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Christiaan Neethling Barnard (8 November 1922 – 2 September 2001) was a South African cardiac surgeon who performed the world’s first human-to-human heart transplant on December 3, 1967, and the second overall heart transplant. Continue reading Christiaan Barnard
beginning with science slamming among students with humorous themes her theme
“the intestine with charme” (“Darm mit Charme”) got so much success, that a famous German publishing house
printed a book with her, see www.darm-mit-charme.de Continue reading Giulia Enders
Born December 1948. As child he danced in a ballet company with yearly performances in TV. He was figureskating with “Rollschuhen” in Hamburg, he took singing lessons and became active as actor. Later he was directing theatre productions. He writes mainly children books and also makes the illustrations for them. He got a prize for the translation of a dutch book. Continue reading Christian Golusda
Alexander Yakovlevich Rosenbaum PAR (Russian: Александр Яковлевич Розенбаум, Aleksandr Jakovlevič Rozyenbaum) (born September 13, 1951 in Leningrad, Soviet Union) is a Soviet and Russian bard from Saint Petersburg. He is best known as an interpreter of the blatnaya pesnya (criminal song) genre. Modern singers in this genre, such as Mikhail Shufutinsky often sing Rosenbaum’s songs. Continue reading Alexander Rozenbaum
The Psychiatrist from Emmental/CH had boredom after getting her second child and began writing – meanwhile this has become her challenge and she published her second criminal story with a swiss editor house.
Continue reading Esther Pauchard
Primarily he had been working as medical doctor. In 1997 he got a German youth literature prize for “Du groß, und ich klein”.
Solotareff war zuerst als Arzt tätig und lebt zurzeit in Paris. Im Jahre 1997 erhielt er den Deutschen Jugendliteraturpreis für das Buch Du groß, und ich klein. Auf Deutsch sind nur einige seiner Werke erschienen, u. a. auch das Kleine Museum, in dem knapp 150 Ausschnitte aus Gemälden Begriffe von Adler bis Zylinder zeigen. Continue reading Grégoire Solotareff
Dr. Dirk Rohrbach was born in Hanau near Frankfurt/Germany in 1968. He studied medicine in Frankfurt and got his doctorate degree in Halle (Saale) and Wittenberg. He started his journalistic career in Aschaffenburg/Germany at a local radio station. After his medical degree he changed to Antenne Bayern to Munich/Bavaria and went double-bind for years, moderating in the morning and working in an orthopedic doctors office in the afternoons. Continue reading Dirk Rohrbach
Perri Klass is an American pediatrician and writer who has published extensively about her medical training and pediatric practice. Among her subjects have been the issues of women in medicine, relationships between doctors and patients, and children and literacy. She is the author of both fiction and nonfiction novels, stories, essays, and journalism. Continue reading Perri Klass
Angelus Silesius (c. 1624 – 9 July 1677), born Johann Scheffler and also known as Johann Angelus Silesius, was a German Catholic priest and physician, known as a mystic and religious poet. Continue reading Johann Scheffler alias Angelus Silesius
Roscher studied musicology in Würzburg and writes for severyl medical journals. He published a book “Himmelspforten”. Continue reading Wolfgang Roscher
Mitchell Gibson, MD is a board-certified forensic psychiatrist, writer, artist, software developer, public speaker, and spiritual teacher. He has been listed among the Top Doctors in Arizona and one of the “Best Doctors in America”. Continue reading Mitchell Gibson
William Somerset Maugham CH (/ˈmɔːm/ MAWM; 25 January 1874 – 16 December 1965), better known as W. Somerset Maugham, was a British playwright, novelist and short story writer. He was among the most popular writers of his era and reputedly the highest-paid author during the 1930s. Continue reading William Somerset Maugham
Uwe Tellkamp (born October 28, 1968 in Dresden, East Germany) is a German writer and physician. He practised medicine until 2004. Before the fall of communism, he was enlisted in the National People’s Army as a tank commander and imprisoned when he refused to break up a demonstration in October 1989. Until the fall of the German Democratic Republic shortly after, he was prohibited from studying medicine. Continue reading Uwe Tellkamp
John Hodge (born 1964) is a British screenwriter and dramatist, most noted for his adaptation of Irvine Welsh‘s novel Trainspotting into the script for the film of the same title. His first play Collaborators won the 2012 Olivier Award for Best New Play. His films include Shallow Grave (1994), Trainspotting (1996) A Life Less Ordinary (1997), The Beach (2000), The Final Curtain (2002), and the short film Alien Love Triangle (2002). Continue reading John Hodge
Gottlieb Guntern can be described as CreativeDoc. After a 2-year post-graduate research phase in the USA he inserted the System Therapy in Europe and founded a psychiatry center which was integrated in a district hospital where he was chief doctor for 10 years.
He has written several books, is consulting personalities and companies about creative thinking and he published several CDs with balads from Wallis, his swiss cantone.
Albert Charles Otto „Abbi“ Hübner (* 4. Februar 1933 in Hamburg) is a German jazz trumpet player and composer. In 2017 at age 84 he is for sure the oldes jazz musician in Hamburg and maybe world-wide one of the very few trumpet players at his full ability.
Continue reading Abbi Hübner
Axel Kramer writes poetry as you can read below. (The video is him talking about medicine so you can hear him speak). Continue reading Axel Kramer