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Frontiers in Neuroscience Seminar Series


  • 2 May, 16:00, Segerfalk lecture hall, BMC, A10
    Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c.  Günther Deuschl, Department of Neurology, UKSH, Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel.

    "Focused ultrasound treatment of movement disorders"

    Günther Deuschl was trained in Munich, Freiburg and Bethesda/USA. Between 1995 -2016 he was chairman and head of the Department of Neurology, UKSH Kiel, Christian-Albrechts-University, Kiel, Germany. He developed with his team a prominent center for movement disorder patients and for advanced therapies particularly deep brain stimulation. Since 2016 he is working as Senior-Professor in Kiel and Zürich. His research interests are focused on DBS and Movement Disorders. He published more than 700 peer-reviewed articles and is among the highly cited researchers in the world (cross-field, top 1%). He is Past Editor of the ‘Movement Disorder Journal’, past president of the German Society of Neurology and past president the International Movement Disorder Society. He was the founding President of the European Academy of Neurology. 

    Lecture host: Per Odin

  • 28 November, 16:00, Segerfalk lecture hall, BMC, A10
    Professor Thomas Perlmann, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm 

    Title to be announced

    Lecture host: Angela Cenci Nilsson


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