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lecturer , research scientist , Urologist

Andreas Böhle, German urologist, lecturer, research scientist. Recipient C.E. Alken prize, 1997, Professor Doctor Heinz Spitzbart prize European Gynecology-Urology Association for Infections, München, 1999, Erwin Fertig prize Justus-Liebig University, Gießen, 1999, Maximilian-Nitze prize German Society Urology, 2000.

Background

Böhle, Andreas was born on June 8, 1955 in Frankfurt/Main, Hessen, Germany. Son of Eberhard and Lore (Niemann) Böhle.

Education

Doctor of Medicine magna cum laude, University Hamburg, Germany, 1984. Specialist in urology, University Lübeck, Germany, 1989. Venia legendi, University Lübeck, 1994.

Career

Physician University Berlin, 1983-1985, University Bochum, Germany, 1985-1986, University Lübeck, since 1986, senior physician, university lecturer, 1991-2000, deputy director, full professor urology, since 2000.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: (with D. Jocham) Optimal Therapy for Patients with High-Risk Superficial Bladder Cancer Controversy and Consensus, 1997. Author: (with D. Jocham) Die Intravesikale Immuntherapie mit Bacillus Calmette Guérin, 1998.

Membership

Active German Military, 1975-1976. Member European Association Urology, German Association for Urology, American Urologic Association, American Association Cancer Research.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Sailing.

Connections

Married Anne Hohn, August 9, 1990. Children: Jan Lukas, Max Christian.

father:
Eberhard Böhle

mother:
Lore (Niemann) Böhle

spouse:
Anne Hohn

children:
Max Christian Böhle

Jan Lukas Böhle