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WHAT WE DORESEARCH INTERESTS

Our major research interests are (1) to uncover fundamental principles of clinical pediatric research and (2) to enable such studies ...

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Welcome to PMI.

PMI is a brain storming group of people concentrating on modern and innovative pediatric medicine, innovative ideas in the clinical field of pediatrics and pediatric surgery for helping children in their daily life and treatment in pediatric departments and ambulatory settings.

PMI was founded in 2010 in Germany to combine daily pediatric work with innovative research projects. In the last 10 years, cooperations were realized with international researchers and hospitals. We are very happy about the great interest of our work. All members of PMI are innovative thinking personalities, working idealistic in a non-profit manner.

Research interests are based on clinical studies of rare diseases like COVID-19, Alice in Wonderland Syndrome, Hydranencephaly and other rare diseases in childhood. Anthroposophic therapeutics like medical honey for wound management play also an important role in pediatric care. Moreover we focus on innovative research in virtual reality, social roboters (Avatar) and artificial intelligence in pediatrics. All manuscripts and works done by PMI are non-profitial and not supported by any grants.

The best for our children.

Best wishes,

Stefan Bittmann
M.D., M.A., Head of Department of Pediatrics and Ped Mind Institute (PMI)
Medical and Finance Center Epe, Germany

Last publications

    • Stefan Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter, Anne Weissenstein, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Gloria Villalon:
    • A Case Report in Teenager Age: Is Lying Position a Trigger of Visual Sensations In Alice in Wonderland Syndrome?
    • Applied Medical Research, 2020 - DOI: 10.5455/amr.20201011
    • Bittmann S, Luchter E, Moschüring-Alieva E, Weissenstein A and Villalon G:
    • Triggered Alice in Wonderland-like Disturbed Visual Body Sensations Arbitrarily Inducible by Firm Hand Position in a Pillow in Bed Since Age 6
    • American Journal of Biomedical Science and Research, 2020 - 10.34297/AJBSR.2020.10.001512
    • Bittmann S, Alieva EM, Villalon G and Luchter E:
    • Chronological Experience of Alice in Wonderland-Like Visual Impairment Due To Correlating Physical Abuse till Teenager Age
    • Research in Pediatrics & Neonatology, RPN.000594 4(4).2020

Editorial engagement (last)

    • Editorial Board Member
    • Journal of Clinical Paediatrics and Child Care Research
    • since 10/20
    • Reviewer
    • "Cardiology in the Young", Cambridge Press
    • since 09/20
    • Reviewer
    • Journal of Cell Science
    • since 10/20
    • Editorial Board Member
    • Coalesce Journal of Nursing & Midwifery Sciences
    • since 10/20

Advances in Pediatric Research

    • Bittmann S, Liuchter E:
    • An innovative new technique of pediatric vaccination: Take both hands and hold the needle to avoid damage of nociceptors and capillaries
    • Editorial as Editor-in Chief; Advances in Pediatric Research, Special Issue „Insights in Pediatric Research and Vaccine Pain Management in Children“, accepted 5/2019
    • Bittmann S
    • The origin of Alice in Wonderland Syndrome: Charles Dodgson and his attraction to small children
    • Editorial, Advances in Pediatric Research 5:24, 2019

Contact

Stefan Bittmann, M.D., M.A.
Hindenburgring 4
48599 Gronau, Germany

  +49-2565-97325
  +49-2565-97324
  info@ped-mind-institute.de