Tag Archives: Switzerland

Jacques Rogge

Jacques Rogge is OlympicDoc and more


Jacques Jean Marie Rogge, Count Rogge (French: [ʒɑk ʁɔ.ge]; Dutch: [ˈrɔɣə]; born 2 May 1942) is a Belgian sports administrator and physician who served as the eighth president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) from 2001 to 2013. In 2013, the IOC announced that Rogge would become their Honorary President. Continue reading Jacques Rogge

Hans Jakob Nidecker-Huggenberg

…was BreweryDoc, TrumpetDoc, CharityDoc and more

His brand of UeliBier

Dr.med. Hans Jakob Nidecker-Huggenberg (1919-2005) was born as son of a priest in Basel. As radiologist he founded the Radiological Institute of Basel.  Politically he was member of the LDP where is accentuated speaches were famous. He founded a private brewery since he did not want to support the cartel of the big breweries. He was very successful and the brewery brings out 5 different beers of high quality. Continue reading Hans Jakob Nidecker-Huggenberg

Niklaus Nidecker

Niklaus Nidecker and father are BreweryDocs

Ellenberger visits the UeliBier Brewery of Niklaus Nidecker in 2005

Hans-Jakob Nidecker (father of Niklaus), born in 1919 was specialized in radiology and nuclear medicine and had worked until 1984. He was former “master” of an “Ehrengesellschaft zum Rebahus (Zunft)”, founder of the brewery “Fischerstube” and also playing trumpet. Though he is 85-years-old now (2005) he was still actively participating at the breweries business processes. His hobbies are beer, music and “Zunftwesen” in Basel/Switzerland. Continue reading Niklaus Nidecker

Bertrand Piccard

Bertrand Piccard is PioneerDoc with Balloons and Solar Eclipse and more

Dr Bertrand Piccard, doctor, psychiatrist and aviator First person to fly non-stop round the world in a balloon Initiator and pilot of Solar Impulse -first solar driven airplane flying round the world-  President of the Winds of Hope humanitarian foundation and United Nations Goodwill Ambassador, Pioneer of hang gliding in Europe.

Frido Mann

Frido Mann is ConductorDoc, TheologyDoc, PsychologyDoc, WriterDoc and “RollerCoasterDoc”


He owns a czech, then US-american and at last a swiss passport, he gets a conductors and piano diploma, becomes a theologist and psychologist – and reaches the pre-clinical exam in medicine. Therefore the title of his book is “Roller Coaster” – it is written in present time and thus involves the reader in this interesting life. Continue reading Frido Mann

Jany Renz

Jany Renz is ConductorDoc, FluteDoc, OrganDoc and PianoDoc


born in Basel in 1946 he studied piano with Ivan Engel, the friend and student of Bartók.
He also studied old music and flute with Hans Martin Linde and organ wirh Adolf Schlegel.

During his international career as Lied accompanist and chamber musician he was partner of leading Lied singers and leading instrumentalists.

He studied conducting with Wilfried Boettcher in Basel. Master classes with Leonard Bernstein and Sergiu Celibidache completed his studies. Continue reading Jany Renz

Beat Richner

Beat Richner is CelloDoc, ClownDoc and CharityDoc

Beat Richner
Beat Richner

This CelloDoc from Switzerland is so-to-speak “Mother theresa” from Cambodia. Since 1992 he has built 5 (!) childrens hospitals in Cambodia and fund-raised 80 % of it mainly in Switzerland strongly supported by his Cello recitals…..

Visit his web site (see below) and make donations for his incomparable humanitarian work! Continue reading Beat Richner

Sara Bosshard

Sara Bosshard is DanceDoc and DanceTeacherDoc

Sara Bosshard, 6.Februar 1980.
She dances since 1992 with Sylcia Seifert in Wädenswil and practises orientalic dance. 2001-2003 she was studying Indian Dance (Bharata Natyam)with Barbara Dejung in Stäfa and Zürich. 2002 – 2003she studied DanceTeacher for orientalic dance with  Sibylla Spiess. From 2004 to 2007 she is teaching her own class in Zürich. Continue reading Sara Bosshard


Paracelsus was BotanicDoc, AstrologyDoc, OccultDoc (SpiritualDoc)

Paracelsus (/ˌpærəˈsɛlsəs/; born Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim, 11 November or 17 December 1493 – 24 September 1541) was a Swiss German[3] Renaissance physician, botanist, alchemist,astrologer, and general occultist.[4] He founded the discipline of Toxicology.[5] He is also known as a revolutionary for insisting upon using observations of nature, rather than looking to ancient texts, in open and radical defiance of medical practice of his day.[5] He is also credited for giving zinc its name, calling it zincum.[6][7] Modern psychology often also credits him for being the first to note that some diseases are rooted in psychological illness.[8] Continue reading Paracelsus

Wolfgang Ellenberger

Wolfgang Ellenberger is MultiTalentDoc

Wolfgang Ellenberger -now living in Switzerland- studied piano (diploma in music academy Hamburg, concert exam music academy Lübeck) and worked also as conductor.


After giving more than 30 master-classes for medical doctors in Germany he founded THIS web DoctorsTalents.com
Later he founded the DoctorsTalents.com association and became president of it for his life-time. Continue reading Wolfgang Ellenberger