The MD-PhD Program enables medical students and graduates in addition to their regular degree in medicine, dentistry, or veterinary medicine to gain a basic natural science education which allows them to conduct regular doctoral studies at the Science Faculty of UZH, without previously attaining an MSc degree in natural science. The program serves as an entry point for medical students and graduates into the Life Science Zurich Graduate School. The role of the MD-PhD program is to select eligible candidates and to coordinate their integrated science education. The MD-PhD is oriented exclusively toward Master students and graduates of degree courses in human medicine, veterinary medicine or dentistry. The doctoral dissertation is conducted after earning the medical Master degree.
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Torsten E. Reichert 1. Berichterstatter: Professor Dr. Felix Schlachetzki 2.
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This dissertation must be supervised by a habilitated person of the Medical Faculty of the University of Bern. The exact procedure, as well as all conditions for a doctorate, are placed in the contact box in the top right-hand corner of this site as Merkblatt Einreichen Dissertation. The registration procedure is described in the document Anmeldung zum Doktorat which is also placed in the top right-hand corner of this site.
The volume examines the interrelationships between the history of medicine and literature from the 17th until the 19th centuries. The papers in the volume analyse these interrelationships using the styles of medical and literary texts, which show how the dimensions of knowledge and of representation determine each other — for example in the case of narrative structures in medical case histories or a diagnostic narrative stance in a novel. EN English Deutsch.