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Philipp Heine

Philipp Heine is active in the field of public health and physiotherapy. As a formerly practicing physiotherapist, he has a special interest in long term health and lifestyle habits of the general population, with a strong focus on physical activity. As such, he is equipped with a different perspective on the influence of infrastructure accessibilty on lifestyle choices regarding usage of car, bike, public transport, etc.. His experience strengthens the TUB team in interdisciplinary work on the relations between urban transportation and people’s health and wellbeing.He started his work as a student assistant at ZTG in february 2020 and is currently working with Dr. Houshmand Masoumi for the PAYAMOS project (Promotion of Physical Activity of the Youth through Active Mobility to School).
  

 

 

Academic Career
Duration      
Activity
since 02/2020
Student assistant for the PAYAMOS project (Promotion of Physical Activity of the Youth through Active Mobility to School)
since 04/2019
B.Sc. Physiotherapy at ASH Berlin
Professional Career
Duration               
Activity
06/2019 – 12/2019
Physiotherapeut bei Physio im Wedding Berlin
11/2018 – 04/2019
Physiotherapeut bei PT Verena Sommer Berlin
05/2017 – 09/2018
Physiotherapeut bei PT Rainer Nehling Bamberg
11/2016 – 04/2017
Physiotherapeut auf der Intensivstation der Sozialstiftung Bamberg gGmbH
2015 – 2016
Physiotherapeut bei Sidimed Dresden
2012 – 2015
Ausbildung zum Physiotherapeuten am DRK Bildungswerk Sachsen (Dresden)

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Philipp Heine
Phone: +49 (0)30 314-2478
Fax: +49 (0)30 314-123 24788
Room KAI 3103
e-mail query [1]

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Zentrum Technik und Gesellschaft
Sec. KAI 3-2
Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee104
10553 Berlin
Tel: +49 (0)30 314-23665
Fax: +49 (0)30 314-26917
e-mail query [2]

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