Specialist fields (in extracts)
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease (e.g. Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis)
Infectious diseases of the abdominal organs (hepatitis)
Cystic tumors of the pancreas
Gastric and intestinal polyps
Malignant diseases of the digestive organs
Curriculum vitae (in extracts)
Prof. Dr. Eckart Schott has been the chief physician of the Department of Internal Medicine II with a focus on gastroenterology, hepatology and diabetology at the Helios Hospital Emil von Behring in Berlin since September 2017.
After studying in Heidelberg and Berlin and doing his doctorate at the Free University of Berlin, Prof. Schott received his specialist training and further training as a gastroenterologist at the Virchow Klinikum of the Charité in Berlin, where he last worked from 2012 to 2017 as senior physician and deputy clinic director of the Medical Clinic m.S. Hepatology and gastroenterology.
There he was responsible for the hepatology and liver department. After scientific internship at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, USA and the Harvard Medical School in Boston, USA, Prof. Schott established an immunological-hepatological working group in Berlin.
He completed his habilitation in 2008 on the role of CD8+ T cells in liver diseases and was appointed to a W2 professorship in hepatology in 2012.
His research focus was the role of T cells in the development of autoimmune liver diseases and viral hepatitis. In addition, he carried out various translational and clinical research projects, mainly on hepatological issues.
Prof. Schott is the author of more than 70 specialist publications and has participated in numerous clinical studies in the various indications in inflammatory liver diseases and in HCC. He is the co-author of several guidelines in the field of hepatology.
Prof. Schott is the author of more than 70 specialist publications and has participated in numerous clinical studies in inflammatory liver diseases and in HCC. He is the co-author of several guidelines in the field of hepatology.