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physician , researcher

Parvis Farahmand, German physician, researcher. Achievements include research in metabolic bone diseases. Recipient Best Poster prize, 2010.

Background

Farahmand, Parvis was born on January 16, 1972 in Berlin, Germany. Son of Akbar and Ina (Caspereit) Farahmand.

Education

A-Levels, Kopernikus-Gymnasium, Niederkassel, Germany, 1991.

Career

Intern medical Department Hematology and Oncology University Cologne, Leverkusen, Germany, 2001, intern medical Department Cardiology and Emergency Medicine, 2001—2002, resident internal medicine, rheumatology & osteology, 2002—2005, deputy consultant physician internal medicine, rheumatology and osteology, since 2005. Project manager hospital information system Bandung Institute of Technology Informationstechnologie & Beratung, Cologne, 1995—2000. Medical advisor private health insurance companies DKV Deutsche Krankenversicherung, Cologne, 2000—2002.

Lecturer School Nursing, Leverkusen, since 2003, German Society Nutrition, Bonn, Germany, since 2006. Lecturer School Paramedics and Firemen City of Leverkusen Fire Department, since 2004.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in metabolic bone diseases.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Emergency medical relief for tsunami victims with Deutsche Minenraumer, Pottuvil, Sri Lanka, 2005. Emergency medical relief for earthquake victims with Deutsche Minenraumer and Order of Malta, Yogjakarta, Indonesia, 2006. Member of German Society Aviation and Travel Medicine (member board directors), German Society Osteology, German Society Endocrinology, German Society Internal Medicine, Aviation Sports Club, German Aeroclub, Order of Malta.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, hiking, glider flying.

Connections

father:
Akbar Farahmand

mother:
Ina (Caspereit) Farahmand