K.G. Naber, M.D., Ph.D.
Karl-Bickleder Str. 44c
Dr Naber is Ass. Professor of Urology at
the Technical University of Munich School of Medicine and from 1975-2006 he
was Head of the Urologic Clinic, St Elisabeth Hospital, a teaching hospital of
the Technical University of Munich, Germany. 1966 he received his Doctor of
Medicine degree from the University of Munich School of Medicine and his
training as urologist at the University Hospital of Marburg. 1971 he was a
research fellow at the Department of Urology of the Veterans Administration
Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
Dr Naber was President of the Paul Ehrlich
Society for Chemotherapy and of the Federation of European Societies for
Chemotherapy. He was the President of the 2nd European Congress of
Chemotherapy 1998 in Hamburg, Germany. He is Chairman of the Commission for
UTI of the International Society of Chemotherapy (ISC), of the European
Society for Infection in Urology (ESIU), which is affiliated to the European
Association of Urology (EAU), of the UTI working group of the Paul Ehrlich
Society (PEG) for Chemotherapy, and of the corresponding working group of the
German Society for Urology. He is Secretary General of the ISC.
Dr Naber is the author of more than 540
scientific articles and medical textbooks and serves on the editorial board of
several journals. He is a member of numerous societies, including the German,
European and American Urological Associations (AUA), the PEG, the German
Society for Infection, and the European Society for Clinical Microbiology and
Infectious Diseases (ESCMID).
His research interests include urological
infections, especially the microbiology and pharmacokinetics of antimicrobials
for the treatment of UTI and prostatitis. In 1972 he received the Grayson
Carroll Annual Essay Contest of the AUA and in 1998 the Felix Martin
Oberländer Award of the German Society for Urology.