Prof. Dr. med. Thomas Mathias Gress
About the doctor
Skills & Expertise
- 1981-1987 Studied human medicine at the Philipps-University of Marburg
- Obtaining a license for medical practice
- 1988 Defense of the dissertation at the Institute for Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of Marburg
- 1990-1991 Postdoctoral fellowship at the Genome analysis laboratory at Cancer Research UK in London
- 1996 Obtaining specialization in internal medicine
- 1997 Habilitation and a teaching license
- 1998-2001 Heisenberg Fellow of the German Research Foundation
- 1999 Received additional qualifications in the field of gastroenterology
- 2003 Received additional qualifications in the field of diabetology from the German Diabetes Society
- 2003-2004 Correspondence course in health economics at the University of Kaiserslautern
- 2003-2004 Certificate in oncological gastroenterology from the German Society for Gastroenterology, Digestive, and Metabolic Diseases
- 1988-1989 Intern of the Department of internal medicine at the University Hospital Marburg
- 1991 Internship in internal medicine and gastroenterology at the University Hospital Ulm
- 1999 Clinical Senior Physician of the Department of internal medicine at the University Hospital Ulm
- 1999 Appointed Professor of gastrointestinal oncology at the Imperial College School of Medicine in London
- 2001 C3 Professor of gastroenterology at the University of Ulm
- 2004 Deputy Managing Senior Physician at the University Hospital in Ulm
- 2006 W3 Professor and Director, Department of gastroenterology, endocrinology, metabolism disorders, and infectious disease at the University Hospital Marburg
Awards & Memberships
- 2014-2017 Member of the scientific committee from United European Gastroenterology Week
- 2018 President of the International Association of Pancreatology
- 2018 Speaker of the German Research Foundation, Clinical Research Unit 325 at the University of Marburg: “Clinical relevance of tumor microenvironment interactions in pancreatic cancer”
- Gastroenterologists of the Familial Pancreatic Cancer Registry
- Coordinated multiple translational research networks focusing on pancreatic cancer and neuroendocrine tumors funded by European Union, the German Ministery for Education and Research, and the German Cancer Aid
- Associate Editor for pancreatic diseases of the Journal “GUT”
High expression of insulinoma-associated protein 1 (INSM1) distinguishes colorectal mixed and pure neuroendocrine carcinomas from conventional adenocarcinomas with diffuse expression of synaptophysin.
22 August, 2023
IL-17A-producing CD8+ T cells promote PDAC via induction of inflammatory cancer-associated fibroblasts.
A systems biology approach to define mechanisms, phenotypes, and drivers in PanNETs with a personalized perspective.
3 June, 2023
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What is the specialization of Prof. Dr. med. Thomas Mathias Gress?
The primary specialization of the doctor is internal medicine, gastroenterology, endocrinology, and infectious disease.
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