Prof. Dr. med. Clemens Bulitta
Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Amberg-Weiden
Prof. Dr. Bulitta has extensive international experience and knowledge in clinical medicine as well as in the healthcare and medical technology industries. After graduating from the classical secondary school in Erlangen, he went on to study human medicine in Heidelberg, the USA and Switzerland. In 1995, he received his doctorate from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Heidelberg. This was followed by further surgical training at the Department of Trauma Surgery of the University Hospital in Essen and the Department of General Surgery of the University Hospital in Mainz.
From 1999 to 2001, Prof. Dr. Bulitta was a research fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital – which is affiliated with Harvard University – in Boston, USA, on a scholarship from the German Research Foundation. At the beginning of 2001, he joined the Siemens AG Healthcare Sector. There, he initially worked for several years as a healthcare sector consultant for Siemens Healthcare. He subsequently held various management positions at Siemens Healthcare, including in the business development, clinical marketing and product management departments for the business field of surgery. In his last position at Siemens, beginning in 2010, he was responsible for worldwide project and partner management for angiography systems in the operating room, also referred to as hybrid ORs. Since September 1, 2012, he has held the professorship for “Diagnostic Systems and Medical Technology Management” at OTH – Technical University of Applied Sciences (Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Amberg-Weiden).
Since the summer semester of 2014, Prof. Dr. Bulitta has been the Director of Studies and Academic Advisor for the bachelor’s degree program in medical technology. Since January 2015, he has been head of the newly founded Institute for Medical Technology at OTH – Technical University of Applied Sciences and since 01.10.2021 Professor Bulitta is the President of the Technical University.