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Committees for the post-graduate masters programs

Decisions in the post-graduate masters programs in Epidemiology are made by the Board of Admissions and Examinations.

Elected student representatives represent the interests of students in the committee.

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Board of Admissions and Examinations

The Board of Admissions and Examinations is responsible for selecting applicants to be admitted to the program. The Board also ensures high academic standards, the quality of the program content and fair examinations. Student representatives from each cohort are invited to participate and advise at all board meetings.

Members of the Board of Admissions and Examinations

  • Prof. Dr. Dr. Tobias Kurth, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Institute of Public Health
  • Prof. Dr. Elke Schäffner, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Institute of Public Health
  • Prof. Dr. Ute Latza MPH, Bundesanstalt für Arbeitsschutz und Arbeitsmedizin
  • Nicholas Alexander, MScPH, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Institut of Public Health

Student Representatives

In order to promote communication and ensure transparency in decision-making processes, student representatives are elected at the beginning of each year. They participate as guests in all committee meetings (e.g. Board of Admissions and Examinations).

Elected Student Representatives

Academic Year 20 - 21

MSc Epidemiology: Elisabetta Mercuri, Nicole Hildebrand, Robyn Kettlitz

Academic Year 19 - 20

Master of Public Health: Marco Solinski, Florian Beese, Salka Enners

MSc Epidemiology: Marco Alibone

Academic Year 18 - 19

Master of Public Health: Alexander Rohde, Marianne Lerche, Anja Wienecke

MSc Epidemiology: Jan Remmels, Inna Friesen, Andreas Reich

Academic Year 17 - 18

Master of Public Health: Lorena Martinez Gamboa, Maria Franzke, Beatrice Maria Schäfer

MSc Epidemiology: Alexander Bartel, Antonia Hilbig

Academic Year 16 - 17

Master of Public Health: Jasmin Kehr 

MSc Epidemiology: Marie Bolster, Sonja Garske