EAPM Fellows 2023
Jordi Blanch, MD
Jordi Blanch, MD, Catalonia, Spain
Psychiatrist MD PhD and degree in Philosophy, is currently Consultant in Psychiatry in the Department of Psychiatry of the Clinical Institute of Neurosciences in Hospital Clínic of Barcelona, Associate Professor of Psychiatry of the University of Barcelona, and Director of Mental Health and Addiction Services in Santa Maria University Hospital in Lleida. Member of the research group CIBERSAM.
Dan Dumitrascu, MD
Prof. Dan L. Dumitrascu graduated the medical school of Cluj-Napoca, Romania and worked in the Research Institute of Physiology D. Danielopolu in Bucharest, the Institute of Hygiene and Public Health Cluj-Napoca, before being accepted as assistant professor after the fall of communism. With the years he became full professor, and vice-rector of the Iuliu Hatieganu University. Research fellowships in Germany (Humboldt Foundation and DAAD), training stages in France, UK, Netherlands. Since 2001 attended most of ICPM, ECPR and EAPM meetings, became member of APS, Brain-Gut Research Group, Rome Foundation.
Joanna Rymaszewska, MD
Wolfgang Söllner, MD
Wolfgang Söllner is professor emeritus of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy at Paracelsus Medical University in Nuremberg, Germany. From 2002 to 2018 he was head of the Department of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy at Nuremberg General Hospital and from 2015-2021 Vice-president of Paracelsus Medical University.
EAPM Fellows 2022
Dr. Anne – Françoise Allaz
University Hospital Geneva Switzerland
Prof. Charlotte U. Rask
Aarhus University Hospital Denmark
Charlotte Ulrikka Rask is consultant and clinical professor in child and adolescent psychiatry since 2016 at Department of child and adolescent psychiatry, Psychiatry, Aarhus University Hospital and Aarhus University, Denmark. Her research is centered around functional disorders and health anxiety in children and adolescents in two areas: epidemiology/basic research and clinical projects, mainly on new treatment- both early intervention and more specialised psychological treatment programs targeting negative illness perceptions and maladaptive illness behaviours to improve the young person’s daily functioning and overall quality of life.
Prof. Albert Leentjens
Maastricht University Netherlands
Albert Leentjens is professor of neuropsychiatry at Maastricht University Medical Center. His main clinical and research interest is the psychopathology of movement disorders. In addition he leads the psychiatric deep brain stimulation (DBS) programme in Maastricht.
PD Dr. Frank Vitinius
University Hospital Cologne Germany
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Frank Vitinius, MD was assistant professor in the Department of Psychosomatics and Psychotherapy in the University Hospital of Cologne. Since January 2023 he is the head of the Department of Psychosomatic Medicine of Robert-Bosch Hospital in Stuttgart (Germany).
His main research fields are communication trainings, coaching of patients and psychosocial aspects of transplantation medicine.
Prof. Christoph Pieh
Donau-University Krems Austria
Prof. Christoph Pieh, MD is Head of Department of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy at the University of Continuous Education Krems, Austria. His main research field are epidemiology of mental health, the interaction of sleep and pain, and evidence based psychotherapy research.
EAPM Fellows 2021
Dr. Antonella Ciaramella
Antonella Ciaramella MD, psychiatrist and psychotherapist, master in phytotherapy, director of the psychosomatic center, GIFT Institute of Integrative Medicine in Pisa that hosts more than twenty psychologist/psychotherapist university trainees per year. She worked for 20 years at the Pain Clinic of the University Hospital in Pisa and taught psychosomatic medicine in the degree course in Psychology in the University of Pisa. Research area: pain and hypnosis.
Prof. Mladenka Tkalčić
Mladenka Tkalčić, professor at the University of Rijeka, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences,Department of Psychology. Her research interest is in the field of the psychosomatic medicine and health psychology with a particular emphasis on the cognitive and affective aspects of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). In 2019 she has started collaboration with colleagues from the Nagoya University in Japan through joint scientific project financed by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.
Prof. Meike Shedden Mora
Meike Shedden Mora is Professor for Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy at the Medical School Hamburg and senior researcher at the Department of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany. Her research focusses on the management of persistent somatic symptoms and somatic symptom disorders, as well as on interventions employing placebo mechanisms to improve medical treatments.
Dr. Dirk von Boetticher
Leading senior physician at the Department of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy, University Medical Center Göttingen, Germany. He is Medical Specialist in Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy, Psychiatry and General Medicine. His special research interests are clinical concepts, psychodynamic psychotherapy, emerging adulthood, and the relation between the humanities and medicine.