Julia Hollmann

I finished my medical studies in 2016 at the University Medical Center of Mainz, Germany. During medical school, I had the chance to spend 6 months at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris, France, studying philosophy and medical ethics within the framework of my thesis. Being very interested in different cultures, I spent several medical electives abroad - such as in Switzerland, France and the United States.

an amazing opportunity for a medical student to gather new ideas on "Life Writing". I am looking forward to sharing my ideas with the members of the GRK and I hope to make new experiences in this interdisciplinary research.

MY GOAL IS... _MG_3583
to widen my medical horizon and to learn more about the humanities and experiences at the boundaries of human life. I focus on cultural influences on the human being and I am really looking forward to working on a topic together with the faculty members and fellow students.

is a qualitative study that examins the body image of an anorectic patient. I focus on cultural influences on the human being: What influence does the body image in our society have on the body image of a patient with Anorexia Nervosa? Does our society favour a disease as Anorexia Nervosa?

CONTACT: julia.weiss@uni-mainz.de