Since October 15, 2019, Prof. Dr. Diana Rubin has headed the Center for Nutritional Medicine. Her focus is on interdisciplinary networking with all hospital departments.
Prof. Dr. Diana Rubin comes from the DRK Klinikum Berlin Mitte, where she was a senior consultant. Prior to that, the specialist in internal medicine had already worked for several years as a senior physician at Vivantes Humboldt Hospital and Vivantes Hellersdorf Hospital. Between 2006 and 2011, Prof. Dr. Rubin also headed the nutrition team at the University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein, Kiel Campus. On October 15, 2019, the 45-year-old returned to Vivantes to head the Center for Nutritional Medicine (ZEM), which is part of the North Region (Vivantes Hospitals Humboldt and Spandau).
Prof. Dr. Diana Rubin, new head of the Center for Nutritional Medicine:"I am delighted to return to Vivantes and to take on an exciting as well as challenging task. Together with the teams on site, I would like to further strengthen the already proven Center for Nutritional Medicine and thus ensure that the importance of adequate nutrition is taken into account by all our patients and considered in all therapeutic measures. The basis for this are innovative nutritional medical concepts according to the latest scientific criteria, which are developed and applied in an interdisciplinary manner with the respective clinics."
The nutrition expert, who was born in Minden in Westphalia, is on the board of the "German Society for Nutritional Medicine" and heads the Nutrition Committee of the "German Diabetes Society". In addition, Prof. Dr. Rubin is involved in the development of national and international guidelines on the subject of nutrition and gastroenterology and is also scientifically active in the field of nutritional medicine.
Center for Nutritional Medicine
The Vivantes Center for Nutritional Medicine is the central point of contact for nutrition, nutritional counseling and nutritional medicine in the north of Berlin. The interdisciplinary center uses state-of-the-art examination methods and has its medical focus on the topics of nutrition in disease-associated malnutrition, cancer, gastrointestinal and liver diseases, and obesity.