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Physician , researcher

Andreas Joachim Bartsch, German physician, researcher. Achievements include pioneering in video triggering of magnetic resonance scanners; demonstration of BOLD-responses to continuous Epidemiology-scanning noise and of genetic variability of the BOLD-effect; discovery of serum-leptin dependence on anthropometric parameters of physique and somatotypes (invariant with respect to weight and weight-per-height indices).

Background

Bartsch, Andreas Joachim was born on January 28, 1968 in Potsdam, Babelsberg, Brandenburg. Son of Ellen Dagmar and Joachim Antonius.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, Charite School of Medicine, 1996.

Career

Academy year fellow Tufts University, Boston, 1994-1995. Child and adolescent psychiatry intern, research fellow Charity University Hospital, Berlin, 1996—1998. Resident in adult psychiatry, researcher division neuroradiology, Department Psychiatry Bavarian Julius-Maximilians University, Wuerzburg, Germany, 1998—2001, structural and functional neuroimager, 1999—2001, neuroradiology resident, division neuroradiology, since 2001.

Achievements

  • Achievements include pioneering in video triggering of magnetic resonance scanners. Demonstration of BOLD-responses to continuous Epidemiology-scanning noise and of genetic variability of the BOLD-effect. Discovery of serum-leptin dependence on anthropometric parameters of physique and somatotypes (invariant with respect to weight and weight-per-height indices).

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Investigations into the Somatotype-Specific Anthropometry of Eating Disorders in Childhood and Adolescence, 2000.

Membership

Soldier Artillery, Germany, 1986-1988. Member Verein zur Foerderung des Fachs Neuroradiologie an der Julius-Maximilians-U. Wuerzburg e.V.

Connections

Life partner Kerstin Elisabeth Schmidt, August 28, 1971. 1 child, Jacob Schmidt.

father:
Ellen Dagmar

mother:
Joachim Antonius

child:
Jacob Schmidt Bartsch