Andreas Mettenleiter

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Andreas Mettenleiter (2012)

Andreas Mettenleiter (* 1968 ) is a German medical historian.

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Mettenleiter studied medicine and human sciences at the University of Regensburg , the Julius Maximilians University of Würzburg , the La Sapienza University , the Utrecht University and the Caen University . With a dissertation on Adam Christian Thebesius he was awarded a Dr. med. PhD . He is a lecturer at the Institute for the History of Medicine at the University of Würzburg. His publications focus on the von Siebold dynasty of doctors, especially Philipp Franz von Siebold , and the history of medicine in Würzburg. 2012 curatedhe the exhibition Philipp Franz von Siebold: Youth in Würzburg. He is the 2nd chairman of the Siebold-Gesellschaft , a member of the Corps Moenania Würzburg and the managing director of a teaching materials company.


  • Adam Christian Thebesius (1686–1732) and the discovery of the Vasa cordis minima. Dissertation. University of Würzburg 1999. Steiner, Stuttgart 2001, ISBN 3-515-07917-3 .
  • Caught in the Far East. Six years in the life of the Würzburg businessman Wilhelm Köberlein. Echter, Würzburg 2001, ISBN 3-429-02397-1 .
  • The Juliusspital in Würzburg. Volume 3: History of Medicine. Juliusspital Foundation, Würzburg 2001, ISBN 3-933964-04-0 ( review by Marion Maria Ruisinger ).
  • Testimonials, memories, diaries and letters from German-speaking doctors. Supplements and additions. (To volume 4 of the work Bibliography of the autobiographies of Jens Jessen and Reiner Voigt.) In: Würzburger medical historical messages.
  • Part I: Volume 19, 2000, pp. 459-524.
  • Part II: (A-H). Volume 21, 2002 pp. 490-518.
  • Part III: (I-Z). Volume 22, 2003, pp. 269-305.
  • Academia Sieboldiana. A family from Würzburg is writing medical history. Exhibition documentation. Akamedon, Pfaffenhofen 2010, ISBN 978-3-940072-03-0 .
  • with Harald Zoepffel: Würzburg 1943 to 1945. Akamedon, Pfaffenhofen 2007, ISBN 978-3-940072-00-9 . New edition 2010, ISBN 978-3-940072-00-9 .
  • Entertaining and curious things from the history of the Würzburg Juliusspital. Akamedon, Pfaffenhofen 2012.
  • Volume 1: "In the shadow of the princely building". From real time to the 18th century. ISBN 978-3-940072-11-5 .
  • Volume 2: "Of beneficiaries, sick people and students". From the end of the prince-bishop's time to the Biedermeier period. ISBN 978-3-940072-12-2 .
  • Destruction and reconstruction in Würzburg. Four houses, four families, four fates. Akamedon, Pfaffenhofen / Ilm 2013, ISBN 978-3-940072-05-4 .
  • 200 years Corps Moenania Würzburg. 1814-2014. A chronicle in rhyme. Illustrations by Gerhard Hainlein. Akamedon, Pfaffenhofen 2014, ISBN 978-3-940072-17-7 .
  • I think of Wurzburg. Contemporaries about their city. Akamedon, Pfaffenhofen 2017, ISBN 978-3-940072-23-8 .


  • Tempora mutantur et nos? Festschrift for Walter M. Brod. Akamedon, Pfaffenhofen 2007, ISBN 978-3-940072-01-6 .
  • Japan - Siebold - Würzburg. 25 years Siebold Society, 15 years Siebold Museum Würzburg. Akademon, Pfaffenhofen 2010, ISBN 978-3-940072-06-1 .


  • Aikawa Tadaomi: Otto Gottlieb J. Mohnike (1814–1887) and the introduction of the smallpox vaccination in Japan in 1849. Exhibition catalog. German Medical History Museum, Ingolstadt 2001, DNB 963698095 .
  • Siebold's flower garden. Botanical drawings for the Siebold collection. Accompanying volume to the exhibition "Siebold's Flower Garden" in the Würzburg Siebold Museum. Akamedon, Pfaffenhofen 2011, ISBN 978-3-940072-07-8 .

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Individual evidence

  1. a b c Andreas Mettenleiter (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science)
  2. a b Siebold's youth in Würzburg ( memento from January 5, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) on the website of the University of Würzburg, December 11, 2012
  3. ^ Website of the Siebold Museum
  4. 200 years Corps Moenania ( memento from January 5, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) on the website of the University of Würzburg, June 17, 2014