Prof. Dr. med. Markus Kroeber,Chief physician Clinic for orthopedics, trauma and spine surgery, Helios Klinik Rottweil

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• 01/18 to present:Chairman of Department of Orthopaedic, Trauma and Spine Surgery Helios Klinik Rottweil 

• 12/2013 – 12/2017:Chairman of Department of Orthopaedic, Trauma and Spine Surgery Asklepios Klinik Altona, Hamburg 

• 03/10 – 11/2013:Consultant of Surgeon of Hirslanden Clinic, St. Anna, Lucerne Spine Center  

• 02/05 – 02/10:Faculty attending surgeon of Kantonsspital St. Gallen Department of Orthopaedic Surgery 

• 08/04 – 11/04:Faculty attending surgeon of Spine Center Munich Orthopaedic Hospital Munich-Harlaching 


• Winner Special poster prize ISSLS 2009

  Notochordal Nucleus Pulposus Cells: Does Mechanical Loading Affect Their Disappearence?

  T Guehring, A Nerlich, M Kroeber, W Richter, G Omlor,

• Publication award of the year 2005 der Stiftung Orthopädie Heidelberg.

  T. Guehring, G. Omlor, H. Lorenz, H. Bertram, E. Steck, W. Richter, C. Carstens, M. Kroeber.

  Stimulation of gene expression and loss of anular architecture caused by experimental disc degeneration.

  An in vivo animal study. Spine. 2005 Nov 15;30(22):2510-5.

• Spine Society of Europe Award. Winning title of the 2003 Best Basic Science Poster.

  M. Kroeber, F. Unglaub, W. Campana, C. Carstens. Disc distraction reduces apoptotic cell numbers in degenerated discs in the lumbar spine: An in vivo study on New Zealand white rabbits.


• Since 09/08:American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS)

• Since 07/08:German Society for Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery (DGOU)

• Since 03/07:German Trauma Surgery Society (DGU)

• Since 11/06:German Spine Society (DWG)

• Since 03/06:AO-Spine International (AO)

• Since 05/05:International Society of Study of the Lumbar Spine (ISSLS)

• Sinve 03/05:Schweizer Gesellschaft für Spinal Surgery (SGS)

Invited Reviewer:

• Since 2007:Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery (AOTS)

• Since 2008:Euro Spine Journal

• 2010-present:Leading Opinions Zeitschr. für Orthopäden, Rheumatologen und  Unfallchirurgen

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