Physician, cooperative collegial leadership of the Integrative Curriculum for Anthroposophic Medicine (ICURAM) and Integrative Curriculum for Anthroposophic Psychology (IBAP).
Research associate at the Gerhard-Kienle-Department for Medical Theory, Integrative and Anthroposophic Medicine and staff of the office of the dean of medicine, area of clinical coordination.
Member of the Institute for Integrative Medicine of the UWH. Chair of the board of “Integrative Medicine and Pluralism of Perspectives” of the German Association for Medical Education (GMA).
Member of the core-team of the interprofessional and international, multi-annual continuing-education series “Teach the Teacher in Anthroposophic Medicine”.
His work focuses on anthropology, learning to learn, spiritual development and the design of clinical training, especially with a student- and patient-centered approach. His research focus lies in the areas of learning to learn and clinical training.