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  Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. Prof. honoraire Dr. h.c. Christos C. Zouboulis
Facharzt für Dermatologie und Venerologie, Allergologie, Andrologie, Proktologie

Telefon: +49 340 501-4000
Telefax: +49 340 501-4025

Anzahl der Betten: 46
- Dermatologie und Venerologie (5 Jahre, volle Weiterbildungszeit)
- Allergologie (1,5 Jahre, volle Weiterbildungszeit)
- Proktologie (12 Monate, volle Weiterbildungszeit)
- Medikamentöse Tumortherapie (12 Monate, volle Weiterbildungszeit; Dr. Trebing)
- Dermato-Histologie (6 Monate; Dr. Brunner)
Städtisches Klinikum Dessau

Akademisches Lehrkranken-
haus mit Hochschulabteilungen der Medizinischen Hochschule Brandenburg Theodor Fontane

Hochschulklinik für Dermatologie, Venerologie und Allergologie, Immunologisches Zentrum

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06847 Dessau-Roßlau
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Frau Martina Falasch
Telefon: +49 340 501-4010
Telefax: +49 340 501-4022
Herr Thomas Gloger
Frau Birgit Brandes
Telefon: +49 340 501-4059

Zentrum für Klinische Studien Dessau (ZKSD)
Frau Sabine Schmalle
Telefon: +49 340 501-4004
Abteilung für Evidenz-basierte Dermatologie
(Division of Evidence-based Dermatology)

Frau Sabine Schmalle
Telefon: +49 340 501-4004
Hautkrebszentrum Dessau-Anhalt
Herr Michael Lenze
Telefon: +49 340 501-4029
Immunologisches Zentrum
Dipl. chem. Werner Lakotta
Telefon: +49 340 501-4020
Dr. med. Thomas Wild
Telefon: +49 340 501-4000
Labor für Biogerontologie, Dermato-Pharmakologie und Dermato-Endokrinologie
Dr. rer. nat. Amir Hossini
Telefon: +49 340 501-4025 / 4015
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Abteilung für Evidenz-basierte Dermatologie
Division of Evidence-based Dermatology

Routine clinical decision is based on personal knowledge of pathophysiology and clinical experience. Our understanding of the pathophysiology of skin diseases is evolving constantly as a result of explosive growth in basic research in dermatology. Decisions based on “pathophysiologic reasoning” could, therefore, change quickly. Likewise, the biological plausibility of several therapeutic measurements used in dermatology can eventually been rejected by emerging knowledge, or worse, certain interventions may be shown to be dangerous after clinical trials or overall assessment of previous trials. Moreover,
the volume of dermatological literature is
growing exponentially and there is no direct relation between the quantity and quality of published information. Therefore, a hierarchy of evidence has to be established based on study design and reflecting the relationship between quality and the likelihood of bias.


Evidence-based medicine is defined as “the conscientious, explicit and judicious use of current best evidence” when making clinical decisions about the care of individual patients. Evidence-based Dermatology is the application of the principles of evidence-based medicine to the care of patients with skin diseases. The aim of Evidence-based Dermatology is to support the clinical decision by providing a system to locate, appraise and apply the best available information in order to improve the outcome of patients with skin diseases. The process includes four major steps, namely asking a clinical question, finding the evidence, critically appraising the evidence and integrating the new information into clinical expertise and judgment.


On the other hand, the tools of Evidence-based Dermatology allow a better prospective plan of clinical diagnostic and therapeutic studies, which can reflect a high level of quality and offer valuable and unbiased information for clinical decisions.

Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. Prof. h.c. Dr. h.c. Christos C. Zouboulis       CV / Publications

Dr. Thrasivoulos Tzellos                         CV and publications
Dr. Athanasios Kyrgidis                          CV and publications
Dr. Konstantinos A. Toulis                      CV and publications

Mrs. Sabine Schmalle
Tel.: +49 340 501-4004
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