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1968-1976 Study of Physics at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, with the conclusion Dipl.Phys. 1975-1981 Medical studies in Münster 1981-1982 Assistant physician at the Medical Clinic of the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Prof. Dr. F. Bender 1982 PhD with Prof. Dr. H. Dittrich, Director of the Department of Cardiac, Vascular and Thoracic Surgery, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster. Subject: "The surgery of the heart wall aneurysm" 1982 Commencement of operations at the Institute for Sports Medicine at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, since 1991 as a Senior Researcher 1987 Training year in the Department of Surgery of the Hospital in St.Vinzens Coesfeld Since 1994 Member of the American College of Sports Medicine

Source: campus.uni-muenster.de

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2007-05-17 12:44:18 by jauxmama

...on the club, high school and college level. I have worked with athletes of all body types and sizes. I have developed sound nutritional guidelines for all of my athletes as well as conditioning regimes that maximize their weight losses and strength gains.
While I myself have a lean body type, my experience over many years with Sports medicine doctors, trainers, strength and conditioning coaches, attending training seminars and coaching clinics has given me a wealth of anecdotal information as well as a library of medical journal articles pertaining to weigh loss and athletic conditioning

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    May 18, 2013 by Dave Cvil | Posted in Primary & Secondary Education

    I have a question regarding which classes would benefit me for higher-ranked colleges? I am planning to major in Sciences as I want to be in the medical field when I grow up. At my high school, they have a Medical Scienc …ns for higher colleges because its a diverse program & many colleges are looking for diversity now?

    Would I be in a better advantage keeping with this program, or should I take the normal high school route?

    • I think the program and courses will help you stand out to a staff shuffling through application papers all day. As long as you can get related APs like bio,chem, phys then you should be fine.

  • Avatar Dave Cvil What High School Courses to Take for Colleges?
    May 04, 2013 by Dave Cvil | Posted in Primary & Secondary Education

    I have a question regarding which classes would benefit me for higher-ranked colleges? I am planning to major in Sciences as I want to be in the medical field when I grow up. At my high school, they have a Medical Scienc …ns for higher colleges because its a diverse program & many colleges are looking for diversity now?

    Would I be in a better advantage keeping with this program, or should I take the normal high school route?

    • If you plan on becoming a doctor, do not take this program. If you plan on becoming a CNA, LPN, RN, etc., then take this program. You will want higher science classes if you want to be a doctor.