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Christian J.F. Holubarsch

Christian J.F. Holubarsch, German cardiologist. Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine, Diplomate Cardiology. Recipient Fraenkel award of Germany Society, 1988, Young Investigators award International Society Cardiovascular Pharmacology, 1987.

Background

  • Holubarsch, Christian J.F. was born on August 22, 1949 in Torgau, Germany. Son of Johannes and Margarete (Korsinek) Holubarsch.

  • Education

    • Approbation, University Tübingen, 1975. Doctor of Medicine, University Tübingen, 1975.

    Career

    • Assistant doctor in pathology University Ulm, Germany, 1975-1977. Assistant doctor in physiology University Tübingen, 1978-1983. Assistant doctor in internal medicine University Freiburg, Germany, 1983-1990.

      Professor internal medicine, 1993-2000. Venia legendi in physiology University Tübingen, 1981, venia legendi in internal medicine University Freiburg, 1989.

    Major achievements

    • Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine, Diplomate Cardiology.

    Works

    • Inotropic Stimulation and Myocardial Energetics
    • Inotropic stimulation of the myocardium, as well as vasodilation and diuresis as essential principles in the treatment of congestive heart failure have recently met with considerable criticism and reevaluation.
    • Editor: Cardiac Energetics, 1987, Inotropic Stimulation and Myocardial Energetics, 1989, Molecular and Functional Alterations of the Failing Human Myocardium, 1992. Contributor over 100 articles to professional journals.

    Personality

    Interests

    Sports.

    Connections

    • Married Monika Welhäuser, May 14, 1976. Children: Cornelia, Markus, Raphael, Janek.
    • father: Johannes Holubarsch
    • mother: Margarete (Korsinek) Holubarsch
    • spouse: Monika Welhäuser
    • children: Cornelia Holubarsch
    • Markus Holubarsch
    • Raphael Holubarsch
    • Janek Holubarsch
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    Born August 22, 1949
    (age 68)
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    • 1975
      University Tübingen
    • 1975
      University Tübingen
    • 1975 - 1977
      Assistant, doctor in pathology University Ulm
      Germany
    • 1978 - 1983
      assistant, doctor in physiology University T+-bingen
    • 1983 - 1990
      assistant, doctor in internal medicine University Freiburg
      Germany
    • 1993
      professor, internal medicine