Our focus is on

  • The interdisciplinary treatment of solid tumors with particle therapy,
  • Brain tumors,
  • Osteosarcomas including OSCAR study on the treatment of inoperable tumors,
  • Leukemias,
  • Stem cell transplantation in malignant and non-malignant diseases, and
  • Personalized molecular diagnostics in recurrent oncologic diseases.

Our patient care is interdisciplinary and involves the departments of pediatric surgery, neurosurgery, urology, pediatric radiology, neuroradiology, and radiation therapy working together in tumor board meetings.

We offer

  • guideline-conforming aftercare, treatment and advice in all types of skin cancer
  • consultation hours for skin lymphomas
  • consultation hours for skin side effects of cancer treatments
  • consultation hours for organ-transplanted patients and chronically immune-suppressed patients
  • second opinion center
  • interdisciplinary case discussions in the tumor board (i.e. important decisions are made after consultation with teams of experts)
  • innovative local und systemic therapeutic procedures
  • new therapies within the framework of treatment studies

Examination methods/diagnostics

  • Comprehensive imaging diagnostics including an own MRI scanner in the Center for Child and Adolescent Medicine in cooperation with the Department of Pediatric Radiology and the Department of Neuroradiology
  • Various nuclear medicine diagnostic procedures in cooperation with the Department of Nuclear Medicine
  • Specific molecular analysis of archived and fresh tumor material as part of diagnostics studies on relapsed tumors (PTT)

    Therapeutic procedures

    • Therapy in line with current treatment recommendations and Society for Paediatric Oncology and Haematology (GPOH) treatment optimization studies
    • Phase I-III study protocols for patients with inoperable osteosarcomas (OSKAR), recurrent tumor diseases (phase I/II vorinostat), subependymal giant cell astrocytomas in TSC with everolimus (EXIST1), recurrent SHH medulloblastomas with LDE225 (CLIMB).
    • Particle irradiation in cooperation with the radiation therapy department
    • Stem cell transplantation in oncologic and non-oncologic diseases


    • In line with current treatment recommendations and Society for Paediatric Oncology and Haematology (GPOH) treatment optimization studies, all patients receive aftercare.
    • Brain tumor patients are advised and evaluated individually in interdisciplinary consultation sessions (pediatric neurooncology, neuropsychology/social medicine and pediatric neurology).