Alexander M. HIRSCHL

 

 

 

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Department of Clinical Microbiology
Medical University Vienna
General Hospital, Währinger Gürtel 18-20/5 P
A-1090 Vienna/Austria

phone ++43-1-40400-5154

fax ++43-1-40400-5228

E-mail: alexander.hirschl@meduniwien.ac.at

  

  • born 12 06 1952 Vienna, Austria

  • wife (Michaela), two sons Lukas (born 1991) and Jakob (born 1993)

  • 1970 - 1977 studies of medicine, School of Medicine, University Vienna

  • graduation in medicine 1977, University Vienna

  • graduation in hygiene and microbiology 1987, University Vienna

  • Universitätsdozent (senior lecturer) since 1987

  • Tit. ao. Universitätsprofessor (associate prof.) since 1994

Current position:

  • deputy director of the Department of Clinical Microbiology, General Hospital Vienna

  • member of several domestic and international societies and working parties (microbiology and gastroenterology)

  • founding member of the European Helicobacter pylori Study Group in 1987; general secretary and main organizer of the XIth International Workshop of Gastroduodenal Pathology and Helicobacter pylori, Budapest 1998; treasurer of the EHSG since 2001; president of the EHSG 2003/2004 and organizer of the XVII International Workshop of the EHSG, Vienna 2004

  • fields of research: Helicobacter pylori (diagnosis, pathogenesis, epidemiology), Chlamydia pneumoniae (diagnosis, pathogenesis), bacterial resistance and molecular diagnostic methods

 

Publications:

approx. 250 (articles, reviews, book chapters and abstracts)

  

Present address:

Department of Clinical Microbiology
Medical University Vienna
General Hospital, Währinger Gürtel 18-20/5 P
A-1090 Vienna/Austria

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