Curriculum Vitae

Personal Details:

Dr. med. Bernhard Andreas Haug,
born in Stuttgart, West Germany,
birthday 1957-04-09

Permanent Address:

Solferinoweg 20 B / 160, D-70565 Stuttgart, Germany
Phone: ++49 711 7586765

Former Office Address:

Practice for Neurology and Psychiatry
Vaihinger Strasse 24, D-70567 Stuttgart, Germany
Phone: ++49 711 7941174, Fax ++49 711 7941286

Details of Practice in German language (opening hours, location):



Affiliations and Accreditations:

Registered Neurologist and Psychiatrist for treatment of private patients and of patients from all German sickness insurance schemes that are registered with the "Kassenaerztliche Vereinigung Baden-Wuerttemberg" (Nov. 2006 - Aug. 2020)

Guest Scientist ("shouheigakusha") at Kyoto University, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Brain Pathophysiology (1994-1996)

Instructor nominated by the German Society for Clinical Neurophysiology, in the fields of Evoked Potentials and Magnetic Stimulation (1994), Electromyography (1994) and Electroencephalography (1989)

Member of the German Society for Ultrasound Diagnostics (1994)

Board Certification in Neurology and Psychiatry ("Facharzt"), Lower Saxony State Examination Board (1992-04-08)

Certification in Allergology, Bavarian State Examination Board for Physicians (1986-07-24)

Foreign Medical Graduate Examination Certificate, Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG), USA (1984-07-25)

Doctor's Degree in Medicine (PhD) in the field of Clinical Nuclear Medicine, Albert Ludwig University, Freiburg (1983-05-04)

Medical License as a physician in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany (1983-04-26)

Medical Examination Certificate (MD) "Staatsexamen" (1983-04-20)

School leaving certificate "Abitur" (1976-05-18)

Employment Record:

Oct. 1996 - Dec. 2002: Board-certified position (C1) in Clinical Neurophysiology, Georg August University, Goettingen, Germany (Prof. Dr. W. Paulus)

Dec. 1994 - Sep. 1996: Postdoctorate Fellowship within the European Communities Science and Technology Fellowship Programme in Japan, Kyoto University, Department of Brain Pathophysiology (Prof. H. Shibasaki)

Jun. 1992 - Dec. 1994: Board-certified position (C1) in Clinical Neurophysiology, Georg August University, Goettingen, Germany (Prof. Dr. K. P. Schaefer, Prof. Dr. W. Paulus)

Jan. 1986 - May 1992: Residency (BAT IIa - Ib) in the Department of Neurology, Georg August University, Goettingen, Germany (Prof. Dr. K. Felgenhauer), including two years of training in Psychiatry
Apr. 1991 - Mar. 1992: Department of Psychiatry,
May 1987 - Apr. 1988: Lower Saxony State Mental Hospital in Goettingen

Dec. 1984 - Dec. 1985: Residency (BAT IIa) in the Department of Internal Medicine I (Cardiology, Pneumology and Allergology), Grosshadern University Hospital, Ludwig Maximilian University, Muenchen, Germany (Prof. Dr. G. Riecker)

Aug. 1983 - Oct. 1984: Compulsory Military Service as a Medical Officer in the German Army in Ulm

Apr. 1982 - Apr. 1983: Internship in Surgery, Internal Medicine and Paediatrics, Academic Hospital in Villingen-Schwenningen Villingen-Schwenningen, Albert Ludwig University Freiburg, Germany

School and University Education:

Oct. 1980 - Mar. 1982: Albert Ludwig University, Freiburg, Germany (Clinical Medicine)

Sep. 1979 - Aug. 1980: University of Glasgow, Medical Faculty, Scotland (UK), grant from German Academic Exchange Service and Stevenson scholarship

Oct. 1977 - Sep. 1979: Albert Ludwig University, Freiburg, Germany

Oct. 1976 - Sep. 1977: University of Hohenheim, Germany (basic medical sciences)

Aug. 1967 - Jul. 1976: Gottlieb Daimler Secondary and High School in Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt, Germany

Apr. 1964 - Jul. 1967: Friedrich Schiller Primary School in Stuttgart- Bad Cannstatt, Germany

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