Prof. Dr. med. Eva Reinhold-Keller

Specialist for internal medicine, rheumatology, osteology

Further information on Prof. Reinhold-Keller, MD

1973 – 1979Study of human medicine at the Humboldt University of Berlin
1979Licence to practise medicine
1979 – 1984Training as a specialist for internal medicine with the main focus: Cardiology, angiology, pulmonology, intensive care medicine, gastroenterology, rheumatology, internal X-ray diagnostics, tropical medicine
1985 – 1989Assistant doctor at the Rheumaklinik Bad Bramstedt GmbH (Director: Dr. Gerhard Josenhans)
1986Doctorate at the University of Hamburg (UKE)
Subject: Significance of blood pressure control, cardio-vascular risk factors and concomitant diseases in hypertensive patients for the development of stroke (from the Central Institute for Cardiovascular Research Berlin-Buch of the Academy of Sciences of the GDR)
1989 – 2003Senior physician at the Polyclinic for Rheumatology of the University Hospital of Lübeck and the Medical Hospital Department of the Rheumaklinik Bad Bramstedt GmbH (Director: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang L. Gross)
1989Recognition as internist
1990Recognition for the subfield "Internal Medicine-Rheumatology
1991Recognition for the additional title "physical therapy
1993 – 2003Full training authorisation / specialist representative for the sub-area "Internal Medicine-Rheumatology" (ÄK Schleswig-Holstein)
1997Recognition for the additional title "Chirotherapy
2003Habilitation in "Internal Medicine" at the University Hospital of Lübeck Topic: Wegener's granulomatosis: new aspects of epidemiology, long-term outcome and socioeconomic consequences of the disease
2005Additional title Osteology (DVO)
since 2011Assessor and examiner in the further education examination board of the Hamburg Medical Association "Rheumatology/Internal Medicine
2014Professorship at the University of Lübeck

Therapeutic studies in rheumatoid arthritis (RA)

Therapeutic studies in vasculitis

Socio-medical and epidemiological studies

  1. Development of a vasculitis documentation system
  2. Epidemiology of primary systemic vasculitides in Northern and Southern Germany and establishment of a vasculitis register for Schleswig-Holstein from 1998 until today
  3. Socio-economic consequences and quality of life in vasculitis patients
  4. Outcome studies in Vasculitides
  5. Development of a standardized patient training for vasculitis patients
  • German Society for Internal Medicine (DGIM)
  • German Society for Rheumatology (DGRh)
  • German Rheumatism League/LV Schleswig-Holstein
  • German Society for Manual Medicine
  • Medical Society of Lübeck

Locations & Contact

Radiology Stephansplatz Othmarschen Nienstedten Eidelstedt Niendorf New rampart Bergedorf
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