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Dr. Hans Juergen Dornbusch (MD)

Following Medical School at Karl-Franzens-University in Graz, Dr. Dornbusch spent a year (1988-1989) in Infectious Disease research at the University of California in San Diego, USA. During military service, he received emergency medicine training followed by 5 months of work as an emergency care physician. After internship in several hospitals, he entered pediatric specialized training (1993-1998) at the Department of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, Medical University of Graz with further specialization in Infectious Diseases (including study visits und seminars in Germany, Sweden, England, France and USA). From 1998 to 2006, he was part of the Pediatric Hematology / Oncology team, and worked as infectious disease consultant for the whole pediatric center. He received additional training in parasitology and tropical medicine, as clinical investigator und the ECFMG certificate qualifying for medical training and work in the USA. Dr. Dornbusch has published a book on ‘Antibiotic Treatment in Childhood’, book chapters, and numerous publications. Aside of talks and lectures for colleagues and pharmacists, he has been teaching students on ‘Pediatric Infectious Diseases and Vaccination’ at the Medical University of Graz since 2004. For family reasons, he changed from the hospital to his current pediatric office in October 2006; 3 years later he became Associate Professor for Pediatrics. Except for daily patient work, Dr. Dornbusch holds several roles in the Austrian Society for Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, the Austrian Medical Association and in international pediatric societies aiming at improvement of pediatric care.

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