Tobias Baeuerle, MD



Professional info


Tobias Baeuerle is Professor of Radiology and senior attending physician at the Institute of Radiology, University Medical Center Erlangen. He is head of the institution’s translational imaging lab PIPE. Dr. Baeuerle studied Medicine at the University of Heidelberg (Germany), Baylor College (Houston, TX) and University of Louisville (Louisville, KY). The residency in radiology was completed at the University of Heidelberg and the German Cancer Research Center (Heidelberg, Germany). Since 2013, he is a German-board certified radiologist.


Dr. Baeuerle authored 55 peer-reviewed articles and 10 book chapters, and edited one book since 2004. In 2010, Tobias Baeuerle received the Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen Award of the German Radiological Society. His research is focusing on multiparametric and multimodal techniques in musculoskeletal imaging. A particular research interest is dynamic contrast-enhanced imaging of bone and bone marrow. He lectures regularly at scientific and medical meetings around the world.



2004   Bondronat Research Award (Category I: Young physicians and scientists)

2005  Scholarship of the University of Heidelberg and the DAAD for an internship at the University of Louisville, Kentucky, USA

2007  Award of the University of Heidelberg for doctoral thesis (MD), summa cum laude

2011  Wilhelm-Conrad-Röntgen-Award of the German Radiologic Society

2011  Research Award 2011 of the German Society for Senology

2016  Visiting professor and research scholarship at the University of Massachusetts (Worcester, MA)

2010 - present

2010 - present