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Claus Ulrich Niederau

Claus Ulrich Niederau, German physician, educator. Member Civil Defense, Wuppertal, 1973-1990. Member American Gastroenterological Association, American Pancreatic Association, Iron Overlaod Diseases Association (board directors Florida chapter since 1985), German Gastroenterological Association (Clinical Research award 1990), German Pancreatic Club (president 1991), Gastro-Surgical Club.

Background

  • Niederau, Claus Ulrich was born on September 18, 1954 in Essen, Germany. Son of Kurt and Elisabeth (Ermeling) Niederau.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Medicine, University Düsseldorf, Germany, 1979. Doctor of Philosophy, University Düsseldorf, Germany, 1979.

    Career

    • Intern then resident University Düsseldorf, 1979-1983, junior faculty, 1986-1992, professor medicine, since 1992. Fellow University California, San Francisco, 1983-1985.

    Works

    • Editor: Pancreatic Ultrasound, 1991, Pancreatic Diseases, 1992, Yearbook of Gastroenterology, 1993, Hepato-gastroenterology, 1994.

    Membership

    Member Civil Defense, Wuppertal, 1973-1990. Member American Gastroenterological Association, American Pancreatic Association, Iron Overlaod Diseases Association (board directors Florida chapter since 1985), German Gastroenterological Association (Clinical Research award 1990), German Pancreatic Club (president 1991), Gastro-Surgical Club.

    Connections

    • Married Vera Stöcker, August 22, 1991. Children: Carolin, Matthias.
    • father: Kurt Niederau
    • mother: Elisabeth (Ermeling) Niederau
    • spouse: Vera Stöcker
    • children: Carolin Niederau
    • Matthias Niederau
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    Born September 18, 1954
    (age 62)
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    • 1979
      University Düsseldorf
    • 1979
      University Düsseldorf
    • 1979 - 1983
      Intern, then resident University D+-sseldorf
    • 1983 - 1985
      fellow, University California
      San Francisco, California, United States
    • 1986 - 1992
      Intern, then resident University D+-sseldorf