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Gerhard Kreyer

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German, English
  • Doctor of human medicine and doctor of dentistry,
  • Specialist in dentistry, oral and maxillofacial medicine, doctor of psychosomatics and doctor of psychotherapy, emergency physician,
  • born on 20.05.1945 in Rankweil/Vorarlberg
  • Elementary school in Langenlois, then Piaristengymnasium in Krems, Matura 1963
  • Medical studies at the University of Vienna (1963 - 1970), doctorate (Dr. med. univ. 1970).
  • Afterwards 1st Med. University Clinic for Internal Medicine, Prof. Deutsch, Vienna,
  • from 1971 University Dental Clinic Vienna,
  • Specialist in dentistry, oral and maxillofacial medicine since 1973, dental practice in Langenlois since 1973
  • From 1974 - 2010 head of the dental ward of the "Psychiatric Hospital of the City of Vienna" or the "Otto - Wagner - Hospital" in Vienna
  • From 1985 - 1996 1st Vice President of the Lower Austrian branch of the "Austrian Society for Dentistry, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery"
  • From 1995 lectureship at the "Institute for Medical Psychology" of the University of Vienna and lectureship at the University Dental Clinic Vienna
  • Since 2006 "Member of the teaching staff of the Academy for Psychotherapeutic Medicine"
  • Since 1987 Chairman of the "Austrian Society for Psychology and Psychosomatics in Dentistry"
  • Member of the board of various nationwide scientific or professional societies (1984 - 1989 Zahnärztlicher Interessensverband, since 1982 Österreichische Gesellschaft für Zahn-,
  • Mund- und Kieferheilkunde, Österreichische Gesellschaft für Psychologie und Psychosomatik in der Zahnmedizin, etc.)
  • Doctorate in dentistry (Dr. med. dent.) 2000
  • Honorary member of the "Austrian Society for Dental, Oral and Maxillofacial Medicine
  • Several hundred scientific lectures, courses and seminars in Austria and abroad
  • Approx. 250 scientific publications
  • To date author, co-author or editor of 15 textbooks
  • Numerous appearances on radio and television in various countries