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NeuroCast Special: Podiumsdiskussion gerätegestützte Therapien bei Morbus Parkinson

Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at 5:00 PM

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Dr. Dieter Volc

Prim. Dr. Dieter Volc heads the neurological department with the Parkinson Center at PremiQaMed Privatkliniken GmbH, Skodagasse 32 • 1080 Vienna.

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Dr. Volker Tomantschger

Dr. Volker Tomantschger is a specialist in neurology with a focus on movement disorders / neurodegenerative diseases in Hermagor, Carinthia.

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Prof. Dr med. Lars Timmermann

Prof. Dr. med. Lars Timmermann is University professor and director of the Clinic for Neurology at the Marburg site of the University Clinic Gießen and Marburg. He is an expert in movement disorders and deep brain stimulation.

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Prof. Dr. François Alesch

Prof. Dr. François Alesch is a university professor for stereotactic and functional neurosurgery at the Medical University of Vienna. His primary focus is on neurosurgical treatments for movement disorders and pain.

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German only cast, no translation provided

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