Martin Reich Receives the David Marsden Award 2021 Our congratulations to Dr. Martin Reich, from Julius Maximilian’s University, department of Neurology in Würzburg, Germany and the David Marsden Award 2021 for his paper: Probalistic mapping of the antidystonic e read more
See full paper Probabilistic mapping of the antidystonic effect of pallidal neurostimulation: a multicentre imaging study Abstract Deep brain stimulation of the internal globus pallidus is a highly effective and established therapy for primary generalized and cervical d read more
More than 800 people joined the German Congress for Parkinson and movement disorders. We were also there and presented 5 posters that show our recent research activities and results. During the ‘Blue ribbon session’, Friday afternoon, several posters were highlighted an read more
The German association for neurology (DGN) hosted the NeuroWoche from 30 October until 3 November: During these 5 days, 3 conferences attracted over 6000 experts on brain and nerves. Furthermore a symposium was organised with Prof. Groppa, Prof. Volkmann and Dr. Horn ti read more
For the third time, the German Society for Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders (DPG) has awarded 25,000 euros for four clinical and basic Parkinson research projects as part of its promotion of young researchers. From 13 high-profile applications, the Executive Boa read more
The international Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society, MDS, held its annual congress in Hong Kong in October. Besides attending interesting talks, and meeting with friends and colleagues, it was a great opportunity to explore the fascinating scenery of Hong Kong: from skyscrapers to little fishing villages.
This video shows the cloud of all VTAs that were placed by the participants. The international Parkinson and Movement Disorders Society hosted their 2nd summer school in Würzburg – September 6-8. Neurologists, neurosurgeons, nurses and other allied health personne read more