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Prof. Dr. med. Peter Goretzki

Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Topic: Thyroid carcinoma – from rabbits to lions! What do we need for treatment and prognostic evaluation in 2019

Leading positions:

2001-05.2018           Chief Surgeon of Surgical Clinic 1 for General, Thoracic and Vascular Surgery - “Städtischen Kliniken Neuss – Lukaskrankenhaus“,  Heinrich-Heine-University-Düsseldorf academic hospital

since 01.04.2018        Head of Endocrine Surgery at Charite  – University Medicine Berlin, Charite-Campus Mitte / Campus Virchow (Director:Univ.Prof.Dr.J.Pratschke)

Further appointments:

1993                Opponent of Per Hellman`s Dr. thesis, Univ.Uppsala

1995                Opponent of Jan Zedenius` Dr. thesis Karolinska Univ.

1997 - 2000     Member of the senate of HHU-Düsseldorf

1997                Honory guest at the 1st meeting of Turkish Endocrine Surgery

1999                Invited guest at the Annual meeting of Swedish Surg.Soc.                           

1999 - 2003    President of the „CAEK“ – endocrine surgery group of the German Association of General and Visceral Surgery (DGAVC)

2000-2001       Humboldt  – host for Prof.Dr.P.Hellmann, Uppsala

2008-2014       Leader of the IAES Postgraduate course – in endocrine surgery

2012-2015       Cooperative international scientist in EU-Project: Endocrine surgery and surgery for neuroendocrine tumors, RSU, Latvia

2015-2018       Teaching professor for RSU students at Lukaskrankenhaus Neuss


Membership on boards:

since 2001       Board member of  IAES / SIC

since 1998       Faculty member of the IAES Postgraduate course – endocrine surgery

since 2003       DRG group member of DGAVC for Endocrine surgery

since 2009       Faculty member of the German Surgical Update, in charge of „Endocrine Surgery“  

Prizes /Honours:        

            1986    R.& E.Heynen best PhD/Habilitation of the HHU 1986               

            1998   Dr.Günther Wille scientific prize „3 thyroid cell lines“    

            2013   Glorinet-Prize (Network neuroendocrine tumours - Germany)


Original articles                                  N = 402

Overview articles                                N =   37

Book articles                                       N =   51

Lectures                                              N = > 500