17-21 Sep 2019


Athens - Greece




1000-1200 participants

Prof.Dr. Alexander Münchau

Prof. Alexander Münchau studied medicine in Hamburg and Berlin, Germany. He was trained in Clinical Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology in the Neurology Department of St. Georg Hospital in Hamburg and spent 3 years at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and Institute of Neurology, Queen Square in London. From 2001 to 2013 Alexander Münchau was working in the Neurology Department of Hamburg University Hospital where he became Consultant in 2003 and Deputy Head of Department in 2005. He set up a Movement Disorders and Motor Systems Neuroscience group with a special focus on the pathophysiology of paediatric and adult movement disorders. In 2013, he became full professor and head of the newly founded interdisciplinary Department of Paediatric and Adult Movement Disorders and Neuropsychiatry in the Institute of Neurogenetics at Lübeck University. A. Münchau is speaker of the Lübeck Center for Rare Diseases, speaker of the Collaborative Research Unit “Cognitive theory for Tourette syndrome – a novel perspective” funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), founding member of the German Academy of Rare Neurological Diseases (DASNE), and of the “Agentur für Überschüsse” (Agency for Surplus), a Neuroscience / Theatre science / Philosophy group addressing the implications and repercussions of movements deviating from set rules.

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