Ludwig Neyses is a specialist in health services and care delivery, hospital and quality management as well as in education/training and research.
He studied medicine in Germany (Mainz), France (Montpellier) and the UK (London/ Westminster Medical School). He trained in general internal medicine and cardiology at the University Hospitals of Zurich, Switzerland; Bonn, Germany; and at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, Michigan, US (interventional cardiology). His scientific training was in the latter institutions as well as at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich (biochemistry) and Durham, North Carolina, US (molecular biology). From 1994-2001 he was Associate Professor of Medicine and Cardiology at the University Hospital of Wurzburg, Germany and from 2001-2013 Chair of Medicine/Cardiology at the University of Manchester and Manchester Royal Infirmary with several management functions. In both institutions he had wide roles as consultant in internal medicine for all medical specialties.
From 2013-2018 he was Vicepresident and then acting President of the University of Luxembourg where he founded a Medical School, supervised a large building programme and promoted research at the highest international level.
His scientific work encompasses over 200 clinical, translational and molecular genetic papers in hypertension, heart failure, coronary disease as well as in wider areas of medicine, e.g. malaria and medico-social topics.
He reviewed over 20 clinical hospital and university developments in the UK, Germany, France, Switzerland, Singapore, Indonesia, Canada, Austria and Luxembourg.
With m4health he has recently worked on the renovation of a University Hospital in Indonesia, specialist training and quality management in Uzbekistan and on the 2022-2030 Health Action Plan for Albania.