• Research Areas                                                                        

    • preclinical molecular imaging of inflammation  
    • cell metabolism              
  • CV


    • since 10/2019: Experimental doctoral thesis, Department of Anesthesiology, Intensive Care and Pain Medicine, Münster University Hospital (UKM)
    • since 04/2019: Master’s Programme “Experimental Medicine”, Master of Science expected in 04/2022, University of Münster
    • 10/2013 - 11/2019: Study of Medicine, Staatsexamen, University of Münster
    • 10/2010 - 09/2013: Bachelor’s Programme “Molecular Biomedicine”, Bachelor of Science, University of Bonn


    • since 08/2021: Clinician-scientist research rotation, Collaborative Research Centre 1450 “inSight“, European Institute for Molecular Imaging (EIMI), University of Münster
    • since 11/2020: Resident physician, Department of Nuclear Medicine, Münster University Hospital
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Profession: Physician and scientist

Medical professional Nadine Heiden is training to become a specialist physician while actively pursuing research. “I always wanted to do both,” she says – and a close connection between research and patient care can only be beneficial. Although the dual qualification is challenging, Nadine Heiden provides insight into how it is working out for her.