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Univ. Prof. Dr. Heinz Burgmann Interim. Head of Internal Medicine I

The well-being and contentment of the patients entrusted to us, research and teaching are the primary goals of all our activities at the Clinical Department for Internal Medicine I. The Clinical Department consists of 4 Clinical Divisions - Clinical Division of Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine, Clinical Division of Oncology, Clinical Division of Hematology and Hemostaseology and Clinical Division of Palliative Medicine - and three general facilities: Intensive Care Unit 13i2, Bone marrow transplantation (BMT) and Infection Biology.

Our aim as academic institution is to pursue and develop optimal strategies for the diagnosis and therapy of patients with certain diseases. At the same time, we adress in our research the causes, principles and mechanisms of diseases.

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Research Focus

We concentrate in research on causes and mechanisms of disease entities located in the specialist areas, both in the preclinical and in the clinical research.

Studies of Human Medicine N202

Studies of Human Medicine N202

The teaching at Clinical Department of Internal Medicine I is primarily committed to train medical students to become doctors. Read more

Student office

Opening hours:
Mon 10:00–12:00 a.m.
Tue 10:00–11:00 a.m.
Thur 13:00–14:00 p.m.
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Teaching&Further Education

Teaching&Further Education

The Clinical Department of Internal Medicine I offers a wide range of advanced training and courses for students and postgraduates. More information

Facts & Figures

> 160500
> 6700
Patients on clinical wards/year
2nd Place
LOM Research ranking
Semester hours in the academic year

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