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DR. MED. SEBASTIAN WAWRZYNIAK

  • Medicine studies: 2000 – 2007 Friedrich Schiller University in Jena
  • Medical Specialization: Eye center Siegburg
  • At CARE Vision since: 2017

Career

Dr. med. Sebastian Wawrzyniak completed his studies of human medicine from 2000 to 2007 at the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena with internships at the St. Michels Hospital in Toronto, at St. Joseph's General Hospital in Elliot Lake Canada, at the Kantonsspital in Winterthur, Switzerland, at Vanderbilt University in Nashville and at the Jena University Hospital.

After his license, he worked until 2009 as an assistant physician in neurosurgery at the University Hospital Bochum-Langendreer. During this time he also completed his training as an emergency physician. He then worked in the Department of Neuro-radiology at the University Hospital (on the right of the Isar) in Munich from 2009 to 2011, followed by a change to the Ophthalmic Clinic of the University Clinic (to the right of) the River Isar, where he worked from 2011 to 2015.

In 2014, he received his doctorate in neurosurgery. Since September 2015, Dr. Sebastian Wawrzyniak has been working as an assistant physician at the Eye center Siegburg. In November 2016, he became a specialist in ophthalmology. His main focus in this area is the diagnosis and treatment of retinal diseases and diseases of the anterior eye segment, as well as laser treatments of the retina and the posterior. His operative experience also includes intravitreal drug administration for the treatment of various forms of retinal diseases such as age-related macular degeneration and cataract surgery.

INSIGHTFUL INFORMATION & MEMBERSHIP

  • Scientifically as a doctor with GCP qualification (Good Clinical Practice)
  • Member of the German Ophthalmological Society (DOG)
  • Member of the German-speaking society for intraocular lens implantation, interventional and refractive surgery (DGII)