Dear patients and referring physicians!

Welcome to Swiss Surgery, a team of internationally renowned experts for surgical therapy!

Skin is the outmost layer of the human body, a physical barrier shielding deeper structures and inner organs from external influences. Any changes or diseases on the skin may exert profound influence the body health. A quick glance and distinction between benign and malignant lesions, as in melanoma of the skin, can save a human life. Motivating the affected person to fight against a small skin spot with all possible means requires trust and responsibility on both sides. With 20 years of working experience at the University Hospital in Zurich, a leading center for skin cancer in Europe and beyond, I have continuously expanded my knowledge and gathered broad expertise in the field of skin cancer.

My field of expertise involves management of different types and stages of skin cancer. This includes the surgical treatment of non-melanoma skin cancer (basal cell and squamous carcinoma), Merkel cell carcinoma and melanoma of all localizations. For complex and advanced cases, I work with an interdisciplinary network of experts on surgical as well as other, conservative treatment options and radiotherapy. It is my personal goal to put my experience and expertise in the service of my patients.

We cordially welcome patients of all insurance classes!>

Should you require a consult, please do not hesitate to contact me directly.

Yours sincerely

Prof. Mirjana Maiwald

since 2020 Swiss Surgery – Expertise in Cancer & Operative Treatment
2018 – dato private medical practice
2018 Drug therapy of tumors in dermato-oncology (Certification of the German Medical Association)
2016 – 2018 Senior staff physician, Dermatological Clinic, University Hospital Zurich, Head of the in-patient ward, in-patient dermato-oncology, extracorporeal photopheresis
2011 – 2016 Staff physician, Dermatological Clinic University Hospital Zurich
2013 Associate professorship at the University of Zurich (Prof.)
2011 – 2013 Part-time staff physician, dermatology, Frauenfeld Cantonal Hospital with development of dermatology outpatient clinic in cooperation with Zurich University Hospital
2010 Board-certification in dermatology and venerology
2010 BAG-certification as dermatological radiotherapist
2008 – 2010 Resident, Dermatological Clinic University Hospital Zurich
2005 Assistant professorship / habilitation at the University of Zurich (PD)
2001 – 2007 Postdoctoral and clinical research fellow at the University of Zurich
2001 Doctorate at the University of Zurich (Dr. med.)
1999 – 2001 Doctoral fellow at the University of Zurich
1992 – 1998 Medical studies
Swiss Surgery
Hirslanden Clinic / affiliated doctor
Hirslanden Klinik Im Park / affiliated doctor
Private Clinic Bethanien / affiliated doctor
Georg Friedrich Goetz-Preis 2013 from the Georg Friedrich Goetz-Stiftung and the University of Zurich (CH) for extraordinary research achievements in the field of cutaneous lymphomas
German Skin Cancer Prize 2006 German Skin Cancer Foundation for extraordinary achievements in clinical skin cancer research
Young Investigator Award 2005 from the Fondazione San Salvatore, Lugano (CH) for contribution to cancer immunotherapy
Roche-Prize2004 from the Swiss Society for Dermatology and Venereology (CH) for extraordinary achievements in dermatological research
ASCO Foundation Merit Award 2004 from the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO, USA)
SIAK/Essex Preis 2002 from the Swiss Institute for Applied Cancer Research (SIAK, CH)
Scholar-in-Training Award 2001 from the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR, USA)
SGDV Swiss Society for Dermatology and Venereology
EADO European Association of Dermato-Oncology
ISCL International Society for Cutaneous Lymphomas
AGZ, FMH

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