Biography

Dr. Jana Remschmidt

Diagnostic Radiology

Germany

21 years of experience

Specialty

Specialties:

Diagnostic Radiology

Subspecialties:

Procedures performed:

Mammography, Breast Ultrasound, Breast Biopsy, 3D Tomosynthesis

Work Experience

Breast Diagnostics

Private Practice

Berlin, Germany.

from 2018

Program Responsible Doctor

Mammographie Screening Brandenburg Nord

Berlin, Germany.

2012 - 2017

Specialist in Diagnostic Radiology

Diagnostikum

Berlin, Germany.

2011 - 2011

Resident

Institute of Radiology, Lucerne Cantonal Hospital

Lucerne, Switzerland.

2005 - 2009

Resident

Department of Radiology, Cantonal Hospital in Schaffhausen

Schaffhausen, Switzerland.

2004 - 2005

Internship

Department of General and Visceral Surgery, Martin-Luther Hospital

Berlin, Germany.

2001 - 2003

Biography

Dr. Jana Remschmidt has been working as a radiologist with a focus on "senology" in the early detection of breast cancer. After specialized training in Switzerland and Brandenburg, she opened her own practice in 2018. Dr. Remschmidt provides advice on breast cancer risk and all modalities for early detection and aftercare. Her particular specialization is breast implants and male breast changes. Dr. Remschmidt also works as a diagnostician in the mammography screening program in Cottbus and Potsdam.

Her proof of quality as a diagnostic radiologist is included in: Annual mammography examination in the reference center in Berlin, Evaluation of 10,000 mammograms (Potsdam and Cottbus screening) per year, 1500 ultrasound examinations of the breasts per year, 80 ultrasound-guided punch biopsies per year, about 40 stereotactic vacuum biopsies per year.

Education

MBA, Berlin School of Economics and Law

2017

MD, Free University of Berlin

2002

MD, University of Vienna

1998

MD, The Philipp University of Marburg

1997

Awards

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Affiliations

German X-ray Society (DRG)

Working Group on Breast Diagnostics

German Society for Senology

European Society of Breast Imaging (EUSOBI)

Publications

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