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The Network of Partners established by the Division of Paediatric Neurosurgery

Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin has a global network of partners. The health care-related challenges facing us today require intensive efforts to establish both national and international collaborations involving both treatment centers and research and teaching establishments. Cross-border cooperations with top-level partners will ensure Charité maintains its leading position as one of Europe's largest university hospitals.

This page provides an overview of the growing Network of Partners established by the Division of Paediatric Neurosurgery which includes

  • Charité-based institutions,
  • other universities and university-based research institutions plus
  • governmental and non-governmental organizations.

Other cooperation partners

  • Pediatric Surgery in Tallin, Estonia

This project has been in existence for over five years under the aegis of Dieter-Thomas Heck. Estonian children with neurological diseases are treated either in Tallin or brought to Germany so that their operations can be performed her. Follow-up care is performed by Dr. Ann Paal, a pediatric surgeon in Tallin.

  • Pediatric Oncology, Minsk, Belarus, Dr. Konoplaya  

Sponsored and initiated by the Association "Hilfe für krebskranke Tschernobylkinder e.V." (Help for Cancer-Stricken Chernobyl Children), Dr. Kerstin Lieber and Monika Janke:

With this project, we bring children with complicated brain tumors from Belarus to Berlin to that they can have the necessary operation in the Division of Pediatric Neurosurgery. Their oncological care is continued under the supervision of Charité's Department of Pediatric Neuro-Oncology in Minsk.