Prof. Dr. med. Matthias Glanemann
About the doctor
Skills & Expertise
- 1988-1995 Study of human medicine at the Free University of Berlin
- 1998 Doctorate at the Humboldt University in Berlin: “The interleukin-2 receptor antagonist BT563 for rejection prophylaxis after orthotopic liver transplantation”
- 2002 Obtaining specialization in general surgery
- 2005 Habilitation at the Humboldt University in Berlin: “Mechanical and pharmacological organ conditioning in the context of warm liver ischemia”
- 2007 Received additional specialization in special visceral surgery
- 1996-2012 Department of general, visceral and transplant surgery, Campus Virchow, Charite University Hospital in Berlin
- 2006-2010 Senior Physician at the Department of general, visceral and transplant surgery, Campus Virchow, Charite University Hospital in Berlin
- 2011 Extraordinary Professor at the Charite University Hospital in Berlin
- 2013 Chair of Department of general, abdominal, vascular and pediatric surgery at the University Hospital Saarland Homburg
Awards & Memberships
- Member of the German Society for General and Visceral Surgery
- Member of the German Society for Surgery
- Member of the German Transplant Society
- Listed in the FOCUS physician lists for gallbladder surgery, hepatology, liver surgery, and abdominal surgery
Evaluation of Electrochemotherapy with Bleomycin in the Treatment of Colorectal Hepatic Metastases in a Rat Model.
4 March, 2023
Ambulatory negative pressure wound therapy of subcutaneous abdominal wounds after surgery: results of the SAWHI randomized clinical trial.
12 December, 2022
Effect of immunosuppressive medication on postoperative complications following abdominal surgery in Crohn's disease patients.
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What is the specialization of Prof. Dr. med. Matthias Glanemann?
The primary specialization of the doctor is general, visceral, vascular and pediatric surgery.
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