Hanover Medical School
Dr. Detlef E. Dietrich,born in 1962, studied medicine at the Medizinische Hochschule Hannover (MHH) in Germany. He became MD in 1990 and worked in the field of neurology and psychiatry in different hospitals before becoming a specialist in psychiatry in 1995. Since then he worked as a senior registrar at the Department of Clinical Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, received his Ph.D. in 2001 and became Professor of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy in 2006 at the MHH. In 2005 he became Deputy Head of the Department in 2009 he became Executive Medical Director of the AMEOS Klinikum Hildesheim, Germany. In 2014 he changed his clinical workplace and became Executive Medical Director of the Burghof-Klinik Rinteln.
Since 2004 he acted as a Representative of the European Depression Association (EDA),Brussels; since 2006 he became a member of the Centre for Systems Neuroscience Hannover (ZSN); In 2007 he acted as Initiator and Coordinator of the “Alliance against depression in the Hannover region”; since 2012 he acted as a Coordinator of the DGPPN (German Society for Psychiatry, in Psychosomatics, Psychotherapy and Nerve Disorders)-section “Psychiatric disorders primary health care”; In 2013 he became a Board Member of the European Depression Association (EDA); In 2014-2016 he became Member of the Expert Panel for planning the future structures of mental health perspectives in Lower Saxony.
His research interest mainly includes cognition, especially processes of emotion-cognitive coupling as well as neurobiology and treatment of affective disorders. Scientific work in the fieldof electro-psychophysiological correlates (ERPs) of cognitive and emotional processing evolved against this backdrop.
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