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    Dr. Brigitte Mayinger

    Diabetes · Obesity metabolism (extreme obesity)

    Helios Hospital Munchen West

    Bayern, Germany


    Foundation year






    Medical staff


    Dr. Brigitte Mayinger is a highly experienced healthcare professional in Germany. She is a Chief Physician at Helios Hospital, Munich West, with a particular clinical interest in Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology, Endocrinology, Hepatology, Diabetology, and Palliative Medicine. She completed her medical training from prestigious hospitals in the USA and Germany. She is also known for developing new interdisciplinary diagnostic techniques for early gastrointestinal tumor diagnosis using an endoscope, which is also her research focus. Dr. Brigitte Mayinger studied medicine at the Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg and LMU Munich from 1981-1986. In 1997, she completed her specialization in Gastroenterology followed by specialization in Endocrinology in 2003 from the Friedrich Alexander University. She is a highly trained Diabetologist, certified by the German Diabetes Society, and a palliative medicine specialist. In addition, she also holds a degree as a medical economist and an MBA in Business Health Administration. Dr. Brigitte Mayinger has been working as a Deputy Medical Director at the Helios Hospital, Munich West, for the last 15 years, and as an academician at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg since 2008. Her research work is as extensive as her experience. She has presented many articles on the national and international levels. She stays updated with top-notch knowledge of all the advancements in her field of specialization and actively participates in related scientific associations. Dr. Brigitte Mayinger is a member of the Professional Association of German Internists, the German Internal Medicine Association, the German Diabetes Association, the German Digestive and Metabolic Disorders Association, the German Endoscopy and Imaging Techniques Association, and the Senior Gastroenterologists’ Working Group.