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University Medical Center Freiburg


Freiburg, Germany

Prof. Tobias Keck

Prof. Tobias Keck

Assistant Medical Director Deputy Clinic, Dept. of General and Visceral Surgery
at University Medical Center Freiburg
Speciality General and Visceral Surgery
Languages English, German
Graduated 1997 (19 years since graduation)
About Clinical Focus:
- Oncological Surgery
- Visceral Surgical Partners CCCF
- Participation in the interdisciplinary design of clinical pathways in the CCCF
- Main responsible for the certification, "Pancreas Center" after DGAV and Oncozert
Education - PhD at the Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen, 1997
- Habilitation and Venia legendi at the Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, 2005
Professional Experience Work History:
1990-1997 studied medicine in Erlangen, Stanford, UCSD and San Diego
1997 American State Examination USMLE Step I and II
1997 Surgical Resident at University Hospital in Heidelberg
1998-1999 Assistant Physician Surgical University Hospital Heidelberg
1997-1999 professional emergency medical services
1999-2002 Surgical Research Fellow at Harvard Medical School , MGH, Boston
2002-2004 Assistant Physician Surgical University Clinic Freiburg
2004 Surgeon
Since 2005 Senior Physician Surgical University Clinic Freiburg,
Department of General and Visceral Surgery
2006 additional designation Special Surgical Intensive Care
since 2006 senior physician responsible for pancreatic surgery
2006 Principal Investigator for clinical trials
Since 2007, Personnel Consultant
Since 2007, priority designation Visceral Surgery
line since 2007 "International Pancreatic Cancer Center"
2008 MBA Health Care Management (Technical University of Dresden)
Since 2009 Senior Consultant
2009 Fellow of the American College of Surgeons (FACS)
2010 Fellow of the European Board of Surgery (FEBS) in Surgical Oncology
since 2011 Member of the Advisory Board of the Clinical Trials Research Centre, University Hospital Freiburg
2011 Investigator Clinical trials for MDD (Medical Device Directive)
Memberships - International Association of Pancreatology since 1999
- American Pancreati Association, since 2000
- German Society for Surgery (DGC), since 2000
- Surgical Intensive Care Working Group (CAI) since 2005
- Surgical Association hepatobiliary pancreatic (CALGP), since 2004
- Section of Surgical Research, since 2006
- American Gastroenterological Association (AGA), since 2001
- Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract (SSAT), since 2001
- Pancreasclub, since 2001
- German Transplantation Society, 2001-2008
- German Pancreas Club, since 2002
- German Society of General and Visceral Surgery (DGAV), since 2007
- International Association of the Heapto-pancreatico-Biliary Association, since 2009
- American College of Surgeons, since 2009

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