International Exchange (short summary in alphabetic order)


  • China: Intensive cooperation have been established with several Chinese Universities, such as Tongji University Shanghai, Second Military Medical University Shanghai, Third Military Medical University Chongqin, High School of Medicine, Zhejiang University, Dept. of Pathology, Hangzhou, People's Hospital, University of Beijing.
  • In Puddong (Shanghai) the establishment of an Institute of Anatomic and Molecular Pathology at the Dong Fang Hospital has been supported.
  • Cuba: There is a longstanding cooperation between several colleagues of the Habana University and the Charité which is particularly focussed on experimental and surgical pathology. Infectious diseases, heard diseases and different problems of oncology have been the issues of the scientific exchange. As a result of this a number of scientific publications and exchange programmes have been established.
  • Italy: Continuous joint ventures with the Universities of Milano, Trieste and Bologna with several educational programmes for students and young scientists (Profes. Eusebio, Viale, Coggi, Stanta et al.). Honorary member of the Adriatic Soc. of Pathology.
  • Poland: Initiation of a contract of scientific and medical cooperation as well as student´s exchange between the Medical University of Wroclaw and the Medical Faculty of Humboldt-University, Berlin, as basis of many activities in the framework of Erasmus and Socrates Programmes (EU).
  • Longstanding cooperation with Polish scientists, e.g. with Prof. M. Zabel (Wroclaw) since 1982 as a Humboldt Scholarship holder with many joint publications, Prof. Szymas (Poznan) in telepatholgy since 1999, Dr. Surowiak (Wroclaw) as scientific co-worker in experimental pathology since 2002. Intensive exchange activities for polish physicians and students for surgical education, last example A. Szajerka (Wroclaw) in 2004.
  • United States: Many scientific exchange programmes with longstanding cooperations e.g. between Johns Hopkins of Baltimore (Profes. Kurman; Epstein, Sanfilippo et al.) Universities of California and Los Angeles (Prof. K. Scanlon) and Univ. of Chicago (Prof. Beck et al.). There are several ongoing scientific projects, e.g. on the prediction of cytostatic drug resistance, on the prognosis of ovarian cancer etc..