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Univ. Doz. Dr.

Manfred Tillich

Curriculum vitae
  • Name: Manfred Tillich
  • Date of birth: 30.09.1964
  • Place of birth: Graz
  • Nationality: Austria
  • Marital status: married, 2 children
  • Resident in: Graz
School education
  • Primary school: Gösting, Graz
  • Secondary school: Bundesrealgymnasium Kepler, Graz
  • Secondary school leaving examination: 1982 (natural science branch)
University education
  • Study programme in Medicine: 1982–1990, the University of Graz
  • Doctoral graduation: 19.12.1990
Postdoctoral training in a complementary subject
  • 6 months teaching practice in internal medicine (Dr. Harpf, Graz) 01.03.1991–31.08.1991
  • 3 months pathology volunteer (director: Prof. Dr. Denk, Graz) 01.09.1991–31.12.1991
  • 6 months pathology (director: Prim. Dr. Leitner, Leoben) 01.01.1992–30.06.1992
  • 8 months internal medicine (director: Prof. Dr. Eber, BHB Graz) 01.07.1992–28.02.1993
Postdoctoral specialist training
  • 20.04.1993–20.05.1998 at the University Hospital of Radiology, Graz (directors: Univ. Prof. Dr. R. Rienmüller, Univ. Prof. Dr. R. Fotter)
  • Has worked from 20.05.1998 as a consultant at the University Hospital of Radiology, Graz
Stay abroad
1999: Research stay as a research fellow at Stanford University, California, as a Max Kade scholarship holder. The scientific project "Volumetric Analysis of Helical CT-Arteriography of Aortic Aneurysms" was completed under the leadership of Prof. Dr. Geoffrey D. Rubin.
Award of venia docendi for radiology on 27.03.2001. Title of the habilitation thesis:  Iliac Arterial Injuries after Endovascular Repair of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms: Correlation with Iliac Curvature and Diameter (published in Radiology)
Scientific activities
  • Approx. 80 international scientific publications as author and co-author in international journals
  • Approx. 35 international and approx. 60 national scientific lectures as author
  • Tutor for CT-guided pain therapy of the interdisciplinary workshop "Anatomy in Conduction Anaesthesia/Pain Therapy" (2001-2004)
  • Reviewer for the American Journal of Roentgenology (second most highest rated journal for radiology internationally)
Medical and organisational activities
  • 01.10.2002–31.12.2004
    Responsible for planning the rotation of specialists and training assistants at the University Hospital of Radiology
  • 01.11. 2002–31.10.2003
    Head consultant of the 2nd floor of the University Hospital of Radiology and the computed tomography and ultrasound section
  • 01.07.2003–31.12.2004
    Head consultant of the Joint Institute pursuant to § 25 Hospitals Act (KALG) in the field of computed tomography and ultrasound (director Univ.-Prof. Dr. R. Fotter). Additional 50% allocation to the Clinical Department of Neuroradiology
  • Conference secretary of the annual Alpe Adria Meeting for Radiologists, which took place in Graz in 2003
  • Organisation of the Graz Radiological Workshop – Uroradiology 2004
  • Organisation of the Graz Radiological Workshop – Uroradiology 2005
Additional training
  • Basic course for radiation protection, November 2002
  • Radiation protection course for X-ray diagnostics, November 2004
  • University course for medical executives 2002 and 2003
  • Since April 2012 general sworn and court certified expert for radiology
  • Refresher course for radiation protection 2012
  • Additional training as a hygiene representative from 2009 to 2012
Specialisations in interventional radiology
CT-guided diagnostic and therapeutic interventions::
Around 450 diagnostic biopsies (neck, thorax, abdomen, spinal column), 75 percutaneous drainages (thorax, abdomen, retroperitoneum)
Around 400 pain blockades (spinal column, coeliac plexus, sympathetic nervous system)
Around 30 labels (lungs, thoracic wall, pleural cavity)
15 radiofrequency ablations and cryoablations (kidney, liver, bones), CT-guided Botox injections (iliopsoas)
Lecture activities at the Medical University of Graz
  • Elective lecture: Sport injuries – radiological diagnostics
  • Elective lecture: Computed tomography and 3D techniques