Curriculum vitae for 
Prof. Dr. Karl H. Bohuslavizki

Personal Data
Languages spoken
University studies
Accomplishments and Additional Qualifications
Membership in scientific associations
Career fields
Consultant to nuclear medicine journals

Personal Data

Family status: married to Dr. Babette Bohslavizki, maiden name: Bayer, 2 children

University studies     

1983-1991Studied human medicine at Christian Albrechts University (CAU), Kiel
1988-1992Research Scholarship: Karl and Veronica Carstens, and Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Foundation, at CAU’s Physiology Institute in Kiel, under the direction of Prof. Dr. M. Illert
1991State medical exam
1992Received medical license

Additional Qualifications 

1991Received M.D., magna cum laude; Dissertation: “On the kinetics of sodium ion flow in the Ranvier's node in optimized measurement conditions” ; Doctoral dissertation supervisor: Prof. Dr. E. Koppenhöfer
1996Qualification in Nuclear Medicine
1999Habilitation in Nuclear Medicine
2002Fellow of the European Board of Nuclear Medicine, FEBNM

Activities

until 1998at CAU’s Department of Nuclear Medicine in Kiel (department head: Prof. Dr. E. Henze)
  • Research Assistant
  • Senior physician and deputy head of department
until 2002at the Hamburg-Eppendorf University Clinic, Nuclear Medicine department (Department head: Prof. Dr. M.Clausen)
  • Senior physician and deputy head of department
2000temporarily appointed to C3 professorship of Experimental Nuclear Medicine at the Department of Nuclear Medicine (head of department: Prof. Dr. Chr. Reiners), University of Würzburg
2001appointment as university professor (C3, temporary) for nuclear medicine, Department of Medicine, University Hamburg
2002Joins the Spitalerhof Clinic of Nuclear Medicine

Member of the editorial boards and reviewer of scientific journals

  • Journal of Nuclear Medicine (EB)
  • Radiology and Oncology (EB)
  • Journal of Nuclear Medicine
  • Journal of Nuclear Medicine Technology
  • Drugs
  • Cancer Biotherapy & Radiopharmaceuticals
  • Radiology and Oncology
  • Nuclear Medicine

Career fields

Well over 100 scientific publications, primarily in English, the sum of the impact factors adding up to >115 (status: Dec 2001) in the field of nuclear medicine

Languages spoken

EnglishFluent 

Membership in scientific associations

  • German Society for Nuclear Medicine
  • North German Nuclear Medicine Society
  • European Association of Nuclear Medicine
  • Society of Nuclear Medicine, USA
  • Institute for Clinical PET, USA