Питер Хенингсен

Professor Peter Henningsen is a member of supervisory board at German Hospital. His research areas are chronic somatic complaints with inadequate organic explanation. This research deals with somatoform or functional complaints such as pain, functional disturbance and exhaustion. He plays a coordinating role in diagnostic and therapeutic studies and in functional imaging and other psychophysiological studies examining the neurophysiological correlates of the experience of the complaint. Professor Henningsen studied medicine in Stuttgart-Hohenheim, Freiburg, Berlin and Cambridge (UK). He completed his training as a neurologist in Berlin and Heidelberg before changing to the field of psychosomatic medicine. He acquired his postdoctoral teaching qualification (habilitation) in 2002 in Heidelberg and in 2005 was given a faculty appointment in the Department of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy. Professor Henningsen was appointed vice dean in 2006 and has held the office of the dean of the TUM School of Medicine since 2010. He is spokesman of German full professors of Psychosomatic Medicine and a member of the board of the Viktor-von-Weizsäcker Society.

Член немецкого профессора психосоматической медицины и
член общества Виктора фон Вейцзеккера. Профессор Питер Хеннингсен является
членом наблюдательного совета немецкого госпиталя. Он получил образование в
Штутгарте, Фрайбурге, Берлине и в Великобритании - в Кембриджском университете.
В 2006 году он был заместителем декана по медицине в Техническом Университете
Мюнхена, а с 2010 года он был деканом.

Немецкий Госпиталь