Network & Collaborators

International Center for Multimorbidity and Complexity

Collaborators

Peter Fuhr, MD, Professor of Neurology

Peter Fuhr, MD, Professor of Neurology

Ute Gschwandtner, MD, dipl. psych, Professor of Psychiatry

Ute Gschwandtner, MD, dipl. psych, Professor of Psychiatry

Francisco TT Lai, PhD, Professor of Pharmacology and Family Medicine

Francisco TT Lai, PhD, Professor of Pharmacology and Family Medicine

Department of Pharmacology, and Department of Family Medicine and Primary Care, The University of Hongkong, Hongkong

https://www.pharma.hku.hk/en/Our-People/Professoriate/Assistant-Professor/Professor-Francisco-TT-Lai/Professor-Francisco-TT-Lai-Profile

Mike Martin, Professor of Gerontopsychology

Mike Martin, Professor of Gerontopsychology

Healthy Longevity Center, Department of Psychology, University of Zurich, Switzerland

https://www.psychology.uzh.ch/en/areas/dev/geronto/team/mmartin.html

Gunther Meinlschmidt, Professor of Psychology

Gunther Meinlschmidt, Professor of Psychology

Department of Psychosomatic Medicine, University Basel, and International Psychoanalytic University, Berlin

https://psychologie.unibas.ch/de/personen/gunther-meinlschmidt/  https://www.ipu-berlin.de/professoren/meinlschmidt-gunther/

Rainer Schaefert, MD, Professor of Psychosomatic Medicine

Rainer Schaefert, MD, Professor of Psychosomatic Medicine

Department of Psychosomatic Medicine, University Hospital Basel,

https://www.unispital-basel.ch/psychosomatik


International Network

European Federation of Internal Medicine (EFIM) Multimorbidity Working Group (led by Prof. Maximo Bernabeu Wittel, Seville, Spain)

European Federation of Internal Medicine (EFIM) Multimorbidity Working Group (led by Prof. Maximo Bernabeu Wittel, Seville, Spain)

German Society of Internal Medicine (DGIM), Working Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Internal Medicine (led by Prof. Martin Hirsch, Marburg, Germany)

German Society of Internal Medicine (DGIM), Working Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Internal Medicine (led by Prof. Martin Hirsch, Marburg, Germany)

Areas at a glance

Research and Innovation

Our research combines the knowledge and perspectives of medical clinicians from different areas of expertise, data scientists, and psychologists.

Projects & Publications

In the long term, our research projects should help frontline clinicians to overcome the clinical challenges associated with DDIs.

Donations

Donations to the ZAIM ICMC make extraordinary things possible, help to expand our research for guidelines to become a leading position, innovative power and contribute to solutions to the greatest challenges of our time.