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Radiology for Medical Students

Interested in getting to the center of clinical work?

Well, it is true that radiologists often sit behind huge monitors. Did you know though that major therapeutic decisions often depend on imaging findings – both in emergency situations and in patients with chronic disease? And radiologists not only look at images - they also treat patients, for example patients with vascular conditions or benign and malignant tumors. Get an insight into the world of medical imaging and discover a fascinating and diverse medical specialty – a specialty that has undergone rapid technological advances and has gained an important role in the management of many diseases. 

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Department of Radiology at Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

The Department of Radiology is located at all three clinical campuses of the Charité – at Campus Benjamin Franklin (CBF), at Campus Charité Mitte (CCM), and at Campus Virchow-Klinikum (CVK).  With a staff of about 50 board-certified and senior radiologists and 60 residents, our department offers the full range of state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging procedures and image-guided treatments with different specialized services at each campus. 

Our department provides an ideal environment to learn the basics of radiology – not just for your exam.  The insights you can gain in radiology will help you in your future practice of medicine, whether you wish to become a radiologist or choose another specialty. Interested? Send us your application.

Professor Dr. med. Marc Dewey is chief coordinator for academic teaching and practical training of medical students in the Department of Radiology.

In addition, there is a site coordinator, responsible for academic teaching and training of medical students at each of the three campuses, as well as a local organizer, responsible for practical matters related to internships (Praktisches Jahr, PJ) and clinical electives (Famulatur) at each campus.

Campus Benjamin Franklin (CBF):
Teaching Coordinator: Dr. Matthias Haas
Organizer: Mr Jakob Albrecht

Campus Charité Mitte (CCM):
Teaching Coordinator: Dr. Sarah Maria Böker
Coordinator for Internships and Clinical Electives: Dr. Laura Büttner

Campus Virchow-Klinikum (CVK):
Teaching Coordinator: Anne Frisch CVK
Internship Organizer: Dr. Jonas Stief

Diagnostic Imaging Seminar for Interns and Exam Preparation

A weekly radiology teaching for interns is held by Professor J.-W. Oestmann and Dr. Paul Jahnke from 4:15 to 5:15 pm on Wednesdays (currently taking place online via Skype).

Send an email to joerg.oestmann(at)  or paul.jahnke(at) to join theWhatsApp group and attend the seminar.

Emergency Radiology Teaching

Emer gency Radiology Teaching
Associated Professor Elke Zimmermann invites you to join her weekly interdisciplinary case presentation session in emergency radiology (radiology, internal medicine, surgery)

  • From 8:15 to 9:00 am on Wednesdays; conducted online via TEAMS.
  • For medical students, interns, residents, physicians interested in radiology.
  • No application needed. Everyone can join by entering the TEAMS code.
  • Contact, questions, case/topic presenters: Elke Zimmermann (e-mail)

Interdisciplinary Radiology Teaching
Wednesdays from 8:15 to 9:00 am
TEAMS code: jaxxjyc

Recommended Radiology Books for Medical Students

The following books (in German) provide good overviews of medical imaging procedures and help students prepare for their exams.

Martin Maurer, Edzard Wiener: „Last Minute Bildgebende Verfahren“

Jörg Wilhelm Oestmann, ‎Annika Franziska Sabine Podewski, ‎Roland Mühlbauer:
„MEX Das mündliche Examen – Bildgebende Verfahren in der Medizin“ 

Jörg Wilhelm Oestmann: „50 Fälle Bildgebende Verfahren“