Prof. Dr. med. Antonius Schneider, Director / Head of Institute Institute for General Practice / Institute of General Practice Klinikum rechts der Isar of the Technical University of Munich

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Educational/Professional Experience:

• Since 2009:Medical Director of the Institute for General Medicine at the Technical University of Munich / Klinikum rechts der Isar

• 12/2008:Habilitation in general medicine at the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg with the topic: "Strategies to improve the diagnosis and therapy of patients with obstructive respiratory diseases in the family doctor's practice"

• 2007-2009:Established in an individual general practitioner practice in Leimen near Heidelberg

• 05/2004:Acquisition of the additional qualification "addiction therapy"

• 2003-2005:Further training with a half-time position in the family doctor's practice Dr. Richard Michel, Ladenburg

• 2002-2009:Research Associate in the Department of General Medicine and Health Services Research, Heidelberg University Hospital

• 2000-2002:Scientific employee and assistant doctor at the Department of General Clinical Medicine and Psychosomatic Medicine, Medical Clinic and Polyclinic, Heidelberg University Hospital


• Vice President of German Society of General Medicine and Family Medicine

• Since November 2012:Editorial Board Deutsches Ärzteblatt

• Since 2010:National Delegate at EQUIP (European Association for Quality in General Practice / Familiy Medicine)

• 2009:National representative of the International Primary Care Respiratory Group

• Since 2009:Member of the team of authors for the S3 guideline for irritable bowel syndrome

• Since 2007:Member of the team of authors for the National Health Care Guideline (NVL) for Asthma

• Since 01/03:Continuous participation in the Federal Joint Committee (GBA) for the development of the disease management program for bronchial asthma / COPD

• Since 2003:Member of the Science Center of the German Medical Association for Acupuncture


• June 2015:Golden badge of honor of the Federal Association of Pulmonologists

• October 15, 2009:Dr. Lothar Beyer Prize - German Research Prize for General Practice, 1st place

• May 25, 2006:German Acupuncture Research Award for the study "Acupuncture in Irritable Bowel Syndrome"

• March 3, 2001:1st PhD award of the German College for Psychosomatic Medicine

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