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Prof. Dr. med. Christoph Mulert
Excellent
AiroScore
9.80

Prof. Dr. med. Christoph Mulert

psychiatry and psychotherapy
psychiatry and psychotherapy
User ScoreExperienceRatingPrice RangePublicationsOnline Consultations
98%26 years9.8/10$$$287No

Overview

Country, City
Germany, Giessen
Health facility
University Hospital Giessen
Medical unit
Department of psychiatry and psychotherapy

About the doctor

Prof. Dr. med. Christoph Mulert is a highly experienced psychiatrist and psychotherapist with 25 years of experience. He obtained his medical license after studying human medicine at the Free University in Berlin and went on to specialize in psychiatry and psychotherapy. Throughout his career, he has held various positions at prestigious institutions such as the University Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy in Munich, Harvard Medical School of Boston, and the University Hospital Giessen, where he currently serves as the Director of the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy. Dr. Mulert has published 287 scientific publications focusing on neural mechanisms of placebo anxiolysis, machine learning prediction for bipolar disorders, and the impact of serotonergic dysfunction on schizophrenia. His expertise and dedication to research make him an exceptional doctor in his field. With his extensive experience and contributions to the area, Prof. Dr. med. Christoph Mulert is a trusted and respected psychiatrist and psychotherapist who brings unique insights and innovative approaches to patient care.

Skills & Expertise

schizophrenia
eeg
psychiatry
psychotherapy
cingulate cortex
depression
brain
ketamine
memory
obsessivecompulsive disorder
psychosis
neuroimaging
bipolar disorder
hallucinations
verbal hallucinations
neurotransmission
personality disorder
borderline personality disorder
serotonin
abnormalities
panic
citalopram
working memory
amygdala nuclei
striatal dopamine
cortex activation
panic attacks
antidepressants
prefrontal cortex
major depressive disorder
adhd
glutamate
reboxetine
amitriptyline
emotionfocused psychotherapy
memory function
schizophrenialike symptoms
euthymic bipolar disorder
venlafaxine
mirtazapine
serotonergic dysfunction
emotion regulation
stimulation prefrontal cortex
transcranial magnetic stimulation
nmda
antipsychotics
benzodiazepines
cognition
olanzapine
haloperidol

Resume

CV (Curriculum Vitae)

Education
  • 1998 Studied human medicine at the Free University in Berlin
  • Obtaining a license for medical practice
  • 1998 Resident at the Department of psychiatry and psychotherapy in Berlin
  • 1998 Elective student at the National Hospital of Neurology London
  • 1999-2000 Research Fellow, Department of neurology at the Charite University Hospital in Berlin
  • 2007 Habilitated at the University of Munich
  • Obtaining specialization in psychiatry and psychotherapy
Experience
  • 2000-2009 Researcher, University Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy in Munich
  • 2008 Visiting Professor at Harvard Medical School of Boston
  • 2009 Assistant and Senior Physician at the University Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy in Munich
  • 2009-2018 University Professor of psychiatry with a focus on imaging at the University Clinic Hamburg
  • Senior Physician in the Department of psychiatry and psychotherapy at the University Hospital Eppendorf
  • 2018 Director, Department of psychiatry and psychotherapy at the University Hospital Giessen
Awards & Memberships
  • 2006 Sponsorship Award of German Society for Biological Psychiatry
  • 2007 Travel award from Organization “Human Brain Mapping”
  • Member of the German Society for Biological Psychiatry
  • Award International Society Neuroimaging Psychiatry
  • Research grant from the German Society of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy, and Neurology

Languages

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English
German flag
German

Publications

Daring to Feel: Emotion-Focused Psychotherapy Increases Amygdala Activation and Connectivity in Euthymic Bipolar Disorder-A Randomized Controlled Trial.

July, 2023

Comparison of transcranial brain stimulation approaches: prefrontal theta alternating current stimulation enhances working memory performance.

30 June, 2023

The decoupling of structural and functional connectivity of auditory networks in individuals at clinical high-risk for psychosis.

June, 2023

Location

Rudolf-Buchheim-Straße, 8, 35392 Giessen, Germany

FAQ

Where does the doctor practice?

What is the specialization of Prof. Dr. med. Christoph Mulert?

The primary specialization of the doctor is psychiatry and psychotherapy.

What is the experience of the specialist?

Prof. Dr. med. Christoph Mulert has been practicing for more than 26 years.

What is the rating of the doctor?

What topics does Prof. Dr. med. Christoph Mulert expert at?

The doctor has excellent knowledge in schizophrenia, eeg, psychiatry, psychotherapy, cingulate cortex.

Is the specialist involved in the research?

Does the specialist offer online consultations?

No, Prof. Dr. med. Christoph Mulert doesn’t perform virtual appointments.

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