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Hans-Peter Hartung

Hans-Peter Hartung, German neurologist, educator. Board certified neurologist. Recipient Hörlein prize University Düsseldorf, 1989, Langheinrich prize Free University Berlin, 1992, research grant German Muscular Dystrophy Association, 1992. Fellow European Neurological Society (executive committee since 1994); member American Nurses Association (corporation), AAN, The American Association of Immunologists.

Background

  • Hartung, Hans-Peter was born on September 3, 1954 in Brunnen, Germany. Son of Karl and Aenne Hartung.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Medicine, University Düsseldorf, Germany, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy, University Mainz, Germany, 1981.

    Career

    • Assistant professor neurology University Düsseldorf, 1987-1989. Professor neurology Universität Würzburg, Germany, since 1990, vice chair, department neurology Germany, since 1991, head clinical research group for multiple sclerosis Germany, since 1990.

    Major achievements

    • Board certified neurologist.

    Works

    • Editor, author: Peripheral Neuropathies I/II, 1995, 96, Inflammatory Mediators in Demyelinating Disorders of the Central Nervous System and PNS, 1996, 97. Editor: Neuroimmunology, 1996, 97. Contributor over 200 articles to medical journals.

    Religion

    Denomination: Protestant

    Membership

    Fellow European Neurological Society (executive committee since 1994). Member American Nurses Association (corporation), AAN, The American Association of Immunologists.

    Connections

    • Married Alica Petrovic, June 8, 1982. 1 child, Saschia.
    • father: Karl Hartung
    • mother: Aenne Hartung
    • spouse: Alica Petrovic
    • child: Saschia Hartung
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    Born September 3, 1954
    (age 62)
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    • 1981
      University Düsseldorf
    • 1981
      University Mainz
    • 1987 - 1989
      Assistant, professor neurology University D+-sseldorf
    • 1990
      professor, neurology University W+-rzburg
      Germany
    • 1991
      professor, neurology University W+-rzburg