Rainer Moosdorf​

I was born in Kassel, Germany, in 1952. I studied medicine and dentistry, subsequently specializing in cardiovascular surgery in Giessen. I completed my PhD (Habilitation) in 1990 and was then appointed a full professor and vice-chairman at the University of Bonn. In 1994, I became a university professor and chairman of the new Department of Cardiovascular Surgery in Marburg. From 2005 to 2011, I also served as Medical Director of the University Hospital. During that time and beyond, I chaired a government-associated medical network, which particularly supported international connections in education, patient care, and research, especially in the Middle East, Asia, and Africa. I have been a professor emeritus since 2017, but remain active internationally. I have been a Rotarian since 1996 and served as president of my club in 2013/14 and as governor of our district 1820 in 2019/20. I am still active in several healthcare and international committees. I have been married since 1990; we have one daughter and one grandchild.

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Rainer Moosdorf​