Competence from 50 medical specialists of the radprax group

At the radprax site in Dusseldorf the following specialists are active, specialized in the diagnosis and early detection of diseases using the most modern medical technology.

Using this modern medicine for our patients and customers the competence network and the experience of 50 specialists of the radprax group is available, if needed. That's a big advantage, especially in the detection and assessment of rare diseases.

Dr. med. Marek Wentges
medical specialist:
Internal Medicine, Occupational Medicine, Cardiology
main focus:
Cardiac diagnostics / therapy, cardiac CT and cardiac MRI
occupational history:
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  • since 01.11.2014 working at radprax precautionary Institute in Düsseldorf
  • 2014 Specialist of cardiology
  • 2012 til 2014 Medical Assistant in the department of Cardiology, red Cross Hospital- Frankfurt
  • 2012 Specialist for Occupational Medicine
  • 2010 til 2012 Medical Assistant in the department of occupational medicine, main Airport Center - Frankfurt
  • 2010 Specialist for internal medicine
  • 2005 til 2010 Medical Assistant in the department of Gastroenterology, Prof. Dignaß - Frankfurt
  • 2005: PhD at the Charité - Berlin
  • 2002 til 2004 Student of medicine at the  Charité University - Berlin
  • 1997 til 2002 Student of medicine , Justus-Liebig-University - Gießen
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Dr. med. Michael Jakobson
medical specialist:
Radiology
main focus:
MRI, whole-body MRI, MR angiography, mammary MRI, prostate gland MRI, CT
occupational history:
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  • since 01.03.2017 working at radprax precautionary Institute, Düsseldorf
  • 2013 – 2016 specialist of radiology in Filstal, Göppingen
  • 2004 til 2013 senior radiologist in the MRI Diagnostic, Stuttgart/Fellbach
  • 2001 til 2004 senior radiologist in the Helios-Kliniken Barmen, Wuppertal
  • 2001 Specialist of Radiology
  • 2000 State Examination
  • 1987 Doctorate University
  • 1980 State Examination at the medical University
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Dr. med. Jan Müller
medical specialist:
Radiology
main focus:
CT, MRI, pulmonary imaging, abdominal imaging
occupational history:
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  • 06/2018 Final Examination for the Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists in Clinical Radiology (FRCR Part 2A), London
  • since 01/2018: Member of the Royal College of Radiologists
  • since 02.01.2018 working at radprax the prevention Institute in Dusseldorf
  • 07/2017 European Diploma in Radiology (EDIR) Holder, Barcelona
  • 06/2017 Senior Consultant, Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, University Hospital Heidelberg
  • 03/2017 Consultant in Radiology, District Medical Association Nordbaden (BW)
  • 10/2016 General course for examiners and members of the test group for clinical studies, Heidelberg University Hospital
  • 09/2016 Additional qualification Q1 Cardiac CT, German X-ray Society
  • 2013 First Examination for the Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists in Clinical Radiology (FRCR Part 1), London
  • 2013 - 2017 Residency in Radiology: Heidelberg University Hospital (Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology)
  • 2011 - 2013 Residency in Radiology: Municipal Hospital Brunswick
  • 06/2011 Medical Doctorate, University Hospital Heidelberg
  • 06/2011 Approbation Certificate, Regional Council Stuttgart
  • 03/2003 Humboldt-Gymnasium Trier (A-level)
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Dr. med. Christoph Steinmeyer
medical specialist:
Radiology
main focus:
MRI, whole-body MRI, joint-MRI, CT, CT-guided pain management, prevention
occupational history:
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  • since 2013 working at radprax Precautionary Institute - Düsseldorf
  • 2010 til 2013 Senior Physician, Radios- Düsseldorf
  • 2007 til 2010 Senior Physician, radprax- Wuppertal
  • 1980 til 2006 Senior Physician - Düsseldorf
  • 1975 til 1979 Senior Physician, Bethesda-Hospital - Duisburg
  • 1970 til 1974 specialist training for Radiology - University Düsseldorf
  • 1969 til 1970 Senior physician, Army
  • 1967 til 1968 Medical Assistant, Wuppertal, Bardenberg and Aachen
  • 1966 State examination, Medical Academy -Düsseldorf
  • 1960 - 1966 Study of human medicine, Erlangen, Freiburg and Düsseldorf
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