Schulze studied medicine in Charite, Berlin. She also received her doctorate in Charite, in the Department of Nuclear Medicine. The doctor began clinical training in the Department of Radiotherapy, Charite, Berlin (Prof. Budach). She completed the final stage of her internship in the Department of Radiation Therapy at the University Hospital Essen (Prof. Stuschke). Then Prof. Marnitz-Schulze decided on her specialization (treatment of gynecological oncological diseases). In 2007, she defended her doctoral dissertation and obtained venia legendi. In 2006, Dr. returned back to Charite and became the Leading Doctor and Deputy Head of the Department of Radiation Oncology and Radiation Therapy. In 2011, she was awarded the title of W2 Professor in radiation therapy (Charite).
Then the doctor headed the Department of Radiation Therapy and Radiation Oncology and was awarded W3 Professorship. Her focuses include interdisciplinary treatment of gynecological tumors, as well as the evaluation and implementation of modern high-precision methods of radiation oncology with the aim of improving the results of treatment of oncological diseases and minimizing acute and late toxicity. Prof. Simone Marnitz-Schulze is a member of the interdisciplinary German Leading Group on the treatment of cervical cancer, as well as vulvar and vaginal cancer.
Since 01.10.2015 the professor has been the Chief Physician of the CyberKnife Center at the University Hospital Cologne.