Florian Thalhammer

Medical University of Vienna, Austria 0000-0001-6523-8229

Florian Thalhammer studied for his M.D. from 1982 to 1991 at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Vienna, Austria. In June 1999, he became an Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, and from September 1991 to December 2003, he was a Member of the Board of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Vienna. Also, from November 2003 to May 2006, he had been a Member of the Senate of the Medical University of Vienna. From February 1991 to June 1991, he worked with the Laboratory of Tumorcytogenetic with Professor Marosi, University of Vienna, and from June 1991 to August 1991, with the Laboratory of Parasitology, University of Leiden. In Jannuary 1996, he attended the Workshop Pharmacodynamics of Antibacterials, Paul Ehrlich Gesellschaft (PEG), and in September 1996, the Workshop Pharmacodynamics of Anti-infectives. From April 2000 to June 2000, he had a training of tropical medicine, at Bernhard-Nocht-Institut, University of Hamburg, some other training in internal medicine, and employment as physician that included a board certification in internal medicine at April 1998, as well as a board certification infectious diseases and tropical medicine at June 2007. He had several scientific awards including November 1997, Preis der Öster. Ges. f. Chemotherapie 1997; January 2000, Preis der Öster. Ges. f. Chemotherapie 1999; October 2000, Karl-Hermann-Spitzy-Preis 2000. He also has many participations in the scientific societies including being a Secretary of the Society of Internal Medicine in Vienna, Lower Austria (January 2001 to December 2003), a Secretary of the Section of Viennaof the Society of Internal Medicine (January 2004 to December 2005), Member of the Board of the Austrian Society of Internal medicine (January 2007 to December 2008), as well as being a Memeber of the Board of the Austrian Society of Infectious Diseases since November 2005.

Biography Updated on 20 May 2009

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