PD Dr. Andreas Jüttemann
Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Berlin Society for the History of Medicine; c/o Institute for the History of Medicine and Ethics in Medicine
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- Urban history and history of medicine
- Infrastructure history (transportation, hospitals)
- Research projects 50 years of Campus Benjamin Franklin (2018 - 2020) and 115 years of Campus Virchow-Klinikum (2021)
Vita PD Dr. Andreas Jüttemann
Andreas Jüttemann, born in 1985, studied psychology and urban studies. From 2016 to 2021, Jüttemann worked as a research assistant at the Institute for the History of Medicine at the Charité, where he completed his doctorate on pulmonary sanatoriums in Prussia (1863 - 1934).
Jüttemann received postdoctoral fellowships from the Charité Young Investigators Commission and the Fritz Thyssen Foundation to provide scientific support for the 50th anniversary of the Charité Campus Benjamin Franklin. For the anniversary projects (exhibition, publications) he received the sponsorship award of the German Society for Hospital History.
For his written post-doctoral thesis on the history of the Charité Campus Benjamin Franklin, submitted in 2020 to the TU Berlin for the subject History of Science and Technology, he received the Science Award of the Association for the History of Berlin. Since 2021, he has been a research associate at the Brandenburg Medical School in the Institute of Anatomy.
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