Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Philosophy, U. Munich, 1970;
Habilitation in Internal Medicine, U. Mainz, Germany, 1979.
Intern, U. Kiel (Germany) Clinics, 1969-1970;
intern, Maricopa County Hospital, Phoenix, 1970-1971;
resident in internal medicine, University Clinic Medicine I, Mainz, 1971-1979;
chief resident, University Clinic Medicine I, Mainz, 1979-1982;
associate in experimental pharmacology, U. Mainz, 1971-1975;
lecturer clinical medicine, pathophysiology and clinical pharmacology, U. Mainz, 1971-1989;
life professor internal medicine and gastroenterology, Free U. Berlin Klinikum Steglitz, 1981;
head department clinical pathophysiology Pharmaceutical Research Center,, Bayer AG, Wuppertal, Germany, 1982-1985;
deputy head department medicine and development, Bayer AG, Wuppertal, Germany, since 1985;
head medical affairs international, professor, lecturer clinical medicine and pathophysiology, U. Düsseldorf, Germany, since 1989. Medical examiner for clinical pharmacology. Member board business group for self-medication Bayer AG, Leverkusen, Germany, 1984-1987, deputy member board business group, 1991-1993.
Board spokesman Paul-Martini-Foundation, Bonn, Germany, 1992-1995. Vice chairman Center Medicine Research, Carshalton, England, 1993-1995, chairman, since 1996. Reviewer German and internal journals, public houses, science foundations and award committees.
(Book by Weihrauch, Thomas R.)
With German Army, 1962-1963. Fellow Royal Society Medicine (London), Royal College Physician Faculty Pharmaceutical Medicine United Kingdom (with distinction). Member German Society Internal Medicine (spokesman for corporation members since 1994), numerous other German and international societies.
Married Birgit Ursula Kaethe Eggers, March 7, 1969. Children: Martin Robert, Julia Christine.