Preventive Medicine

(M.Sc.) - International

Interdisciplinary and preventive

This future-oriented Master Studies started in September 2007 in cooperation with the German Society of Anti-Aging Medicine (GSAAM) – Deutsche Gesellschaft für Prävention und Anti-Aging Medizin e.V.  In 2010 we decided to offer the Master program for international students.  The study program is organized via EUROMEDICOM, Paris.

Demographic changes involving a growing number of elderly are prompting  a dramatic increase in age-related endemic diseases, such as heart failure, arteriosclerosis, arthrosis and osteoporosis, type 2 diabetes, malignant cancers, age-related dementia and more. The medicinal treatment of these diseases demands enormous medical and financial resources.

Intensified medical research contributes to earlier and faster diagnoses of these diseases by allowing for the early analysis of individual risk factors such as genetic predisposition, individual life style and living circumstances. Modern medical diagnostic methods enable a detailed analysis of the risks of diseases and the development of them. Simultaneously, newly developed therapies enable us to decelerate aging processes and accompanying signs of deterioration and to activate and strengthen self-healing powers.

In this context, it can be concluded that all medical fields of expertise face a new number of challenges. In addition to therapeutic treatment, the active prevention of physiological aging processes and diseases is needed in the medical treatment of diseases. Moreover, practically all tissue, organs and structures are affected by age-related signs of deterioration. Therefore, effective preventive and anti-aging medicine must be treated as an interdisciplinary task for all medical fields of expertise.

The Master Studies Preventive Medicine conveys current knowledge of preventive medicine, covering all medical areas and their preventive medical measures to emphasize the interdisciplinary task of prevention. Courses will be held by numerous prominent scientists and lecturers from various medical backgrounds, ensuring modern and high-level education. Specific emphasis is placed on the implementation of prevention on modern medical practice, based on the theoretical knowledge discussed.

This Master Studies is specifically aimed at licensed doctors working  in private practice or the public health setting who are striving to improve their professional competencies in preventive medicine. This compact course, taught by a highly qualified team of lecturers, meets all requirements to effective advanced training. The extra-occupational concept of this course of studies enables its participants to combine the academic advanced training with their professional occupation. Upon successful completion of the program, participants will be awarded the nationally and internationally acknowledged title of “Master of Science in Preventive Medicine”. This course of studies is the first European training towards a qualified academic degree with an international classification in clinical medicine.

Overview of the study contents

1. Research methodology and economic aspects of preventive medicine (5 credits) 

  • M1 Medical Biometry 
  • M1 Health Economics 
  • M1 Medical Practice Management 

2.  Scientific research and publishing (5 credits) 

  • M2 Scientific Working 
  • M2 Literature research
  • M2 Scientific Writing / Publishing 

3. Medical basics of prevention (8 credits) 

  • M3 Physiology of Aging 
  • M3 Human genetics 
  • M3 Diagnostics 
  • M3 Immunology 
  • M3 Environmental Medicine and Dentistry 

4. Preventive medicine related to lifestyle (7 credits) 

  • M4 Nutritional Medicine /Micronutrients 
  • M4 Sports medicine 
  • M4 Sleep Medicine 

5. Prevention in Psychology, Psychiatry and Psychosomatic Medicine (6 credits) 

  • M5 Stress and related diseases 
  • M5 Depression, Anxiety and addiction disorder 
  • M5 Psychosomatics 
  • M5 Coaching in prevention 

6. Aging and gender-specific medical prevention (6 credits) 

  • M6 Gender Medicine 
  • M6 Men's Health / Urology /Andrology 
  • M6 Sexual Medicine 
  • M6 Endocrinology /Sexual hormones 
  • M6 Women's Health / Gynaecology 

7.  Specific preventive medicine (8 credits) 

  • M7 General Endocrinology / Prevention of Diabetes, Obesity, Metabolic Disorder
  • M7 General Endocrinology / Chronobiology / Thyreology 
  • M7 Prevention of neurodegenerative diseases 
  • M7 Preventive Oncology (Gastrointestinale Tumors, etc.) / Complementary Oncology 
  • M7 Preventive Dermatology /Aesthetic medicine 
  • M7 Orthopaedics/ Osteology 
  • M7 Rheumatology 
  • M7 Preventive Cardiology 

Supervised Master Thesis (15 credits)

Lecturers (selection)

  • Prof Bassam Al-Baba MD, FESC
    Clinical Professor of Cardiology, Sharja University School of Medicine, UAE
    Former Director of University Cardiology Damascus, Syria
    Consultant for Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology, Al Qassimi Hospital, Sharja, United Arab Emirates
    E-mail:  Bassambaba56@hotmail.com
  • Prof Khalid Rashid Al-Rumaihi, M.B. B.Ch, MBA, FEBU
    Head of Urology at Hamad Medical Incorporation, Clinical Professor at Medical School, Weill Cornell in Doha, Qatar
    E-mail:  Kalrumaihi@hamad.qa
  • Prof em Dr med Johannes Bitzer
    Professor of Gynaecology and Obstretics, Director of Diploma of Advanced Studies in Sexual Medi-cine/Sexual Therapy, Co-Director of psychosomatic medicine program at the Basel University, Editor of European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care, Co-Editor of Journal of Sexual Medicine
    E-Mail:  Johannes.Bitzer@usb.ch
  • Prof Dr rer medic Bernhard Elsner
    Professor of Physiotherapy at SRH University of Applied Health Sciences Gera, Germany
    Research fellow at the professorship of public health at medical faculty ‚Carl Gustav Carus‘ of Dresden University of Technology, Germany
    Research focus: Effectiveness of interventions in neurological rehabilitation.
    E-Mail:  bernhard.elsner@tu-dresden.de
  • Dr Jan-Dirk Fauteck
    Medical doctor and specialist for anatomy, histology and embryology. Founding member and CEO of the European academy of preventive and anti aging medicine (ea3m) and contract professor at the international Jacobs university Bremen. Main research focus. Chronobiology and applied preventive medicine 
    E-Mail: fauteck@ea3m.org
  • Dr Andreas Greiwing, Dr phil
    Sports scientist with special focus on Training sciences. Director of the performance diagnostic laboratory of the Center of Sports Medicine Muenster (Zentrum für Sportmedizin Münster, ZfS), Germany, 
    Lecturer, Research Focus: Exercise Science, exercise testing, resistance training, endurance training, nutrition
    E-Mail: andreas.greiwing@zfs-muenster.de
  • Dr Uwe Gröber
    Pharmacist, Director of Academy of Micronutrient Medicine, Essen, Germany, 
    Main field of research: Micronutrient Medicine, Prevention and Metabolic Tuning, Interaction of pharmaceuticals and micronutrients, complementary medicine in oncology and diabetology, author
    E-Mail: uwegroeber@gmx.net
  • Prof Joachim Kugler
    Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. Dipl.-Psych., TU Dresden, Faculty of Medicine, Institut and Policlinic of occupational and social medicine, Chair of Health Sciences and Public Health, 
    Main field of research: Qualitative and quantitative evaluation of medical care, Evaluation in clinical studies
    E-Mail: joachim.kugler@tu-dresden.de
  • Dr med Kurt Müller
    General Practitioner, Dermatologist, Kempten, Germany
    Member of executive board: European Academy for Environmental Medicine e.V., Deutscher Berufs-verband der Umweltmediziner (DBU) 
    Main field of interest and research: Environmental medicine, Borreliosis
    E-Mail: kurt.mueller@preventamed.de
  • Dr med Monika Pirlet-Gottwald
    Medical doctor for Naturopathy, nutritional medicine Munich, Germany
    Vice president of the Central Society of medical doctors for Naturopathy and Regulatory Medicine
    E-Mail: pirlet-gottwald@t-online.de
  • Prof hc Dr med vet Farid Saad
    Head of Scientific Affairs Men’s Healthcare, Bayer Schering Pharma AG, then Global Medical Affairs Andrology, Bayer Pharma AG, Berlin, Germany, 
    Honorary professorship in clinical research and endocrinology at Gulf Medical University, Ajman, United Arab Emirates
    Honorary professorship at Men’s Health Reproduction Study Center, Hang Tuah University, Surabaya, Indonesia
    E-mail:  farid.saad@bayer.com
  • Professor Bernhard Schipp, PhD
    TU Dresden, Chair of Quantitative Methods. Dresden, Germany 
    Main field of research: Biometric methods, Health economic evaluations.
    E-Mail: bernhard.schipp@tu-dresden.de
  • Dr med Rüdiger Schmitt-Homm
    Physiologist (M.A.) and Gerontologist (Diplom), freelance lecturer and author, Karlsdorf-Neuthard, Germany
    Main field of interest and research: Physiology and biochemistry of aging processes, basic scientific research in gerontology, prevention, control of cognitive processes during aging
    E-Mail: rued.schmitt@web.de
  • Prof Dr med Peter Schwarz
    Professor for the prevention of diabetes mellitus, TU Dresden, Faculty of Medicine (III. Medizinische Klinik und Poliklinik), Dresden, Germany
    E-Mail: Peter.Schwarz@uniklinikum-dresden.de
  • Dr rer nat Eckart Schnakenberg
    Scientific director and organizational director of the Institute of Pharmacogenetics and Genetic Disposition, Hannover-Langenhangen, Peine, Germany
    Chairman of the European Academy for Clinical Environmental Medicine (EUROPAEM)
    Research focus: individualized medicine
    E-Mail: es@ipgd-labore.de
  • Dr med Ralph Schomaker
    Medical doctor for surgery and accident surgery and general medicine. Until 2007 accident surgeon at several hospitals, since 2007 director of Center of Sports Medicine (Zentrum für Sportmedizin, ZfS), Muenster, Germany
    Further qualification in nutritional medicine, emergency care, acupuncture.
    E-Mail: ralph.schomaker@zfs-muenster.de
  • Dr rer nat et med habil Stephan Sudowe, PhD
    Head of Department of Immunology and Cell Culture at Ganzimmun Diagnostics AG, Mainz, Germany
    Former Assistant Professor at Clinical Research Group Allergology (Dermatology, Universitätsmedizin Mainz) 
    Main research interests: Denritic cell biology, Allergy, Inflammation, Immune Diagnostics
    E-Mail: dr.sudowe@ganzimmun.de
  • Prof Dr med dent Gerd Volland
    Dentist, M. Sc. Laser in Dentistry, Erlangen, Germany
    Main field of interest and research: Dental Implantology, Periodontology, Laser treatment and Functional treatment, oral surgery, Lecturing activities at Universities of Seville
    E-Mail: dr.volland@t-online.de
  • Dr Ursula Wagner, Dr phil
    Executive Coach, Senior Coach DBVC, Certified Professional Coach (International Coach Federation, ICF) Quality Manager and Scientific Director of the Approved Coach Training Program Integral Business Coach, Head of Digital and Online Learning, Coaching Center Berlin, CEO
    E-Mail: ursula.wagner@coachingcenterberlin
  • Prof Dr med Alfred Wolf
    Gyneacologist, Endocrinology and Reproductive Medicine, Director of Scientific Board & Founder of YOURPREVENTIONTM, Ulm and Stuttgart, Germany
    Main field of interest: Stressmedicine 
    E-Mail: drfredwolf@yourprevention.de
  • Prof Dr Dr med Aksam A. Yassin MD PhD EdD FEBU 
    Senior Consultant Urologist/Andrologist & Deputy Chief Medical Officer (CMO). Medical Staff Office (MSO), Hamad Medical Corporation, Doha, Qatar 
    Scientific Dean of preventive Medicine at Dresden International university, Germany
    Editor of “Aging Male” journal
    E-mail: yassin@t-online.de
  • Dr med Ortwin Zais
    General practitioner, Hermeskeil, Germany
    Priority areas: Clinical Environmental Medicine, Biological Cancer Therapy / Hyperthermia, Borreliosis, Psychotherapy
    Member of the Executive Board of: European Academy for Clinical Environmental Medicine e.V., Deutsche Borreliose-Gesellschaft e.V., Ökologischer Ärztebund e.V., Saarländische Krebsliga e.V.
    E-Mail: ortwin.zais@europaem.eu