Roland Huf graduated MD Program from the Leopold-Franzens-University in Innsbruck, Austria, In 2000 from the University of Kaiserslautern, Germany with a degree in Health and Social Services Management. During 1980 -1983 he worked as a regular doctor at the regional hospital Schaerding/Upper Austria (training in general medicine). Since 1983 he worked at the Surgical Clinic and Polyclinic of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet Muenchen. After Recognition as a specialist for surgery, he attained the subspecialisations “Intensive-Care” and “Emergency Medicine”. He served as a Senior physician of the Central Emergency Department (ZNA) at the University Hospital of Munich - Campus Grosshadern, to be restructured and as a head of the surgical intermediate-care ward at the Grosshadern hospital of the University of Munich. In 1990 he established the Air Rescue Centre (ITH) at the Grosshadern Clinic as the person in charge of the surgical clinic. Since then he worked continuously and regularly at the ITH-helicopter service and in 2006 he was a Chief emergency physician at the opening match of the Football World Cup. He is an author of many scientific articles, editor of medical books and speaker at many medical training courses and congresses. And member of many international committees and boards of various international organizations.