Dr. Hofmann is a Doctor of Medical Science and holds a Master’s Degree in Economics. His main activities are related to PBM research and the implementation of PBM programs in the public health sector and large hospital systems. With his background in health economics and outcomes research, he has specialized in the field of Patient Blood Management.
He currently has academic affiliations in Europe and Australia:
Dr. Hofmann is well published in international peer-reviewed journals and is an invited speaker on Patient Blood Management at numerous universities, medical schools, government agencies and international symposia.
AM, MB BS, FRACS, PhD
Medical School, the University of Western Australia Perth, Australia.
Positions Prof. Hamdorf holds:
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Dean of the Multidisciplinary Oncology Institute, Genolier, Switzerland.
Dr. Matti Aapro received his medical degree from the Faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva, Switzerland. He was a fellow at the Arizona Cancer Center in Tucson and was the founding chair of the Medical and Radiation Therapy Department at the European Institute of Oncology in Milan.
Other professional activities he has been involved with include:
He has authored more than 250 publications and his major interests are new drug development, breast cancer, cancer in the elderly, and supportive care.
Dr. Aapro has received the 2010 Acta Oncologica Award and the 2012 ASCO B.J. Kennedy prize.
|Member of the Faculty of Law and the Director of the Center for Health Law and Management at the University of Bern (CH).
Professor Christoph Andreas Zenger studied at the University of Bern (PhD), the University of Aix-Marseille (F), and at the Harvard Law School (Cambridge, USA; LL.M.). He completed his professional education as an Attorney at Law and Notary Public.
Other actual and former functions:
Professor of Surgery, MD (Dr. med.) Head of Department of Surgery/Visceral and Vascular Surgery Klinikum-Niederrhein, Dinslaken and Duisburg,Germany.
Prof. Erhard obtained his medical degree at the University of Cologne, Hamburg and Essen,Germany in 1979. He was an intern at the Department of Surgery and Transplantation Medical Highschool, Hanover, Germany, the Department of Hepato-Biliary-Surgery and Transplantation, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, UK and the Department of Surgery and Transplantation, University Clinic, Madison, WI, USA.
He obtained a Doctor of Medicine in pediatric surgery in 1983.He served as Assistant in the University Clinic of Surgery, Consultant in Surgical ICU, Pediatric Surgery until 1986 and was next appointed as Senior Registrar and Deputy Director of the Clinic of General Surgery and Transplantation in Essen, Germany. In 1998 he was appointed as a Professor at theUniversity of Essen and received the Koehler Award of the German Society for Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. The same year he accepted a position as the Head of Department for General and Vascular Surgery, County Hospital Gladbeck, Germany before taking up his current position at Dinslaken in 2000.
Since 2001, Prof. Erhard has been a Guest lecturer at the Universidad Miguel Hernandez, Elche (Alicante), Spain and by appointment of the German Secretary of Health, a Member of the taskforce “Blood” since 2004.
Other professional activities he has been involved with since 2000 include:
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Prof. Erhard is a prolific author with over 80 original articles published, 30 reviews, 70 book chapters and monographs and 120 published abstracts.