|Hans Kreiselmaier, M.D.|
Kreiselmaier worked as an assistant physician at the Institute from 1924 to 1926. He offered counseling on marital issues, eugenics, motherhood and midwifery. In his medical practice, he treated gynaecological and general disorders.
From 1927, he had his own practice near Berlin and was still practicing there in 1937.
In 1938, he opened a private practice in Berlin-Zehlendorf. In 1941, the National Socialist Kreiselmaier came in contact with the illegal communist resistance group Saefkow-Bästlein-Jacob. He was arrested, sentenced to death and executed in 1944.