Profile of Dr. Anita Lawitschka



  • Anita Lawitschka


Personal Details

  • Nationality: Austria
  • Date of birth: 12.06.1963
  • Place of birth: 5020 Salzburg/Salzburg



1969 – 1973 Primary School Mülln, 5020 Salzburg
1973 – 1981 Grammar School, Preißallee, 5020 Salzburg.
01.06.1981 Graduation–
1981-1988 University of Vienna, medical school
25.04.1988 Graduation in medicine, University of Vienna

Professional Experience


1988 Research fellow Prof.Lubec, Medical University Vienna
since 1990 Pediatric Fellowship, St.Anna Kinderspital, Vienna
01.06.1995 IUS Practicandi
31.03.2001 PhD for Pediatrics
2002 specialist for pediatric hematooncology
2007-2008 Research fellowship at the Institute of Immunology,
Center for Physiology, Pathopysiology and Immunology, Vienna


Pediatric Consultant, St.Anna Kinderspital, Kinderspitalgasse 6, 1090 Vienna
Head of SCT-Outpatient Clinic since 1998
Head of the GVHD-Working Party of the PASZT (German/Austrian WP for ped. HSCT)
Scientific board member of the EBMT Pediatric Diseases Working Party
Pediatric board member of the German-Austrian-Swiss Consensus Group on clinical
practice in cGVHD
Active member of EBMT-Late Effect Working Party

Most important research projects, principal investigator:

  • Prospective Validation of National Institute of Health Criteria on chronic Graft versus Host Disease in Children and Adolescents following allogeneic Stem Cell Transplantation, Austrian/German multicentre study
  • EBMT study: European survey of current practice in GH treatment after HSCT
  • EBMT study: Reduced Intensity Conditioning (RIC) in children and adolescents: Activity survey about definitions and indications within the EBMT
  • EBMT study: Centre strategy for GVHD prophylaxis and treatment in children
  • INTERACCT: integrating entertainment and reaction assessment into child Cancer therapy, an interdisciplinary research project at the interface of
    clinical research, design thinking and information communication technology
  • Monitoring of Auto-AB repertoires after allogeneic HSCT
  • Longterm Follow-Up of thyroid disorders after TBI and ped.HSCT


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