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Prof. Dr. med. Matthias EndresCurriculum vitae keyboard_arrow_down
- Since 2005 W2 Professorship for Neurology at the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin
- Since 2004 Attending Physician at the Department of Neurology, Charité (Stroke Unit and Intensive Care Unit)
- 2003 - 2005 Heisenberg Fellow, DFG
- 1998 - 2003 Neurological Resident, Department of Neurology, Charité (Advisor: Prof. Einhäupl)
- 1998 - 2004 Group Leader, ‘Cerebral Ischemia’ at the Department of Experimental Neurology Charité (Prof. Dirnagl)
- 1996 - 1998 Fellow at Neuroscience Center, Massasuchetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston (Advisor: Prof. Moskowitz)
- 1994 - 1996 Neurological Resident, Medical University of Lübeck (Advisor: Prof. Kömpf)
- 1988 - 1994 Studies in medicine at medical schools in Bochum, New York, Toronto, Hamburg
- Preventive vascular mechanisms (endothelial function, physical activity, harmacology)
- Mechanisms of cell death (cell cycle activation, DNA damage and repair, apoptosis)
- Regeneration and functional outcome (cellular plasticity, neurogenesis)
Clinical studies (stroke unit, telemedicine)
Prof. Dr. med. Gereon FinkCurriculum vitae keyboard_arrow_down
- 1982 - 1989 Study of medicine in Cologne (one semester in Manchester).
- 1989 - 1992 and 1993 - 1995 Assistant Physician, Max Planck Institute for Neurological Research and Department of Neurology, University Hospital Cologne (Prof. Heiss).
- 1992 - 1993 Clinical Research Fellow, Dept. of Neurology & MRC Cyclotron Unit, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK (Prof. Frackowiak).
- 1995 - 1997 Clinical Research Fellow, Institute of Neurology & National Hospital for Neurology, Queen Square, London (Prof. Dolan).
- 1997 - 2000 Assistant Physician, University Hospital Düsseldorf (Prof. Freund).
- 1998 - 2005 Working group on cognitive neurology, Institute of Medicine, Juelich Research Center.
- 2001 - 2004 Chief Physician of the Department of Neurology, University Hospital Aachen (Prof. Noth).
- October 2003, Professor C3, cognitive neurology, RWTH Aachen.
- 2004 - 2006 Professor C4, neurology and cognitive neurology, RWTH Aachen, and Deputy Head of the Department of Neurology at the University Hospital Aachen.
- 2005 and currently Head of the Department of Cognitive Neurology Research, Institute of Neurology and Medicine (INM3), Juelich Research Center.
- 2006 and currently Professor W3, neurology, University Hospital Cologne, Head of the Department and Polyclinic of Neurology, University Hospital Cologne.
Main academic positions
- 2002 - 2006 Representative of the KFO-112 Clinical Research Group, financing of DFG, "Attention disorders and their therapeutic treatment".
- 2002 - 2008 Neurological Research Coordinator at the Brain Imaging Center West, Center for Competence of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research of Germany (BMBF) for functional imaging diagnostics in clinically oriented areas of neurology.
- 2003 and currently Member of the Scientific and Technical Council at the Juelich Research Center.
- 2008 - 2011 Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the University of Cologne.
- 2010 and currently representative of the KFO-219 Clinical Research Group, financing of DFG, "Basal ganglia – cerebral cortex: mechanisms of pathological interaction and therapeutic modulation".
- 2011 - 2012 President of the German Society for Clinical Neurophysiology.
- 2011 - 2013 First Vice-Rector of University of Cologne and Vice-Rector for young researchers.
- 2014 and currently Board Member of the German Society of Neurology (DGN, 3rd Chairman).
- 2015 and currently Deputy Dean for Structuring and Planning, Medical Faculty of the University of Cologne.
Main awards and scholarships
- 1983 - 1989 Germany's National Scholarship.
- 1992 - 1993 Otto Kahn Scholarship of the Max Plank Research Society, Germany.
- 1995 - 1997 European Traveller Fellowship of Wellcome Trust, UK.
- 2003 NRW Research Prize, North Rhine-Westphalia Research Center.
- 2004 Pette Award of the German Society of Neurology.
- 2008 Hospital – Innovations – Prize 2008.
- 2009 Donnersmarck-Foundation Research Scholarship.
- 2011 DGKN Award for Advanced Training.
- 2015 Max Delbruck Prize, University of Cologne.
Prof. Dr. med. Hans-Peter HartungCurriculum vitae keyboard_arrow_down
Prof. Hartung studierte Medizin an den Universitäten Düsseldorf, Glasgow, Oxford und London. Approbation 1980.
1980-1982 wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter im Institut für Medizinische Mikrobiologie der Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, wo er 1981 promovierte.
Neurologische Facharztausbildung an der Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf. 1987 Habilitation. Von 1990-1997 war er als C3-Professor, stellvertretender Direktor der Neurologischen Klinik und Leiter der Klinischen Forschungsgruppe für Multiple Sklerose an der Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg tätig.
1997 folgte er einem Ruf auf den Lehrstuhl für Neurologie an die Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz. Seit 2001 ist er Lehrstuhlinhaber und Direktor der Neurologischen Klinik an der Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf.
Prof. Dr. med. Dirk SanderCurriculum vitae keyboard_arrow_down
- 1962 Born in Hildesheim
- 1981 Completed secondary education
- 1984 - 1990 Studied medicine at the University of Göttingen
- 1990 - 1998 Internship at the Rechts der Isar Clinic of the Technical University of Munich
- 1998 - 2006 Senior Physician and Chief Physician in the Neurology Department of the Technical University of Munich
- 1999 Dissertation on the subject "Neurology"
- Since 2003, has the title of "Visiting Professor" of the Medical Faculty of the Technical University of Munich
- 2006 - 2010 Chief Medical Officer and Medical Director of the Department of Neurology, Clinic MedicalPark, Loiple, Bischofswiesen
- Since 1 December 2010, the Chief Physician of the Department of Neurology at the Benedictus Krankenhaus Clinic
Prof. Dr. med. Christian GerloffCurriculum vitae keyboard_arrow_down
EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND
- 1984 - 1991 Medical school (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg; Universität Wien, Österreich); externships in Great Britain and the U.S.A.
- 1992 - 1995 and 1996 - 1998 Residency at the Dept. of Neurology, University Hospital Tübingen (medical director: Prof. Dr. Dichgans)
- 2000 Board certification for neurology
- 2000 Habilitation (Ph.D. thesis) for neurology and clinical neurophysiology
- 2000 - 2006 Senior attending at the Dept. of Neurology, University Hospital Tübingen, Head of EEG laboratory (DGKN-certified instructor) and sleep laboratory
- 2004 - 2006 Head of Stroke Unit, DRG consultant, head of neurosonological laboratory
- 2005 - 2006 Deputy director and professor (APL) at the Dept. of Neurology, University Hospital Tübingen (medical director: Prof. Dr. M. Weller)
- Since April 2006 Director of the Dept. of Neurology and full professor of Neurology, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf; director of the Head and Neurocenter
German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung des Dt. Volkes), German association for clinical neurophysiology and functional imaging (DGKN), German association for neurology (DGN), German association for sleep medicine (DGSM), German academy association (DHV), German stroke association (DSG), German association for neurological intensive care medicine (DGNI), Professional association of german neurologists (BDN), EQS (external quality management of stroke care)
- 1987 - 1991 M.D. thesis on stereotactic transplantation and plasticity of fetal brain tissue in rats, Department of Neuropathology of the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg (Prof. Dr. Volk)
- 1992 - 2006 Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen and NIH, U.S.A.; research focus „Physiology, pathophysiology und plasticity of neocortical functions in the human brain“; model system „sensorimotor“; methodology „Multimodal integration of EEG, magnetic stimulation and functional imaging (PET/fMRI)“
- 1995 - 1996 Postdoctoral fellowship of the DFG at the National Institutes of Health, NINDS, MNB, HMCS, Bethesda, U.S.A. (Mark Hallett, M.D.)
- Sept. 1996 Visiting Scientist in Kyoto, Japan, Department of Brain Pathophysiology (Prof. Dr. Shibasaki; MEG project)
- 1996 - 1997 Employment at the NIH as Visiting Associate und head of the EEG research laboratory of the Human Motor Control Section (Mark Hallett, M.D.)
- April 1998 Visiting Scientist in Bethesda, U.S.A., National Institutes of Health, NINDS, MNB, HMCS (Mark Hallett, M.D.; stroke project)
- 1998 - 2006 Head of the cortical physiology research group (CPRG) at the department of neurology and Hertie institute for clinical brain research (medical directors Prof. Dr. Dichgans, since 2006 Prof. Dr. Weller)
- June 2003 Visiting Scientist in Bethesda, U.S.A., National Institutes of Health, NINDS, MNB, HCPS (Leonardo G. Cohen, M.D.; Project on coherence and cortical excitability/plasticity)
- Since April 2006 Brain imaging and neurostimulation (BINS) laboratory in Hamburg; methodological focus: Neurostimulation, multimodal brain imaging; scientific focus: stroke, neuroplasticity, motor control
AWARDS IN NEUROSCIENCE AND TEACHINGS
Several awards, for example, M.D. thesis summa cum laude, Goedecke research award, Teaching award in the students’ program of the Howard-Hughes Medical Association at the National Institutes of Health, U.S.A., Career award of the CNS and Hannelore-Kohl foundation, Scientific Paper Award of the European Neurological Society (ENS), Teacher of the year award (Hamburg university)