Forschung am Robert-Bosch-Krankenhaus

Clinical research - research for people

Klinische Forschung: Gewebeausschnitt

Clinical research provides the foundation and drive for progress in medicine. Clinical studies make a significant contribution to medical professionals, placing them in a position of being able to understand better, recognise sooner and, frequently, alleviate or cure many diseases that were previously untreatable.

The Robert Bosch Hospital is one of the few non-university clinics in Germany that has a research mandate and originated from a private initiative. The Robert-Bosch Foundation funds a large share of this research. In addition to their tasks in patient care, many of the clinic's doctors are also scientifically active. They are involved in important clinical studies and numerous scientific projects - partly in close cooperation with the Dr. Margarete Fischer-Bosch Institute for Clinical Pharmacology. The patient benefit is at the centre of all research interests - insights gained immediately benefit them.
Here you will find a selection of research activities performed at the Robert Bosch Hospital. You will find further research projects at our departments and at www.ikp-stuttgart.de.

Medical doctoral theses

At the Robert-Bosch Hospital and its locations, many opportunities exist to write statistical, clinical and experimental doctoral theses. If you are interested, you are welcome to contact the corresponding chief physician's office directly.

Contact

Arne Backhaus

Arne Backhaus
Head of Study Centre

Robert-Bosch-Krankenhaus
Auerbachstraße 110
70376 Stuttgart

Telefon 0711/8101-5757
Telefax 0711/8101-3183
arne.backhaus -|- @ -|- rbk.de