Training medical students and future orthopedists is one of my major concerns. I work as a teacher in order to pass on my knowledge of orthopedics to future specialists. I have been teaching various courses at a number of universities for several years. I am also an active reviewer of medical papers for journals. Here is a brief summary of my teaching activities until now:

Teaching assignments in Human Medicine

Since 2011: GendeRing – Basics of Gender Medicine, Gender Medicine and Orthopedics (Lecture)
Since 2008: Block 16, Pediatric Orthopedics (Lecture)
Since 2008: Block 21, Differential Diagnosis of Pain and Swelling (Lecture)
2008–2009: Tissue Engineering Methods in Orthopedics, Lecture and Teaching aid (script with DVD)
2005–2010: Block 23, The Degenerative Spine, Osteoarthritis (Internship)

Teaching Assignment for a Doctoral Program in Applied Medical Science N790

2009 – to the present time: Supervision of several PhD and Master’s theses
2009–2011:  Journal Club
2009–2011: Tissue Engineering in Cartilage, Osteoarthritis and Meniscus (Lecture)

Teaching Assignment: Master’s course in Advanced Orthopedic Surgery, Danube University Krems

2010–2014  Member of the team in charge of developing the study program
Module 2, Basics of Orthopedic Research, Lecture on Meniscus – Experimental approaches in Tissue Engineering in vitro und in vivo
Module 10, Extremity correction, Pediatric orthopedics, coordination of modules and lectures on Measurement of the leg axis, Complex congenital deformities, Treatment of epiphysiolysis of the femoral head, Workshop on pelvic osteotomies

Reviewer for the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery-B, Archives of Orthopedic and Trauma Surgery, Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift (Vienna Clinical Weekly), Jubiläumsfonds – Österr. Nationalbank (Anniversary Fund  of the Austrian National Bank)